Erik Smith con Enlightened Running: How To Run Faster & Longer (English Edition)
A step-by-step guide to show you how to take your running goals to a whole new level. It’s an eBook to help you to run faster, stronger, and better, in the shortest time possible.
This guide was designed not only for beginner runners, but also novice and professional runners who have been running for a while.
It doesn’t matter what level of running experience you have because this eBook takes everyone into consideration.
Benefits Of Investing In This Guide
Learn why you shouldn’t stretch before you run so you can avoid extricating injuries
Learn proper form so that you wont tire yourself out as you run and you can dominate anything that comes you way.
Create your own running meal plan so you can be a more efficient runner.
Learn why weight training is vital to your running success and learn specific workouts that every runner should know so you can increase your strength, which will make you an animal on the running track.
Learn specific running drills so you can increase your running times and run faster than you friends.
Learn the theory behind what it takes to run longer and why your mental abilities are just is as important than you physical abilities.
Learn how you can move you’re lactate threshold so you can STOP huffing and puffing after only one mile of running!
Learn what many beginner runners and novice runners tend to forget about running so you can win over you’re competitors, come race day.
What You Get When You Invest In This Package
The guide I personally created with the necessary information that you need to start improving you’re your running times and you’re overall running endurance. This guide is written in three sections.
Part 1: The Basics – Some of the basic running techniques that every runner should know. Including how to run properly, the right diet, weight lifting for runners, etc.
Part 2: How To Run Fast. Includes training drills that you can do today.
Part 3: How To Run Longer. Learn the specific reasons why you aren’t running for longer periods and learn how your body responds to the overload.