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Crosstraining for Endurance Athletes: Building Stability, Balance, and Strength

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Most athletes know that strength and flexibility are critical parts of a successful training program. But endurance athletes place extraordinary demands on their bodies. In order to prevent injury and enhance performance, these athletes need to correct muscular imbalances and improve functional movement, efficiency, and force production.

Now, for the first time, Olympic coa
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Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 1st 2005 by Peak Sports Press (first published December 20th 2004)
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Includes detailed info how to evaluate asymmetrical strength and train to correct the imbalance. The tests are easy, and surprising yet in hindsight predictable, now I've read further and started the corrective exercises.
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