Putting One Foot in Front of the Other - Lessons Learned in 30 Years of Running (PDF version)
Putting One Foot in Front of the Other - Lessons Learned in 30 Years of Running is a compilation of time-tested advice for getting the most of your running. Inside you'll find tips on many "soft skills" of running that experienced runners learn over time, but that many "how-to" running books don't cover. The book includes chapters on such topics as how to build your confidence as a runner, how to recover properly from your workouts, race tactics, and how to avoid and treat common running injuries. You'll also find sections on the most common training tools that runners use such as how to design and interval workout, how to include hill training (one of the secrets of the top African runners) into your program, and the answer to the common question of, "How fast should I go on my daily runs?" Whether you're a new, intermediate or advanced runner, Putting One Foot in Front of the Other offers tips that will help make your running easier and better.