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Happy Runner With CE Exam, The

Happy Runner With CE Exam, The

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    Online Course

    The package components are as follows:
    • The Happy Runner text
    • Continuing education exam (accessed online)
    Following the “some work, all play” approach, The Happy Runner With CE Exam introduces the three commandments of happy running and teaches you how to help clients balance the effort of running with the simple joy of the activity:
    • Learn how to run fast, run long, and stay healthy with proven training methods.
    • Read real stories from professional and recreational athletes who have had personal breakthroughs as they learned to love the process of running.
    • Understand how to adapt a running plan based on personal lifestyle and goals as well as avoid setbacks from injury.
    • Identify strategies to help clients develop self-belief and make positivity the default setting so they can reach their goals.
    Upon completing the book, certified professionals can take the companion CE exam to earn continuing education credits.

    Learning Objectives
    After completing this course, you will be able to do the following:
    • Understand the overall philosophy of creating a healthier and happier runner.
    • Discuss why results should matter less, and explain how kindness and self-acceptance positively affect running.
    • Explain why the authors recommend that 80 percent of running training should be easy running.
    • Describe how running can be used as an action-based therapy to lessen the effects of stress, anxiety, and depression.
    • Understand why the 20 percent rule is critical for creating a faster and more efficient runner.
    • Recognize the benefits of performing strides to help boost running economy.
    • Discuss the impact of hill training on overall running performance.
    • Define the role of cross-training in a running program.
    • Describe the use of rest and recovery methods in creating a happy runner.
    • Explain why tapering is a complicated process that is necessary for faster times.
    • Understand why sleep is crucial for improving running performance.

    Table of Contents

    The Happy Runner Table of Contents

    Acknowledgments
    Introduction: The Happy Runner

    Part I. The Happy Runner Rules
    Chapter 1. Embrace the Process
    Chapter 2. Know Your “Why?”
    Chapter 3. Power Yourself With Kindness
    Chapter 4. It’s Not All Puppies and Unicorns

    Part II. The Happy Runner Training Principles
    Chapter 5. Principle 1: Easy Means Easy, Not the Absence of Pain
    Chapter 6. Principle 2: Learn How to Run Fast Before You Practice Running Hard
    Chapter 7. Principle 3: Build Strength From Speed
    Chapter 8. Principle 4: Specificity Matters, But Less Than You May Think
    Chapter 9. Principle 5: Healthy Running Is Active and Earned

    Conclusion: You Are Awesome
    About the Authors
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