Galloway's Marathon FAQ: Over 100 of the Most Frequently Asked Questions
This book has the direct answers to the most frequently asked questions about training for and running a marathon. Author Jeff Galloway knows these questions well; he averages answering over 100 questions a day. Over a million runners have receives individual coaching, attended a Galloway running school or retreat, read his books or joined one of his training programs. Answers are loaded with direct, practical information based upon the overwhelming success the Jeff has had in giving advice during he 35+ years of coaching. Areas covered are training, nutrition, motivation, female issues, preparing for raceday, race issues, recovery, staying injury free and more. The answers provide thorough information with inspiration. Galloway's training programs experience over 98% success rate for beginners and veteran runners.
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Troubleshooting Problems with Solutions
Nutrition for Training and Racing
The RunWalkRun Method
Training to Finish
Running a Faster Marathon
The Race ItselfChoosing Your Race the Day Before the RaceRace Day
Strengthening Stretching CrossTraining
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