Best diet books of all time
Pilates for Runners is a valuable resource filled with mat Pilates exercises designed for runners of all abilities. The clear and accessible exercises will help runners develop core strength, flexibility, improved balance, coordination and better posture, all of which are important for injury-free running and optimal performance. Alongside the clear step-by-step exercises you will find expert advice and motivational interviews with real runners who testify to the transformative power of Pilates.
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Ageing successfully means learning how to make and maintain positive lifestyle changes to remain in the best of health. Not just living longer, but better, and embracing ageing, rather than dreading it. Regular Pilates practice can enable a fulfilling and active later life, helping to lower blood pressure and remove the causes of aches and pains, which can support independent living […] “Runner’s World” Complete Book of Women’s Running : The Best Advice to Get Started, Stay Motivated, Lose Weight, Run Injury-Free, Be Safe, and Train for Any Distance – Runner’s World
A guide aimed at providing up-to-date, practical advice for women runners of all levels. Experts provide answers to problems unique to women runners, such as common injuries, safety and nutrition. There are photographs, running sidebars and testimonials from women of all ages and abilities.
Author: Runner's World
Pages: 320 pages
Size: 29.99 Mb"> Running Anatomy 2nd Edition – Patrick Milroy
See how to improve your running strength, speed, and endurance with Running Anatomy, Second Edition. This new edition of the best-selling running guide delivers more exercises, more insight, and more illustrations to show you how to increase your muscle strength, optimize the efficiency of your running motion, and minimize your risk of injury. Running Anatomy […] Lore of Running – T. Noakes
This revised, updated, and expanded edition of the runner's bible presents scientific information on all aspects of running, plus new training programmes, profile interviews, points on keeping a training log book, and advice for runners aged 40 and over.
Author: T. Noakes
Pages: 535 pages
Size: 16.43 Mb Marathon : You Can Do It! – Galloway
Marathon: You Can Do It! details Olympian Jeff Galloway's revolutionary walk/run training methods that have enabled tens of thousands of people to run marathons. This innovative method opens up marathon running to everyone -- not just rock-hard athletes, but also those who may be out of shape, overweight, or past their athletic prime. This updated edition includes the new "magic […] The Masters Running Guide : Beyond Fitness: How to Get in Shape to Perform, for the Best Years of Your Life – Hal Higdon
Discusses the safety of senior sports and offers older runners advice on fitness and nutrition, and tells how to avoid injuries and maintain flexibility
Author: Hal Higdon
Pages: 144 pages
Size: 10.81 Mb The Born Again Runner : A Guide to Overcoming Excuses, Injuries, and Other Obstacles–For New and Returning Runners – Pete Magill
From the lead author of Build Your Running Body ("the best running book ever"--Runner's World founder Bob Anderson), a one-of-a-kind guide for everyone who wants to run but feels they can't As a drug-addled young man, Pete Magill once found himself in the ER, with his body telling him to give up. Taking up running seemed impossible--but he willed himself to do it anyway. […] Run Fast : How to Beat Your Best Time Every Time – Hal Higdon
Building off of the success of the two previous editions of Run Fast, this revised third edition features new information and expertise from one of the most well-known authorities in running. Hal Higdon teaches runners how to improve their speed, regardless of their age or ability or the distance. Run Fast is the ultimate guide for runners to maximise their potential without merely […]
Best diet books of all time