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The Trail Running Guidebook: For All Trail Runners Who Want to Perform Wilder - cover

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The Trail Running Guidebook: For All Trail Runners Who Want to Perform Wilder

Hanny Allston

Publisher: Find Your Feet Australia

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The Find Your Feet Trail Running Guidebook provides athletes of any ability a safe pathway of preparation to their chosen adventures. Hanny Allston's personal coaching methodologies focus on sustainable, long-term health, training and performance successes. 
The Trail Running Guidebook contains a snapshot of key lessons that Hanny has learnt on her journey to becoming a world champion and elite trail running record holder. To help you find your feet in the sport of trail running she shares her theories on training & racing strategies, nutrition & hydration, equipment, how to avoid the common injuries, running technique, and psychology. 
Unlike growth models where training builds and builds with little reprieve, Hanny's unique model – Wave Training – allows athletes greater potential for recovery, self-reflection, and spontaneous playfulness. 
Hanny has experienced the elation of success but also the pitfalls of striving too far for performance. It is from this honest place that she writes this book for you. 
Hanny Allston is a world champion, elite Australian trail runner, and previous marathon and distance track athlete. She still holds numerous race records, from the marathon to ultramarathons. Hanny has a depth of academic and employment experiences working with athletes, both elite and recreational. She is also an award-winning businesswoman, who knows what it is like to live in the modern world and to juggle responsibilities. Hanny is the person to guide you on your own journey. She wants to help you to Be, Play and Perform Wilder – to help you find your feet.  
"I have always known that I must share the knowledge I was fortunate to learn along my athletic journey. I hope that by writing this book I can pass forward the baton and help you to achieve your wildest dreams." Hanny Allston

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