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Inspiration And Motivation For Runners

Author : Ali Clarke
ISBN : 9781783725410
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 45.47 MB
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‘Every day is a good day when you run.’ Kevin Nelson RUN MORE – RUN BETTER – RUN NOW! This colourful little book of uplifting quotes and tailored tips delivers motivational sparks and hearty encouragement for runners. Read it, run with it, use it as a training weight – whatever you do it, the aim is simple: to get you running!
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Runner S Devotional

Author : Dana Niesluchowski
ISBN : 1414366000
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 36.41 MB
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Ever wondered if there’s a purpose to your running and what it has to do with your spiritual life? The Runner’s Devotional will inspire you in your faith while encouraging you to excel at the sport you love! This book is for runners of all levels—casual and avid, competitive and recreational—who want to improve their running skills, attain personal running goals, and grow closer to God. Fifty-two devotional readings will keep runners motivated, inspired, and running in the right direction, both on and off the road, through life’s many peaks and valleys. Each devotional includes an inspirational reading, a personal story from a runner, Scripture application, running tips, and questions to consider. Additional features include health and fitness tips, and weekly runner’s logs.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Runner S Book Of Daily Inspiration

Author : Kevin Nelson
ISBN : 0809229625
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 41.7 MB
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Sometimes it is hard to go that extra mile or run for more minutes than the day before. Even the most dedicated runner needs an extra push. The Runner's Book of Daily Inspiration uses positive thinking, humor, and practical training advice coupled with a daily affirmation or resolution to give runners reinforcement and support on those lazy, rainy, or otherwise uninspired days.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Runner S World Training Journal

Author : Kandi Nelson
ISBN : 1678645869
Genre :
File Size : 51.34 MB
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Running log features lots of space for recording times, date, distance, hour, and notes Get on the right track and speed past your running goals. Flexible dates so you can log at your own pace. Whether you're aiming for a faster time, long-distance, or just to have more fun, this journal supports your journey as a runner. lets you log your runs so you can follow your progress week-to-week. The modern design makes it easy to write down. Stay motivated with a list of your goals and personal records. Going strong? Get a pick-me-up on motivation Practical tips? Weekly tips and fun facts help you improve your running skills and take care of your body. Focus your body and mind to reach your running goals. Size: 6 x 9 inches Page: 100 pages
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Runner S World

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ISBN : IND:30000125072011
Genre : Running
File Size : 61.69 MB
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Category: Running

101 Reasons To Love Running

Author : Tyler Moore
ISBN : 9781483438474
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 72.12 MB
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This book summarizes 101 reasons why we love running so much. I hope this book serves as extra inspiration and motivation to meet and exceed running and racing goals. For beginner runners, or people that don't run as often as they should, maybe these reasons can be a wake-up call to be more active.
Category: Self-Help

Running Past Fifty

Author : Gail Waesche Kislevitz
ISBN : 9781510736306
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 77.64 MB
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Running brings joy and health benefits to all participants, especially those of the baby boomer generation. But when legs get sore, joints feel achy, and old age creeps up, sometimes senior runners need a little extra motivation to get out of the door and on the road. In Running Past Fifty, lifelong runner Gail Waesche Kislevitz provides helpful tips and motivation from thirty-six runners aged fifty or older. Presenting time-tested recommendations, Kislevitz interviews some of the nation’s greatest senior runners. Included here are exclusive interviews with greats such as Ed Whitlock, who, at the age of eighty-five, set an age-division world record of 3:56 in the marathon; Bill Rodgers, winner of four Boston Marathons and four New York City Marathons; George Hirsch, chairman of New York Road Runners; Olympian and author Jeff Galloway; world record holder Sid Howard; and runner and women’s pioneer runner and advocate Kathrine Switzer And legendary runners aren’t the only ones running well into seniority. Kislevitz also offers motivational stories from average runners who hit the pavement frequently and refuse to let their age stop them from competing regularly. Baby boomer runners may be slower than they once were, but they show no signs of slowing down. Inspiring and insightful, Running Past Fifty is the perfect read for every one of them.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Complete Guide To Running

Author : Earl W. Fee
ISBN : 9781841261621
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 22.96 MB
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In The Complete Guide to Running, the secrets of Earl Fee, a world master's champion, are revealed that helped him achieve over 30 world records in running. This material is supported by hundreds of references. Fifteen chapters explain how to improve general physical and mental fitness with major emphasis on mental training, nutrition, physiology, inspiration, and motivation. Ten chapters reveal the how and why of running training for sprinting, middle and long distance, hurdles, and running in the pool. Athletes from 9 to 90 will benefit from this information since all are bound by the same training principles. Precautions and training are explained for the extreme young and old.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Runner S World Big Book Of Running For Beginners

Author : Jennifer Van Allen
ISBN : 9781609615376
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 86.81 MB
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Every day, people are reaching their get-up-or-give-up moments and resolving to change. And they’re realizing that running is the simplest, cheapest, and most effective way to lose weight, gain confidence, and relieve stress. For newcomers, the obstacles are fierce. There are fears of pain and embarrassment. There are schedules jam-packed with stressful jobs, long commutes, endless meetings, and sticky-fingered toddlers.The Runner’s World Big Book of Running for Beginners provides all the information neophytes need to take their first steps, as well as inspiration for staying motivated. The book presents readers with tips for smart nutrition and injury prevention and includes realistic training plans that enable beginning runners to achieve gradual progress (by gearing up for a 30-minute run, a 5-K, or even a 5-miler). Above all, it will show newbies just how fun and rewarding the sport can be, thanks to the help of several "real runner" testimonials.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Chicken Soup For The Soul Running For Good

Author : Amy Newmark
ISBN : 9781611592900
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 58.22 MB
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Whether you want to get moving, or keep moving, you need inspiration. Novice walkers and seasoned runners alike will find that inspiration, and so much more, in these stories written by those who know that the toughest step to take in any walk or run is the first. Beginning an athletic pursuit like running or walking for fitness takes a good deal of motivation, determination, and inspiration, all of which can be found in these 101 real-life stories. Written by people who took that all-important, and elusive, first step, these stories will not only help readers get off the couch and get moving, but they’ll inspire even the most seasoned of athletes to keep moving. Coauthored by the famous ultramarathoner Dean Karnazes, who brings his own advice to readers, as well as stories from some of the best-known runners in the world.
Category: Self-Help

Running For Dummies

Author : Florence Griffith Joyner
ISBN : PSU:000046135445
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 77.54 MB
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A comprehensive reference book by the late Olympian provides an array of tips for runners, including advice on technique, performance, and preparation, as well as remedies for treating common injuries and instructions for preparing a log to track progress. Original.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Holistic Running

Author : Joel Henning
ISBN : PSU:000019878973
Genre : Jogging
File Size : 20.88 MB
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Category: Jogging

Running Heavy

Author : Jeff Grant
ISBN : 9783952466773
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 44.52 MB
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Running Heavy provides you with motivation, inspiration and knowledge to make a huge impact on your running and overall fitness. I wrote this eBook and developed the 2 included 8-week training programs with an intense passion for helping people overcome the same challenges I’ve experienced starting as an overweight runner and completing challenging ultramarathons and endurance events around for the past two and a half decades. Running Heavy offers a powerful 360-degree approach to support two groups of runners – those carrying: 1) Extra Bodyweight: overweight, heavy, big-boned, more bodyfat than you want, need to pass a running test while heavy, worried about your knees. If you feel heavy when you run, you’re covered here. 2) Extra Weight carried, pulled or pushed: athletes who want to build speed, power, durability, and endurance from running with weight vests, prowlers, sleds, tires, buddies and other loads. If your job, sport or training passion involves moving heavy loads quickly with your body, you’re covered here. Learn how to run heavy without getting hurt Coach Grant takes you through an in-depth course on injury prevention, safe technique, realistic and effective progressions and more. You’ll learn the 11 rules of heavy running, why each rule matters, and how to use these rules to run in a way to reach your goals without trashing your body. His program even dives into the mind training topic of mental weight, emotional baggage, body image, ego and other factors that weigh many people down. Whether you are running while overweight or throwing on a weight vest / PPE and dragging a sled, the fundamentals are the same across both groups. The safety considerations, injury prevention, supplemental strength and flexibility work are the same. The progressions and mind game tactics are all the same. You may even find yourself in both groups at one or more points in your life. There is no program like this that approaches weighted running holistically, from equipment to progressions, from mind to body, from knowledge to full training plans. You’ll never view running heavy the same after completing the Running Heavy program. Training Plans, Workout Libraries and Mind Hacks This program includes two separate 8-week training programs, a library of workouts for weight vests, sleds and other loads, and a toolbox full of mind training tools. For those interested in exercise science, Running Heavy draws from the key studies in this relatively young field of study. The programming is based on science as well as Coach Grant’s 25+ years of experience finishing and coaching runners to finish some of the most extreme races on the planet. About the Coach Coach Jeff Grant has trained Navy SEALs, Professional Athletes, Law Enforcement Officers, Celebrities and MORE! Jeff trains in the Swiss Alps where he lives and coaches Tier 1 Clients and leads adventure travel expeditions around the globe.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Focus On Fitness

Author : Nicholas J. Karolides
ISBN : UOM:49015001444273
Genre : Medical
File Size : 74.85 MB
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Discusses all aspects of physical fitness including such aspects as cardiovascular health, muscular strength, flexibility, nutrition, eating and training disorders, and fitness fads
Category: Medical

Monday Motivation

Author : Shelley English
ISBN : 1797842900
Genre :
File Size : 81.28 MB
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Monday Motivation: 52 Weeks of Inspiration to Keep Moving is a running journal that isn't just for runners. With colorful weekly motivational quotes from authors, artists, entrepreneurs, poets, actors, musicians, podcasters, as well as coaches and runners, this undated journal is ideal for anyone looking for encouragement to keep moving, while capturing their dreams and achieving their goals. Includes colorful graphics with wisdom from: Kathrine Switzer, Henry Ford, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Lucille Ball, Kara Goucher, Jimmy Buffett, and more.
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Dare To Run

Author : Amit Sheth
ISBN : 9789380392127
Genre : Comrades Marathon
File Size : 86.14 MB
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Dare to run is the inspiring story of Amit and Neepa Sheth, a husband-wife duo who took up running as a sport in their late 30s. In a collection of essays written over five years, Amit, a self acclaimed couch potato takes us long with him on an incredible journey of determination, discovery, courage, self-awareness and self-belief. He takes us with him from his first, almost fatal, 200 meter jog on a beach in Mumbai, to the finish line of The Ultimate Human Race: the 89 km Comrades Ultra Marathon in South Africa. Along the way, Amit uses a combination of poetry, philosophy and scriptures to explain his unique perspective on life, religion, spirituality and running. This is a book not just about running but about the need to relentlessly follow your dreams and passions, no matter what they may be. It is a book which encourages you to be the best you can be in all walks of life while at the same time maintaining a certain sense of balance and appreciation for the beauty of existence. It encourages you to enjoy the gift of life to its fullest. The essays describe the journey of an ordinary husband-wife team doing extraordinary feasts, while having to balance family, work, training and injuries. This is a book from which a novice runner will draw inspiration and motivation and it also a book in which an elite athlete will recognize his own strengths and weaknesses. It describes how ordinary people push the limits of their ability to achieve their goals, passions and dreams and it will inspire the reader to do the same. It is a book to be read not only by those who run but those who desire to run. It is a book which dares you to run.
Category: Comrades Marathon

Gerry Lindgren S Book On Running

Author : Gerry Lindgren
ISBN : 0615127924
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 26.16 MB
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Gerry Lindgren takes readers through the growth process in distance running, from the back of the pack wimp to one of the world’s best. The book chronicles the rise of Gerry Lindgren from a last-place runner on his high school cross-country to the best high school distance runner of all time. Runners and non-runners alike will find inspiration and motivation in Lindgren’s book.
Category: Sports & Recreation