You should learn to sprint with good technique for several reasons:
Increased speed: Proper technique can help you run faster, as it allows you to maximize your stride length and frequency, and reduce energy wastage.
Improved efficiency: Good technique can help you run more efficiently, which can reduce the energy required to run at a given speed. This means you can run faster and for longer with less fatigue.
Reduced injury risk: Poor sprinting technique can put extra stress on your joints, muscles, and bones, increasing the risk of injury. Good technique can help distribute the forces of running more evenly and reduce the risk of injury.
Better performance: With good technique, you can perform at a higher level in sprint-based sports and activities, and achieve better results in competitions.
By learning and practicing good sprinting technique, you can enhance your athletic abilities and reach your full sprinting potential.
As chiropractors specializing in sports injury and active rehab we are happy to share some clinical pearls about doing exercise with "rehab form" and with injury prevention in mind.