Running Made Easy by Susie Whalley and Lisa Jackson

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 Running Made Easy by Susie Whalley and Lisa Jackson

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It's motivational, it's inspiring, it's fun! It's Running Made Easy! And, quite simply, it's the friendliest running book on the block. Running Made Easy is designed to get everyone who thought they could never run on their way to a better body, bags of confidence and soaring energy levels. Its ...  Continue reading

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21 user reviews of Running Made Easy by Susie Whalley and Lisa Jackson See all

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Running Made Easy is enjoyable and user-friendly. The personal stories are particularly inspiring, though the graphics, the abundance of pink and the smiley face "mood tracker" in the journal is a little patron Continue reading...
Excellent book, can take you from sofa to marathon if thats your thing! Also full of handy tips and inspiring stories to keep you motivated Continue reading...
This is a really good, book, everyone laughed at me for buying it saying surely running is easy, but the schedules, tips and motivational stories made sure I actually enjoyed it every step of the way. A great Continue reading...
I was impressed at my mental progress as I read the book - from never having run before to actually getting excited about running my 1st marathon, which I did in 2006 after only beginning to run for 1 year befo Continue reading...
I have actually bought copies of this book for my friends (3 in total so far) to help spread the running bug. I wish they would write more and develope further material in the same format. Continue reading...

Discussions

Hi, I have entered myself in the New York Marathon.  I started running in January and have been building up my mileage slowly.  I have never done a marathon before or even a half marathon.  I have run in two 10k runs, Ashford and Greenwich Park.  I would like to enter myself in a half marathon in maybe June then mentally I know I'm half way there...

I'm not too sure what training i'm supposed to be doing apart from just building up my mileage...I have also been to the gym and worked my upper body for strength and fitness.

Please advise....

Posted: 28/03/2008 at 10:10

If you look under TRAINING on this site you will find training programmes for various levels of runner, for various distance events.

Pick one for a half marathon that suits your level, and good luck!

Posted: 28/03/2008 at 10:27

Thanks alot, I will do that....

Posted: 28/03/2008 at 10:45



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