Running Until You're 100

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, Sep 1, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 222 pages
7 Reviews
A guide to running in the later years of life. This volume explains how to take care of your legs and feet, stay motivated, avoid aches and pains, and increase enjoyment. It also includes practical hints and tips on the adjustments that need to be made with age.
  

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Review: Running Until You're 100

User Review  - Christy Keeler - Goodreads

Galloway has some wonderful techniques and his writing is very easily to follow... but, every one of his books seems to say exactly the same thing. Runr-Walk-Run. Go slow. Take it easy. Not much in this book that wasn't in any of his others. Read full review

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User Review  - David - Goodreads

Would have to say easily the best running book I have read, as a person who took up running at 53 and not in any serious form. Covers almost everything to about the right degree for me with emphasis ... Read full review

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Jeff Galloway is the designer of the Run-Walk-Run low mileage marathon training program, a Runner's World columnist, and an inspirational speaker for more than 200 running and fitness sessions each year. Jeff has worked with hundreds of thousands of runners including participants of run Disney events for which he provides training programs, tips and videos.

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