Research suggests benefits of running backward

Some research suggests that running in reverse can help people avoid injury while burning more calories and improving balance. Running backward uses muscles differently and could be an option for people with bad knees, experts say. One study from the University of Milan showed that backward running used 30% more energy and led to less hard pounding on joints.

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