On the Run: Exercise and Fitness for Busy People

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Rodale Press, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 226 pages
Using a wealth of anecdotes and practical wisdom, Grete Waltz offers advice on how to motivate yourself, how to develop a sensible exercise program, how to eat right when traveling or during a jam-packed day, how to cross train to keep enthusiasm high, and how to make fitness a family affair.

Grete has answers for harried people, runners and non-runners alike, who think they don't have time for exercise. No one should be without this guide to living a healthier, less stressful life.

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About the author (1997)

Grete Waitz is widely regarded as one of history's greatest marathoners. Winner of the New York City Marathon a record nine times, she makes her home in Oslo, Norway, where she continues to run and train marathoners.

Gloria Averbuch is a competitive runner and the author of The New York Road Runners Complete Book of Running & Fitness. She lives in Upper Montclair, New Jersey.

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