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Runner's world guide to injury prevention : how to identify problems, speed healing, and run pain-free

Author: Dagny Scott Barrios
Publisher: [Emmaus, Pa.?] : Rodale : Distributed to the trade by Holtzbinck Publishers, ©2004.
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"Runner's World Guide to Injury Prevention is the comprehensive guide to staying healthy while training hard. It's a must-have companion for any serious runner. Why? Because the world of running - and running-injury prevention - has evolved greatly in the last decade. New thinking on injury and recovery suggests that runners can continue to train while injured, but only in certain cases. And alternative practices,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dagny Scott Barrios
ISBN: 1579549713 9781579549718
OCLC Number: 56011121
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 210 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Injury 101: the big impact of little things --
The laws of injury: how to train properly --
Shoes: the runner's equipment --
Stretching: investing in your body --
Strengthening: the icing on the cake --
Cross-training: the runner's insurance policy --
Forces of nature: running hot, running cold --
I'm injured, now what?: treating the most common running injuries --
Alternative treatment choices: going beyond conventional medicine --
Attitude is everything: the emotional side of injury --
A new runner's safety primer: start slow, stay well --
Young runners: looking toward the future --
Women runners: special health issues --
The older runner: long may you run.
Other Titles: Guide to injury prevention
Runner's world.
Responsibility: Dagny Scott Barrios.
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"Runner's World Guide to Injury Prevention is the comprehensive guide to staying healthy while training hard. It's a must-have companion for any serious runner. Why? Because the world of running - and running-injury prevention - has evolved greatly in the last decade. New thinking on injury and recovery suggests that runners can continue to train while injured, but only in certain cases. And alternative practices, such as acupuncture, chiropractic, and massage, are now virtually mainstream and an essential part of any runner's injury arsenal."--Jacket.

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