Marathon: The Ultimate Training and Racing Guide

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Rodale Press, 1993 - Marathon running - 207 pages
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Sixty-two-year-old marathon runner Higdon offers an action-packed guide for beginning and experienced marathoners, which includes training secrets from top coaches and exercise physiologists, coupled with Higdon's personal training advice. Tables and training plans.

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Though the running boom appears to have peaked and even tapered off somewhat, the marathon is still the ultimate running experience for many runners. Higdon's book, although well written, offers very ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Hal Higdon is an award-winning author of more than thirty-four books, including the best-seller "Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide "and "Leopold & Loeb: The Crime of the Century.

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