Galloway's Book on Running

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Shelter Publications, Incorporated, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 275 pages
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Olympic athlete Jeff Galloway shows how amateur runners can use the same training principles followed by world-class runners. He tells beginners how to get started, explains his ideas on stress and rest, and reveals secrets for running better. In this completely revised and updated new edition of the classic text on running, Galloway includes training schedules for 5k, 10k, and the increasingly popular half-marathon races, as well as recent insights into motivation, nutrition, and fat burning. Runners at all levels will benefit from this seasoned athletes wisdom.

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User Review  - SavvyEscapades - LibraryThing

This book delivers exactly what it promises. It is the running encyclopedia. Galloway’s approach can be a little slow initially, especially when you see that if you haven’t run at all, he starts you ... Read full review

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User Review  - nebreader - LibraryThing

This book is now in it's second edition and one of the most widely distributed books on the subject of running. This is a comprehensive book covering, history, physiology, training, motivation, racing ... Read full review

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Jeff Galloway is the designer of the Run-Walk-Run low mileage marathon training program, a Runner's World columnist, and an inspirational speaker for more than 200 running and fitness sessions each year. Jeff has worked with hundreds of thousands of runners including participants of run Disney events for which he provides training programs, tips and videos.

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