In short:Tips from the top - Paul Tergat's suggests ways that mere mortals can apply the techniques that have made him a world-beater Full Review: Tips from the top - Paul Tergat's suggests ways that mere mortals can apply the techniques that have made him a world-beater. Mike Je...
In short:With six 16-week training plans Full Review: With six 16-week training plans. Charlotte Richards: A MUST-HAVE BOOK FOR ALL APPREHENSIVE MARATHON BEGINNERS Strengths: Has an amazing ability to reassure at exactly the right moment. Having
In short:Follows a 16-week, four-day-a-week workout plan with emphasis on the psychological aspects of endurance activities Full Review: Follows a 16-week, four-day-a-week workout plan with emphasis on the psychological aspects of endurance
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
In short:Everything you need to know to begin running for pleasure, for health - for life! From the first steps you take (and the shoes you take them in) to building a sound training plan, boosting your endurance and learning to run with an ease
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
In short:Once considered a feat for superhuman athletes alone, the marathon is now within the reach of any ordinary person. Former couch potato and "Runner's World" columnist John Bingham has joined forces with coach Jenny Hadfield to create a plan
' range, very simple to navigate through sections, breaking down the jargon and keeping it simple for beginners. Good 'getting started' training plans as well as plans to help develop established runners beat their PBs. Weaknesses: As expected from
: Jack Daniel's book is the original source of so many training plans for runners whether they're sprinters, middle distance runners or marathoners. He explains, in great detail, why you need intervals, reps and long, slow, steady runs. Best of all, from
mileage plans so if you can manage 30 or up to 100 miles a week into you everyday life theres a plan for you.Easily read and a great reference when planning for a race or season.
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