Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and Speed (Paperback)Jay Dicharry (author)
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Running is America's favorite outdoor sport. 51 million Americans ran in 2014 including 1 in 6 adults (33 million). Runners run 80 days per year, on average.
Competitive running is one of the most popular sports in America, with all-time record highs of 19 million runners finishing a running event in 2013. Since 1990, the number of U.S. race finishers has grown 300%.
Running inflicts a high injury rate on participants: studies estimate 30-50% of runners will lose workout time to an injury each year.
Jay Dicharry is a leading expert on biomechanics, physical therapy, and the neuromuscular connections that can improve running. His REP Lab is a destination for elite American runners and Dicharry regularly consults with top footwear companies, the U.S. Air Force, and USA Track and Field.
Dicharry's first book, Anatomy for Runners, has become a classic in the sport with over 20,000 copies sold over 5 years.
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 241 x 191 x 19 mm
Praise for Jay Dicharry
"Jay Dicharry integrates the science of how the body moves with his extensive knowledge of runners and their problems to present an in-depth guide to understanding and improving your mechanics, complete with numerous specific and unique exercises which will make you a better runner." - Jonathan Beverly, author of Run Strong, Stay Hungry and Your Best Stride
"Jay Dicharry is one of the country's foremost experts when it comes to understanding how to properly build strength and improve efficiency for runners. Running Rewired is a definitive handbook to a stronger, fitter, faster you!" - Brian Metzler, Editor, MotivRunning.com, Founding Editor, Trail Runner, and coauthor, Run Like a Champion
"Jay is, simply put, the best. His program prepared me for success in my training for the Rio Olympics. I was able to come back from an injury in early 2015, to train at a greater consistency and intensity than ever before. I attribute that comeback, my ability to transition smoothly to running, and then sustain the hardest training of my life, to work with Jay." - Kate Grace, Olympic middle-distance runner
"I would not have been able to reach peak performance in 2016 Olympic Trials and Olympics had it not been for the foundational work with Jay. Period." - Kate Grace, Olympic middle-distance runner
"I cannot overstate the impact Jay has had on my running career." - Kate Grace, Olympic middle-distance runner
"I have had the opportunity to work closely with Jay Dicharry since 2013. We first met as I was recovering from a lower leg stress fracture. With Jay's detailed guidance, enthusiasm for strength training, and methodical plan I was able to go from unable to run to setting a course marathon PR at the Ironman World Championships in 2013. Since that time Jay has helped me succeed in all areas of my triathlon training. I have had the opportunity to closely follow Jays strength program that has been tailored to the different parts of my training cycle. The things I enjoy most about Jay's strength program are that it is applicable to swim, bike, run, it is easy to follow, it allows for progression as I improve and it's time efficient." - Linsey Corbin, professional triathlete and 5-time Ironman Champion
Praise for Anatomy for Runners by Jay Dicharry
"This is the best resource on running biomechanics and injury prevention. The corrective exercises have become part of my training routine, improved my performance, and reduced my injuries." -Alan Webb, American record holder in the mile (3:46.91)
"The biggest challenge running coaches encounter is discovering the balance between maximizing workload while holding off injuries. Jay Dicharry presents years of knowledge and useful practical information in a format that's understandable. I am certain Anatomy for Runners is spot-on, because Jay has helped several of my athletes both remain healthy and get back to championship form." -Jason Vigilante, renowned running coach
"Running is a simple sport, right? But why does almost everyone get hurt? As Jay discovers in this valuable guide, the reason is an amazingly complex mix of anatomy, strength, forces, vectors, and footwear effects. Alas, after reading this book and feeling what running really is, you will rediscover and understand its simplicity . . . then you can throw the rest of the library away." -Dr. Mark Cucuzzella, physician, National Masters runner