Running Strong: The Sports Doctor's Complete Guide to Staying Healthy and Injury-Free for Life

Jordan Metzl Claire Kowalchik

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Running Strong: The Sports Doctor's Complete Guide to Staying Healthy and Injury-Free for Life

Running Strong The Sports Doctor s Complete Guide to Staying Healthy and Injury Free for Life Step into my office if you want to run faster stronger and pain free Whether you re a new runner training for your first race or an experienced marathoner this cutting edge book will keep you on th

  • Title: Running Strong: The Sports Doctor's Complete Guide to Staying Healthy and Injury-Free for Life
  • Author: Jordan Metzl Claire Kowalchik
  • ISBN: 9781623364595
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • Step into my office if you want to run faster, stronger, and pain free Whether you re a new runner training for your first race or an experienced marathoner, this cutting edge book will keep you on the road and running faster With comprehensive, illustrated information on running health and injury prevention, this book is the first to include embedded scan codes that leStep into my office if you want to run faster, stronger, and pain free Whether you re a new runner training for your first race or an experienced marathoner, this cutting edge book will keep you on the road and running faster With comprehensive, illustrated information on running health and injury prevention, this book is the first to include embedded scan codes that lead readers to videos addressing such issues as shin splints, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, and runner s knee Not only will runners be able to read about how they can treat and prevent hundreds of medical and nutritional issues, they ll be able to walk into a top level video consultation 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, from anywhere in the world

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    One thought on “Running Strong: The Sports Doctor's Complete Guide to Staying Healthy and Injury-Free for Life

    1. Teri-K on said:

      This is one of the better books on running that I've read so far. The author is a runner and a sports doctor, and there's a lot of information on how to identify various injuries, rehab and prevent them. I also really liked that he talks a lot about strength and mobility training to prevent injuries and his IronStrength program for runners is free online. (I'm sure he makes so much as a well-known NYC doctor that he can afford to give some information away free, but still he could charge for eve [...]

    2. Kayla on said:

      Great book. Lots of info about running related injuries, with strength training ideas to help keep those injuries at bay.

    3. Kim on said:

      A lot of great information. Wasn't able to help with the issues I had but did help me understand others. Will definitely use for reference again.

    4. Amanda Bachman on said:

      This is for someone that is brand new to either running or exercise.

    5. Pauline on said:

      exactly what i needed - and in conjunction with his video worked out very well for me.

    6. Vít Kotačka on said:

      I love this doc! Finally someone who doesn't discourage you, but the opposite. So, you should run even with some small pain, or discomfort. Unless the pain changes the way you run then you should be cautious. Do you want to run a marathon in your eighties? Follow this book - strong muscles will help you.The first part, about muscles, tendons and ligaments, is super-interesting. It was a page-turner like a good thriller! It goes from feet to the top through the whole kinetic chain. What are the f [...]

    7. Jo * Smut-Dickted * on said:

      I'm a fan of the good Dr. here. Enjoy his fitness workout DVD. Well enjoy might be too strong a word, thing kicks my ass on a regular basis. Here there are some very good recommendations. My main issue is that all the running injuries I've had don't appear in here. I've got a pes anserinus tendinitis issue and had also a bone bruise on the metatarsals. there is some info but not a ton. If you've got a "normal" running injury (more run of the mill) you'll find help here but you can also find it a [...]

    8. Ci on said:

      Being a fairly constant mid-range amateur runner, I have read several books on running, mostly on training techniques, a few philosophic rumination by runners. This book is a pure technique book, smartly composed, with clear and color anatomic graphics for major components. It is user-friendly while relatively sparse with solipsistic references (although it is unavoidable in such genre in order to establish author's credibility), and only mild chattiness. The book is nicely laid out, easy for re [...]

    9. Marie-Claude on said:

      Great book for people like me who may have specific problems with their tendons (or muscles or joints or whatever pains related to running) and want to avoid a meeting with their physio every time a small inflammation rears its head. I don't want to advance myself too much and jinx it, but it seems that the great advices and workout proposed therein enabled me to get rid of a plantar fasciitis before it even really started while increasing my mileage within reasonable limits. Buy yourself a foam [...]

    10. Laura on said:

      This is a fantastic book for new and advanced runners of all different abilities. I recently started doing races and running seriously and was looking for advice for improving my pace and PRs. He gives great explanations and rationales for exercises, nutrition, stretches, and preventative care for runners. He has diagrams and also links to videos that are simple and more importantly informative!I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to run safely and efficiently!

    11. Brandt Kurowski on said:

      Lots of useful info in here for runners, whether new or seasoned. The cross-training regimen seems very promising, and the recommendations for foam rolling have already helped me.The only thing I would change is the organization, which seems a little backwards in spots. I recommend skipping the section on injuries at first, instead reading the sections on body work and tools, then circle back to the part on injuries (it's presented more like reference material than narrative anyway).

    12. Sowmya Lakshminarayanan on said:

      This guy is simply awesome! Being a sports medicine Dr and an athlete himself, he explains lucidly the biomechanics involved, what it means to get hurt in a particular region while running, when does it happen and how to prevent it. The best part I totally loved about his approach is exercise medication and the ironman workout routine he prescribes. Highly recommended for beginner runners and for those who wish to run injury free!

    13. Kerry on said:

      I recently started running again after a very long break. I picked up this book as I was having hip pain and it has been spot on as far as how to deal with it. I like that it has specific treatments, but also that it has a lot about core strength and running in general in this book. I got this from the library, but I suspect I'll be buying a reference copy soon.

    14. Willie O on said:

      A comprehensive, practical guide written in layman's terms to pin point what has been going on with the "pain in my butt" that has been going on for the last couple years. Dr Metzl has also convinced me that running strength workouts are essential to my overall running health. His video's on his website are a perfect combination with the advice and expertise in his book.

    15. Scott on said:

      Good book and easy to read and well organized. The best part is easily the IronStrength workout itself, which you can also find with a quick Google search if you're pressed for time.

    16. Tina Milledge on said:

      Brilliant to find a running book that emphasises the importance of doing not just running but also strength work!

    17. Kim on said:

      Great info on how to deal with minor running injuries. Also a great workout plan for building strength that will help improve your running and prevent injuries. A great reference!

    18. Carolina Castillo on said:

      Beautiful illustrations. Great if you are new to running. A really nice go-to guide

    19. teresa rottle on said:

      Great read Great read for runners, at any level. Easy to read, and packed full of awesome information. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in running.

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