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Running Doc's Guide to Healthy Running: How to Fix Injuries, Stay…

by Lewis G. Maharam

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TRACK & FIELD SPORTS, ATHLETICS. Running is the most popular exercise activity in America, which means that more Americans suffer injuries from running than from any other sport. The Running Doc, Lewis Maharam, MD, is on a mission to make running safer and more fun for everyone. Maharam is the most trusted authority on healthy running and he will help every runner to avoid injuries and run pain-free. No running injury comes without warning. The Running Doc describes how to know which aches and pains require medical attention. Few injuries should keep runners on the couch, so Maharam explains how runners can treat their ailments and keep training to meet their goals. From side stitches to the common cold, it's not just injury that slows runners down. Maharam offers easy to follow preventative care advice to keep readers on the go. The Running Doc covers the whole runner's body from head to toenails.… (more)

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