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Keven Shevels - Author

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Downhill Techniques for Off-Road Runners

Downhill Techniques for Off-Road Runners

Author: Keven Shevels Format: eBook Release Date: 14/07/2012

Most runners think that the ability to run well downhill is something that you are born with or is handed to you when you leave the asylum. Rather it is a skill that, with correct conditioning and practice, can be prepared for and learnt. This guide will show you how to improve your downhill running.

Introduction to Trail & Fell Running

Introduction to Trail & Fell Running

Author: Keven Shevels Format: eBook Release Date: 14/07/2012

Trail and fell running. As more runners leave the boredom of the roads and seek the challenges and pleasures of running in the open countryside, what can they expect to await them? This book takes the newcomer to this, the most rewarding and natural of all the athletics disciplines, and guides them through their baptism of off-road running.

Uphill Techniques for Off-Road Runners

Uphill Techniques for Off-Road Runners

Author: Keven Shevels Format: eBook Release Date: 14/07/2012

Whether you trail or fell run, one of the crucial aspects is the ability to run well uphill. All runners know the benefit of hill reps but there is far more to conquering the hills than that. This guide will show you how to prepare physically, the techniques to practice and how to plan a training programme to improve your uphill running.

An Introduction to Trail and Fell Running

An Introduction to Trail and Fell Running

Author: Keven Shevels Format: Paperback / softback Release Date: 01/09/2010

The booklet first explains the differences between trail and fell running. In the training section the constituent parts, namely uphill running, downhill running, endurance running, speed training and running over different terrain are examined with sections on strength training and appropriate flexibility sessions for the trail and fell runner. The section then concludes with advice on training sessions and how to construct different types of sessions to maximise your training. The relevant clothing and equipment for the two types of running are explained and why some aspects are made compulsory for all competitors in fell races. The booklet finally concludes with a section on what to expect when you compete in your first trail or fell race, about the registration, the facilities, what to expect when you are out on the course and what happens when the run is over.

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