Older Yet Faster Publications Pty Ltd

Publisher info

Older Yet Faster Publications Pty Ltd was set up by Keith Bateman and Heidi Jones to publish their book Older Yet Faster.

The book is a fushion of running technique and podiatry ...

It is based on Keith's highly successful technique-change sessions and it will help you to run smooth, faster and further. Podiatrist Heidi Jones, (Dip.Pod., MA.Pod.A), an experienced runner and an expert at fixing runners’ problems and helping them to move away from orthotics through strengthening exercises in conjunction with better technique, offers a great range of foot-strengthening exercises and advice.

There is a readers' Facebook discussion and help group too! https://www.facebook.com/groups/olderyetfaster/

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1500m World record (Sacramento 2011)
This is Keith's 55+ Age-group World-record run at the world Masters Games in Sacramento. This followed Keith's victories in the 8km cross country, 5,000m, 1500m heats and preceeded his 2:43 marathon victory 2 days later. This was filmed by the Canadian team.

Runners Knee exercise
This is just one exercise from the book. The full foot-strengthen program plus technique videos are available to readers.

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Older Yet Faster: The Secret to Running Fast and Injury Free
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 64,150. Language: English. Published: October 17, 2018 by Older Yet Faster Publications Pty Ltd. Categories: Nonfiction » Sports & outdoor recreation » Running & jogging, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Medicine
This illustrated colour book and online videos is a manual for teaching runners how to transition to efficient running and to avoid incurring almost all of the common running injuries. It is ideal for beginners to learn how to run well and for experienced runners to changeover to good technique. Coaches and Podiatrists: use this book for coaching or treating runners. Reads well in black & white.

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