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 10 days ago by Ellis
Great way to describe rrather graphically, Group "social running." A workable formula for building group running prrograms! I loved it!Published 16 days 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 20 days ago by Yuri
This book is the real deal. Not only is it a great story, the book is also really informative about how a top NCAA team trains.Published 1 month ago by Brian Coombs
Amazingly compelling and engaging read-from the first word to the last. Fantastically well written, RWTB engages all readers, not just those already steeped in running lore.Published 1 month ago by scherbs
This is one of those books that will make you cry, laugh, and examine your own work ethics all at the same time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jocelyn J McCreary
Champions are made with work on the track or with life. This is a must read for anyone who enjoys reading books on running.Published 2 months ago by Joseph L. Delgado Jr.
With Adam Goucher as Secretariat and the rest of the CU stable close behind, Mark Wetmore weaves his mysticism and physiology into a six-month long training regime for success,... Read morePublished 4 months ago by firstname.lastname@example.org