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Regardless of skill level, readers will no doubt be inspired to hit the trails with confidence. Trailhead is wildly entertaining and provides just enough depth to be a good resource.
Running and fitness expert Matt Fitzgerald lays out a fresh approach to training in which runners do 80% of their runs at a low intensity and only 20% at moderate or high intensity.
No offense to Hal Koerner, a great coach who's written some fabulous work for Outside and Trail Runner magazines, but this volume feels like he's recycling those articles.
Kings of the Road focuses on a unique road race across Cape Cod to chronicle a rivalry that exemplifies the golden age of running in America.
After a disappointing finish in the 1952 Olympics in Helsinki, in which he set a British record in the 1500 meters but placed fourth and did not win a medal, Roger Bannister returned to his native England with a single goal in mind—the four-minute mile.
Don’t call Monika Kørra a victim. In 2009 the college sophomore and track star at SMU was abducted and brutally raped by three armed men, but that tragic event will not define her.