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Trail running combines all the health and fitness benefits of walking and road running with the outdoor adventure of such sports as hiking and mountain biking―not to mention the spiritual renewal from a day spent communing with nature. No wonder it has become one of the world’s most popular fitness activities. The Ultimate Guide to Trail Running provides all the essential information needed, including finding trails and getting started; managing ascents and descents with ease; maneuvering off-road obstacles; strength, stretching, and cross-training exercises; selecting proper shoes, clothing, and accessories; safety on the trail; and racing and other trail events.
Adam W. Chase, an accomplished ultrarunner, snowshoe racer, and adventure athlete, is president of the All American Trail Running Association.
Nancy Hobbs has been running trails and directing running events since the mid-1980s, and her articles and photographs have been published in such magazines as Trail Runner and Runner’s World. She is the founder and executive director of the All American Trail Running Association.
I won't say that I didn't like the book, but it just didn't give me what I was looking for. It had good information in it but it was just a little to general for me. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anthony D Smith
This was a gift so I had to ask the recipient how he liked it and he said that it was everything that he'd hoped it would be.Published 20 months ago by Loretta Kennelly
I'm oversimplyfying - trail running is different in many ways but I'm not sure there is enough that is different to warrant an entire book on the subject. Read morePublished on August 31, 2013 by W. D. Winstead
Writen entirely for the US crowd. Now praise should be given for putting it together but for an experienced runner or trail runner nothing really new. More of a reference book.Published on August 6, 2012 by Shane W. Early