Four Months to a Four-hour Marathon (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Jul 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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Let Four Months to a Four-Hour Marathon be your personal trainer. Whether you’re a competitive veteran or a recreational beginner, this essential guide will tell you exactly what to eat, what to wear, what to expect, and how to train. When race day arrives, author Dave Kuehls, contributing editor at Runner’s World and a marathoner himself, will have you in the best shape of your life—physically and mentally. All you have to do is take the first step.

Four Months to a Four-Hour Marathon includes:

• Day-by-day training schedules for 4-hour and 5-hour marathoners
• Detailed diet plans
• The marathoner’s mind-set
• Right and wrong things to wear
• How to pick the right sneakers
• Pain vs. performance—how far to go
• Common pitfalls to avoid—in training and during the race
• A list of the 36 marathons in North America where you can run the fastest times

  

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Just an ok book. I blew threw it, it didn't provide me any great insights. For someone new, it might hold some decent information. Read full review

Contents

WHY 4 HOURS? AND WHY 4 MONTHS?
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INDEX
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Ken Sparks, Ph.D., a former all-American in track and a world-class middle-distance runner, is an associate professor in exercise physiology and health at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also the author of "The Long-Distance Runners' Guide to Training and Racing,"
Dave Kuehls is a senior writer at "Runner's World" magazine.

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