Month: April 2018

Running for Dogs: Unleashing Your Best Fitness Partner

Is it possible to:Give your dog a job, a hobby or simply a way to relax? Get your dog exercised without spending 1 hour in a dog park?Spend more time with them without changing your schedule? Definitely –…

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Daniels’ Running Formula

Get in the best shape of your running career with the help of Daniels’ Running Formula, the book that Runner’s World magazine calls the best training book. Premier running coach Jack Daniels provides you with his legendary VDOT…

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Running: The ultimate guide to start running with easy to follow training plans for beginners (running for beginners, running books, marathon training, … training, 3k training, 5 and 10k training)

Are you ready to start running Start to run today! This book is for people who want to run anything between a 5k race and a marathon, but don’t know how to go about it. This book offers…

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Running for Potato Chips – Overcome Your Dread of Running with Surprisingly Simple Motivational Secrets and Unique Running Tips (Beginners Running Book)

I do it for an absolutely unimpressive reason: I run for potato chips…Well, alright to be entirely accurate – I do it for nachos, cashews and cheese curls. I also lace up my shoes for doughnuts, cupcakes and…

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Running Rewired: Reinvent Your Run for Stability, Strength, and Speed

In Running Rewired, America’s leading endurance sports physical therapist and coach shares a program for runners to become stronger, faster, and more durable. Jay Dicharry distills cutting-edge biomechanical research into 15 workouts any runner can slot into their…

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Still Not Bionic: Adventures In Unremarkable Ultrarunning

If running extreme distances is as much about mental endurance as physical, how do you keep going when your internal monologue turns against you? That was the simple question Ira Rainey faced when the darkness of depression cast…

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North American Ultrarunning: A History

North American Ultrarunning: A History explores the rich heritage of ultradistance running stretching back thousands of years; the Americas were originally peopled by nomads on foot. The book documents ultradistance feats by Native Americans, the earliest European explorers…

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Rim to Rim to Rim, The Grand Canyon: A non Runners guide to Ultra running

A Ultra Running guide to the Rim to Rim to Rim run of the Grand Canyon.

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The Extra Mile: One Woman’s Personal Journey to Ultrarunning Greatness

One year after her astonishing victory at the Badwater Ultramarathon, Pam Reed again made distance running history when she braved the hottest weather in years–135 degrees–to successfully defend her title. How does this 100-pound mother and stepmother of…

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Out There: A Story of Ultra Recovery

David Clark went from the rock bottom of bankruptcy, addiction and obesity to becoming an accomplished athlete. In this compelling story of his life, he not only shares his journey with complete honesty, but he also lays out…

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