Recovery Secrets to the Most Common Running Injuries
The tips and techniques as well as the recovery secrets it contains are not mere medical conjectures or some scientific theories. They have all been proven time and again to work!
I will reveal some surprising top-form running and stretching strategies that the pros use to assure safe and pain-free running. These top secret techniques haven't been shared - until now!
- WARNING SIGNS: The DANGER of running too soon after injury
- PROVEN TECHNIQUES: athlete tested strengthening for injuries
- PHOTOS: More than 75 color photos in the system and more than 100 pages
- ACTIVE AND STATIC STRETCHING: What is active vs. static stretching and when do you use each
- IDENTIFY: tips and techniques to properly identify what is really the root cause of your running pain and running injury; learn how form and technique affect your running
- RECOVERY PROGRAMS: Easy to understand, no complicated medical terms
- CAUSES: descriptions of potential causes of your injury, learn the REAL root cause, and how to fix it
- COMMON INJURIES: Most of you will be suffering from the 5 most common running injuries
STOP RUNNING PAIN covers all fields before, during and after your runs!
Stop Running Pain contains a very COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW on the most common running injuries that runners suffer, including the tips on how to fix them properly.
Take the following cases...
- RUNNER'S KNEE. A runner's knee injury could be treated simply by focusing on your IT Band. Discover how your IT Band, which connects directly to your knee, can critically help to accelerate runner's knee recovery.
- SHIN SPLINTS. For shin splints that are causing you great pain, the best remedy is an ice massage. Learn the simple technique of doing an ice massage that actually works!
- IT BAND PAIN. The IT Band is not a muscle so don't treat it as one. You can neither strengthen nor lengthen it. However, the PARTS ATTACHED to it can be powered-up to stop IT Band pain fast! An easy-to-do specific program to do this is found in the pages of this system.
- MUSCLE PULLS. Pulling your calf muscle and straining your hamstring are the two most common types of muscle pulls. But most runners fail to understand that most muscle injuries are caused by lack of a proper pre-run warm-up.
- PLANTAR FASCIITIS. The stinging pain on the bottom of your foot is called Plantar Fasciitis. There can be a number of causes that led to this suffering but the solution is very simple. For example, walking around your house in your bare feet is one way to increase the strength of your foot, reducing the possibility of re-occurrence. There are more easy steps to help you out of this running injury in my Stop Running Pain.
Indeed, STOP RUNNING PAIN holds the keys to important techniques for strengthening and lengthening of your body muscles that most runners often take for granted.