This is also one of those books that you cannot read just once; you will pick it up time after time.
One thing that you learn from this book is that runners are athletes in every sense of the word, more so than successful athletes in many other sports.
This book is a well written documentary of a season with the University of Colorado cross country team.
This is a fun read. It lives up to Lear's title: I feel like I ran with the CU team. I've owned the book a decade and still come back back to it when my running needs a kickstart. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nathan
Running with the Buffalo is a story about a group of young men pushing themselves,willing themselves to run faster, run smarter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Health and budget conscious mom
The stories and detail are something a true distance runner will appreciate.Published 4 months ago by derek li
A good diary of several months in the life of an elite team leading up to NCAA finals. Great experience of the events that can affect a team and a great story of how much things... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dylan Cornelius
Great details of life as a college athlete; and the coaching aspect. Recommended for detail type people; runners only. Not a book for the casual reader.Published 7 months ago by Ellis
Great way to describe rrather graphically, Group "social running." A workable formula for building group running prrograms! I loved it!Published 7 months ago by Roberto Rosales
As the book evolves from a training log to an actual story it drives involvement, great for track runners and even more for those that have heard of or are somehow involved with CU... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Yuri