I'm running with a fore foot strike and have been told and agree with it, that it is really easy to run uphill. It feels really natural.
But how to I run down hill? Especially when the slope is really steep like the ramps in a parking garage.
When I strike with the heel it feels really uncomfortable from the impact. If I strike with the for foot it feels like I'm almost sliding downhill.
My main goal is not high speed, but running comfortable without injuries or pain.
Judging from the answers so far I think I have to clarify some things.
First: the sliding sensation is more of the feet inside the shoes, which sit nicely in normal terrain. I pretty certain, they are of the right size, and have plenty of profile. It's just that I 'brake' so much that my feet slide forward inside the shoes.
Second: If I just ran down the hill without 'braking' I would end up so fast that I wouldn't be able to properly control my steps. The hill in question is really steep and the track rather narrow and uneven.