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For the competitive runner who understands the work and drudgery (100+ mile weeks) necessary for reaching running supremacy.
Great for cross/track coaches as well.
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 4 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 5 months ago by Health and budget conscious mom
The stories and detail are something a true distance runner will appreciate.Published 6 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 8 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 8 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 9 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 9 months ago by Yuri