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  • Author:
    Amby Burfoot,Scott Douglas
  • ISBN:
    1616082968
  • ISBN13:
    978-1616082963
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  • Publisher:
    Skyhorse Publishing (June 29, 2011)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Diets & Weight Loss
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    1136 kb
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    1915 kb
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    1266 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
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Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from twenty years .

Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from twenty years as a running writer, and from the deep connections he’s made with top runners and coaches around the country and around the world. The 250 tips offered here are the next best thing to having a personal coach or an experienced running partner.

Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from twenty years as a. .Douglas has the answers. Lifestyle & Sports Diets Running Self-Help. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Start by marking The Little Red Book of Running as Want to Read . Great little collection here in a handsome book

Start by marking The Little Red Book of Running as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Now, keep in mind that I am an extreme amateur on about a thousand different levels, and this book has been very helpful for helping me to understand more advanced running terms and running techniques. If (when?) I were more advanced, I thin I love running. Great little collection here in a handsome book. Very cool little blurbs about anything and everything running, drummed up out of 20 + years of Scott Douglas talking running with everyone he met who ran at any level! Really good.

The spine remains undamaged.

In The Little Red Book of Running, renowned running writer writer Scott Douglas delivers the advice that he’s compiled from interacting with some of the world’s most distinguished coaches and laureled runners. With 250 tips covering every aspect of running. The spine remains undamaged.

Foreword by Amby Burfoot. In addition to books on popular team sports, we also publish books for a wide variety of athletes and sports enthusiasts, including books on running, cycling, horseback riding, swimming, tennis, martial arts, golf, camping, hiking, aviation, boating, and so much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from . Amby Burfoot won the Boston Marathon in 1968 and joined Runner's World ten years later. In writing this nifty little book, Scott Douglas spells out a lot of what any runner should ever need to know.

Place of Publication. NY, NY. Foreword by. Amby Burfoot. Trade Paperback (US).

In The Little Red Book of Running,rewned running writer writer Scott Douglas delivers the advice that he's compiled from interacting with some of the world's most distinguished coaches and laureled runners. Place of Publication.

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Scott Douglas, Amby Burfoot. In The Little Red Book of Running,renowned running writer writer Scott Douglas delivers the advice that he's compiled from interacting with some of the world's most distinguished coaches and laureled runners

Scott Douglas, Amby Burfoot. In The Little Red Book of Running,renowned running writer writer Scott Douglas delivers the advice that he's compiled from interacting with some of the world's most distinguished coaches and laureled runners.

Scott lives in South Portland, Maine.

He has run more than 100,000 miles since taking up the sport in 1979. Scott lives in South Portland, Maine. In 1968, he won the Boston Marathon, the first American to do so in eleven years. He is the author of The Principles of Running and Runner's World Complete Book of Running. He lives in Emmaus, Pennsylvania. Country of Publication.

Scott Douglas offers the advice he’s gleaned from three decades of running, from twenty years as a running writer, and from the deep connections he’s made with top runners and coaches around the country and around the world. The 250 tips offered here are the next best thing to having a personal coach or an experienced running partner. Douglas includes tips for increasing your daily, weekly, and yearly mileage; advice on increasing your speed and racing faster; useful knowledge on how to stay injury-free and be a healthy runner; and much more. The range of tips means there’s something for any runner—someone looking to start running to get in shape, a competitive high school or college runner, an athlete looking to move into running, or an experienced runner looking to improve his or her time in an up- coming marathon. You have the questions: What running apparel is best? What kind of gear do you need to run in the rain or snow? How do you find time in a busy schedule to run? How can you set and achieve meaningful goals? Douglas has the answers. In a hardcover edition handsome enough to give as a gift, The Little Red Book of Running is more than a handbook—it’s a runner’s new best friend.

Onnell
I love running, but I tend to do it in a vacuum. I don't run with anyone, and I don't pay much attention to form, or running better, or why I should even worry about those things. Well, I didn't pay attention to form or running better until I read this book. Scott Douglas will convince you to run, and to run better, and to run well, and he does it all in a quick and fun read. So often I feel like running writing has a slightly condescending tone, like if you don't know what all the running terminology is, then you must not really be a runner. Thank you, Scott Douglas, for defining all those running terms without ever talking down to the reader, and for letting me know why I need to know them. If you're a new runner, Scott will tell you everything you need to know to get started. If you're a seasoned runner, Scott will make you even better.

It's rare that a book is so readable, and also really does include absolutely everything you need to know. Highly recommended.
Kazigrel
Durante todo el libro, que está separado por capítulos, realiza cita cortas a todo tipo de cuestiones relacionadas con el running. Muy interesante para cuando se quiere leer algo corto, porque estamos esperando el turno en el dentista, antes de ir a dormir, esperando el bus, etc. También a partir de algunos temas cortos, se puede despertar el interés por buscar libros más específicos de ese tema. No me gusta la encuadernación, difícil de abrir y muy pesado por la hojas que tiene, aun cuando es de un formato pequeño.
Bragis
A very good book with a format that might remind other runners of "The Serious Runner's Handbook" Tom Osler. While Osler used a Q&A format, Douglas uses short headings to cover each of the 250 pointers that he gives to runners who are serious about reaching their potential rather than someone who wants to live a running life of excuses. He includes the technical, the motivational, and the lighter side..
Rleyistr
I just start running few months ago and this book gives me so much information on how to deal with it. It helps me to run longer and how to take care of myself before, after and during running. Great stuff!
Delaath
not a "fun" book, but a useful & informative book. the chapters are succinct. which is great. there is no need for any elaborate writing here. it's informative. and while you may already know the information, this is the sort of thing that it helps to be reminded of.
Kemath
This is a great book for runners who are beginning or advanced- the way it is written is very easy to read and understand- it could help any runner on any level- i highly recommend it
Vojar
I love how this book is written. Great tone and great content. I've been running for decades, but now that I'm 40, I can't just go out the door and start running like I used to. This book has taught me a lot about dealing with injuries and how to increase mileage w/o going overboard. I have the hardcover version and it comes in a small handy size, as well. Highly recommend it!
I actually perused through this at the bookstore and had to get it. They don't spend a whole lot of wasted words just to explain all the many simple principles that one should know when they are considering being a runner. Short, sweet, to the point. Loved it from front to back!