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It's an easy read with a lot of useful training tips.
It would appear, however, that most of the evidence cited in this book is based on his personal experience or anecdotes, rather than science.
My favorite advice from Fitzgerald is his incorporation of proprioceptive cues into each of these training plans.
Good book. Though a little repeticios from his other great books!,Published 28 days ago by Santiherbal24FIT
Great advice and a easy read.
A lot to take in and I am finding focusing difficult with all the new knowledge I have received from this book. Read more
I didn't like the book. It is monotonous, repetitious and shallow. What's worse, it does not deliver what it's title implies. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fernando Cabral
I'm using this book to prepare for my first marathon. The training plans are working really well for me. The proprioceptive cues are great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Salaman
Awesome book for those looking to improve your running time. Offers 3 different level plans (entry to advanced) for 5k through marathon distances.Published 1 month ago by christine a. nagy
Brings tremendous light to the mental side of training. Has been a huge help to the volunteer coaching that I am involved with.Published 2 months ago by eric m.
I'm not done reading it yet but I have learned of ways to "train the brain" to help you overcome pains in your runs. Check it out.Published 3 months ago by Rightwing Patriot
I have been bitten by the running bug since I decided to use running to improve my fitness. I've always been athletic, but the one thing I was never good at was running. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Knitting Archaeologist