Big Boom, we continue to get hurt. A poll reveals that 66 per cent of runners suffered an injury in 2009.Still, I figured medical science must have uncovered lots of little-known prevention secrets since then. After reviewing hundreds of published
.Inspiration | Nutrition | Injury Prevention | Gear | TrainingINSPIRATIONMake all the excuses you want. Then get on with it You don't have time; you don't have the energy; it's too cold/hot/rainy; the dog ate your shoelaces. Uh-huh. Now go out and run. Online running coach
the final miles of a marathon, you should be able to run faster.This extract is from The Runner's World Complete Book of Running by RW USA Editor Amby Burfoot.
varied, low-fat diet. Cross-train to prevent injury and burnout.These are simple concepts, well within my grasp (and yours). When we follow them, life is good. There has, though, always been one more key principle: avoid the demon lactic acid
. Now you're falling more dramatically, because your front foot lands below the rear foot. This increases the stretch on the quads, and also requires them to contract more forcefully to prevent that spreadeagle.No one has studied downhill running, a
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