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Runner's World Kindle Edition

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Who Reads Runner's World Magazine? Runner's World will motivate and inspire you. Each monthly issue of Runner's World brings you advice on new running techniques, introduces you the latest running products and national and international race information. You'll find the strategies, tips and advice to fuel your performance, prevent injuries, burn fat, shed stress, and achieve your personal goals. Runner's World is filled with the powerful information that will help you run faster and farther and have more fun doing it. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Regular section of Runner's World include: Training Techniques: Tips from the Professionals to help you achieve your personal best Shoe Guides: Detailed Guides providing a comprehensive analysis of the newest running shoes Inspirational Stories: To motivate and encourage every runner Safety Advice: Tips to keep you safe to insure you have the run of your life Recipes for a Runner: Nutritional and Delicious Recipes to prepare you for any type of race Races & Places: Keep informed of the upcoming race events in your area Feature Articles: Include Marathon Spring Training Guide,Food Fuel, What to Eat and When to Eat it,The Essential Got-to-Have Shoe Review, and Races & Places Review of Today's most challenging races and the Runner's who tackled them.

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The content is great but if you also subscribe to the print version you will be disappointed that the Kindle version is released each month long after its print companion. By the time the Kindle versions arrives I typically will have read every article in the print version twice. This would be fine if the Kindle version was free with my print copy but it is not. I will likely cancel the Kindle version subscription soon.
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I wish magazine publishers would put at least a little effort into presenting their content to take advantage of the technology we're viewing it on. Just look at Entertainment Weekly or Business Week (the iPad versions) to see how a magazine can offer the reader a better experience on a tablet than the printed version.

Simple touches like allowing you to save favorite articles or share them on Facebook.

Unfortunately Runners World on the Kindle is just a glorified PDF file. Even worse, you can't even do simple things that you can do with normal PDF's - like highlight text or even click on hyperlinks in articles.
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This is exactly like the print version. You do need to zoom in to read most of the content. The magazine works very well with my Kindle Fire. I am a little annoyed that my printed April issue came in the mail yesterday and I don't have it on my Kindle yet. I'm sure it will arrive soon. I highly recommend that you get this subscription.
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I was a big fan of this version. However, starting with the September 2014 version of the Kindle edition, changes to the format have made this nearly unusable. In the previous formatting (up through August 2014), a user could double tap on the page and the page would transform into reading mode, with much larger text on the Kindle Fire. With the new formatting this is not possible. To make matters worse, the ability to zoom is also gone.

I will not renew if this issue is not corrected. While the editors may have had good intentions in making a more interactive digital magazine, they did not do proper testing on each platform. I challenge Rodale to get this corrected.

This has gone from a 5 start review (good content and format) to a 2-star review (the content may still be good, but it's too small to read).

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There are a wide variety of reviews and complaints and I will address each of these with regard to my rating.

Content - Excellent. This is the same content as the print version of Runner's World, good or bad. It includes all of the articles and all of the advertisements. A variety of running topics are covered. If you're a runner, there is enough for you to like. If you're not, don't get the magazine.

Format - This magazine is formatted perfectly for the Kindle Fire HD. Sorry if you have the old Kindle. Just don't give it a one-star review because you don't have a device that is support. In native format, the print is pretty small, but readable with my reading glasses. However, if you double-tap the article, it comes up in Kindle reading mode, using your Kindle font size and style.

Price - A lot cheaper than the news stand price.
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Of course Runners' World has great content, but I was not satisfied with this digital version. I think it lays out much too small and that the navigation isn't user friendly. It's almost as if the print version was simply scanned in like a PDF file. I am happy with the digital versions of several other magazines, this one just wasn't good.
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This magazine is fantastic! Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, this magazine has everything. From tips about how to run, where to run, what to wear, who to run/train with, etc., etc., etc., this magazine has got it.

You wouldn't think there could be enough to write about running month after month, but there is!

Pick this magazine up! You won't regret it!

By the way...Kindle Fire edition...Way super awesome!
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This magazine is good encouragement for beginning to seasoned runners. It's never too early or too late to take up running. People are motivated by all kinds of things with running: enjoying health benefits that come from running, the fun/social aspect of meeting up with others that share a mutual love and hobby in running, and still others are more serious and prefer the competitive edge of running (maybe that's a bigger highlight for those that are more of the elite runner-type. I don't understand that level personally because I've never been there myself. ;-) ). This magazine is a good resource for any/all runners, regardless of motivation for running. There are really good tips for eating right with running, treating running injuries, buying the right kind of running shoes for specific running styles, running schedules and routines to help train for everyday running and then community runs too for setting and meeting goals(from 5Ks to marathons). This magazine is full of helpful articles from all kinds of contributors that are experienced runners. Many of them have decades of experience they share. Individual/experienced runners share their tips but the magazine also offers advice backed by different kinds of scientific studies so, it's not just someone's opinion and personal experience alone. One of the highlights for this magazine is that it shares details of different runs (5Ks, 10Ks, half and full marathons) that are located all over the U.S. and internationally as well. The magazine shares when and where these runs are located. Especially for beginning runners, it really helps to pick a run and plan to do it (and even better to do this with friends).Read more ›
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