In short:In this 3rd revised edition, the authors outline everything needed to train successfully. It includes detailed sections on planning a personal training schedule, mental aspects of competitive running and much more. Full Review
noticed the lack in the latter kms of the marathon, but I was more than happy to sell a bit of comfort to buy a bit of speed. Overall: Given that you can pick them up for around £30, the Response Competition has to offer some of the best value for money
In short:Full forefoot Adiprene for cushioning and perforated Climacool upper
In short:Includes Adidas' Pro-Moderator wrap for stability fiftydollarshoes: GREAT SHOW EVEN FOR TRAINING. Strengths: Stability, weight. Weaknesses: Stability, weight. Overall: I use this shoe from training because its light has great control and is not as 'chunky' as most shoes....
In short:Light racer with Climacool upper dpryce: VERY FAST SHOES BUT MAY NOT LAST LONG! Strengths: speed, springy feel, light! 200g in size 7.5 Weaknesses: speed, springy feel, light! 200g in size 7.5 Overall: I like these shoes a lot for distances up to about 10K. I have only r...
In short:Advice on training schedules, technique, relays, and preparing for competition over distances up to 400m Full Review: Advice on training schedules, technique, relays, and preparing for competition over distances up to 400m.
In short:This is the only book a runner needs – it has advice for every step of a runner’s development Full Review: This is the only book a runner needs – it has advice for every step of a runner’s development. Tmap: SOME GREAT INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES, BUT NOT SO GOOD AS A WHOLE Stre...
In short:This guide offers sensible, healthy, expert advice on running, for the true beginner, the recreational runner or the competitive racer. It provides information to help you start and to continue, and if you want, to excel - and reap
In short:A guide to competitive marathoning. It includes day-to-day training schedules and explains the scientific principles behind the training. Topics such as nutrition, hydration, recovery and fitting training around a full-time workload
of running; goal-setting for competitive runners; developing a plan for total body fitness; strategies for successful racing from the 800-metre through the marathon; integrating psychological and physiological aspects of athlete development; and stress
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