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ROSS TUCKER, PHD, serves as scientific editor of Runner's World South Africa, a consultant technical expert with Adidas South Africa, and editor of Health 24, South Africa's largest fitness- and health-related Web site. Tucker, a competitive runner himself, lives in Cape Town, South Africa.
JONATHAN DUGAS, PHD, holds a post-doctoral fellowship with the University of Chicago. He is the cocreator, with his colleague Ross Tucker, of the popular Science of Sport blog. A qualified USA Cycling coach, he lives in Chicago.
MATT FITZGERALD is a prolific health and fitness journalist. He writes regularly for such national publications as Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Runner's World, and Triathlete. With nine books to his credit, he also creates interactive training programs for runners and triathletes and leads clinics at triathlon and running events throughout the U.S. He lives in Northern California.
This book's title says it all. It actually delivers on its promise. After I read this book, I got stronger and I did start to go longer running sessions. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andreas Michaelides
Interesting read for someone interested in the changes occurring in the runner's body. Refers to a lot of studies but no clear link to the actual details/names/authors of those... Read morePublished 14 months ago by phyllis
I was expecting a little more from this book. There's some good information but if you have a subscription to runners world magazine, then skip it. Read morePublished 15 months ago by MoMo
Although, the authors claim to be in the head of all the new research on running and phisiology, their advices are rather pretty notorious to established knowledge in the field. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mila
The book contains some good information. But I didn't learn anything that I haven't already seen in the runner's periodicals. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sweetness
This is a very detailed and informative book. Sometimes a little too much on the side of technical with wording, but over all a good book if you want to know how running effects... Read morePublished on October 28, 2013 by Cyrus Dillinger