Anatomy for Runners

Anatomy for Runners

Unlocking your Athletic Potential for Health, Speed, and Injury Prevention

Book - 2012
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Offers advice on achieving goals for running without suffering injury, including mobility and stability tests, tips on the best way to run, and an assessment of running footwear.
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Pub., [2012]
Copyright Date: ©2012
ISBN: 9781620871591
1620871599
Branch Call Number: Health & Wellness 613.717 DIC

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portlandrolfer
Dec 10, 2017

Excellent book. Scientific yet easy to read and accessible for the public. Includes recommended exercises with clear, appealing pictures.

ksoles Apr 16, 2013

The pages of "Anatomy for Runners" hold fantastic information on the hows and whys of both overcoming running injuries and increasing performance. Physical therapist and coach Jay Dicharry exposes the root causes of injury: we don't know how to stabilize our spine, hips, knees and feet appropriately. The book covers everything from anatomy to gait mechanics to corrective exercises to footwear; it even includes a self-assessment process to determine whether you're mobile and stable enough to run.

Dicharry writes from the perspective of a formerly often-injured runner so fellow runners will identify with his point of view. His words will give hope to anyone with arthritis, worn cartilage, torn menisci or other injuries that have led physicians to advise: stop running. Kudos to the author for presenting rather technical information in a fun, easy-to-read way.

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