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JOHN "THE PENGUIN" BINGHAM writes a column for Runner's World magazine and teaches the basics of running to adult-onset athletes. The author of No Need for Speed and coauthor (with Jenny Hadfield) of Marathoning for Mortals, he lives in Chicago.
JENNY HADFIELD, MA, CPT, is a fitness expert who has trained thousands of walkers, run-walkers, and runners of all levels. Her gentle yet uncompromising approach to training combined with her unique insights into the human body and mind will help readers discover their inner long-distance athlete. She lives in Chicago.
It might be a helpful book for people not having run or even walked more than five minutes over the last few years, but for me (over 50, not overweight, and in moderate condition)... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Ann
This booked helped ease me into running from a very non-running state. Loved it. Good advice for mortals.Published 1 month ago by Kmbp15
Very informative and educational. I learned a lot from it and am putting into practice some of the training plans and workouts. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Perry Munoz
I was a runner for 6 months when I read this book and I strongly remember I read a lot of personal stories of how people began running, what was their physical situation before... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andreas Michaelides
I started running using the Couch to 5K program a year ago. I was 47 at the time, 60 pounds overweight, and had never been a runner. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shelly Cote
Maybe you're like I was when I first considered this book, and you feel weird picking this up for a read, like you have no business doing so. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Utterly Undead Reads (and sometimes more)
I've been running for only about 4 years and I wish I'd have had this book when I started. I absolutely love the information and advice and can apply it to many workouts I take on. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Barbara