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Running The Dream by Matt Fitzgerald

Title Running the Dream
Author Matt Fitzgerald
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2020-05-05
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781643135151
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The bestselling author of 8/20 Running and How Bad Do You Want It? reveals his inspiring and surprising journey to see just how fast he can go. Matt Fitzgerald has already made a name for himself in the endurance sport community with books like 80/20 Running, How Bad Do You Want It? and Iron War. He is an accomplished amateur runner, but if he follows the training, nutrition and lifestyle of an elite runner, just how fast could he go? He is approaching his mid-forties, so the time to do this is now. He at last has the financial means to do nothing but train. He accepts the goodwill of a friend who will let him crash at his apartment in the running mecca of Flagstaff, Arizona, and convinces the coach of Northern Arizona Elite, one of the country's premier professional running teams, to let him train with a roster of national champions and Olympic hopefuls for an entire summer leading in to the Chicago Marathon. The results were astounding... Filled with a vibrant cast of characters, rigorous and gut-wrenching training, Matt’s knowledgeable yet self-deprecating voice allows us to vicariously live out our own fantasies of having the opportunity to go all the way. Yet for the runners Matt trains with, it’s no mere fantasy, but a calling and their individual stories enrich this inspiring narrative. Running the Dream is a chance for us all to experience a bit of this rarified and wild world, and to take away pieces of this amazing journey to try to achieve our own potential.

Out Of Thin Air by Michael Crawley

Title Out of Thin Air
Author Michael Crawley
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2020-11-12
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781472975317
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Full of wonderful insights and lessons from a world where the ability to run is viewed as something almost mysterious and magical.' Adharanand Finn, author of Running with the Kenyans 'Ethiopia is a place where I have been told that energy is controlled by angels and demons and where witchdoctors can help you to acquire another runner's power. It is a place where an anonymous runner in the forest told me, miming an imaginary scoreboard and with a completely straight face, that he had dreamt that he would run 10km in 25 minutes. It is a place where they tell me that the air at Mount Entoto will transform me into a 2.08 marathon runner. It is a place, in short, of wisdom and magic, where dreaming is still very much alive.' Why does it make sense to Ethiopian runners to get up at 3am to run up and down a hill? Who would choose to train on almost impossibly steep and rocky terrain, in hyena territory? And how come Ethiopian men hold six of the top ten fastest marathon times ever? Michael Crawley spent fifteen months in Ethiopia training alongside (and sometimes a fair way behind) runners at all levels of the sport, from night watchmen hoping to change their lives to world class marathon runners, in order to answer these questions. Follow him into the forest as he attempts to keep up and get to the heart of their success.

Win At All Costs by Matt Hart

Title Win at All Costs
Author Matt Hart
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-10-06
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 432
ISBN 9780062917805
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"After years of rumors and speculation, Matt Hart sets out to peel back the layers of secrecy that protected the most powerful coach in running. What he finds will leave you indignant—and wondering whether anything in the high-stakes world of Olympic sport has truly changed." —Alex Hutchinson, New York Times bestselling author of Endure Game of Shadows meets Shoe Dog in this explosive behind-the-scenes look that reveals for the first time the unsettling details of Nike's secret running program—the Nike Oregon Project. In May 2017, journalist Matt Hart received a USB drive containing a single file—a 4.7-megabyte PDF named “Tic Toc, Tic Toc. . . .” He quickly realized he was in possession of a stolen report prepared a year earlier by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for the Texas Medical Board, part of an investigation into legendary running coach Alberto Salazar, a Houston-based endocrinologist named Dr. Jeffrey Brown, and cheating by Nike-sponsored runners, including some of the world’s best athletes. The information Hart received was part of an unfolding story of deception which began when Steve Magness, an assistant to Salazar, broke the omertà—the Mafia-like code of silence about performance-enhancing drugs among those involved—and alerted USADA. He was soon followed by Olympians Adam and Kara Goucher who risked their careers to become whistleblowers on their former Nike running family in Beaverton, Oregon. Combining sports drama and business exposé, Win at All Costs tells the full story of Nike’s running program, uncovering a corporate win-at-all-costs culture.

Running To The Edge by Matthew Futterman

Title Running to the Edge
Author Matthew Futterman
Publisher Anchor
Release Date 2020-04-14
Category Running
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9780525562573
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The story of visionary American running coach Bob Larsen's mismatched team of elite California runners who would win championships and Olympic glory in a decades-long pursuit of the epic run. In the dusty hills above San Diego, Bob Larsen became America's greatest running coach. Running to the Edge is a riveting account of Larsen's journey, and his quest to discover the unorthodox training secrets that would lead American runners to breakthroughs never imagined. Futterman interweaves the dramatic stories of Larsen's runners with a fascinating discourse on the science behind human running, as well as a personal running narrative that follows Futterman's own checkered love-affair with the sport. The result is a narrative that will speak to every runner, a story of Larsen's triumphs--from high school cross-country meets to the founding of the cult-favorite, 70's running group, the Jamul Toads; from his long tenure as head coach at UCLA to the secret training regimen of world champion athletes like Larsen's protégé, Meb Keflezighi. Running to the Edge is a page-turner . . . a relentless crusade to run faster, farther.

Sporting Gender by Joanna Harper

Title Sporting Gender
Author Joanna Harper
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Release Date 2019-12-11
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 304
ISBN 9781538112977
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games are likely to feature the first transgender athlete, a topic that will be highly contentious during the competition. But transgender and intersex athletes such as Laurel Hubbard, Tifanny Abreu, and Caster Semenya didn’t just turn up overnight. Both intersex and transgender athletes have been newsworthy stories for decades. In Sporting Gender: The History, Science, and Stories of Transgender and Intersex Athletes, Joanna Harper provides an in-depth examination of why gender diverse athletes are so controversial. She not only delves into the history of these athletes and their personal stories, but also explains in a highly accessible manner the science behind their gender diversity and why the science is important for regulatory committees—and the general public—to consider when evaluating sports performance. Sporting Gender gives the reader a perspective that is both broad in scope and yet detailed enough to grasp the nuances that are central in understanding the controversies over intersex and transgender athletes. Featuring personal investigations from the author, who has had first-person access to some of the most significant recent developments in this complex arena, this book provides fascinating insight into sex, gender, and sports.

80 20 Running by Matt Fitzgerald

Title 80 20 Running
Author Matt Fitzgerald
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2014-09-02
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780698165847
Language English, Spanish, and French
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TRAIN EASIER TO RUN FASTER This revolutionary training method has been embraced by elite runners—with extraordinary results—and now you can do it, too. Respected running and fitness expert Matt Fitzgerald explains how the 80/20 running program—in which you do 80 percent of runs at a lower intensity and just 20 percent at a higher intensity—is the best change runners of all abilities can make to improve their performance. With a thorough examination of the science and research behind this training method, 80/20 Running is a hands-on guide for runners of all levels with training programs for 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and marathon distances. In 80/20 Running, you’ll discover how to transform your workouts to avoid burnout. • Runs will become more pleasant and less draining • You’ll carry less fatigue from one run to the next • Your performance will improve in the few high-intensity runs • Your fitness levels will reach new heights 80/20 Running promotes a message that all runners—as well as cyclists, triathletes, and even weight-loss seekers—can embrace: Get better results by making the majority of your workouts easier.

The Unforgiving Line by Paul C. Maurer

Title The Unforgiving Line
Author Paul C. Maurer
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2020-01-26
Category Fiction
Total Pages 298
ISBN 9780359944941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For some, running is a cornerstone in their lives. To those individuals, there is an unquenchable need to run on roads, trails and track. They cannot explain it, but that does not matter. Running is who they are. It is for them The Unforgiving Line is written. Blending past and present, the glorious history of distance running is woven into the tale. Mac, a running warrior from a past era, cannot erase his failure at the worst of times: the 1968 Olympic trials fifteen-hundred meters. D.J., a talented but emotionally fractured sixteen-year old, carries scars garnered from a troubled home life. Mac and D.J. form an unlikely pairing, but each carries the other on a path that encounters rejection, failure, and broken dreams in the quest of finding love and redemption. The Unforgiving Line delivers through the final stride.

Title Running with the Buffaloes
Author Chris Lear
Publisher Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date 2011-04-01
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780762774579
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Top five Best Books About Running, Runner's World Magazine Top three Best Books About Running, readers of Runner's World Magazine (December 2009) A phenomenal portrait of courage and desire that will do for college cross-country what John Feinstein's A Season on the Brink did for college basketball.

Run The World by Becky Wade

Title Run the World
Author Becky Wade
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2016-07-05
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780062416445
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From elite marathoner and Olympic hopeful Becky Wade comes the story of her year-long exploration of diverse global running communities from England to Ethiopia—9 countries, 72 host families, and over 3,500 miles of running—investigating unique cultural approaches to the sport and revealing the secrets to the success of runners all over the world. Fresh off a successful collegiate running career—with multiple NCAA All-American honors and two Olympic Trials qualifying marks to her name—Becky Wade was no stranger to international competition. But after years spent safely sticking to the training methods she knew, Becky was curious about how her counterparts in other countries approached the sport to which she’d dedicated over half of her life. So in 2012, as a recipient of the Watson Fellowship, she packed four pairs of running shoes, cleared her schedule for the year, and took off on a journey to infiltrate diverse running communities around the world. What she encountered far exceeded her expectations and changed her outlook into the sport she loved. Over the next twelve months—visiting 9 countries with unique and storied running histories, logging over 3,500 miles running over trails, tracks, sidewalks, and dirt roads—Becky explored the varied approaches of runners across the globe. Whether riding shotgun around the streets of London with Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt, climbing for an hour at daybreak to the top of Ethiopia’s Mount Entoto just to start her daily run, or getting lost jogging through the bustling streets of Tokyo, Becky’s unexpected adventures, keen insights, and landscape descriptions take the reader into the heartbeat of distance running around the world. Upon her return to the United States, she incorporated elements of the training styles she’d sampled into her own program, and her competitive career skyrocketed. When she made her marathon debut in 2013, winning the race in a blazing 2:30, she became the third-fastest woman marathoner under the age of 25 in U.S. history, qualifying for the 2016 Olympic Trials and landing a professional sponsorship from Asics. From the feel-based approach to running that she learned from the Kenyans, to the grueling uphill workouts she adopted from the Swiss, to the injury-recovery methods she learned from the Japanese, Becky shares the secrets to success from runners and coaches around the world. The story of one athlete’s fascinating journey, Run the World is also a call to change the way we approach the world’s most natural and inclusive sport.

The Five And Ten Men by Richard Amery

Title The Five and Ten Men
Author Richard Amery
Publisher Distancedreaming
Release Date 2019-06-30
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 310
ISBN 0648561402
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sports history

Like Father Like Son by Matt Centrowitz

Title Like Father Like Son
Author Matt Centrowitz
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-01-19
Category
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1542655048
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Matt Centrowitz' journey as a runner, coach and father.

Lets Run Away by Abang Publishing

Title Lets Run Away
Author Abang Publishing
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-06-12
Category
Total Pages 120
ISBN 9798653438592
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This 120-page journal features: 120 wide-ruled lined pages 6" x 9" size - big enough for your writing and small enough to take with you smooth white-color paper, perfect for ink, gel pens, pencils or colored pencils a cover page where you can enter your name and other information a matte-finish cover for an elegant, professional look and feel This journal can be used for writing poetry, jotting down your brilliant ideas, recording your accomplishments, and more. Use it as a diary or gratitude journal, a travel journal or to record your food intake or progress toward your fitness goals. The simple lined pages allow you to use it however you wish. We offer a wide variety of journals, so keep one by your bedside as a dream journal, one in your car to record mileage and expenses, one by your computer for login names and passwords, and one in your purse or backpack to jot down random thoughts and inspirations throughout the day. Paper journals never need to be charged and no batteries are required! You only need your thoughts and dreams and something to write with. These journals also make wonderful gifts, so put a smile on someone's face today!

Racing The Rain by John L. Parker

Title Racing the Rain
Author John L. Parker
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2015-07-14
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781476769875
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the author of the New York Times bestselling Once a Runner—acclaimed by Runner’s World as “the best novel ever written about running”—comes that novel’s prequel, the story of a world-class athlete coming of age in the 1950s and ’60s on Florida’s Gold Coast. Quenton Cassidy is the skinniest boy in school, and also one of the fastest. Cassidy spends his afternoons exploring his primal surroundings: the local river, the nearby ocean, the lakes, swamps, and forests that dominate the landscape of the Florida everglades. While adventuring, Cassidy befriends Trapper Nelson, an iconoclastic hunter who lives in an isolated compound on the riverbank. By junior high, Cassidy dreams of becoming a basketball player, but Nelson’s influence runs deep and Cassidy begins to view running as a way to interact with the natural world. Warned of Nelson’s checkered past, Cassidy dismisses the stories as hearsay, until his town is rocked by the disappearance and apparent murder of a prominent judge and his wife. Cassidy’s loyalty to his friend is severely tested just as his opportunity to make his mark as a gifted runner comes to fruition. Hailed by National Book Award winner Bob Shacochis as a “lovely novel that reminds us that what is most valuable is life is the spirit to accomplish impossible things,” Racing the Rain explores a small town’s secrets while vividly capturing the physical endurance, determination, and mindset required of a champion. “A celebration of the purity of the sport” (Fort Worth Star-Telegram), it is an epic coming-of-age classic about the environments and friendships that shape us all.

Let Your Mind Run by Deena Kastor

Title Let Your Mind Run
Author Deena Kastor
Publisher Crown
Release Date 2018-04-10
Category Sports & Recreation
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781524760779
Language English, Spanish, and French
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Deena Kastor was a star youth runner with tremendous promise, yet her career almost ended after college, when her competitive method—run as hard as possible, for fear of losing—fostered a frustration and negativity and brought her to the brink of burnout. On the verge of quitting, she took a chance and moved to the high altitudes of Alamosa, Colorado, where legendary coach Joe Vigil had started the first professional distance-running team. There she encountered the idea that would transform her running career: the notion that changing her thinking—shaping her mind to be more encouraging, kind, and resilient—could make her faster than she’d ever imagined possible. Building a mind so strong would take years of effort and discipline, but it would propel Kastor to the pinnacle of running—to American records in every distance from the 5K to the marathon—and to the accomplishment of earning America’s first Olympic medal in the marathon in twenty years. Let Your Mind Run is a fascinating intimate look inside the mind of an elite athlete, a remarkable story of achievement, and an insightful primer on how the small steps of cultivating positivity can give anyone a competitive edge.

Title From Coal Mine to Finish Line
Author James McLatchie
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-03
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1945587504
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title The Review of Education
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1897
Category Child development
Total Pages 86
ISBN STANFORD:36105006522077
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Running For Beginners by Matt Jordan

Title Running for Beginners
Author Matt Jordan
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-09-13
Category
Total Pages 78
ISBN 1976353874
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Running is awesome; it's as simple as that. The physical and mental health benefits derived from a regular running regime are life changing. Of all the well documented benefits of running there are many lesser known ones such as increased feelings of enthusiasm and boundless energy, jumping out of bed in the morning after a great night's sleep ready to face what the day will bring is a surprising result of regular jogging. Running is an inexpensive hobby that will not only shred the pounds but will improve the bank balance in comparison to costly monthly gym membership fees! Take the first steps to a better, fitter, and newer you by downloading this guide and arm yourself with all the essential knowledge to get started! Whether it's increased cardio fitness or improved mental health running is a wonderful way to achieve your health goals Running couldn't be simpler to get started with. Whilst other sports require some sort of learning curve and tuition, running requires only some suitable clothing and footwear. Running is also a natural motion that humans are designed to perform and therefore we can literally take this sport in our stride! Weight loss, an improved cardiovascular system, and an increase in life expectancy are just a few of the obvious health benefits of running. Having been running for a few years now I can vouch for all of the above and there is no reason why you too can't benefit from all the advantages of life that running can bring. So what are you waiting for, get this guide today and get on the road to health and happiness. Here's A Preview Of What's Inside... Why Run? How To Assess Your Level Of Fitness Essential Information To Get You Started Staying Hydrated and Fuelled Training Guide & Plan Preparing and Warming Up Tips on Preventing Injuries Staying Motivated Boosting Performance and much more! Download your copy today to receive all of this information!Tags: Running for Beginners, Running for Fitness, Running For Weight Loss, Running For Fun, Running Training, Running Nutrition, Running, 5K Training, Running for Dummies, Running Books, Diet, Marathon Training, Sprint Training, Paleo, Running Basics, Exercise, Weight Loss, Jogging

Let S Run by Jennifer Yates

Title Let s Run
Author Jennifer Yates
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018-05-07
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1732337608
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Let's Run! explores the faith chapter of Hebrews by taking us back to the Old Testament and the stories of some ordinary people who faced enormous challenges but managed to stay in the race. This Bible study will give you not only a look at their lives, but also an opportunity to apply the same principles of faith to your own life, to keep you in the race and running toward the prize. Let's Run! is a 6-week Bible study which includes weekend devotions to recap the principles learned each week, as well as ideas for group study. Join Jennifer and be inspired to lace up and get back in the race!

Valiant Baby Mommy Let S Run by Te Gongkuangfei

Title Valiant Baby Mommy Let s Run
Author Te Gongkuangfei
Publisher Funstory
Release Date 2019-12-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781647870270
Language English, Spanish, and French
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She was the only one who had been raided late into the palace. She was unable to sleep for a long time, but was unable to do anything for a long time. Fortunately, she adhered to the principle of "eat her fill, work hard", and the little demon of abuse was finally about to make a move ...

The Works Of Aurelius Augustine by Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.)

Title The Works of Aurelius Augustine
Author Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.)
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1872
Category Theology
Total Pages 86
ISBN HARVARD:32044012238028
Language English, Spanish, and French
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