Run faster, run smarter with the latest advice from the pros at runner’s world.
The sport of running is ever changing, be it the shoes we wear or the goals we set, the training methods we use or the role models we emulate. But there is one constant: For 40 years, Runner’s World magazine has been recognized worldwide as the leading authority on running. Now the collective wisdom of the most savvy running writers, coaches, and editors can be found in Runner’s World Complete Book of Running. Whether you are a beginner or veteran runner, here is advice - both timeless and cutting-edge - guaranteed to maximize your performance and enjoyment. Inside you’ll find in-depth coverage of training and racing including:
A surefire plan to get beginners hooked on running
15 surprising foods to boost your running performance
A proven plan to increase speed by training less
Tips from triathletes to maximize your training efficiency
A woman’s encyclopedia of running
The big five running injuries and how to prevent them
An innovative running plan for weight-loss
Cross-training exercises that strengthen your core
How to train for your first half-marathon
Mental training tips for running a smart marathon
Packed with valuable advice from running’s top experts on everything from building strength, speed, and endurance to nutrition and injury-prevention, Runner’s World Complete Book of Running is the audiobook you’ll turn to again and again to answer all of your running questions.
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Great comprehensive book for running beginners
- Sunil Mumbai
A cheap way to make an audiobook...
This book is a compilation of articles taken from Runner's World magazine. The good thing is that there is a lot of good information contained in all of the articles that are read. The downside, though, is that it lacks a cohesive nature. As you would expect, articles written by different authors contain different content and are relaying that author's particular style/method/best practices. Unfortunately, these do not always mesh with one another (conflicts across articles) and when they do, you listen to the same content repeatedly (repetition across articles). I was hoping for a good detailed immersion into running. That detail is definitely there, but you have to pick it out from the repetition and conflicts.