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41. Running on Faith: The Principles,
42. Running and Philosophy: A Marathon
43. Running QuickBooks in Nonprofits:
44. Running With the Demon (The Word
45. Galloway's Book on Running
46. Sole Sisters: Stories of Women
47. Running Hot (Arcane Society, Book
48. Running Until You're 100, 3rd
49. Running a Restaurant for Dummies
50. Dead Man Running
51. Extreme Running
52. Running Within: A Guide to Mastering
53. Running Meetings: Expert Solutions
54. The Runner's Guide to the Meaning
55. The Courage To Start: A Guide
56. Running for Mortals: A Commonsense
57. Runner's World Complete Book of
58. 50/50: Secrets I Learned Running
59. Green River, Running Red: The
60. Runner's World Guide to Running

41. Running on Faith: The Principles, Passion, and Pursuit of a Winning Life
by Jason Lester, Tim Vandehey
Hardcover: 224 Pages (2010-09-01)
list price: US$25.99 -- used & new: US$13.00
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Asin: 0061965723
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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In 2008, Jason Lester became the first person with a disability to finish the Ultraman World Championship alongside able-bodied competitors. With the use of only three limbs, Jason competed in one of the most demanding endurance races in the world, swimming 6.2 miles, biking 261.4 miles, and running 52.4 miles to the finish line. Jason has completed over seventy triathlons, biathlons, marathons, Ironmans, and Ultramans. In 2009, he became the first male triathlete to win an ESPY Award and the fifteenth athlete in the history of Ultraman to complete both the Ultraman World Championship and Ultraman Canada in the same year.

Yet Jason Lester's life as an athlete almost never happened. When a speeding car ran a red light, a bike ride to the local video store nearly became Jason's last, sending him 130 feet into the air and ultimately to the hospital with twenty broken bones. The pain was intense and long rehabilitation grueling, compounded by the sudden death of his father (his best friend and mentor) and the realization that his right arm was paralyzed. Only twelve years old and struggling to heal amid the grief, Jason miraculously found the strength to fight his way back. Without the use of his arm, he refused to give up the sports he'd grown to love, recommitting himself to life and ultimately surpassing goals that few dared to set.

Running on Faith reveals how to develop the mind-set of a true competitor and includes riveting stories of the precarious and often unforeseen conditions encountered on the race path—jellyfish-infested waters, suffocating heat, and blinding sheets of rain. With passion, dedication, and strength of purpose, Jason shares his experience facing extreme challenges head-on, gleaning insight from each trial. He offers the principles he's learned to live by in order to accomplish his goals and shows how they can be applied to the tests we all face. An inspirational guide to overcoming adversity, recognizing God's guiding hand in our lives, and achieving our dreams, Running on Faith is a spirited testament to the power of faith.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Passionate , Crazy!
I have been following Jason's story online for the past year, and was looking forward in reading Running on Faith.I just picked it up this week and finished it in 2 days.It was an amazing story of courage, strength, passion, and just overcoming the struggles and obstacles that life does put in many of our lives.His story is one that not only inspires, but really made me re-evaluate my own strengths and to make sure I am listening to God, in how he wants me to glorify Him.

At first, some of his notions on giving up family to pursue Ultraman and his calling, somewhat bothered me.But after further reflection and really seeing taking a personal view, I see differently. I have learned through experience and faith,that most the things we put importance on are "earthly" importance.God's calling is much bigger than a wife, kids, job, living the "good life" vs. the "God" life.I'm not suggesting individuals should leave their responsibilities just to pursue a hobby, but I think to many of us get comfortable and forget to listen to Gods direction.Some of the disciples left there families and wives to spread God's love, and life wouldn't be the same right now if those men did not sacrifice time away from there "earthly responsibilities". In the way that Jason describes his passion for God, that he truly believes this is his calling and outreach to show God's glory through using his gifts and disability to inspire thousands of individuals.I would agree it was an obsession if Jason mentioned that it was himself that has succeeded, however, he constantly states it is not him it is God.

Maybe in his next book he will tell more about how he came to God, and what exactly made him devote his life to showing Gods strength through his disability.I recommend this book to any one who wants to read about dedication, belief, surrender, and helping others find God's love.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Man sent from God
Just when you feel like your world has been shattered in a million pieces, Jason Lester comes along with such inspiration to enlighten your darkest days.After hearing his motivational book talk at our local book store and reading his book, Running on Faith, my world became whole again.It was as if he was talking directly to me.The pain in my heart mended and it was as if life became whole again.Jason's incredible faith in God helped him through such trying times in his life."God does not give you what you cannot handle.""Success in anything is about belief, but it's also about knowing that you will reach your goal..."Such a strong man with such a strong heart.His determination and wonderful words of encouragement will send you soaring! This is a MUST read book that will send you on your way to success! A book you can read over and over again.God Bless you always Jason!Thank you for bringing light to my world!

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful testimony - a page turner
Running on Faith is a beautifully written testimony of Jason's faith and how he overcame so much adversity to succeed. I am in awe at all that he went thru. The chapters are well written as lessons for all of us, with an accompanying story. Jason is an inspiration to all. Thank you for sharing your story!

I plan to purchase this book as holiday gifts for my family and friends.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great read!
I enjoyed reading Jason Lester's story and the principles he has learned. It was a quick read but very engaging; it made me want to keep reading. As a relatively new runner, I found it particularly interesting, but the principles that he laid out apply whether you've ever considered running or doing a triathlon or not. There were just a couple of things that kept me from giving it five stars. First, there is no mention of how he went from not believing in God after the death of his father to becoming a believer; I wanted to know that part of his journey along with more about the time between his accident at 12 and starting to become the extreme athlete that he is. Second, the story of his marriage and divorce was sparse; I wanted to know more about why he married and why the marriage ended. Very inspiring story, though, and a book that I will definitely recommend and read again. I was fortunate enough to meet Jason in person and get my copy autographed, so it is NOT going to be loaned out; I'll get another copy for that and some to give as gifts.

2-0 out of 5 stars Amazing and Dissappointing
What Jason Lester did was truly amazing. I loved the stories of his struggles to be able to compete at such a high level. I however expected a much greater emphasis on the Faith aspect of the book. I cannot accept that his Faith would drive him away from his wife and child and friendsin order to complete his athletic goals. He lost many personal relationships due to what appears to me to be an obsession - not a calling. If anything this book motivated me to examine my training and see if it does impact the ones I love - if it does - I will step back from training and choose my relationships and family - not my glory in the competitive arena. I guess that is why I will never be a "high level"Ironman. I will be happy with just finishing.

If you are looking for Faith and Inspiration in a religious aspect - this is not the book for you. If you are looking for great stories of Triathlon races and incredible feats of conquering adversity - this is the book for you.

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42. Running and Philosophy: A Marathon for the Mind (Philosophy for Everyone)
Paperback: 226 Pages (2007-10-29)
list price: US$21.95 -- used & new: US$12.43
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Asin: 1405167971
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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A unique anthology of essays exploring the philosophical wisdom runners contemplate when out for a run. It features writings from some of America’s leading philosophers, including Martha Nussbaum, Charles Taliaferro, and J.P. Moreland.

  • A first-of-its-kind collection of essays exploring those gems of philosophical wisdom runners contemplate when out for a run
  • Topics considered include running and the philosophy of friendship; the freedom of the long distance runner; running as aesthetic experience, and “Could a Zombie Run a Marathon?”
  • Contributing essayists include philosophers with athletic experience at the collegiate level, philosophers whose pasttime is running, and one philosopher who began running to test the ideas in his essay
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great book
Very inspiring and thought provoking. Not only gets your foot out the door but your mind is no longer lazy either! Must read for all thinker/runners.

5-0 out of 5 stars Two different activities that complement each other greatly!
Though I have read very few pop culture & philosophy books all the way through, this is one of the best ones I have read. Not only do many of the essays connect to well known philosophers and ideas, but many other essays seem very original in their thesis and their conclusions. The best part about this book, though, is that nearly all of essays are easily relatable as anyone who has ever done even a short mile or 5K race can instantly understand what the author is talking about when they mention something about running. It doesn't hurt that many of the best authors seem to be runners themselves and imbue their essays with their own personal experiences. However, at times the book suffers from what many pop culture & philosophy books suffer from: essays and ideas that are not explained very well and go way over the heads of the readers. One essay in particular started talking about "zombies" without explaining what he was talking about. It took me half of the essay to figure out what he meant. Overall, while this book won't make you a better runner or be as necessary as a good pair of running shoes, but the topics discussed will keep you thinking on those long runs.

4-0 out of 5 stars Food for thought
Philosophy is the key word in the title. I'm not a philosophic guy generally speaking. The book is made up of many different philosophical view points and then they are equated to running. I think it would be an outstanding resource if I find myself taking Philosophy 101 and have to show how philosophy can effect my daily life.
That being said, I did find many of the essays thought provoking, and I was able to really think about them on my runs. Some of the subject matter and tag lines even became part of my blog posts about running.
It you are looking for something deeper to think about while you are running, or need something to help your motivation, it is an excellent choice.

5-0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking, time well spent
I picked up this book at the perfect time and that is why I am giving it 5 stars.I originally got into running like a lot of people in high school as part of the cross country team.I only ran cross country as a way to get in shape for basketball season.After high school I stopped running and did not pick up the sport again until after my Step-father was diagnosed with cancer.He was a big time runner and had a 10 year streak of competing in a local 13.1 mile race.So I stepped in to run in his place to keep the streak alive.After his passing, I ran my first marathon in his memory and in the process found out a lot about myself.I have been running ever since, taking on 5K, 5 milers, halfs and marathons, all the while becoming more engrossed in the sport of running as well as the psychology behind it.As a child running is as natural as breathing, then at some point it became a chore and now it gives me the time and space I need to think in our modern world.This book simply shares the thoughts of others who have found similar insights from running.Happy trails.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun, Challenging, Motivating
This is one of the best books in the whole philosophy and pop culture genre.

For philosophers, the essays feel like they come very naturally out of the topic. They are wide-ranging but all grounded in running--no stretches to get the philosophy in. It's as effortless as a comfortable pace can be.

For runners, there is an informative development of ideas that you've probably started to have in your own running, but haven't seen through this far.

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43. Running QuickBooks in Nonprofits: The Only Comprehensive Guide for Nonprofits Using QuickBooks
by Kathy Ivens
Paperback: 512 Pages (2005-12-01)
list price: US$34.95 -- used & new: US$22.67
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Asin: 0972066985
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Providing information on using QuickBooks to track financial data in nonprofit organizations, this book covers all versions of QuickBooks. Management of donors, grants, and pledges, and topics such as allocating expenses to programs, handling donor restrictions, and generating the reports needed for donors and tax returns are covered in detail. In addition to easy-to-follow instructions and tons of tips and workarounds, information on using QuickBooks for fundraising is provided.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good reference for novice
Bought this for my wife, the Treasurer at a small church. She understands financial and accounting terminology but is a novice on working with a computer. This gave her good advice. It was easy to use as a reference when she encountered problems. Plus, it enabled her to ask specific questions about these problems. Errors she made before she received the book were easily traced and corrected after using it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Quickbook nonprofit guide
The book is very good at describing what you need to know for nonprofit organizations to use quickbook. In my case it is used for a small religous organization and the book was more for large nonprofit groups. Overall the book was very good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Helpful
Very helpful book with a ton of useful info. Still haven't been able to go through all of it yet, but it has a great amount of info. Does seem to be lacking in some areas, but I guess you do have to generalize in some areas.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Helpful!
This reference book is a must-have for small non-profits that want to use a reasonably priced accounting software with the ability to report expenses and revenues based on programs.Our non-profit can not afford the custom designed, more expensive accounting software and after reviewing several business type general acccounting software programs, we selected Quick Books Pro 2009.The QB software needs adapted to comply with the 501c3 IRS reporting requirements.If your board and/or executive director also want specific reports to compare program revenues and expenses, QuikBooks can be adapted to do just that.Running QuickBooks In Nonprofits explains how to adapt the "canned" QB software to produce and track information helpful to the non-profit sector.IMO, you should have some QB experience before reading the book and applying the techniques recommended--prior knowledge of QB enables the reader to fully understand the authors explanations.

5-0 out of 5 stars Running QB in Nonprofits review
Excellent book! 5 *'s +!!! I highly recommend this book to anyone who uses QuickBooks, whether the business is nonprofit or for-profit. It is a quick, easy read, easy to understand, and full of good information. ... Read more

44. Running With the Demon (The Word and the Void Trilogy, Book 1)
by Terry Brooks
Mass Market Paperback: 448 Pages (1998-05-27)
list price: US$7.99 -- used & new: US$2.85
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Asin: 0345422589
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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In a sleepy steel-mill town, the ultimate battle between Good and Evil is about to begin . . .

Sinnissippi Park, in Hopewell, Illinois, has long hidden a mysterious evil, locked away from humankind by powers greater than most could even imagine. But now the malevolent creatures that normally skulk in the shadows of the park grow bolder, and old secrets hint at a violent explosion.

The brewing conflict draws John Ross to Hopewell. A Knight of the Word, Ross is plagued by nightmares that tell him someone evil is coming to unleash an ancient horror upon the world. Caught between them is fourteen-year-old Nest Freemark, who senses that something is terribly wrong but has not yet learned to wield the budding power that sets her apart from her friends.

Now the future of humanity depends upon a man haunted by his dreams and a gifted young girl--two souls who will discover what survives when hope and innocence are shattered forever . . .Amazon.com Review
Terry Brooks's Running with the Demon is billed as"A Novel of Good and Evil," but he could've called it"A Novel of Here and Now." The fantasy master behind theShannara series switches his focus from neo-Tolkien jungles to thewoebegone steel town of Hopewell, Illinois. Though Illinois teenagerNest Freemark (where does he get these names?) looks like your averagekid, she spends her free time in the woods asking her 6-inch pal Pickfor advice in dodging the Demon and his creepy Feeders, spirits whogobble the souls of humans. Nest is also being tailed by John Ross, ashining Knight of the Word who wants to keep her from the Feeders'jaws.

Meanwhile, in the real world that dominates the novel, NestFreemark is being stalked by a handsome, evil classmate who she hasrejected, and a pack of surly, insurgent striking steelworkers plot abombing at the company's Fourth of July picnic. The boy and thebombers are unaware that they're being subconsciously manipulated bythe Demon. The book's matter-of-fact take on the uncanny is a bit likeThe X-Files. (And if you want to compare the two, check out TedEdwards's X-FilesConfidential: The Unauthorized X-Philes Compendium.)

Brooks's plot has more strands than a plate of pasta, yet his mind islogical to a fault--he used to be a lawyer. There's something foreveryone: gory monster attacks, a dread family secret, magicalmind-game duels, even a (rather flat) teen-romance subplot. Thesetting has real grit and the countdown to the Independence Daybombing peps up the tale. Brooks sometimes prosaically explains thingsa better literary stylist would dramatize, and his minatory visions ofenvironmental apocalypse are more fun than the obvious, nagging,don't-be-a-litterbug message they exist to convey. Brooks will neverbe as deep as Tolkien, and many readers will find him less awesome astheir adolescence recedes. Still, he's the genuine article, and withthis book, he raises the stakes he's playing for. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars A Love/Hate Relationship
Seeing as these books are 'prequels' to the Shannara series, I had an idea of what to expect.I find that Terry Brooks, as an author, has evolved and each book he writes you can tell his skill has improved.This is book 1 of 3 of the mini-series, and I read this one after finishing the "High Druid" cycle of books.I was very interested in hearing about how the world of Shannara was formed, but having read the other books, I know what the eventual conclusion of these series will have to be.

The character development of main character Nest Freemark was incredible, and I really enjoyed reading about her in particular.I just started book 2 "A Knight of the Word", and was quite excited to see she was in this book as well.

On the down side, I found this book to be particularly depressing in comparison with the "future" Shannara books.For example the dreams of another character, John Ross, are particularly discouraging, and while some conflict and drama is expected, I felt particularly discouraged reading these chapters and wished I could skip them entirely.

Overall a good read, and would be excellent for someone who has never picked up a Shannara book, no prior knowledge is needed, and I would dare say is almost detrimental to reading this one.I think these books would be excellent for someone just breaking into the fantasy genre as the author does an excellent job of 'making it real' for the little town of Hopewell, IL.

5-0 out of 5 stars Not to Be Paranoid, but This Seems Rooted in Reality
Being a fan of all things Brooks, I had to read these, and only later were this series and Shannara made to connect in the lore of our world.The creepy thing is, this story of contemporary mayhem purpetrated by Void-driven monsters rooted in human form, seemingly the next door neighbors, seems all to real when reading the daily news.There isn't a single thing that happens in the books by these man-demons, that wouldn't and doesn't happen today around us in real life.How often do we read these things in the news and wonder, what would cause someone to do something like that?Maybe we have our answers, and there is a thread linking the fabric of seemingly random evil in our world.After all, where is our world heading on many dimensions; economy and planning, values, government, stewardship of planet earth, human behavior, civilization?I wonder if Mr. Brooks is trying to tell us something.

4-0 out of 5 stars Entertaining Read
An entertaining and captivating read, once you hit the middle section. I found the characters interesting with their quirks (Gran's smokes and booze, Jared's catatonic fits), but they were also overused at times (I really only need to be told Gran drinks vodka and orange juice for breakfast a maximum of twice).

Brooks is fantastic with narrative descriptions, making you feel as if you're walking in the footsteps of the characters. He can get a little wordy and delve into minutiae, which detracts from such wonderful plot and action. I would have enjoyed the novel more had a lot of the repetition been cut.

There is a fantastic plot and Brooks has a masterful ability to skip through the heads of characters without breaking the reader's stride, not an easy task. You get a real sense for each point of view character and you grow attached to even the smallest characters. The only parts I disliked are when Brooks switched from past tense to present tense dream sequences. I found it jarring and unnecessary. I wished he would have worked the explanation of the dreams into the current plot rather than flashbacks that change tense and disturb the reading process.

All in all, a good read that keeps you turning pages. 3.5 stars for the reasons listed above. I will continue reading this series as, like I said, once I hit the middle of the book I couldn't put it down.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Book
I've read many of the Shannara series and decided to read The Word and Void series seeing as how Brooks new series connects everything together. Running with the Demon follows the same type of pattern as many of the Shannara series books, young main character facing challenges beyond their years and rising to meet them. Overall this wasn't my favorite of Brooks' novels but, I'd definitely recommend it. It starts slow but, once you're about half way through its hard to put the book down.

2-0 out of 5 stars Running With the Demon
I decided to read this series because it is technically a prequel to Terry Brooks' other large series. I wasn't quite ready to delve into that monstrous series, and I'm usually a fan of urban fantasy, so this seemed like a great place to start. Unfortunately, Running With the Demon is more like a Stephen King novel then an urban fantasy. The magic is at a minimum and the suspense and action is practically non existent. The plot is very simple, if an angel type character doesn't stop a demon from touching a girl then the world will end. There is a creature trapped in a tree, emotion sucking monsters, and a talking stick figure, but not much else. I found myself skipping over how people were planning on sabotaging a company, how the main character met the stick figure, and other such things. There was simply not enough substance in this book. The plot was predictable, the characters were uninteresting, and there was no depth to this tale. I managed to finish the book, but now I'm wondering why I really bothered. ... Read more

45. Galloway's Book on Running
by Jeff Galloway
Paperback: 298 Pages (2002-02-09)
list price: US$18.95 -- used & new: US$8.55
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Asin: 0936070277
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Olympic athlete Jeff Galloway shows how amateur runners can use the same training principles followed by world-class runners. He tells beginners how to get started, explains his ideas on stress and rest, and reveals secrets for running better. In this completely revised and updated new edition of the classic text on running, Galloway includes training schedules for 5k, 10k, and the increasingly popular half-marathon races, as well as recent insights into motivation, nutrition, and fat burning. Runners at all levels will benefit from this seasoned athlete’s wisdom.
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3-0 out of 5 stars Good book for beginners...
This is a good book for beginning runners. Some of the content seems a little outdated.I'll probably be giving this book away to someone who wants to begin a running program.Really not a good buy for intermediate or advanced runners.

5-0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal
This book is phenomenal. One of the best I have read on running. I went from running 5Ks and thinking they were tough--and thinking marathons were impossible for me--to doing 20+ mile runs and scheduling a couple marathons and an Ironman over the next year, thanks entirely to the guidance Jeff gives in this book. Jeff's writing style is entertaining, brilliant and concise. This book is in the top 5 exercise books I own...and it may even be number one.

You know how most books have a gem that is the only thing you remember about the book, but it was a hugely valuable lesson to learn and you thank the gods for having read the entire book to find it? This book has a bunch of gems on running. So glad to have found and read it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book on running
I am new to running systematically and love this book. It gives you everything you need to get going and improve while minimizing risks. It was recommended by a friend who ran the marathon and I'm glad i bought it. Also, the store was great... it arrived quickly and the condition of the book was as expected, new.

2-0 out of 5 stars poor condition Amazon verified purchase
The book arrived with all the pages wavy. It was a purchase of a new book.It appeared to have moisture damage. Amazon did not respond to my complant

4-0 out of 5 stars Galloway loves running
I appreciated his infectious love for running, and the way he speaks to runners of all different skill levels. ... Read more

46. Sole Sisters: Stories of Women and Running
by Jennifer Lin, Susan Warner
Paperback: 144 Pages (2006-03-01)
list price: US$12.99 -- used & new: US$6.70
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Asin: 0740757113
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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More than 11 million women run regularly, a number that's growing every year. They tend to be educated and affluent-the perfect audience for Sole Sisters.

Half of all runners are women, and they are changing the face of the sport. It's a social outlet, a healthful way to improve mental well-being, and an opportunity to form bonds with like-minded women.

Sole Sisters: Stories of Women and Running is a gripping collection of stories that captures the inspirational heart of the women's running. Authors Jennifer Lin and Susan Warner have interviewed women of all ages from all walks of life and all parts of the country. All of their subjects have one thing in common: Running has transformed them. There are both heartrending stories of grief and survival and lighthearted tales of friendship. Among them are:

* Sisters who competed in a 5K race to honor a sister who survived breast cancer.

* A 9/11 widow who ran her first marathon to honor the memory of her husband.

* A 65-year-old woman who overcame obesity and alcoholism to finish the grueling Ironman triathlon.

* An unknown runner from Norway named Grete Waitz who decided to run a marathon-and changed the face of the sport.

Sole Sisters: Stories of Women and Running is not just for women who run. It appeals to all women who know what it means to have the support of others who share their trials and triumphs. Sole Sisters: Stories of Women and Running is sometimes touching, sometimes funny, and always inspiring. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars woman runners!
all woman runners should read this book!
it is well worth the time and money!!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Collection of Running Stories
These personal stories of runners are perfect to share with your running friends.They'll get you all motivated to keep it up.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another Sole Sister
I had never read this book, but after reading a review, purchased it for two running friends.It was a hit!One copy has now been passed around to at least 3 different readers.The chapters are good, motivational, real to life running adventures.I would recommend it to both walkers and runners, beginners to advanced.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ready for more!
I very much enjoyed the personal nature of the story each runner had to tell.One or two were a little to much brag for me.Most provided inspiration and joy at the growth the runner achieved by their running.More than a couple brought a tear to my eye.I encourage the writers to create an annual supplement.(Keep it simple and don't over do it the way the Chicken Soup guys have done.)I look forward to more!

Thanks.egm, Vermont

5-0 out of 5 stars Inspiring and Motivating
Great book.No matter what your sport or fitness regime, the stories in this book will inspire and motivate you to overcome whatever obstacles stand in your way.

The lessons can be applied to any struggle you might be facing, from relationships to business to yep, even learning how to run.The stories are short and easy to read--great if you don't have much time to indulge.

These amazing and uplifting stories of the power of women would make a great gift for any woman (or man).Give a copy to all your "sisters". ... Read more

47. Running Hot (Arcane Society, Book 5)
by Jayne Ann Krentz
Hardcover: 352 Pages (2008-12-30)
list price: US$25.95 -- used & new: US$5.96
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Asin: B0040RMFJS
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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The New York Times-bestselling author of Sizzle and Burn has a brand-new Arcane Society novel.

Ex-cop Luther Malone, lifelong member of the secretive paranormal organization known as the Arcane Society, is waiting to meet Grace Renquist. Hired as an aura-reading consultant in the quest for a murder suspect, she’s got zero field experience. She’s from tiny Eclipse Bay, Oregon. She’s a librarian, for heaven’s sake.

As for Grace, she’s not expecting much either from Malone, who walks with a cane and isn’t so good with a gun. Nice résumé for a bodyguard . . .

But even before they reach their hotel in Maui—where they’ll be posing as honeymooners—Grace and Luther feel the electric charge between them. Problem is, they need to remain vigilant day and night, because it soon becomes clear there’s more going on here. Rogue sensitives—operatives for the underground group Nightshade—are pouring into the luxury resort like there’s a convention. Grace recognizes those dark spikes in their auras. She saw the same pattern in someone else in another life—a life she hasn’t revealed to Luther or anyone else. And she understands how dangerous these people can be . . . especially with those para-hunters at their sides.

While the pair’s employers at Jones & Jones scramble to get them backup, Luther and Grace have to think on their feet. The criminals in their midst aren’t just high-level sensitives: They’ve enhanced their talents with a potent—and unpredictable— drug. And as Grace knows all too well, if you don’t control your powers, your powers will control you. . . . ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Boring
This had potential but there was all talk and little action.It was an effort to even finish.

5-0 out of 5 stars Running Hot is a slick, super-heated, twist of a wild ride!
If you like romance and science fiction, you will enjoy Jayne Ann Krentz's Arcane Society novels. Wrapped inside every compelling romance there is a sci-fi thriller. The Arcane Society Series satisfies my appetite for both. The installment titled 'Running Hot' is an action-packed tale in the series. Everything written on the flyleaf is true. I believe if Hitchcock were still around, he would have made it into a film. That is why I liked it so much. This book follows the same type of formula that Hitchcock perfected: putting ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. In this case, an ex-cop & a librarian looking for an operative of Nightshade, the nemesis organization of the Arcane Society. As it turns out, these people are far from ordinary. I liked the super-hero vs. super-villian angle as well. I also liked the fact that nothing in this book is wasted space. I was hooked into the story in the first sentence. The story opens with a murder scene that reminds me of 'Strangers on a Train,' where the murderer is incapable of feeling remorse or guilt. The protagonists are thrown together, an unlikely partnership of opposing politics much like Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in the film 'Nototrious.' Like all Hitchcock films, spies, hidden agendas, romance, poison, murder and unlikely villains fill the pages. The end of the story isn't an end at all, just a pause before diving in to the next Arcane Society saga. What a great movie this book would make! What a great series!

5-0 out of 5 stars totally satisfied
book was received promptly and in excellent condition as stated in sellers product description. very happy with purchase would not hesitate to use this seller in future.

5-0 out of 5 stars Arcane Society at its best
I love Jayne Ann Krentz in all her forms and especially this series that jumps from 19th century to present and is commented on in the futuristic. Great reads all of them.

3-0 out of 5 stars A solid performance
For those that are familiar with the Arcane Society novels, this is a solid performance by Krentz.Not her best work, but not a hard read either - it's good fill-the-time reading.I enjoyed it thoroughly, and look forward to another installment. ... Read more

48. Running Until You're 100, 3rd Ed
by Jeff Galloway
Paperback: 224 Pages (2010-09-15)
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Olympian Jeff Galloway has worked with tens of thousands of runners in their 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s. By using his run-walk-run method, most are able to enjoy running with fewer aches and pains. At the age of 60, Jeff reports no injuries in 27 years. This book explains how to achieve this, how to stay motivated, and increase the enjoyment. ... Read more

49. Running a Restaurant for Dummies
by Michael Garvey, Heather Dismore, Andrew Dismore
Paperback: 384 Pages (2004-07-09)
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Millions of Americans dream of owning and running their own restaurant -- because they want to be their own boss, because their cooking always draws raves, or just because they love food. Running a Restaurant For Dummies covers every aspect of getting started for wannabe restaurateurs. From setting up a business plan and finding financing, to designing a menu and dining room, you'll find all the advice you need to start and run a successful restaurant.

Even if you don't know anything about cooking or running a business, you might still have a great idea for a restaurant -- and this handy guide will show you how to make your dream a reality. If you already own a restaurant, but want to see it do better, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers unbeatable tips and advice of bringing in hungry customers. From start to finish, you'll learn everything you need to know to succeed:

  • Put your ideas on paper with a realistic business plan
  • Attract investors to help get the business off the ground
  • Be totally prepared for your grand opening
  • Make sure your business is legal and above board
  • Hire and train a great staff
  • Develop a delicious menu
If you're looking for expert guidance from people in the know, then Running a Restaurant For Dummies is the only book you need. Written by Michael Garvey, co-owner of the famous Oyster Bar at Grand Central, with help from writer Heather Dismore and chef Andy Dismore, this book covers all the bases, from balancing the books to training staff and much more:
  • Designing and theme and a concept
  • Taking over an existing restaurant or buying into a franchise
  • Stocking and operating a bar
  • Working with partners and other investors
  • Choose a perfect location
  • Hiring and training an excellent staff
  • Pricing menu items
  • Designing the interior of the restaurant
  • Purchasing and managing supplies
  • Marketing your restaurant to customers
If you're looking for a new career as a restaurateur, or you need new ideas for your struggling restaurant, Running a Restaurant For Dummies offers expert advice in a fun, friendly format. Packed with practical advice and expert wisdom on every aspect of the food service business, this guide is all you need to get cooking. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars I have seen better...
Buy another book. It has good points but it does not cover alot of the basics.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for anyone who wants to be in the restaurant business.
Still reading, but very insightful. Great resource for any professional out in there in the Hospitality biz!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Book!
This book is very easy to read.It really does give you the full scope of what one is getting themselves into.I highly recommend this to anyone with dreams of owning a restaurant.

4-0 out of 5 stars Really good book, but geared for the absolute beginner
This is by all accounts a very well-written book, and very helpful for those that are "thinking" about getting into the business of running a restaurant. But it really is designed for someone with no experience whatsoever. If you want something that is a little more in depth, or if you actually went to school to become a chef, you might want to look elsewhere.

4-0 out of 5 stars Dummy should read.
Wanna open a food service business?Read several books including this one, subscribe to the Restuarant owner email news letter and then search for any other material you can read about the subject.Lots of people try and many fail, or just give up.Be educated in your decisions.You will gain enough from the school of hard knocks, so you should have enough education to realize when a "lesson" comes your way. ... Read more

50. Dead Man Running
by Ross Coulthart, Duncan McNab
Paperback: 425 Pages (2010-03-31)
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Telling the bloody, insider’s story of the international drug and weapons smuggling operations of the feared Bandidos gang, this chilling tale is the first time that an insider has told the true story of the bike gangs that dominate the drug and illegal weapons trade across the globe. For 10 years, Steve Utah was a Bandidos insider, a trusted confidante of senior bike gang members along the east coast of Australia. He arranged their security, cooked their drugs, and witnessed meetings in which overseas weapons smuggling was planned. Utah loved the wildness of the Bandido life and their contempt for the law, but as he plummeted deeper into the heart of the group, his life started to spiral out of control. He witnessed vicious beatings, helped dump corpses, and saw men executed in front of his eyes. In a desperate attempt to regain control of his life, he resorted to the unthinkable—he rolled over to the federal police and told them all he knew about the Bandidos. This shocking, unflinching, tragic story is his confession, and possibly his dying gasp, for he knows that inevitably the Bandido code will be honored and he will be silenced.
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3-0 out of 5 stars dead man running
I don't like snitches of any size, shape,or form. With that being said, I give this book four stars for literary quality, one star for subject.
I'm sure some of the stories told hold some truth. Ross Coulthart ( a journalist), and Duncan McNab( private investigator), had to do some research. I'm sure they looked at Police records.
I'm sure they talked to a few people. I'm equally sure most of what Steve Utah reported was slanted in his favor. This book is not a book about a motorcycle club. This is a book about a self admitted 'Meth' cook turned informer. In my opinion you can't trust a 'Tweeker'!
Ross and Duncan did a good job of putting together a book that chronicles the life of William John Hovey, aka Steve Utah. The Australian colloquialisms offer us an interesting read. ... Read more

51. Extreme Running
by Kym McConnell, Dave Horsley
Hardcover: 160 Pages (2010-07-09)
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Covers 24 of the most extreme foot races on the planet, such as Pike's Peak Marathon, Transalpine Run, Everest Marathon, and Antarctica Marathon
Running is an inexpensive, convenient, and increasingly popular sport, but some take it to the limit. From cold weather running in Alaska to the intense heat of the Sahara Marathon, a number of athletes choose to pit themselves against the elements. Extremes of environment, route, and geography are another challenge, from trails through dense jungle to soaring mountain ranges. The rewards are the experiences of a lifetime, the sense of having been to largely unexplored places, and the realization of unique ambitions. Never before has there been a manual to pull together all the elements of this new, but fast growing sport, touching on every aspect from lone desert running to ultramarathons. The follow-up to Extreme Golf and Extreme Sailing, this third volume is a must-have for all runners.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Around the World races
This is a great book. It gives a diverse look at many races around the world. I realy enjoyed it. My only gripe (and why it didn't get 5 stars) is that it could have been bigger and more inclusive of more races. OVERALL I still feel the book it well worth the time and money of anyone with an intrest in Ultra Running.

5-0 out of 5 stars extreme good
This is a great book to get motivated, if you have never run an ultra. The book is full of great pictures, where you can feel the whole environment of different races on amazing routes of different continents. I was always reading books about ultra and extra running, but this book showed me the real "living" face of the races, and let me think "why not?". It is a good motivation to see and "meet" the people in this book who have complete all this routes. At the same time it is a good resource for the scedules of races on different points of the world.
The page design, the photos and the print quality is very satisfying.
A warning for the readers who is looking for technical data and training tips; please not this is not a "trainer" book, but it is a "must have" item, since the psychological stamina is needed as much as the physical stamina for ultr running. And this is what this book can provide you. Ther will be always a "better" but this one is the best from my opinion now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for all athletes, not just runners
If you are a runner, adventure racer, ultrarunner, or interested in extreme events, Extreme Running is for you. I love this book. Extreme Running features sections on races on the seven continents. Twenty-four events are profiled in the chapters. Each event is shown with plenty of photos, race information, distance, time of year, field size, ascent and decent data, contact and Web information, and maps or an altitude profile. As you read the chapters, you get a feel for the event and its difficulty. The Marathon des Sables is featured in 16 pages, Badwater in 10, while others are covered in several pages. The photos are fantastic - making you feel in the race. While not inclusive of all extreme events on the seven continents, the book does a great job of showing you popular events and enough information to help you decide if you could do any one of them. This is a book that some might call a "coffee table" book - it is that beautiful. It appeals to me because I love the draw and challenge of these extreme events. As the author of Fixing Your Feet, I patch the feet of these athletes, and have been to several of them and can attest to the descriptions as accurate. ... Read more

52. Running Within: A Guide to Mastering the Body-Mind-Spirit: A Guide to Mastering the Body-Mind-Spirit Connection for Ultimate Training and Racing
by Jerry Lynch, Warren Scott
Paperback: 216 Pages (1999-03-01)
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Asin: 0880118326
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Effective running requires fitness and harmony of the body, mind, and spirit. Running Within is your guide to developing each of those areas so that you can perform better, have more fun, and experience a deeper connection with running.

Sport psychologist, best-selling author, and runner Jerry Lynch and physician and elite triathlete Warren Scott provide insights and prescriptions throughout. Among the many useful tools offered in the book are

• goal-setting guidelines,

• relaxation and visualization exercises,

• affirmation-building tips,

• positive ways of dealing with setbacks,

• fatigue and injury-coping methods,

• motivation boosters, and

• prerace and race strategies.

Running Within will help you break through mental barriers, enjoy running more, reach higher levels of performance, and thrive in competition. Learn how to unleash the complete body-mind-spirit runner within you. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Greatest running book ever!
Too many running books focus on things you need to be doing, which granted are important, but this book's emphasis is about relaxing and running because you love it. My speed and enjoyment both increased notably thanks to this book. A must read for every runner!

5-0 out of 5 stars Masters Runner
Don't let the Tolkien-ish font on the cover throw you.This book is nightly bedtime reading for the focused runner (doesn't hurt before every workout either).Endlessly inspiring, uplifting, focusing.You will become a better runner after reading this book.If you're not a runner, you will want to become one.Thank you, Lynch and Scott, for this work.

1-0 out of 5 stars Sadly disappointed
If the authors had "Exhibited the Warrior Within", as outlined in the fifth chapter of their book, and engaged self-knowledge, persistence and integrity in writing this book, we may have gotten something worthwhile.They didn't and we didn't.It would seem that there is such a demand for books on running that half-baked scripts get published at the expense of obscuring more qualified efforts.

Two telling examples set the tone of this effort.The authors inaccurately recount a piece of running legend and mysteriously confuse the 1982 Boston Marathon "Duel in the Sun" between Salazar and Beardsley with some prior Bill Rodgers Boston Marathon victory.As I wasn't looking for a book on running history, I tried to ignore this error, but I was left wondering "are these guys really runners?" and whether there was a kernel of truth somewhere in their anecdote.Also: Breathing exercises, body sensing, and relaxation techniques offered by these authors do not appear to be consistent with or as well developed as other more qualified sources.While these are serious considerations and invaluable tools for runners who are interested in "mastering the body-mind-spirit connection", you may be better served by practicing yoga from a qualified source, rather than rely on the "knowledge" of these authors.

Even if you are able to suspend judgement in the light of such failures, the guts of their effort was apparently devoted to the power of affirmations and visualizations.Here too, I was disappointed.For me, affirmations that endure through the battles of fatigue and self-doubt that plague us a some point during most every marathon must call upon the lessons of our personal running experience rather than rely upon borrowed examples of self-deceit (or self-direction as these authors suggest).I would be more satisfied with a process that helped to "conceptualize" those personal running lessons in the form of personally powerful affirmations.I'm sorry, but affirmations such as "I'm tired, yet I know I'm not alone" will be of little help in carrying me to the finish.

I was most intrigued, and by corollary, most disappointed with their effort to cultivate the idea of the "Warrior Within."We have all experienced those fleeting moments during good runs when the magic kicks in and we feel invincible.Any book that helps to achieve and sustain those feelings is worth its retail cover price.This one doesn't and isn't.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book
Book was great. Very informative into the relationship between the body and the mind. Must read for spiritual runners.

5-0 out of 5 stars MUST HAVE !!!!!!!
I just completed my first marathon and don't think I would have finished had I not purchased and read this book. During training, we had "long runs". The night before each long run (in excess of 17 miles) I would read the sections of this book that addressed issues I was likely to face during the following days long run. That helped me tremendously. The book gave me a sense of calm.

There are virtually thousands of books on the market concerning running. Most of those books however don't spend nearly enough time on the most critical aspect which is mental preparedness and toughness. However, this book gives what most trainig books and groups do not..a way to deal with the mental aspects of running.

This book is wonderful because it gives the reader techniques on how to deal with stress, anxiety, pain, disappointments, setbacks injuries, fatigue etc., all from the MENTAL side. I like how the authors make the connection between mind and body. They focus on the mind first and how the mind can often control the body.

I found MANY useful mental exercises from "breathwatching", visualization, dealing with fatigue and disappointments, learning from mistakes etc., Most importantly, the book focuses on the process of running and self discovery and NOT the result. This book helps novice runners like myself enjoy the process, find our own tools that work for us and realize that it is often mind over matter. This book is a must have for those just starting out "marathoning" or for anyone who just wants to enjoy the mental benefits of running and the pleaseure it gives. ... Read more

53. Running Meetings: Expert Solutions to Everyday Challenges (Pocket Mentor)
Paperback: 95 Pages (2006-04-01)
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Meetings are unavoidable—but they don’t have to be unproductive. This tool-packed guide will help readers transform meetings from time-sinks to springboards for effective action by learning how to: Set smart agendasKeep meetings on trackHandle problem behaviors and time-wastersMotivate participants to take action ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great resource for anyone looking to run more efficient and effective meetings
As an instructor and facilitator who runs workshops on numerous business topics, including "Running Effective Meetings," I have found most all the HBR Pocket Mentor books a great addition to our content.The Running Meetings book is especially good as it provides great case studies, examples, content, tips, and tools.We often use the "What Would You Do?" format used in the book in our workshops to make a point and get some great discussion going.I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is looking to run more efficient and effective business meetings. ... Read more

54. The Runner's Guide to the Meaning of Life: What 35 Years of Running Have Taught Me About Winning, Losing, Happiness, Humility, and the Human Heart (Daybreak Books)
by Amby Burfoot
Hardcover: 144 Pages (2000-04-22)
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"As runners, we all go through many transitions-- transitions that closely mimic the larger changes we experience in a lifetime. First, we try to run faster. Then we try to run harder. Then we learn to accept ourselves and our limitations, and at last, we can appreciate the true joy and meaning of running."

As its opening pages reveal, The Runner's Guide to the Meaning of Life is not merely about running. It is about living-- to your fullest potential. Amby Burfoot, one of running's wisest voices, here presents 15 essential life lessons about passion, courage, materialism, failure, regeneration, and more, all learned from experience during more than 35 years of running. In this book, Amby discusses the essential traits of a runner-- traits that also are essential for all people wishing to reach their long-term goals. He discusses the writings, music, and quotes that have inspired him throughout his long career. Most important, he explains that winners are not those who cross the finish line first, but rather those who are able to discover more about themselves with every step.

The Runner's Guide to the Meaning of Life is one in a series of Daybreak books that provide life lessons and spiritual perspectives from the vantage point of different occupations and passions.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Awake
Well written book that honors running, writing and living.Amby Burfoot has been lucky and smart enough to be awake which allows him to enjoy moments.He is able to peer into life and relish the essence rather than all that surrounds it."First we try to run faster.Then we try to run harder.Then we learn to accept ourselves and our limitations, and at last, we can appreciate the true joy and meaning of running."Just replace run with live and running with life and there you have it.

5-0 out of 5 stars A very enjoyable book
This book is a fast, fun read.If you enjoy Amby Burfoot's articles and blogs, you'll really enjoy this book.If you're not familiar with Amby Burfoot, you'll really enjoy this book too. I think this book has something for everyone, whether you're a new runner or seasoned marathoner.

1-0 out of 5 stars Never sent to me
This item was never sent to me. I paid for it, but nothing ever came. Thanks for nothing!

5-0 out of 5 stars A great runners guide coming to terms with the long run....
Amby tells the story of what is inside of most runners who have been on the trail/road for at least a decade.I loved the concept that we first run fast, then far then learn to accept ourselves and our limitations, and at last, we can appreciate the true joy and meaning of running.

I'm in the middle of the stage of my running career where I'm at terms with not being fast any longer and now trying to push the limits of running far.Amby lets me know that this is normal, and with a little more maturity, I will truly come to terms with my running, but for now the journey and adventure is normal and to be expected in a runners life.

I've read several "philosophical" running books, but this one is one of the better ones because he does not get too "natural" with why we run.I know that may have something to do with it, but I do not have that earthly connection (or at least not yet).

One of the chapters or lessons as he calls it is entitled "Starting Lines", and it was my favorite of the whole book.He breaks down the most beautiful place in life is a starting line.Now one would think he is talking about starting line of a race, but he really is talking about starting anything new in life and not being afraid to try it out and to go for life.Running is such a metaphor for so much in life and the starting line is one great way to bring it to life.I was certainly afraid when I stood on the starting line of having children, but that race has been the best starting point of my life, and I'm only four years and three children into the race!

"In running it is man against himself, the cruelest of opponents.The other runners are not the real enemies.His adversary lies within him, in his ability with brain and heart to master himself and his emotions"- Glenn Cunningham

"The human body can do so much.Then the heart and spirit must take over." Sohn Kee-Chung(how true this is...during my first 100 mile attempt is was a failure of my mind and spirit that failed me at 62 miles)

I would recommend this book for so many reasons, but mostly because it says in so many beautiful words what I've thought or searched for during my many years of running.I'm so thankful for the gift of running and it is nice to connect with some who knows the reason I'm so thankful for the gift of running.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing and basic; Philosophy for beginners
He may be a great runner, but this book is ankle-deep philosophy and so basic in its lessons that it seems really designed for a 12-year-old. I would not suggest this book for any adult interested in life lessons or inspiration. It simply doesn't compare to the thoughtful books of people like Wayne Dyer and it's not a good book on running either. For a much better book on running and life, try Haruki Murakami's "What I talk about when I talk about running." ... Read more

55. The Courage To Start: A Guide To Running for Your Life
by John "The Penguin" Bingham
Paperback: 208 Pages (1999-04-07)
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"The miracle isn't that I finished. The miracle is that I had the courage to start."

Take your first step toward fitness and a happier, healthier life.

Has the idea of running crossed your mind, but you haven't acted on it because you don't think you have the body of a runner? Have you thought about running but quit before you started because you knew that you would be breathless at the end of your driveway? Well, put aside those fears because you can do it. John Bingham, author of the popular Runner's World column "The Penguin Chronicles," transformed himself from an overweight couch potato who smoked into a runner who has completed eleven marathons and hundreds of road races.

Forget about the image of a perfect body in skintight clothes, and don't worry about how fast or how far you go. Bingham shows how anyone can embrace running as a life-enhancing activity -- rather than as a competition you will never win. In an entertaining blend of his own success story and practical advice, Bingham provides reasonable guidelines for establishing a program of achievable goals; offers tips on clothing, running shoes, and other equipment; and explains how anyone can prepare for and run distances ranging from a few miles to marathons.

After all, in running and in life, the difference between success and failure sometimes comes down to a single step. Waddle on, friends. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars The Courage to Start
Very good book.I didn't expect it to be so good but it has motivated me to quit procrastinating.I am still reading it but it inspires me every time I pick it up and read a chapter.HHK

5-0 out of 5 stars Inspirational - for more than running!
I loved this book. A friend gave it to me because she and I had both dabbled with running. It is no exaggeration to say this book changed my life. His story and approach to exercise removed barriers in my mind. Instead of telling myself I couldn't ever be good "enough" - fast, etc - it became completely clear that doesn't matter. His beginning running program: 1st week: Go out the door 3xs and move for 20 minutes. Well heck, I could do that! Almost anyone can. The book is written in a conversational style, is easy to read, and is very encouraging. The move from thinking about outcomes to focusing on effort has affected my life positively in more ways than just running. After this I read the Beginning Runner's Handbook by the Sports Medicine Council of British Columbia. It's a research-proven program, and lays out a great follow up program - I'm on week two and loving it. If you're a beginning runner - or have even thought about running, this would be a great place to start.

5-0 out of 5 stars Courage to Start
Very motivational and great for those of us who just need a little extra encouragement to get back to fitness and where we need to be.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great book for beginning runners
I'll start this review by saying that I have seen the author John 'the penguin' Bingham speak at many rock 'n' roll marathons. During my first-ever marathon in 2004, his speech was so motivating that I felt I could conquer the world one step at a time and knew that it would not be my last race, but the first of many to come.

This book is meant to be solely motivational to the couch potato or beginning runner looking for motivation. John tells his personal story of getting off of the couch at age 43 and how his journey to becoming a runner led him (and his wife!) to a happier existence that changed him emotionally and physicaly.

Mr. Bingham is the every man, not some ultramarathoner with 2% body fat. That is what makes him, his speeches, his columns in runner's world and this book relatable. I loved this book and look forward to reading another of his running books, "No Need for Speed".

5-0 out of 5 stars Great book for new or renewed runners
I bought this book for myself to get into reading books about running, and I ended up sharing it with friends and family.It is very motivational to a new runner or someone that used to run and wants to get back into running.This book is about running, not racing.If you know someone that is afraid to run because they think they aren't fast enough or they wouldn't look right, this is a good book for them.Runners at all levels would actually enjoy it. ... Read more

56. Running for Mortals: A Commonsense Plan for Changing Your Life With Running
by John Bingham, Jenny Hadfield
Paperback: 288 Pages (2007-04-17)
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The authors of Marathoning for Mortals now show beginning runners how to fit running into their lifestyle easily

You don't have to run fast or competitively to reap the rewards that running has to offer. What you do need is the courage to start. That is the "Penguin mantra" that has enabled John BinghamÂ--through his best-selling book No Need for Speed, his popular monthly column for Runner's World magazine, and his many appearances at major running events throughout the yearÂ--to inspire thousands of men and women to take up the sport for fitness and the sheer enjoyment that running brings them.

By teaming up with coach Jenny Hadfield, his wife and coauthor on Marathoning for Mortals, Bingham lays out strategies that will help readers to safely and effortlessly integrate runs into their busy schedules. In this book, backed by Runner's World, the authority of America's leading running magazine, the authors provide tips for getting started, sticking to a routine, eating for energy, hydration, and training for speed and endurance.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Easy Read
I'm really liking this book about running verses some of the others that I've purchased, in that it's an easy read, written in a non-runners language, which really helps those of us that are just getting started with the running. I would recommend this book to all that have an interest in running.

5-0 out of 5 stars Read Before You Run!
Fabulous book!My running club coach recommended it, and said it is the best running book she's read in her 20 years of running.Great advice and highly motivating.Also recommend the authors' book, "Marathoning for Mortals".

5-0 out of 5 stars "Running for Mortals" inspired this mortal!
Like co-author John "the Penguin" Bingham, I have led a less than stellar lifestyle for the past twenty years.Recently, I turned my life around by dropping a 15-year smoking habit, and taking control of my health.Bingham, with a story with which I am VERY familiar, inspired me with realistic goals that I can attain (and he did it without being all happy-sappy). I will run-walk my first 5K in November, and hope to run my first 10K by next fall.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent book for beginning runners
This the best book for beginning runners I have read.It is very practical and will help them avoid many of the mistakes beginners often make.

2-0 out of 5 stars More rah rah than practical
The book is inspiring, but I felt like it was more inspirational than practical.If you're a woman, I'd recommend Running for Women over this book.If you're feeling discouraged, then this book might be the right one for you. ... Read more

57. Runner's World Complete Book of Beginning Running
by Amby Burfoot
Paperback: 312 Pages (2005-03-02)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Finally the first Runner's World book for beginning runners! The newest addition to the heralded Runner's World series focuses exclusively on the concerns of the tens of thousands of new runners who take up the sport every year.

Recognizing that newcomers to a sport need all the help they can get, Runner's World now devotes an entire book to guiding the beginning runner through those challenging first days, weeks, and months. Peppered throughout with motivating tips and advice from those who have been there, this much-needed volume presents a can't-fail program that is sure to help new runners feel and look better and have more energy and less stress. Inside you'll find:

o Information on nutrition and how to adjust your diet to fit your new running lifestyle
o Training advice, including how to use cross-training, stretching, and strength exercises to keep enthusiasm up, weight down, and fitness at an optimum level
o A special section for women runners

Written by the executive editor of Runner's World magazine and covering every problem the new runner may encounter-from choosing the right shoes to preventing injury to preparing for a race-this authoritative volume provides all the information and inspiration any novice requires to turn running into a healthy, lifetime pursuit. ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars True Beginners Only
This is a really good book. It is full of tips and insights, as well as a couple programs to get you started.But don't get it unless you are a true beginner to running.I have been very physically fit before, and outgrew this book within two weeks.If you are into racing at all, even for fun only, I recommend "Runners World guide to racing."It's complete with training schedules for runners from beginners to elite atheletes.

3-0 out of 5 stars Way too many quotes
I have to agree with previous review, way too many quotes. This book should of been titled Motivation for Beginning Runners.It does have lots of great information but it's hard to get to important training info when every few lines are quoting someones opinion.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great organization and layout
OK, I've actually bought 2 copies to give to friends who want to start running. I've read many "beginner" books (as a serial beginner runner myself)... This one is well laid out and organized. I highly recommend it. My only gripe is that I wish they had more pictures of people doing the stretches that they recommend... I would say 1/2 of the pictures are more motivational rather than instructional. But the layout and wording is excellent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Start point
As soon I start to read this book I had more confident to cotinue my running program. I start to running 3 months ago and this book is now helping me to organize and be self confident to do not stop running, no more. This book is a great point of departure to each one that want or is planning to run. Good running with this book orientation.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you are a beginner buy it
If you are one of those people who always see these runners and envy them but are afraid to start because the very few times you tried you almost felt your heart coming out of your ears then this is the book for you.

The book is exactly what it claims to be, for beginners. It is full of motivational facts and answers a lot of your questions as you progress. I started browsing it in Spring after my doctor told me that I am in a pre-diabetic stage ( I am insulin resistant and have PCOS) and have to do something about it. In summer I finished a 5k, walked most of it, and got my insulin level back to normal and now I go out for a run almost every day for 30 to 60 minutes, no walking! And I have started training for half marathon. I am now combining this running skill with sensible diet, also described in book, and the 30lbs I had to lose are melting down.

The 24 week walk/run plan is a realistic one. The quality of pictures is really good and it does a great job in keeping you motivated. I recommend it to anyone who wants to start running but doesn't know where to start.

P.S. I am completing this review. I ran my very first half-marathon on April 29th, 2007 and I have this book to thank for most of it. I am a runner now. ... Read more

58. 50/50: Secrets I Learned Running 50 Marathons in 50 Days -- and How You Too Can Achieve Super Endurance!
by Dean Karnazes
Paperback: 304 Pages (2009-08-12)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Dean Karnazes has run 350 continuous miles through three sleepless nights, ordered pizza during long runs, and inspired fans the world over with his adventures. So what does a guy like this do when he wants to face the ultimate test of endurance? He runs 50 marathons in 50 states-- in 50 consecutive days.

With little more than a road map and a caravan packed with fellow runners and a dedicated crew, Dean set off on a tour that took him through a volcanic canyon in Maui in high humidity and 88-degree heat; to an elevation gain of almost 4,000 feet at the Tecumseh Trail Marathon in Bloomington, Indiana; to a severed moose leg found alongside an Anchorage, Alaska trail that compelled him to sprint for safety.

Now in this heart-pounding book, Dean reveals how he pulled off this unfathomable feat with a determination that defied all physical limitations. But Dean goes beyond the story of the Endurance 50 marathons to share his invaluable secrets and advice for athletes of all levels. These are the tips that kept Dean going during the 1,310 miles he covered and 160,000 calories he burned while averaging sub-four-hour marathons and often sleeping fewer than four hours each night. Learn how to:

·Recover more quickly

·Adapt to extreme conditions

·Prevent muscle cramps and overheating

·Pace yourself when you "hit the wall"

·Stay motivated

Packed with practical advice and including training regimens, 50/50 will inspire you no matter what your fitness goal is, whether it's simply walking around the block, running a 10K, or completing yet another Ironman. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars A book mainly filled with platitudes
Author and Ultra-Marathon legend Dean Karnazes describes his successful attempt to run 50 marathons in 50 US states in 50 consecutive days.

The Book: "50/50: Secrets I Learned Running 50 Marathons in 50 Days -- and How You Too Can Achieve Super Endurance!" by Dean Karnazes and Matt Fitzgerald; Grand Central Publishing; August 2009

The big idea: Karnazes, always on the lookout for another challenge, tackled 50 marathons in 50 days, writes about his experiences and mixes in his best advice for runners of all levels.

The backstory: Dean Karnazes is one of the toughest ultra-runners in the world. His first book (Ultramarathon Man: Confessions of an All-Night Runner), centered around a 200 mile relay race which he did as a team of one, was a bestseller and introduced a wide audience to the sometimes bizarre world of ultra-distance running.

Mixing content: The authors try to blend the story of Dean running 50 marathons with well-meant "advice" on running.Unfortunately the advice is mostly either extremely simple and plain (a full page on the differences of running a popular vs a not-so-crowded marathon) or outright wrong (a lot of the sports science related advice).

There is only so much to say: You can clearly see that after marathon number 10 all marathons are mostly equal - and actually rather boring.Dean's stories about each marathon, the participants and courses get shorter and shorter as you go along.

If you read nothing else: The first few chapters are quite fast paced and entertaining - they also don't contain any of the "expert advice" and thus make for interesting reading.Follow Dean on his journey to pull off this endeavor and read about his first few marathons.Then stop reading.

Rating: 2 (1=Rubbish; 10=Awesome). Karnazes proved with his first book that writing about ultra-distance running can be entertaining.Unfortunately he didn't pull of that trick in his second book.

5-0 out of 5 stars Poignant, useful, inspiring, awesome
It was hard to go every few pages without tearing up.This brilliantly written book not only details Dean Karnazes extraordinary feat of completing 50 marathons in 50 consecutive days across 50 states, but also his subsequent attempt to run back to his family in San Francisco from Manhattan right after the 50th marathon!Not only does the book describe with great poise the poignant day-to-day experiences you would expect from a superhuman enterprise such as this one, it also peppers the reader with gems of pragmatic wisdom for both their running and non-running lives.In spite of his physical (and mental) prowess, Karnazes comes across as someone who is genuinely down-to-earth.He really does consider himself "an average guy," as he emphatically states so in his preface, admittedly to my incredulity as I read that.His accomplishment and ensuing fame has in no apparent way eschewed his sense of adventure and humor either.I think it is required reading for anyone who wishes to come up close and personal with the outer limits of human endurance and human adaptability.In so doing the reader perhaps may, like me, be inspired to unearth their own heretofore underused ability to endure and to live!

4-0 out of 5 stars Quite an Adventure!!!
I read this book with much enthusiasm. I enjoyed the stories and experiences that Dean has as he runs 50 marathons in 50 days in 50 states! As a novice marathon runner and an aspiring ultra runner I hoped to gain insight to Dean's ability to seem not to require recovery. I found no "trick" to how Dean can sustain such a brutal regiment of running, be it running 50 marathons consecutively or doing punishing ultras like Badwater. What I got was a few pearls of wisdom that I have heard many times before from a multitude of different sources from my high school cross country coach to marathon runner blogs. Everything from, "don't give up" to "stay hydrated" and so on. I have to say Dean's attitude and outlook on family and life are as inspiring as his athletic ability.

In summary, this book is recommended enjoyable and entertaining but not very informative.

5-0 out of 5 stars 50/50
As always, Karnazes inspires and motivates me. He seems to have it all together mentally as well as physically, as the well-roundedness of his character and his happy demeanor is written across every page. What a pleasant experience; reading one of his books.As a therapist, I always prescribe good nutrition and exercise to my clients., and cite the importance of positive physicality.To me, vigorous exercise is not only the cure but self-enhancement tool for many individuals suffering from depression and anxiety. I wish that Karnazes could speak directly to all of these folks..He's probably "fix" most of them..

5-0 out of 5 stars Good Easy Read
Great book especially if you read the 1st. Easy to Read, it won't take you long and it will get you pumped to run more. You won't get a ton of "secrets" of how he does it (hard work and determination), but still worthwhile. Dean is truly an inspiration and I plan on reading whatever he writes in the future. ... Read more

59. Green River, Running Red: The Real Story of the Green River Killer--America's Deadliest Serial Murderer
by Ann Rule
Paperback: 704 Pages (2005-10-01)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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In her most personal and provocative book to date, the #1 bestselling master of true crime presents "her long-awaited definitive narrative of the brutal and senseless crimes that haunted the Seattle area for decades" (Publishers Weekly). This is the extraordinary true story of the most prolific serial killer the nation had ever seen -- a case involving more than forty-nine female victims, two decades of intense investigative work...and one unrelenting killer who not only attended Ann Rule's book signings but lived less than a mile away from her home.Amazon.com Review
Veteran crime writer Ann Rule is uniquely qualified to chronicle the grisly career of Gary Ridgeway, the man convicted of being the "Green River Killer," the most prolific serial killer in American history. Not only is she one of the more successful true-crime authors, but for nearly 20 years, Rule was exceptionally close to the case, reporting on it for a Seattle newspaper, preparing a long-delayed book on the subject, and living within a few blocks of the strip of highway where most of Ridgeway's victims were abducted. In Green River, Running Red, Rule lends unique humanity to the string of murders that haunted the Seattle area throughout the '80s and '90s by exploring the lives of the dozens of young women who fell into prostitution and were ultimately murdered. Similarly, she catalogues Ridgeway's troubled and bizarre life in such a way that the reader becomes uncomfortably familiar with Ridgeway, although it's never truly clear what drove him to commit such heinous crimes. Along the way, she traces the decades-long struggle of the law enforcement officials assigned to the case as they tracked down countless leads, questioned innumerable suspects, and explored multiple theories that came up empty before finally cracking the case through a series of technological advancements and a little luck. But the most disturbing aspect of the Green River killings (named for where the first victims were found) is how they occurred in relatively plain sight, with Ridgeway, seemingly living an unremarkable life, dwelling and working within a few miles of where his lengthy killing spree took place and evading capture for years. Rule skillfully weaves herself into her account, relating the psychic and cultural impact of the case as it evolved, but she never takes the spotlight off Ridgeway, his eventual captors, and the women who died at his hands.--John Moe ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars Not Ann Rule's best
To be fair, I think it was the authors intention to give all the victims in this book a chance to be heard however in so doing, it diluted the personal impact if just one or two of the victims were chronicled in detail and were representative of the others.

Moreover, having finished the book, I can't say I am any better informed about the inner workings of a Gary Ridgeway or what produces such monsters.

However, if your looking for a detailed account of one of the most hideous serial killers of all time, you won't be disappointed. Ann Rule as usual delivers!

The Green River Killer killed 50 victims most were prostitutes (but not all) in the Seattle area in the 80s. He was finally caught when DNA technology advanced and old stored samples were sent in to be analyzed.

Gary Ridgeway, the killer, a sad pathetic man was able to go undetected for over a decade because he lived a basic American life-job, family, homeowner. We end up hearing about his morbid insights into his perverted nature.

The policeoverlooked Gary Ridgeway even after eyewitnesses described his truck numerous times, one victim's family led the police directly to his door, he was investigated and given polygraph tests, and was even stopped by police for using prostitutes a couple times.

A large part of the beginning of this story is a very informative narration of the personal back story of all the 50 women we couldn't get to know them all fully there were SO many, except that their young lives and futures were taken.

I found this story informative. This is now that second story I have listened toof Ann Rules and I will be buying more of her earlier works.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good - But Not Rule's Best
Green River Running Red is Ann Rule's account of the investigation of the Green River killings committed by Gary Ridgway. The book has many of the usual strengths that readers associate with Rule's work. She is an excellent storyteller who knows how to keep the story interesting, even over 430+ pages. Rule also has great knowledge of the Seattle-Tacoma area, where the killings took place.

I have read many of Rule's books and she is a talented writer. Unfortunately, I think that she is no longer able to match the high standards that she set when she wrote her best books.

One persistent problem in Rule's later work is her chronic editorializing. Rule does not trust her readers to draw the conclusions that she wants them to reach; so she obtrusively interjects her opinions. Another unsatisfying aspect of GRRR is that she spends so much time recounting the lives of all of Ridgway's 48 victims. I think that her intentions were admirable in that she apparently wanted to present the victims as real human beings. Unfortunately, all of the short biographies that she presents give GRRR a disjointed quality that detracts from the book's "flow."

True crime fans will still want to read GRRR. It is pretty good, but Rule has often been so much better.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ann Rule always delivers (Kindle edition)
"Green River, Running Red" is a tremendous accomplishment.Not only has Ms. Rule given us the details of the investigation of the Green River disappearances and murders, but she also succeeds in bringing to life -- and enabling the reader to understand and care about -- the killer's many victims, most of whom were very young prostitutes with troubled lives.Along with Ms. Rule's "Stranger Beside Me" (her book on Ted Bundy), "Green River" belongs on any short list of must-read true crime.

The Kindle edition is well produced, with almost no typos and decent reproductions of the book's photos.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good book, but with flaws.
I enjoyed "Green River, Running Red" very much, although it is not without its flaws. Rule presents a tender, sympathetic portrait of the GRK's victims, spending pretty much the entire first half of the book detailing their lives and their attempts to get themselves off the streets. Even though it became very repetitive, I understood what she was trying to do in humanizing so many women who were unwanted in their time.

On the other hand, one finishes the book not knowing very much about Gary Ridgway, the GRK. His background is described briefly here and there, but one never really gets a sense of what his life was like, apart from his killings. Perhaps that is because, despite the many consensual relationships he had with women, no one really knew him. He was a bland, average man with below average intelligence who never seemed to rock the boat very much in his regular life. From his interviews with police (detailed a bit at the end of the book), he comes across as emotionless and heartless, even though he apparently had a good relationship with his last wife.

Despite the flaws (and Rule's tendency to discuss abductions and stories from women who very well may have escaped another abductor and not the GRK), I did enjoy this book. It is very long and involved, but I think that in the end, it's worth reading. ... Read more

60. Runner's World Guide to Running and Pregnancy
by Chris Lundgren
Paperback: 223 Pages (2003-09-20)
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Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Each year, about 785,000 women runners who are pregnant or who have recently given birth hear conflicting fitness advice from friends, family, and even doctors. Save for a handful of magazine articles, these women have nowhere to turn for accurate, up-to-date information.

Until now. The Runner's World Guide to Running and Pregnancy is a first-of-its-kind, comprehensive look at the how-tos and benefits of running for expectant mothers. And the benefits abound. Even a modest pregnancy running program gives women a reduced risk of gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, and premature birth. It also leads to fewer cesareans, faster recovery after delivery, and even smarter babies!

From the worldwide authority on running, the Runner's World Guide to Running and Pregnancy offers the latest, most detailed information available, along with real-life tips to help you succeed. Inside you'll find:

-Advice from experts including sports gynecologists, nutritionists, and exercise physiologists

-The most current heart rate and training guidelines

-Pre-pregnancy and pregnancy stretching and strength programs

-Cross-training suggestions including yoga, Pilates, swimming, and more

-Running-specific menu plans for a healthy pregnancy

-Strategies for preventing injuries

-Money-saving tips for choosing the best maternity running gear

-Guidance for postpartum running

The Runner's World Guide to Running and Pregnancy gets to the bottom of the how-much-is-too-much debate once and for all. Pregnant runners will never be puzzled by conflicting advice again.
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4-0 out of 5 stars solid information
It is very helpful for a noncomplicated pregnancy.It provides a wealth of information otherwise skipped in the literature.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great guide through active pregnancy
First of all (and I have to say this inspired by a last review I read): this is not a book for women who decided to start running after they got pregnant- it's aimed towards women who are already above the average active.
I found it extremely useful since I'm a semi-pro athlete and was worried about exercising while pregnant- now I'm 29 weeks along and I plan on running as long as I can. I am adjusting my level of exercise to my pregnancy weeks of course, this is not a period of your life for setting records and testing your limits.

To all mom-to-be runners: use the second trimester the best you can- it's amazing how as soon as I hit the 3rd my body just slowed down and is asking for more rest. Listen to your bodies. :)

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I found this book to be poorly written, often times in the style of a trashy women's magazine--vapid and full of useless filler for the sake of needing enough material to write a book.

I can understand how some women would find it to be inspirational to read about ultra-marathoners and Ironman competitors running while pregnant but I found it to be a bit of a turn off.How realistic is this for the average pregnant woman who just wants to run for fitness?

I did find the stretches to be useful, and wish there could have been more useful information like this in the book. It felt like it read more like a pregnancy manual at times then a fitness book.

4-0 out of 5 stars Inspiring and helpful
I liked this book, it was recommended by a woman in my running group. It doesn't give you any hard and fast answers but maybe that's because every pregnancy is different. Some of the tidbits about real life moms who ran through pregnancy are inspiring, from a woman who ran a 3:45 marathon when several months pregnant to the woman who had to scale back her training due to pregnancy. I would recommend this book to runners who get pregnant and want to keep running while pregnant.

2-0 out of 5 stars Nothing new
This book has good info, but it wasn't anything I couldn't find online at reputable sources. ... Read more

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