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Our Favorite Books on Running

Here are some of our favorite books on running. Add your suggestions.

My Life On The Run |

Bart Yasso offers advice for beginners, intermediate, and advanced runners, such as 5-K, half-marathon, and marathon training schedules including his innovative technique known as the Yasso 800s.

The Runner's Rule Book

The Runner's Rule Book

Running for Mortals

Running for Mortals

Marathoning for Mortals

A regular person's guide to the joy of running, or walking a half-marathon or marathon.

Once a Runner

Once a Runner captures the essence of what it means to be a competitive runner; to devote your entire existence to a single-minded pursuit of excellence. It has become one of the most beloved sports novels ever written.




Discover the secrets for super endurance-from one of the fittest men on the planet!Dean Karnazes has run 350 continuous miles through three sleepless nights, ordered pizza during long runs, and inspired fans the world over with his adventures. So what does a guy like this do when he wants to face the ultimate test of endurance?

Running Repairs

Running Repairs is a handbook for everyone who runs - fromthose training for a one-off charity event, through those who run tokeep fit to experienced club runners who regularly race.A recent Runner's World magazine survey revealed that over80 per cent of runners have experienced an injury and that avoidinginjury or recovering from injury is the main worry for nearly everyrunner.

Running Anatomy

See what it takes to maximize running strength, speed, and endurance! Running Anatomy will show you how to improve your performance by increasing muscular strength, optimizing the efficiency of your running motion, and minimizing your risk for injury.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Runners

Runners will love these inspirational stories about their sport -- the camaraderie, the self-discipline, the energy and endorphins they enjoy, the self-discovery. Includes stories on swimming and cycling for triathletes too.When runners aren't running, they are talking about running, planning their next run, shopping for running...

Born to Run

At the heart of Born to Run lies a mysterious tribe of Mexican Indians, the Tarahumara, who live quietly in canyons and are reputed to be the best distance runners in the world; in 1993, one of them, aged 57, came first in a prestigious 100-mile race wearing a toga and sandals.