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(Half) Marathon - The 24 week program
Are you dreaming of an useful training program?
Of a training program wich could help you to reach your aims?
For example to run either the half marathon or the MARATHON?
Here you can get it! Our... More > 24 week program will help you.
The book contains a 24 week program for Half-Marathon.
And 24 week program for Marathon.
With the help of the programs you could:
- Reach the finish line
- Boost your result< Less
Marathon Training Guide
Want to complete your first ever half marathon, or even a full marathon? You need proper guidance and technique to do it!
First of all, your planning must be right. Get a schedule out. Plan the days... More > you exercise. Follow it.
Next, your diet and food. Eat well, sleep well.
There are tons of things to learn and follow. Types of shoes, timing, etc ... That's why I've written this guide for you.
Inside consist of tons of tips, guiding you how to complete your first ever marathon. Get it, read it and follow it! Simple!< Less
The Sub 2 Hour Half Marathon Manifesto
The Sub 2 Hour Half Marathon Manifesto packs enough motivation to inspire half marathoners for years, written by Nathan Pennington, a 2.19 marathoner and former member of the US Army World Class... More > Athlete Program.
It is a motivational guide showing runners step-by-step how to crush the barrier ending in a 12 Week Half marathon plan. Training secrets far too many runners are not using is covered, race pace training, fueling, nutrition and unique strategies for runners to breakthrough.
The manifesto is the most comprehensive motivational guide to get any runner, regardless of background or talent level, under the 2 hour half marathon barrier. Nathan, a former member of the US Army World Class Athlete Program brings over 21 years experience to the manifesto. If you are looking for the proper way to hold pace, enjoy the sport more and find the motivation to earn a breakthrough in your running. The Sub 2 Hour Half Marathon manifesto was written for you.< Less
The Marathon Life
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The Marathon Life is designed for beginner distance walkers and/or joggers who aspire to gain a lifestyle of fitness by training for a marathon or half marathon distance.
I have divided the book... More > into four progressive parts which give the participant time to adapt and enjoy the process of distance training. The content of the book includes duration training together with agility and muscular conditioning, followed by walk to run ratio, resistance and intensity training. The reader has a year of progressive training schedules, with weekly training tips and a journal to record daily progress.
Many beginners who seek to burn body fat are destined to lose weight and reshape since the workouts consist of over 35 minutes of fast movement; be it walking, jogging, or running. To facilitate weight management or loss, a nutritional food plan for the active person is included.
Long distance walking and/or running is a lifestyle of becoming forever fit.< Less
My First Half Marathon - Journal 1 from Ultratortoise
Journal No1 covers my first few running steps from an oversized sofa jockey up to completing my first half marathon, The Great North Run, in late 2010.
This journal is written in plain English. Part... More > personal diary, part training guide and all written for runners and non-runners alike.
Look out for all the Ultratortoise journals which each cover a key running event in my life on the way to becoming an ultrarunner.< Less
Your Best Marathon: A Racing Primer by Marathon Nation
Marathon Race Day is about Execution...Not Fitness!
A great marathon happens when your fitness, your race strategy and your ability to execute your race plan all intersect.
Use Marathon Nation's... More > proven long run guidance, pre-race checklists, pace calculator and post-race analysis tools to make the next big race--whether it's your first or your tenth--your best ever!
More than 45 pages of resources and advice can be yours instantly. Don't wait until it's too late start getting marathon ready today.< Less
Joe's Team: How marathon training plans work when the writer becomes the coach
In 2003, Joe Henderson released the second edition of his book Marathon Training. He based it on his long experience as a runner (marathoner since the 1960s) and writer (longtime columnist for... More > Runner’s World). But at the time of that book’s publication he had never coached marathoners directly. That was about to change. Since 2005, he has coached a team of runners training for marathons, and now details that experience in Joe’s Team. He says, “I write here from the ninth year of this marathon coaching. The completed rounds of training (of four months each) now total 19. The finishes (including multiples by some runners) now top 500 and the finish rate is 99 percent. The program works. This book, taking its title from the team’s name, outlines how that training plan developed, how it has played out for our team hundreds of times over and how it might take you where you want to go as a marathoner.”< Less
Run Right Now: What a half-century of running has taught
Run Right Now. These three little words imply three different meanings. “Right now” can mean correctly, immediately or temporarily. The title can represent running the right way. Not that... More > I have a corner on absolute truths, but the book represents the best ways to run that I know, based on long experience. The title also can stand for running right away. Even as an author I say, don’t spend too much time reading and planning and analyzing. I’d love to hear that a runner read one page and was moved to drop the book and go run right now. And finally the title can mean running right for now. Current practices change along with interests and abilities.
This book is a memoir of lessons learned in a lifetime of running and writing about it. These chapters can’t protect you from making any mistakes of your own. My hope is that you’ll make fewer than I did, that you’ll learn these lessons faster and that they’ll take you farther than I’ve gone with them.< Less
RUN the BEST - Training Programs for all levels
Running is a basic sport!
It doesn't matter wich sport you do. You should run your best. In this e-book you get 5x24 week training program for each level.
1. Beginner (Body Control) Level - For... More > absolute beginners)
2. Starter level - For starter or Re-Starter people
3. Speeding level - A Program to take over your personal best
4. Level of Challenges 1 - Get over the Half Marathon
5. Level of Challenges 2. - Get over the Marathon
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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... More > 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.< Less