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To Learn asks the questions: Do you teach? Do you manage? Do you inspire? Do you sell? If the answer is yes to any of these or similar duties, then at least part of your job description or self-chosen pathway will likely include encouraging learning by your students, workers, followers, customers. To Learn can serve as a resource guide, providing you insight into the processes and barriers involved when those in your charge attempt to improve their understanding.
More than 30 chapters cover everything from choosing the right shoes and best trails to injury prevention, injury troubleshooting, diet, improving speed, mental training, and much more. Beginners and seasoned runners will appreciate the section on Jeff’s Run-Walk-Run® method. Advanced runners can use a specialized training program which will help them against overtraining, injuries, and other calamities you can encounter during intense training sessions. Trail Running covers a wide range of trail running equipment too. If you want to jumpstart your trail run, or just incorporate trail running into your regular schedule this is your complete guide.
In Train Your Fascia Tone Your Body, you will learn the successful method to form firm connective tissue. Fascia are a building network in our body that gives us support, structure, and form. Whether a thigh looks tightly stretched or rather like jelly basically depends on the tone of the fibrous connective tissue the fascia which surrounds it. Therefore, we must train fascia in addition to muscles. Only then do we have a well-formed and firm body shape, and training fascia is the only consistent way to get rid of cellulite, bat wings, and a flabby bottom. Not only does training your fascia ensure a fit body, but it also enables you to move with juvenile elasticity, easily and painlessly.
Building on the book Learning Fencing, this book, Training Fencing explains how to train for the techniques and tactics in the sport of fencing and shows why fencers must improve their endurance, strength, and speed. Young fencers learn to go beyond practice bouts and enrich their training with exercises that may seem to have nothing at all to do with fencing. They discover how important it is to warm up before training and competitions and learn why an athlete gets stiff muscles.