Fitness Running by Richard L. Brown
(Fitness Spectrum Series)

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This is a training book for runners at all levels and a text for fitness running classes. It contains 60 easy-to-use, colour-coded running workouts that add variety to exercise routines, and instructions on using the workouts to set up a personalized running programme. In the first part readers learn how to: choose running equipment and clothing; use correct running form; determine the proper starting level for training; warm-up and cool-down properly. Part two gives complete descriptions of the 60 workouts that are colour-coded according to their level of difficulty, and vary in in tensity and duration. Part three shows how to combine these workouts into a personal training programme to achieve the desired goals of the runner.

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Brown was director of Athletics West, Nike's track and field organization. Joe Henderson is a former editor of Runner's World (1970-77) and a prolific author, with 22 previous books on running and fitness. He was RRCA's Journalist of the Year both in 1979 and in 1997--the only person to receive this distinction twice--and he has been a member of the RRCA Hall of Fame since 1979. Henderson is highly regarded in the running community and is currently the West Coast editor of Runner's World. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.
Published April 1, 1994 by Human Kinetics Publishers. 173 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Professional & Technical, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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