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.
Keep it simple! Straight!
As other reviewers, I red tons of books about running and guess what, they are all good, but hard to read.
This book? Read more
Very usefull information.
The book is well written and is easy to read.
The book presents training plans gor all distsmves at different levels. Read more
I personally did not find the book helpful toward increasing my pace. The information is a little tedious and could be useful to someone much more serious-minded than myself.Published 6 months ago by Sweetness
Although I haven't used the whole training plan, I've taken away a lot of useful information to continue to become a better runner. Read morePublished 8 months ago by highonrunning
I started out skeptical because I don't like the idea of customized workouts and need a cut and dry "this is your work out today" but the more I read and the more of the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Erica
I like the do-it-yourself approach to lots of things and this book makes it easy to apply Hudson's approach as if he is right there, and in many ways he is.Published 11 months ago by Billy Dean
This guy may know a lot about coaching, but has no ability to translate his knowledge into a book. The sample workout plans are confusing, and overall the book is poorly edited. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eric
I like his theories, and the programs seem lagit. I will definely incorporate what he proscribes into my own addaptive technique. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Alan J. Parent