and speed you could never have imagined possible, The Runner's World[registered] Complete Guide to Beginning Running covers every aspect of the sport. There is guidance on nutrition, injury prevention and cross training; there are motivating real
In short:Each year the thousands of women runners who are pregnant or have just had a baby hear conflicting advice from friends, family, even from doctors. These women have had nowhere to turn for accurate, up to date information. The Runners World
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In short:A handbook for runners wanting to venture off-road, with photos to inspire you do just that Full Review: A handbook for runners wanting to venture off-road, with photos to inspire you do just that.
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In short:Fact- and statistics-ladden biography of the Czech runner, famed for his mammoth training sessions and multiple Olympic titles Full Review: Fact- and statistics-ladden biography of the Czech runner, famed for his mammoth training sessions
In short:From a major figure in the running world comes a compendium of information and anecdotes about a life in motion. Champion marathon runner Amby Burfoot has created a distinctive resource to help runners run better, faster and farther. Full
and trails each week. Runners World columnist John "The Penguin" Bingham has become a spokesman of celebrity status in running circles because he was a sedentary being before discovering the joys of running. In No Need For Speed he introduces the first ever
In short:Olympic athlete Jeff Galloway shows how amateur runners can use the same training principles followed by world-class runners. He tells beginners how to get started, explains his ideas on stress and rest, and reveals secrets for running
In short:No single volume has ever examined in depth the history of the Olympic marathon, or why thousands of runners line up across the world to run those 26.2 miles each year. With the Olympic Games returning, for the first time in a century
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