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Running Form Drills
     

Running Form Drills

by Brian Martin
 

This book explains how to do running form drills and gives you unique insights into how each drill can help you recognize and learn good running form. Put simply you can use Running Form Drills as a training technique to help you learn how to run.

"Brian is a thoughtful, balanced voice in the raging debate on what constitutes good form, his thoughts are worth

Overview

This book explains how to do running form drills and gives you unique insights into how each drill can help you recognize and learn good running form. Put simply you can use Running Form Drills as a training technique to help you learn how to run.

"Brian is a thoughtful, balanced voice in the raging debate on what constitutes good form, his thoughts are worth checking out." Alex Hutchinson - Sweat Science
This concise book considers the what, why, when and how of running form drills to give you a complete understanding of how drills can be used to complement your training.

Detailed explanations and video demonstrations allow any runner to unlock the potential of running drills as a valuable learning tool to practice elements of good running technique.

Brian explains each running drill in the context of good running form and gives his own insights into old favorites such as the A and B marching and skipping drills. Arm-swing, lunging and a special drill for beginners complete a simple yet comprehensive suite of form drills.

Free video resources that demonstrate each drill are available online to complete a multimedia rich experiential learning toolkit.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045300520
Publisher:
Brian Martin
Publication date:
11/14/2013
Series:
Running Technique Tips
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Brian Martin is an independent writer and researcher. He is an athletics coach, fitness instructor and running tragic. Brian has worked as a business analyst, playwright and within the University sector as an online learning specialist.

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