BOOST PERFORMANCE, IMPROVE RESULTS AND AVOID INJURY -- ALL THROUGH BETTER PLIABILITY
With over dozens of exercises and sport-specific workout plans--all backed by modern, field-tested science--PLIABILITY FOR RUNNERS
is the key to achieving optimum athletic performance while breaking the injury cycle.
Recreational runners, cross country and track runners, competitive road racers and professional athletes across the globe understand the critical importance of taking proper care of your body. Without proper upkeep, muscle fatigue, repetitive motion injuries and the general wear-and-tear of day-to-day living takes its toll on our body, making it less coordinated, more restricted and less responsive to the demands of athletic activity.
Written by an exercise physiologist and coach at the Boston Running Center, PLIABILITY FOR RUNNERS
changes all that. By offering a complete and thorough breakdown of improving your body's pliability, runners of all skill and experience levels can take advantage of increased flexibility, stronger muscle resilience and better performance during (and after) workouts.
Pliability is the key to running injury free and outperforming the competition. Each year there are 50-60 million people in the US that run regularly, with over 50% of them suffering a running injury. Pliability (the loosening, softening and relaxing of muscles) is in the midst of a major 'movement' in the realm of professional sports, physical therapy and health/fitness to help offset these kinds of injuries. PLIABILITY FOR RUNNERS
also features targeted stretches and exercises perfect for every fitness level, helping to improve:
- Muscle strength
- Range of motion
- Explosive power
- Chronic muscle tension
- Flexibility PLIABILITY FOR RUNNERS
is the breakthrough book that redefines running performance and injury prevention.Author:
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About the Author
Joseph McConkey, MS, is a running coach and exercise physiologist, specializing in deducing and correcting causative factors to repetitive motion injury. He has worked with the full spectrum of running athletes, from first-time runners, to marathoners around the world, to Olympic athletes at the elite high altitude training camps of Ethiopia and Kenya. He has coached at the club, college, and pro levels and have been the director of the Boston Running Center's Gait Analysis Lab for the last 10 years. Joseph's expertise on injury-prevention has him regularly presenting at hospitals, rehab centers, running camps, and club events. Joseph holds the highest accreditation by the USA Track and Field Association and the IAAF (the international governing body of track and field), as well as a Masters in Exercises Science with a focus on Injury Prevention and Sports Performance.