Run Smart

Author: John Brewer
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9781472939692
Release Date: 2017-09-21
Genre: Sports & Recreation

Renowned marathon expert and leading sports scientist Professor John Brewer reveals why many of the concepts surrounding marathon training and running are wrong - and suggests how the latest sports science research transforms the way marathons should be approached. Run Smart uses the latest scientific research to show how preparing for, and running, marathons can be made easier, and in doing so challenges many of the myths that surround marathon running. The book will draw on the author's experience as one of the UK's leading sports scientists, his extensive research background in marathon running, and his experience as a marathon runner, to provide credible advice to runners to support their preparation for a marathon. The book will challenge many current concepts, myths and ideas, and provide science-based alternatives in areas such as training and nutrition that will optimise and ease a runner's preparation for, and completion of, the 26.2 mile distance. This highly accessible book will use the latest scientific findings to support new runners training for their first marathon and help more experienced athletes improve and train smarter.

Running Free of Injuries

Author: Paul Hobrough
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 9781472913814
Release Date: 2016-09-08
Genre: Medical

The ultimate pain-to-personal-best guide to running injuries, covering prevention, detection and rehabilitation. Runners suffer from the highest injury rates of all recreational athletes. Whether you are a novice or elite-level runner, guide yourself through a step-by-step process of avoiding and managing injury and get yourself safely to the start and finish lines. Written by a globally respected physiotherapist who has worked with Olympic and World Champion athletes, Running Free of Injuries will help runners to understand their body, identify weaknesses and develop a natural defence against injury. The book covers the most common running injuries that occur to the foot, ankle, lower leg, hip, knee and pelvis and includes key exercises applicable to all levels of fitness.

Running Science

Author: Owen Anderson
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9781492581376
Release Date: 2018-11-15
Genre: Sports & Recreation

More than 50 years ago, New Zealand’s Arthur Lydiard started using terms like base training, periodization, and peaking. His U.S. counterpart, Bill Bowerman, brought Lydiard’s term for what until then had been called roadwork, or jogging, to the States. Soon after, the 1970s running boom started, spurred by exercise-advocating research from the growing fields of exercise science and sports medicine and from enthusiasts such as Jim Fixx, author of The Complete Book of Running. One of Bowerman’s former runners at the University of Oregon, Phil Knight, saw to it that those millions of new runners had swoosh-adorning footwear designed specifically for their sport. The pace of knowledge enhancement and innovation has, in fact, been so brisk through the years that even highly informed runners could be excused for not keeping up, but no longer. Running Science is a one-of-a-kind resource: • An easily comprehended repository of running research • A wealth of insights distilled from great sport and exercise scientists, coaches, and runners • A do-it-right reference for a host of techniques and tactics • An array of the most credible and widely used training principles and programs • Perhaps most of all, a celebration of the latest science-based know-how of running, now truly the world’s most popular sport Running Research News and Training Update editor Owen Anderson presents this comprehensive work in a compelling way for runners. A PhD and coach himself, Anderson has both a great enthusiasm for sharing what scientific studies offer the running community and a keen sense of what’s really important for today’s informed runners to know.

Run Fast

Author: Hal Higdon
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 1579542697
Release Date: 2000-09-30
Genre: Sports & Recreation

Offers a complete guide to running for fitness and fun, discussing how to develop the body to run faster and showing how short distance speed can shorten workouts, translate into long distance speed, and hasten weight loss.

Marathoning for Mortals

Author: John Bingham
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 1579547826
Release Date: 2003-05-02
Genre: Sports & Recreation

As "Runner's World's" columnist and poster child for adult-onset athletes, John "the Penguin" Bingham offers the ultimate introduction to long-distance running and walking.

Kid Normal

Author: Greg James
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9781681199535
Release Date: 2018-06-19
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

A hilarious, illustrated middle-grade adventure about a superhero with no superpowers! "Should appeal to readers who enjoy the Captain Underpants and Wimpy Kid series.†? - School Library Connection When Murph Cooper begins his new school several weeks into the year, he can't help but feel a bit out of his depth. And it's not because he's worried about where to sit, making friends, and fitting in. It's because his mom has accidentally enrolled him at a school for superheroes. And unlike his fellow students, who can control the weather or fly or conjure tiny horses from thin air, Murph has no special abilities whatsoever. But Murph's totally normal abilities might just be what the world needs. Because not far away is a great big bad guy who is half man and half wasp, and his mind is abuzz with evil plans . . . and when he comes after the best and the brightest, it's up to Murph to be the real hero. With black-and-white illustrations throughout, this laugh-out-loud story proves that heroes come in all shapes and sizes.

Eating Well to Win

Author: Richard Ingraham
Publisher: Mango Media Inc.
ISBN: 9781633535879
Release Date: 2017-09-23
Genre:


Running for Women

Author: Danica Newon
Publisher: Rockridge Press
ISBN: 1623156394
Release Date: 2015-10-30
Genre: Sports & Recreation

Down-to-Earth Tips to Embrace Running--at Your Own Pace After losing her mother to cancer, Danica Newon reignited her relationship with running and rediscovered how running provided balance in all areas of her life. Now a high school track coach, Newon shows why running is worth every mile in Running For Women. Runners lose weight, boost energy, get leaner, develop discipline, and cultivate healthy relationships. Newon knows that running for beginners can be intimidating. Running For Women will help you ditch the excuses and commit to a healthy running practice, at any age, any level. This info-packed runner's resource features useful lifestyle tips, targeted running schedules, and valuable injury prevention strategies to get you started. Stay prepped at every step, with: Expert stories and valuable tips from master marathoners Running gear and gadget must-haves for a smooth run Fuel-friendly recipes that cover pre-run to post-run Tips for running while pregnant and running with baby Running For Women is the book you need to read before you hit the trails or the treadmill.

Body by Science

Author: John Little
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071597204
Release Date: 2009-01-11
Genre: Sports & Recreation

Building muscle has never been faster or easier than with this revolutionary once-a-week training program In Body By Science, bodybuilding powerhouse John Little teams up with fitness medicine expert Dr. Doug McGuff to present a scientifically proven formula for maximizing muscle development in just 12 minutes a week. Backed by rigorous research, the authors prescribe a weekly high-intensity program for increasing strength, revving metabolism, and building muscle for a total fitness experience.

The Athlete s Guide to Sports Supplements

Author: Kimberly Mueller
Publisher: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 9780736093699
Release Date: 2013
Genre: Health & Fitness

Presents a guide to sports supplements, providing descriptions, benefits, dosage recommendations, research studies and outcomes, and possible health concerns.

Run for Your Life

Author: Mark Cucuzzella, MD
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 9781101946312
Release Date: 2018-09-18
Genre: Health & Fitness

The first running book by a leading pioneering running doctor and athlete, creator of the Air Force's Efficient Running program--the result of more than three decades of study, practice, and science that shows us in clearly illustrated and accessible text how easy it is to run efficiently and injury-free, whether you're in your twenties, sixties, or seventies--for beginning runners and experienced marathoners. In Run for Your Life, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella explains the simple mechanics of how our bodies have evolved and adapted to run. Despite our natural ability and our human need to run, each year more than half of all runners suffer injuries. Pain and discouragement inevitably follow. Cucuzzella's book outlines the proven, practical techniques to avoid injury and reach the goal of personal fitness and overall health. His book--the first running book to be written by a professor of medicine with the credibility of the Air Force behind him--gives us a straightforward, easy-to-follow look at the anatomy, biomechanics, nutrition, and/or clinical medicine with clear drawings and black-and-white photographs. The book provides illustrated exercises designed to teach healthy running, along with simple progressions, a weekly/monthly schedule detailing common mistakes, and cautions that allow the reader to tailor the training regime to individual needs and abilities. With an annotated list of videos and other innovative, book-Internet links. The proceeds from RUN FOR YOUR LIFE will go to support Mark Cucuzzella's community work through his non-profit organization, Eastern Area Health Education Center/Freedoms Run.

To the Finish Line

Author: Chrissie Wellington
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9781472124999
Release Date: 2017-09-07
Genre: Health & Fitness

Being mentored by Chrissie Wellington would be a dream for any triathlete. In To The Finish Line Chrissie presents her distilled wisdom, hard-won over the course of her extraordinary career, to give all triathletes the chance to learn from the very best. Chrissie writes with emotional honesty, and her warmth and sense of humour also shine through. She speaks frankly about her own experiences - both good and bad - from her career. Such stories will be a source of great inspiration to readers. The book will also be an invaluable practical resource for triathletes. It contains a significant amount of easily-applicable advice on subjects ranging from training tips through to mental strength, transition techniques and nutrition.

Reborn on the Run

Author: Catra Corbett
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 9781510729032
Release Date: 2018-05-15
Genre: Sports & Recreation

Aside from her rock star looks, Catra Corbett is a standout in the running world on her accomplishments alone. Catra is the first American woman to run over one hundred miles or more on more than one hundred occasions and the first to run one hundred and two hundredmiles in the Ohlone Wilderness, and she holds the fastest known double time for the 425-miles long John Muir Trail, completing it in twelve days, four hours, and fifty-seven minutes. And, unbelievably, she's also a former meth addict. After two years of addiction, Catra is busted while selling, and a night in jail is enough to set her straight. She gives up drugs and moves back home with her mother, abandoning her friends, her boyfriend, and the lifestyle that she came to depend on. Her only clean friend pushes her to train for a 10K with him, and surprisingly, she likes it?and decides to run her first marathon after that. In Reborn on the Run, the reader keeps pace with Catra as she runs through difficult terrain and extreme weather, is stalked by animals in the wilderness, and nearly dies on a training run but continues on, smashing running records and becoming one of the world?s best ultrarunners. Along the way she attempts suicide, loses loved ones, falls in love, has her heartbroken, meets lifelong friends including her running partner and dachshund TruMan, and finally faces the past that led to her addiction.

Living the High Performance Life

Author: Joseph Gagnon
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1979203067
Release Date: 2017-11-09
Genre:

You Can Do More Than You Think You Can! The stories and practices Joe shares with you are drawn from his own personal experience. While he has led a life that has been extraordinary by some measures, he was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth, nor with much more than average physical or mental talents. No one sets out to be remarkable. Our lives are just "our lives." However, the principles and practices in this book will inspire you to make conscious choices to create your own version of a remarkable life.