A practical, illustrated, and scientifically grounded guide to improving your running technique and preventing injury, written by a kinesiologist.
In North America alone, thirty-seven million people run regularly, and most suffer at least one running-related injury a year. Run Better sets out to help runners of all abilities run smarter and injury-free by
Illustrated with more than 150 color photographs, 50 black-and-white line drawings, and 20 charts and tables, Run Better is an easy-to-use and authoritative running handbook for anyone who wants to improve their running efficiency and decrease their risk of injury.
Jean-François Harvey is an athlete, kinesiologist, well-known osteopath, and former coach and is primarily interested in the study of posture and the effects of exercise on the human back. He teaches courses in osteopathy at several colleges and provides training to professionals and the general public. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.
Alex Hutchinson is a columnist at Runner’s World and writes the magazine’s Sweat Science blog about the science of endurance sports. His writing also appears in the Globe and Mail, Outside, the New York Times, and other publications. He competed for the Canadian track and cross-country running teams between 1997 and 2008 and lives in Toronto.
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