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Sam Murphy, Sarah Connors
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Nothing beats the pleasure of running. Unfortunately, many runners are slowed down by injuries that could be avoided through changes in training or technique.
From avoiding overtraining to increasing flexibility, Running Well has everything you need to keep you running all year round so that you sprintnot limpto the all-important finish line.
Thats where Running Well comes in. Based on the latest scientific principles, this accessible guide shows you these techniques:
And if you do get injured, Running Well will return you to action quickly. Sections devoted to each bodily region detail common symptoms and causes of discomfort. Youll learn how to treat the injury, know when to seek help and know how to prevent the problem from reoccurring.
Each game lists an objective and notes the equipment, number of players, and setup required. Instructions take you sequentially through explaining the game to your players. The games come with variations, and you and your players are encouraged to add to those variations to make the games work best for your particular situation.
Whether youre using these games in a fitness center, recreation program, or school, theyll be a hit with kids because the games are a blastand using nontraditional equipment helps to level the playing field so everyone gets to participate equally.
Sam Murphy is one of the United Kingdoms leading fitness and health experts, contributing to Health and Fitness, Healthy Living, and Financial Times. She is the author of five books, including Run for Life, which has been published in 10 languages.
Murphy is a training consultant to the London Marathon, Nike, and Adidas. She is a regular speaker at conventions and conferences on fitness and health. With over 17 years of experience as a runner, Murphy has raced distances from 3,000 meters to 100 miles and is a 14-time marathon runner.
Murphy lives in Clapton, London, and enjoys running, walking, and camping.
Sarah Connors is a physiotherapist who specializes in running injuries. She is the physiotherapist for the British athletics team. Connors has worked with British athletes since 1993 and attended two Olympic Games. She has been a competitive runner since the age of 11.
Connors is married with three children and enjoys running, skiing, and spending time with her kids.
"A well-written, beautifully illustrated book that manages to find just the right balance between the science and the spirit of running."
Runner and Author of Master the Art of Running