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Marathon training for dummies / Tere Stouffer Drenth.

Stouffer, Tere. (Author).

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  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2011.

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In today's modern world, there's no need for anyone to run twenty-five miles to deliver a message, as Pheidippides did from Marathon to Athens around 500 B.C. However, hundreds of runners each year run 26.2 miles at hundreds of marathons worldwide. To conquer this mountainous challenge, you must know how to properly eat, stretch, identify and treat injuries, and develop a running program that hones your mind and body into a running machine.Marathon Training For Dummies is for everyone who has always thought about running a marathon or half-marathon (13.1 miles) and for seasoned runners who want to tackle the challenge safely and successfully. This quick-read reference helps all runners:Add strength and speedWeight trainImprove your techniqueEat to maximize enduranceTreat injuriesChoose your racesIn just four to six months of dedicated training, any runner can be full y prepared to tackle a marathon. Map out an exercise program, choose shoes,...
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Electronic reproduction. New York : For Dummies, 2011. Requires .
Subject: Nonfiction.
Sports & Recreations.
Genre: Electronic books.

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