Resolving Plantar Fasciitis - A Roadmap to Success by Brian James AbelsonResolving Plantar Fasciitis - A Roadmap to Success by Brian James Abelson

Resolving Plantar Fasciitis - A Roadmap to Success

byBrian James Abelson, Kamali Thara Abelson

Paperback | March 16, 2015

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Title:Resolving Plantar Fasciitis - A Roadmap to SuccessFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:282 pages, 9.25 × 7.5 × 0.77 inShipping dimensions:9.25 × 7.5 × 0.77 inPublished:March 16, 2015Publisher:Rowan Tree Books Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0973384883

ISBN - 13:9780973384888


Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Excellent System for Getting Back Running If you're a runner you most definitely want this in your library (or beside your stretching mat). I really found Abelson's first book "Release Your pain" helpful for general use, especially around my lower back and legs. This book focuses on the feet, but recognizes that the problems that appear there may stem from other areas. The book is really well organized, with the science and physiological background solidly presented. And the exercises seem very easily understood and incorporated into my daily routine without it taking over. But the coolest part is the flowchart self-diagnostic (check out page 153 if you can in the bookstore, you won't have seen anything like this before). This presents a series of specific tests to isolate the problem you might be having. If you hit on the problem, it directs you to the specific exercises to focus on. and, believe it or not, there is actually a way to finish and complete the regime. This is important to me, because it shows to me that Abelson is trying to impart his leanings and not just tie you into a endless program. So, to me, this has become my go-to fixer manual for when I start having issues after my long runs. (I run 100km ultras, and often have no issues during the runs with my feet, but interestingly get sore arches just walking in the weeks afterwards). The basic routine are for 4 weeks, with 6 weeks being the basic to recovery if you experience improvement. That's the other thing I like: the whole process recognizes that it won't work for everyone, and so offers alternatives to help find the ways that do work for you.
Date published: 2015-05-29