The Durable Runner
A Guide to Injury-Free Running
Access Your Potential. Become A More Durable Runner.
A few simple changes can significantly improve your ability to run well and injury-free.
Runners (experienced and brand new) will find this book indispensable. Coach Alison illustrates in clear, easy-to-follow language valuable suggestions for small changes that can greatly improve your form and help you prevent running injuries.
Read and be inspired!
More about The Durable Runner
Alison draws on her own experience with running injuries, running injury prevention, injury recovery, as well as her expertise as a trainer, coach, and yoga teacher, to walk you through simple, practical changes you can implement to refine the way you use and move your body. The result: a well-balanced body with improved durability, alignment, strength, and function through mindful running.
In The Durable Runner, Alison goes beyond simply offering yoga for runners or strength training for runners] and instead helps you pinpoint imbalances in your body, choose the most useful approach for you, and then walks you through creating a sustainable routine that works for you.
Her insightful descriptions of the patterns you set up in our workouts and your daily lives—and how those patterns affect your ability to move and access the natural strength you already possess—will change the way you approach your practice and your running.
In short, Coach Alison will help you:
What Readers are Saying
To educate, inspire, and empower others to move with greater awareness and purpose in their own personal pursuit of awesome.
Access Your Full Potential
“This book is the first of its kind to combine corrective exercise, self-myofascial release, and yoga. It’s your comprehensive guide to creating a simple and efficient system of supplemental training that’s designed for your unique body and specific concerns.
In as little as 15 minutes per day, you can decrease your risk for injury, improve your running performance, maintain the health of your joints, and feel less fragile. The result: a more durable body and mind that will support your running — and your life — for years to come.”