This book is truly amazing!! I love all of the different kinds of strategies!! This book has already given me new running techniques!! Thanks for your help
A Race Without a Finish Line:
Running Stories, Flexi-Gluten Free Meal Plan, Olympic Training Strategies,
and Research for Efficient Distance Running
Learn of secret races, night group trail runs along riverbeds and scenic downtown runs occurring in dyads, triads, alongside cyclists, and in and around running Meetup groups.
Become immersed completely in local running communities. Identify cues via social media for the long run in a new city. Time, record, map and post runs to the Internet. Obtain web resources for inexpensive travel to destination runs in other states.
In this book, running occurs among individuals, dyads, triads, and significantly larger groups. Web resources for all things running are included along with a flexi-gluten free/non-gluten free meal plan. A cross-training workout provides strength training for a faster 10k or Marathon. Strategies for long distance training/conditioning utilized by Olympic athletes are included. Hundreds of pointers/tips are provided to level up one’s running game.
Book is full length at approx. 45,000 words….
About the Author
Hi, my name is Jason Hill. I’m an avid runner and my high school track coach was an Olympic Athlete who competed against Carl Lewis in 1984. Training under my coach and training beyond that led me to run approx. 15,000 miles. I plan to run until I’m 99.
As humans we were made to be in motion; in fact, movement enhances thinking and being. Longitudinal research coming out of Dallas, TX suggests that runners can add an average of 3 years to their lives. And this is true even among runners that run slow and sporadically.
Feel free to download this running book. Acquire motivation via running stories occurring across a number of states. Adopt the cross training workout, in addition to the flexi-gluten free meal plan to enhance running efficiency. Read the latest running research, utilize web resources to identify running destinations in new states, and take advantage of cost saving travel.
And last but not least, have some fun!