From Library Journal
This book's subtitle describes it best. While exploring the interconnectedness of running with the mind, body, and spirit, Sheehan, a well-known doctor, runner, and author of many books on running such as Personal Best (Rodale Pr., 1989), also provides sound, practical advice on training and racing. This book will appeal to "middle of the pack" runners who are more interested in the quality of their running and training, rather than the quantity. Older runners, and those who simply want to smell the flowers along the way instead of putting in 100-mile weeks, will also be interested. Sheehan's emphasis is on running by the clock (time) instead of concentrating on running megamiles. Sheehan advocates listening to the body, mind, and spirit to determine how far and how fast to run. For large sports collections.- Susan L. Patton, Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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