run better 2
What if you could get even more out of your outings? After having learned how to run well on the biomechanical level with the help of volume 1, now discover how to run better on all other levels. Whether you're running to qualify for Boston or just because it makes you feel good, you'll find a myriad of specific tips and tricks in this book that, taken together, will make a huge difference in your life as a runner. The key? The marginal gains approach. By knowing how to identify your potential for improvement and applying the data from the most recent research in the field, you will have all the elements to begin a small revolution in your training. Increase your exercise tolerance, adjust your training content, improve your ease on the trail or even your ability to meditate in action, and you can only be a winner at the finish line!