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“The must-have desktop book--like Born To Run on steroids--for runners interested in the subject matter. . . .Tread Lightly will definitely go on my most important bookshelf.” (Amby Burfoot, editor-at-large, Runner’s World magazine, and winner of the 1968 Boston Marathon)
Bill Katovsky, founder of Tri-Athlete Magazine, has completed the Hawaii Ironman twice and is coauthor of Embedded: The Media at War in Iraq, which won Harvard’s Goldsmith Book Prize; and editor of 1,001 Pearls of Runners' Wisdom: Advice and Inspiration for the Open Road, as well as co-founder of the Natural Running Center.
Dr. Peter Larson is an associate professor of biology at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire. He is a Boston-qualifying marathon runner. His website, Runblogger, is recognized as a leading source for information on running shoe innovation and the science of running.
Great writing and research went into this book! To top it off I recommend hiring a running coach. Most aren't cheap. But worth every penny.Published 9 months ago by F/O
Pretty dull book really. I'm highly interested in the subject but found this hard going.Published 12 months ago by Ibex boy
Stuffed with scientific research and historical anecdote. However author does not translate the raw information presented into specific, actionable suggestions. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mr.TT
This is a very good follow up to 'Born to Run' and although I agree with several reviewers that the first. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Daniel Hurley
Well written and easy to read. The author does not proclaim truths but exposes different views and research backgrounds. Read morePublished 16 months ago by asle
I'm a serious runner (~60 miles/100 km per week) and have read numerous books in the genre. I found Tread Lightly to be one of the best I have read in a long time - it's well... Read morePublished 17 months ago by John B
This review is on both the book and his author's website runblogger.com as both resources are helping me to run injury free. Read morePublished 17 months ago by DreamBig
It's a good book if you a running research junkie like myself. If you want to run better or faster, this is not the book for you. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer