not become great by following a path of timidity and cowardice. And we can only hope that, when pummeled, as the Boston Marathon was today, they will rise again, stronger than ever.****Amby Burfoot is a contributor to the US edition of Runner's World. You can
. An upstart named Jason Saeger beat Armstrong by more than two minutes in the mid-event 12-mile mountain-bike leg, but Saeger paid for his audacity. Armstrong comfortably beat him on the concluding three-mile cross-country race, running the fastest leg
the final miles of a marathon, you should be able to run faster.This extract is from The Runner's World Complete Book of Running by RW USA Editor Amby Burfoot.
. The next week, start building again, one mile at a time: eight miles, nine miles, etc.Plan Two – Run Yasso 800sWe learnt about this amazingly useful work-out in a casual conversation with RUNNER’S WORLD USA Race And Event Promotions Manager Bart Yasso
of muscle fatigue.Oops. This turned out to be a classic mistake in logic – a conclusion based on related events, but not a true cause-and-effect relationship. What’s more, Hill and Meyerhof were working with frog muscles, and human muscles have a much higher
about the health of frequent marathoners and ultra-marathoners, including competitors in events like the Western States 100 Mile in the USA, where he has been conducting research over the past five years. "You have to remember that every good thing can
This extract is from The Runner's World Complete Book of Running by RW USA Editor Amby Burfoot. You can now preview it, free, for two weeks without risk or obligation. All running programmes for beginners are the same: they move you from walking
many eccentric contractions. This is the same phenomenon that forces many runners to walk backwards down stairs in the several days following a downhill event.You don't think of it this way, but when you run, you are basically falling. With each stride
-distance walkers. So far, there are no known cases of death from hyponatraemia in endurance events in the UK, although there have been cases associated with psychiatric illness. New Views On Fluid ConsumptionThe hyponatraemia issue has forced sports and medical
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