Injuries. They’re the worst, right? Injuries not only keep you from doing what you want to do while you’re hurting, but, at least in my case, can also hold you back once you’re healed because you’re scared of the same thing happening again.
If you’re a runner, you might think that certain injuries are unavoidable, but our brilliant friend Alison Heilig says that’s not the case. And she would know — she’s written the book on it!
The Durable Runner: A Guide to Injury-Free Running explains how to use corrective exercise, self-myofascial release, and yoga to increase strength, mobility, stability, and resiliency in runners — and it all requires as little as 15 minutes a day to implement.
Think about that for a moment. What would you give to run faster, longer, or with less discomfort? What would you give to avoid the running injuries that plague so many of your running buddies? I’m betting that 15 minutes of your time on a regular basis sounds pretty manageable when put that way.
Ali has been a part of the FBG family for years now, and we’re beyond proud of her. And not only for writing the book, although, boy, that is an ACCOMPLISHMENT! But also because we know how much work went into gaining the knowledge behind this text. We know about the classes she took, the conferences she traveled across the country for, the certifications she earned in order to become the expert she is today — and all of that is why Jenn and I both recommend The Durable Runner wholeheartedly.
And it’s why we’re thrilled that Ali has agreed to give away two copies to our readers! All you need to do is enter below (or here) by December 16 for a chance to win a copy for yourself. U.S. readers only, please.
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What running goal do you think The Durable Runner will help you achieve? —Kristen