Lore of Running

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Leisure Press, 1991 - Running - 804 pages
22 Reviews
This updated version of Lore of Running covers everything runners, trainers, and coaches want to know about running from physiology, training, and history to health and medical considerations. Author Timothy Noakes, himself a runner, research scientist, and physician, presents comprehensive information that is firmly based on science but written in a down-to-earth way that every layperson can understand.

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User Review  - Francine - Goodreads

This is my running bible. This books made so much sense from a personal point of view. Anatomy of a long distance runner vs a sprinter's anatomy. Also, how genes play a major role in our performance ... Read full review

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User Review  - Emma Black - Goodreads

What I thought about this book is that this is the end all be all for runners in my opinion. It covers everything you ever wanted to know about running. I recommend it for any runner or coach with a passion for running. Like a bible for runner's :) Read full review

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