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You can run pain free! Paperback – February 18, 2015
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I have reinforced the focus on hip stability and love that section so important "hips up glutes on" is one of my favorite cues I give myself
Greatest benefit for me is actually re suggest this book to my Triathletes and Marathoners to read it as it is very important and a very easy read, the activation work is easy to follow.
Cadence Focus, Importance of Activation and lastly key role of Strength Training , My advice if you are injured and running 5 days a week cut the running back and spend good time doing rehab or cycle and get some good proper strength training in the gym Single Leg work as Running is a Single Leg Sport
Thanks Brad Love it here are the legs you helped me build
5 REASONS THIS BOOK IS WORTH YOUR TIME
IT PROVIDES A GUIDING FRAMEWORK. This framework puts the novice runner into a better first step, and can give him/her a more nuanced view on efficient and pain-free running than the average new runner. Many weekend and seasonal runners can also benefit from this book for the same reason: they are now equipped with tools for faster and pain-free running.
PSYCHOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVES. Brad does a very nice job integrating the psychology of running injuries and their impact on returning from injuries. His views on this are beneficial to both runners, as well as Physiotherapists who work with runners. Here's one of my favorite passages on this topic.
METAPHORS & COMMUNICATIONS. It is becoming ever-more clear that the way we (Physio's) communicate with our patients has a direct impact on their recovery. Brad uses a variety of metaphors in his book to steer the runner into a healthier mindset that allows him/her to believe in their own potential. This alone is worth the read for clinicians and runners in general. His concept of "Frame Weight" is one of many clever expressions peppered through the book.
MORE THAN THEORETICAL. While Brad cites published literature throughout his text, he manages to integrate the lessons he has gleaned from his personal and professional empirical distillations. A nice example of this is his perspective on overtraining.
OPPORTUNITY TO LEVERAGE BRAD"S EXPERIENCE. Brad experienced a knee injury that eventually underwent surgical repair and was told that his running days were behind him. Well, time has proved those words false. Brad completed the NYC Marathon in 2015!
How did he do it? What did he learn through his years since his knee injury? What can you learn from his experiences? You Can Run Pain Free! is a synopsis of what he has learned and applied over the years. It's more than an academic exercise, it's a pragmatic text based on his personal & professional experiences.
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Has helped me with my running and keeping the injuries away.