Bill Rodgers and Priscilla Welch on masters running and racing

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Rodale Press, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 178 pages
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Whether running a 5-K for the first time or training for a marathon, runners over 40 will gain valuable insight into successful training, running, and racing from Bill Rodgers and Priscilla Welch, two of the world's most fmaous masters. The ultimate guide for runners over 40. 6 photographs.

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Three running luminaries collaborate here to offer advice and inspiration to masters (40 and over) runners. Journalist Henderson, editor of Runner's World , weaves together insights and personal ... Read full review

Contents

Priscillas Eight Great Years
8
Breaking the Age Barrier
27
Learning to Run Smarter
46
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Joe Henderson is a former editor of Runner's World (1970-77) and a prolific author, with 22 previous books on running and fitness. He was RRCA's Journalist of the Year both in 1979 and in 1997--the only person to receive this distinction twice--and he has been a member of the RRCA Hall of Fame since 1979. Henderson is highly regarded in the running community and is currently the West Coast editor of Runner's World. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

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