Month: March 2018

The Best Little Book On Strategies For Starting Barefoot Running

***This guide is a customized set of articles from “The Best Book On How To Barefoot Run”. Check it out!*** WHAT YOU’LL LEARN-The dangers of barefoot running-Avoiding injuries during your first barefoot runs-A training schedule for beginners

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Run like an Indian: Thinking outside the (Shoe) Box

Born to Run, from 2009, rediscovered the descendants of the ancient Aztec runner society, the Tarahumara. Most who are truly into running have read this by now. But the Tarahumara were not the only tribal runners who held…

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The Minimalist Runner

Tools For Developing Good Form And Running Injury-Free A Practical Guide To Understanding And Using Minimalist Running Shoes To Develop Good Running Form The Natural Running Revolution Has Started Learn how to use minimalist running shoes as tools…

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The Best Book On How To Barefoot Run (Safe Preparation Strategies For Running Without Shoes)

Personal fitness coach Charlie Reid, B.S., CSCS, CPT, and personal trainer and coach Josh Leeger, M.S., NASM-CPT, break down the details and benefits of barefoot running. Experience the joy, increased health, and fitness benefits of the increasingly popular…

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Summary and Analysis of Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen: Based on the Book by Christopher McDougall (Smart Summaries)

So much to read, so little time? This brief overview of Born to Run tells you what you need to know—before or after you read Christopher McDougall’s book. Crafted and edited with care, Worth Books set the standard…

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Low-Mileage Running: Run Faster, Injury Free!

Low-Mileage Running is a short guide to running faster, injury free. It focuses on avoiding injury while optimizing your training. Low-Mileage Running provides practical training advice, workouts, and sample training plans for the 5k to Marathon. From the…

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Marathon: You Can Be a Runner A Minimalist Approach for Training and Completing Your Best Half or Full Marathon: Run Pain-Free and Run Powerfully

Marathon is the all inclusive eGuide to your best half or full 26.2 mile marathon. Build lean muscle and eliminate fat with the total body strength training protocol outlined in this eBook. The minimalist approach outlined in Marathon…

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Run Simple: A Minimalist Approach to Fitness and Well-Being

In this age of instant information and new technologies, marathoner and fitness instructor Duncan Larkin recommends that runners get rid of their iPods, pace calculators, and heart monitors while exercising. Rather than helping a runner to improve, the…

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Running for Better: A Story about Running to Live and Think Better

A Story about Running to Think and Live better Do you feel like you have yet to reach your potential? Have you developed a mindset that makes you resilient to injuries, bad habits or lack of motivation?  ‘Running…

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Minimalist’s Guide to Running an Ultramarathon: Finish Your Ultra by Training Smarter, Not Harder!

Why do so many runners who start an ultramarathon not finish? How can you give yourself the best chance of finishing a 50 or 100 mile race? Do you really need to run 50-100 mile weeks to finish…

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