The 50 Best Tips EVER for Running Fitter, Faster and Forever (Instructional Videos and Running Plans Included) Kindle Edition
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Welle takes a balanced look at fitness, nutrition, strength, form, mentality, and other factors that affect performance, recognizing that none of these areas can be ignored if one wants to be a competitive runner.
The strength of this book is that it is short and (mostly) straight forward. There are times when Welle gets scientific, and this runner disagrees with some of what he says, but over all this is a great little book and definitely worth the price.
This is the first time that I've actually read something that explains the whole process of running, from mindset right through to mechanics and how muscles and movements actually work. Finally, I actually understand it! Better still, I'm pumped to get started!
The 50 Best Tips book is written by a knowledgeable runner and the tips are easy to understand. I think they will also be easy to layer on to my current level of knowledge and build them into my running plan. This book seems to have everything I need to become the runner I desire.
Well written, good job by Scott Welle.
I really appreciated the explanation of how lactic acid build up in our bodies. I've been about to share this info with clients as well.
I think everyone who runs would do themselves good with a simple explanation like Scott shares.
I also like the author's emphasis on the aulqity of running form and not just the number of miles.