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Mastering Running

Author : Utzschneider, Cathy
ISBN : 9781450459723
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 65. 48 MB
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A comprehensive resource for fitness and competitive runners aged 30 and older, Mastering Running proves that age is no obstacle to excellence. With information and advice on topics that matter most to older runners, Mastering Running provides master-specific drills, exercises, and training plans.

Masters Running

Author : Hal Higdon
ISBN : 1594860211
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 40. 40 MB
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A championship runner describes the techniques and methods needed to become a competitive runner after age forty, with information on intelligent training, developing fitness and flexibility, maintaining a healthy diet, and much more. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Mastering The Half Marathon Mini Ebook

Author : Utzschneider, Cathy
ISBN : 9781450491518
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 81. 35 MB
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Mastering the Half Marathon will help runners over the age of 35 reach PRs in one of the sport’s most popular events. This mini e-book includes 12-week training plans, information on speed development, and strategies for race day, including pacing and fueling during and after the race.

Mastering Cycling

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ISBN : 9781450408752
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File Size : 73. 85 MB
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How Bad Do You Want It

Author : Matt Fitzgerald
ISBN : 9781781316054
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 20. 90 MB
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HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT? revisits some of the most extraordinary moments from the history of endurance sports to show how mental strength allows some athletes to perform at a level way beyond their physical limits – to will their body to do what was previously thought biologically impossible. Drawing on cutting-edge scientific research it suggests concrete habits and tactics we can use to cultivate our own mental strength, whilst providing thrilling accounts of some of the most inspiring and astonishing feats in sporting history. In 2010 Sammy Wanjiru entered the Boston Marathon suffering from injuries to his knee and his lower back, a stomach virus that prevented him from training and a lifestyle that meant he spent more time in nightclubs than on the track. He shouldn’t have even been able to finish the race, and at times he seemed as if he literally had nothing left to give, yet in an epic battle he crossed the finishing line first. How did he manage it? HOW BAD DO YOU WANT IT? describes a new 'psychobiological' model of endurance performance connecting the mind, body and brain. Compelling accounts from triathlon, cycling, running, rowing and swimming are viewed through the lens of this model shedding new light on what science has to say about mental fortitude in sports. Featured athletes include: Sammy Wanjiru, Jenny Barringer, Greg LeMond, Willie Stewart, Cadel Evans, Joseph Sullivan, Paula Newby-Fraser, Ryan Vail, Thomas Voeckler, Ned Overend, Steve Prefontaine

Ironfit S Marathons After 40

Author : Don Fink
ISBN : 9781493026883
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 63. 10 MB
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The only marathon training guide athletes forty and older will ever need Updated with full-color exercise photography; cutting-edge training, strength, core, and flexibility programs; and specific instruction for the most popular version of the marathon, the Half-Marathon, this book starts with s simple premise: training methods for younger athletes no longer work for athletes over forty. Melanie and Don Fink present step-by-step action plans for faster times, fewer injuries, and more enjoyment for the Master’s marathoner. Including profiles of successful older athletes, this book also provides ways to avoid common training and racing mistakes, recovery methods unique to forty-plus athletes, secrets to staying injury-free, and much more.

Beyond Training

Author : Ben Greenfield
ISBN : 9781628600124
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 33. 1 MB
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Presents a guide to achieving peak fitness capability by optimizing performance, fat loss, and brain function, covering such aspects of health as nutrition, training, recovery, stress and time management, sleep, and digestion.

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