Run faster and longer with less effort than ever before! Putting in the miles is only one part of the training equation. You can become a much stronger overall runner by improving leg turnover, efficiency, body alignment, muscle balance, and running-specific muscle strength, and by finding your most effective range of motion.
- Chapter 1. Improving Stride Mechanics, Jack Youngren
- Chapter 2. Creating Leg Turnover and Raw Speed, Greg McMillan
- Chapter 3. Devising an Efficient Training Plan, Joe Rubio
- Chapter 4. Stretching Your Range of Motion, Mark Elliott
- Chapter 5. Gaining Ground Through Upper-Body Strength, Michael Leveritt
- Chapter 6. Boosting Economy Through Lower-Body Strength, Colleen Glyde Julian
- Chapter 7. Aligning and Balancing the Body, Chris Chorak
- Chapter 8. Fortifying and Supplementing Your Energy Levels, Kyle Heffner
- Chapter 9. Revving the Cardiovascular Engine, John Kellogg
- Chapter 10. Peaking for a Key Race, Gwyn Coogan and Mark Coogan
- Chapter 11. Making Your Recovery Count, Pete Pfitzinger
- Chapter 12. Retaining Fitness While Recovering From Injury, Scott Douglas
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