Better Runs: 25 Years' Worth of Lessons for Running Faster and Farther

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Human Kinetics, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 247 pages
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In Better Runs, Joe Henderson shows why he is the runner's writer. Drawing on 25 years of editorial work for Runner's World, more than a dozen books, countless articles, and more than 700 races, Henderson shares what he and others have learned about running over the past quarter century. Better Runs is both an inspirational and instructional book that will boost your motivation, performance, and enjoyment as a runner. The book is filled with anecdotes and insights on training, racing, and much, much more.

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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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