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Indian running, a running style used by North American braves, means a group of athletes running single file with the athlete who is last sprinting to the front. Press the "run" button above for an example of athletes moving single file.

Indian running can be performed while running laps around a track, running along a sidewalk, or running along an off road course, i.e. cross country, trail, etc. When running off track, the leader can decide course and speed. When the leader is overtaken, the new leader decides course and speed. However, it suffices if all athletes agree on course and speed.

  • If your group is large enough, try dividing into teams of two or more and race each other. On a 400 meter track, perhaps one team of four to six athletes starts at one curve of the track while a second team of an equal number of athletes starts at the second curve. Each team runs an equal number of laps. Courts and fields used for various sports and indoor tracks can also be used for teams racing each other Indian running style. When running or racing off track there could be ten or more athletes per team.

  • Once noticed a group of athletes running along, handing back a football (which in North America is played with an egg shaped ball). The person who was last would sprint forward clutching the football under one arm.

  • Indian Running can be used by race walkers while training and is used by bicyclists and speed skaters while training and racing.

  • Indian Running can also be performed by a group running laps or a beneded or circular course as demonstrated below.
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    Running Training Tips

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