Working with Brad for the past three years has helped me get much stronger, allowing me to make it to the next level. Thanks to Brad’s training I can now compete with the best in the world every time I race.” —Dathan Ritzenhein, two-time Olympian
“Brad’s training has elevated my running to heights I daydreamed about as a high school kid. Not only is his training innovative, he’s a phenomenal motivator.” —James Carney, 2008 U.S.A. Half-Marathon Champion
“Brad understands the entire training package and all its components better than any coach I’ve worked with, athletically or professionally. Reading this book can help take you to the next level and keep pushing you up as far and fast as you want to go.” —Sarah Toland, former NCAA All-American, U.S.A. National Cross-Country Team member, and Olympic Trials qualifier for the 5,000 and 10,000
“Brad Hudson’s years of personal elite training experience, combined with his wide spectrum of training influences, has catapulted him into a class of American coaching that has typically consisted of archaic, iron-fisted coaching systems. He has the ability and openmindedness to return U.S. distance running to prominence.” —Casey Burchill, 28-minute 10K runner
is the founder and coach of the Performance Training Group, a team of elite runners. He lives in Eugene, Oregon. MATT FITZGERALD has written many training guides for triathletes. He is a senior editor for Triathlete magazine and lives in San Diego, California.
Though I returned this book I'm giving it 5 stars for the sole reason that its very helpful but geared towards the seasoned runner. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Holly H.
This book was something out of this world; it showed me step by step how to become literally my own coach in running. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andreas Michaelides
I really like this book. I find it to be pretty clearly written, but I can see how some runners may either find it overwhelming, or might not intuitively "get" some of the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jj
Excellent service--the book arrived in less time than expected, and while it was advertised as "acceptable," it has only one small mark on one page. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jules
I'm about half way through the book. It's taking a while because it's really boring. The author repeats himself a lot. Read morePublished 6 months ago by CoffeeLover
Not quite what I expected. If you are a perfectly tuned running machine, you just might be able to adhere to this training, but the normal human cannot tolerate running over 100... Read morePublished 7 months ago by John S. Short
Top 6 books every runner should own. It is that simple. I have read over 50 running books, and over 15 just this year. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Soren G. Brockdorf
As a long-time runner and finisher of about a dozen marathons, this book is definitely my go-to resource when coming up with a training plan for a goal race. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nathan Leckband