Dr. Evan Fiedler combines his knowledge of running (qualifying for Boston and placing in his age group in the 5k, 8k, 10k, half and full marathon) with a strong educational background and professionals who have excelled in various sports to provide an interactive experience for athletes of all levels. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at College of The Albemarle and Averett University.
Running to Win is a collection of motivating achievements of 42 runners with inventive workouts designed (relative to these feats) to improve your running...Four years later and less than a year and a half after doctors were going to amputate her feet due to Grave’s Disease and the associated treatment, Gail Devers won the gold medal in the 100-meter dash in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.
This creative study guide describes the physiology of over 75 of the most common muscles in the human body in the context of stories written by students. In addition, there is a list at the end of each story describing the origin (from) and insertion (to) of the muscles with links to images.
This is an innovative running program to improve your results at the finish line in the 10k, half marathon, and full marathon. While sharing humorous moments and having life changing experiences Dr. Fiedler placed 2nd and then 1st in his age group within 2 weeks time in the half marathon when following this plan.
Paul Graziano set a new personal half marathon record by 34 minutes following this plan. First time and seasoned runners are discovering an unprecedented appreciation when reading and running any part of Come Run with Me.