A World-class Marathon Runner

A World-class Marathon Runner

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Contents include: The Need for Preparation; How Marathons Began; The Olympic Marathon; City Marathons; Deciding to Run a Marathon; Living the Marathon Life; Training Goals and Patterns; Breaking the Year into Periods; Bodywork; Fueling the Body; Building Strength and Endurance; Making the Body Work Better; Strong and Steady Wins the Race; The Long Run; Practice Makes Perfect; Fluid Replacement Tactics; Battling Dehydration; Measuring Performance; Oxygen for Energy; The Value of Speed; Injury and Recovery; What Can Go Wrong?; Getting to Know the Climate; The Final Countdown; The Three Rs of Peak Performance; The Problem of Pace; High-Performance Principles; After the Race; What It Means to be a Marathon Champion.
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Heinemann Library, c2004.
ISBN: 9781403455352
Branch Call Number: j 796.4252 MIDDLETO
Characteristics: 48 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm.


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