George Sheehan - Psychology - 1996 - 185 pages
The author offers an honest account of his battle against inoperable cancer, describing his pain, fear, and anger at the illness and his impending death and his struggle to ...
George Sheehan - Sports & Recreation - 2013 - 255 pages
Offers medical advice on the mechanics of running, the sensual, mental, emotional, and spiritual joys of running, and methods of training for any sport.
George Sheehan - Sports & Recreation - 1980 - 287 pages
This practical training guide further develops Sheehan's idea that running is a metaphor for life and a path to self-knowledge, and explains how the body's design relates to ...
George Sheehan - Health & Fitness - 1989 - 242 pages
Argues that physical fitness is the foundation for success in life, tells how to make exercise a part of one's lifestyle, and discusses marathons and training
George Sheehan - Sports & Recreation - 2013 - 336 pages
Runners and readers whose connections to the sport date back to the 1970s surely remember Dr. George Sheehan, the New Jersey cardiologist and writer whose unique approach to ...