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My book: Run for your life
Mark Cucuzzella explains the simple mechanics of how our bodies have evolved and adapted to run. Despite our natural ability and our human need to run, each year more than half of all runners suffer injuries. Pain and discouragement inevitably follow. His book—the first running book written by a Professor of Medicine with the credibility of the US Air Force behind him—gives us a straightforward, easy-to-follow look at the anatomy, biomechanics, nutrition, and clinical medicine with clear drawings and photographs. With an annotated list of videos and other innovative, book-Internet links.
Run for Your Life is the story of how I kept running through treatment for breast cancer and beyond. It was published in January by Pitch Publishing and you can download the first couple of chapters from their website , or order it on Amazon , Waterstones or from other online bookshops. It was based on my blog, and you can find links to my original posts at the bottom of this page. This is what Run Mummy Run had to say about the book:. Most of all through this book will leave you with a sense of hope. This book is definitely testament to her ability to do this. The i news has published an extract from the book and there are articles about the book in the Daily Mirror, the Sunday Post , and in The Sun on London Marathon day.
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What runners have to say about Mark Cucuzzella’s Run for Your Life
Mark has run competitively for almost four decades, with more than one hundred marathon and ultramarathon finishes, and he continues to compete as a national-level masters runner with thirty straight years under a 3-hour marathon. Mark owns the first minimalist running and walking shoe store, Two Rivers Treads. He lives in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, with his wife and two children.
Post a Comment. I just finished reading Dr. No let me rephrase that; it needs to be wherever it needs to be to get read and re-read. While I have not met Mark in person, hope to one day, I consider him a friend and was grateful when he offered me the book to review. Truth is I had it on pre-order before he contacted me and was looking forward to reading it so being given this book in no way influenced the review that will follow. Always hard, well for me it is, to review a book such as this that contains so much information, and great information at that.