Ultimate Training by Gary Null
Gary's Null's Complete Guide to Eating Right, Exercise, and Living Longer

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Many training programs increase performance by sacrificing personal health, ignoring the body's important physical and mental needs, and, finally, leading to injury. Ultimate Training shows how to heighten physical stamina while increasing the well-being of the whole body. Null's comprehensive regimen offers specific advice about physiology, nutrition, and how to avoid injuries. It is also designed to integrate emotional, spiritual, and intellectual energy with the tough physical demands of long-distance running and race walking.

This book includes:

* Information on how to develop a holistic workout, regardless of age or physical condition
* A 28-Day Running Plan that can be incorporated into any busy schedule
* A detailed list of common running injuries, plus stretches and exercises to prevent them
* Key steps to improving the immune system
* An extensive nutritional guide

The founder of the Natural Living, Walking, and Running Club, Gary Null has developed a holistic running regimen that has been used by over ten thousand runners, including Olympians and triathletes. This is the first book on his increasingly popular training philosophy and it is geared toward a general audience.

About Gary Null

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GARY NULL, PH.D. is a lifelong documentarian, radio host, author, and investigative journalist. He is the host of the radio show The Gary Null Show, and bestselling author of many health books, including Gary Null's Ultimate Anti-Aging Program. Null lives in New York City.
Published March 15, 1993 by St. Martin's Griffin. 224 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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In Part One of his new book, talk-show host Null (Gary Null's Ultimate Anti-Aging Program) explains in lengthy detail what he considers to be the negative effects of many diets, including hormonal imbalances and eating disorders.

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The book purports to ``take a holistic approach'' to walking and running ``that encompasses our physical, mental and spiritual dimensions.'' Instead, most of its 200-plus pages are studded with profundities such as these: ``If you run first thing in the morning, do not eat until after you finish ...

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