Cross-Country Running & Racing

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Meyer & Meyer Verlag, Oct 7, 2010 - Sports & Recreation - 212 pages
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This book presents all of the training necessary to train for cross-country races. Galloway's successful training program explains how to build endurance, train and race on hills, varied terrain running, speed training, race strategies, maximizing performance, and reducing the risk of injury. Teamwork training and racing methods are explained with action plans. Injury prevention and treatment are also covered.

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This is a great book! I agree with every word of it! I practically swear by this program! I definitely would recommend this to any runners or those looking to begin running! Not overly advanced wording- Anybody can understand what he's writing! You'll love it!


Staying Injuryfree
Smart Speedwork Faster Races
PreSeason Conditioning
Training Elements
Beginner or Comeback Runners
VeteranTime Improvement
Racing Strategies for Teams and Individuals
Hill Running Technique FAQs
Getting Better as You Rest the Legs

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\Jeff Galloway was an average teenage runner who kept learning and working harder, until he became an Olympian. He also competed in the International Cross-Country Championships and was a member of the US National Championship team. He is the author of the best-selling running book in North America: “Galloway's Book on Running” and is a “Runner's World” columnist, as well as an inspirational speaker for more than 200 running and fitness sessions each year. He has worked with over 250,000 people in training for specific goals and Galloway's quest for an injury-free marathon training program led him to develop group-training programs in 1978. Galloway is the designer of the walk-run, low-mileage marathon training program (Galloway RUN-WALK method) with a success rate of over 98%.

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