You Can Run Pain Free!
- Narrated by: Brad Beer
- Length: 7 hrs and 7 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 13-01-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Brad Beer
Do you yearn for the day that you will be able to enjoy the many benefits that running brings by running pain and injury free?
Sadly, among many runners is an inherent yet often unspoken belief that it isn't possible to run pain and injury free. Many runners believe that if you run far enough and for long enough, injury will be the inevitable result. In You Can Run Pain Free: A Physio's 5 Step Guide to Enjoying Injury-Free and Faster Running, listeners will discover how to both prevent and overcome running injuries and go on to enjoy new levels of exercise pain and injury free, and ultimately faster running.
Written by a highly successful physiotherapist and an accomplished triathlete and runner, this book offers runners of all levels hope - hope that it is indeed possible to run pain and injury free. This book is written for any runner who:
Is seeking to proactively prevent injuries
Is currently injured and looking to return to running
Has been previously injured and never made a return to running
Is not concerned about injury prevention or rehabilitation but just wants to get faster
Brad Beer is a Gold Coast-based physiotherapist. In 2006, Brad founded his first practice now known as POGO Physio. Brad himself has delivered in excess of 25,000 physiotherapy consultations. Recognized as a leading authority on running injury prevention and rehabilitation, Brad - himself an avid runner - is passionate about seeing people unlock their true physical potential and discover the many joys and benefits of running.
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By Amazon Customer on 13-01-18
Great information let down by the reading
I was familiar with Brad Beer from numerous podcasts and so I knew I'd like this book.
The advice is well thought-out, easy to understand and execute. I especially liked the understanding of how an injured runner feels.
My only complaint is the reading. I was very happy that Brad reads it but there are far too many mistakes, misreading sentences and then rereading them again. Its such a shame as everything else is great.