Jogging with Lydiard
A jogging handbook. It renews Arthur Lydiard's philosophy of jogging, just as it was 40 years ago. It is a guide to why you should jog, if you are not jogging already; how you jog, or jog better if you jog already; and how it holds back the degeneration that does not necessarily have to accompany the advancing years. Lydiard argues that jogging will not stop you growing older but it will help you to grow older more gracefully and with less loss of both physical and mental mobility.
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Your Heart at Work
Heart Murmurs and Malfunctions
Meet Your Enemies
The Biggest Killer Is Your Heart
Fatness Fitness and Fatigue
Where Jogging Was Born
Your Pulse Is Your Health Meter
On Your Way
Why Strain when You Can Run?
Cold Morning Cool Night or on the Way to Work
Temperatures Electrolytes and You
The Things We Need
Diet and the Jogger
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