Best diet books of all time
Christine Felstead’s unique programme, Yoga for Runners, provides a proven cross-training approach to the sport. Practical and accessible, this guide shows runners how to incorporate yoga into their routine to improve breathing, strength, flexibility, endurance, mental sharpness and overall athletic performance. In Yoga for Runners, 88 poses are described in detail to ensure readers are able to gain the full benefit whilst at the same time decreasing the risk of injury. All poses are used in a variety of sequences in various degrees of challenge. The sequences target runners’ hot spots (including the hamstrings, hips and lower back), in order to develop core strength, speed up the recovery process after running and restore and rejuvenate. How to incorporate yoga into your running routine.
More free books Yoga : : An Easy Yoga for Beginners Guide (Lose Weight, and Heal Your Body) – Haytham Al Fiqi
Most people have a passing knowledge with what Yoga is, or think they know about what it sets out to achieve. But until you have tried Yoga it is impossible to know whether you have the type of personality that can truly excel under it's influence. Yoga, quite simply can be a life changing experience and the discipline and mental strength that result from it can completely change […] Weight Training and Bodybuilding : A Complete Guide for Young Athletes – Franco Columbu
Young athletes are given exercises, training principles, information on nutrition, and a program of weight lifting and bodybuilding for developing muscles and increasing strength and endurance in all sports
Author: Franco Columbu
Size: 14.36 Mb Developing the Core – National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)
This title helps you in developing a personalised core programme. Elite-level athletes take great pride in their fitness and physical strength. You can't help but notice the muscular legs or well-defined arms. However, whether they are known for a powerful golf swing or a stunning tennis forehand, the best athletes all have one thing in common - a strong and well-conditioned core. […] Pilates for Life: How to improve strength, flexibility and health over 40 : How to Improve Strength, Flexibility and Health Over 40 – Carmela Trappa
Pilates for Life is the ideal guide to Pilates for anyone over 40. In addition to providing clear information and step-by-step instructions for a specially tailored workout, there are also sections on how specially developed exercises can help with a number of conditions. From gentle exercises suitable for recovering from a hip replacement to coping strategies for the symptoms of […] Runner’s World Your Best Stride : How to Optimize Your Natural Running Form to Run Easier, Farther, and Faster – With Fewer Injuries – Jonathan Beverly
Most books on running form revolve around the premise that there is an ideal form all runners should try to achieve. These books explain how that form should look and how runners can work to emulate it as closely as possible. Research and experience show, however, that people can run effectively in a wide variety of patterns with some key universal elements. Unfortunately, the […] Yoga for Runners – Lexie Williamson
Running is a fantastic cardiovascular workout that floods the body with 'feel good' endorphins and many runners find its rhythmic, repetitive nature a natural stress reliever and maybe even meditative. The downside of repetitive motion, however, is that it taxes a few select groups of muscles (hamstrings, quadriceps, hip flexors and Achilles) and neglects the remainder. This leads to […] Female Athlete : Train for Success – Michael Bradley
Presents a comprehensive and user-friendly guide to increasing female athletic performance created by six respected experts in the field of strength training and athlete development. This book, suitable for the weekend athlete as well as the elite, is free from the technical jargon, and addresses the common questions that most women have.
Author: Michael Bradley
ISBN: […] Work in : The Athlete’s Plan for Real Recovery and Winning Results – Erin Taylor
Work In shares new mental and physical recovery techniques for athletes who give it all in every workout. Yoga and recovery coach Erin Taylor gives athletes practical tools and an integrated plan for real recovery from training--and everyday life. By making yoga and meditation easy for anyone, Taylor gives athletes a way to do recovery right. Just 5 minutes a day of "working in" can […]
Best diet books of all time