Our Complete Guide To Running

From your very first steps to a marathon finish line, our new publication brings you more than 1,000 expert tips on nutrition, motivation and training


Posted: 11 February 2010

Hot off the press this month is the all new Runner's World Complete Guide To Running - the indispensable bible for all things running!

From your very first steps to a marathon finish line, the Complete Guide To Running brings you more than 1,000 expert tips on nutrition, motivation, training and more.

Whether you're a complete beginner or already have your sights set on a PB, this 300-page book can help you train and run better.

The Complete Guide to Running is divided into 10 key chapters:

  1. Getting Started
  2. Training
  3. Nutrition
  4. Health & Injury
  5. The Mind & the Psychology of Running
  6. Cross Training
  7. Weight Loss
  8. Women's Running
  9. The Great Outdoors
  10. Racing

Each chapter brings you a selection of informative and inspiring articles with advice, tips and tricks to improve your running. There's everything from choosing the right shoe for you, how to feed your body to fuel your run to tricking your mind to break through mental barriers and even running for weight-loss.

You'll find easy-to-follow training plans, nutrition information and inspirational stories from other runners. All this brought to you by a team of passionate runners with a wealth of knowledge and experience - the Runner's World team.

You wouldn't leave home without your running shoes and neither should you leave home without The Complete Guide To Running.Think of it as an essential part of your running kit and at just £9.99 it's a small investment.

Buy it for yourself or gift it to a budding runner you know - CLICK HERE TO BUY!


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I bought it, whilst essentially it is a collection of previously published articles it is logically laid out and works well are both something to browse and for reference.
Posted: 19/02/2010 at 13:28

I love this book and the layout is great on the eyes. This book covers all maners of topics and encouages strenght training so one can run stronger and injury free. I would recommend this to all types of runners!
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