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Winning Running

Successful 800m & 1500m Racing and Training

Author: Peter Coe

Publisher: Crowood Press (UK)


Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 128

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Training and coaching manual. Illus.

Running And Winning The Race

Author: Oluwagbemiga Olowosoyo



Category: Religion

Page: 34

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The christian race is meant to be won. Otherwise it would not be worth it. As we run our christian race we must ensure that we run orderly, so that we would not be disqualified. This book teaches on how to run and finish the race in honor.

Marathon Training - Winning Strategies, Preparation and Nutrition for Running 5k, Half, Long Distance Marathons

Author: Katherine McLaren

Publisher: Katherine McLaren


Category: Fiction


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** The Only Marathon and Half-Marathon Training Book You'll Never Need! ** The book appears to be the "best of" many articles from the Runners World Magazine put together in a book form, but it is a good resource for running, related fitness, injuries, injury prevention, nutrition, etc. Running a long race helps a person in many ways. Studies prove that it is the best form of exercise that burns maximum calories to lose weight and keep fit. Apart from improving overall health, it also prevents a lot of diseases. Expert physicians suggest running as the best practice for patients with early stages of diabetes and pressure. It is also proved that running reduces the risk of heart diseases, strokes and attacks. In addition to health benefits, people who run long races are always happy since running is an activity that boosts confidence, improves morale and stimulates you to taste the sense of achievement. Moreover, researches have concluded that running can be suggested to people suffering from acute depression to help them get out of the situation fast. On the whole, running long races improves physical, mental and emotional health of the participants. This book aims to be the only guide you'll ever need for aspirants who wish to hold the pride of winning a long race. It gives specific and most valuable tips for athletes to win all kinds of long distance races. By adopting the techniques and strategies mentioned in this book, any laymen can train himself to win a 5k, or 10k, or half marathon, or an ultra marathon race. Significant areas that are emphasized in this book are: * Benefits of running long races * How to beat the initial fear * How to be self-motivated always? * Right kind of food and nutrition for athletes • Different kinds of training to undergo like cross training (strength training, yoga, aerobics, etc.), speed training, endurance training, right breathing technique, how to avoid injuries and cramps, etc. * Specific training combinations for different races * On the d-day tips including tips to use the water stops, how to use a run walk method and so on. * A systematic training schedule to follow What are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!

Running to Win

Author: Galena Conatser

Publisher: Xulon Press


Category: Religion

Page: 168

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For anyone who feels like a second-class citizen, hopeless when it comes to their future, or incomplete in any way, Conatser presents a plan to turn things around. (Christianity & Daily Life)

Running on Faith

The Principles, Passion, and Pursuit of a Winning Life

Author: Jason Lester

Publisher: Harper Collins


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 224

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“Whatever burden you carry (and we all have one) this story will point you to strength beyond yourself. Read it twice!” —John Ortberg, author and pastor, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church “Running on Faith is a triumph! Jason Lester is proof that as one wise man said, ‘Triumph is when you try and add a little umph!’ Jason Lester shows us ALL that you can achieve whatever you put your mind body and soul into!” —Rev Run, author of Words of Wisdom: Daily Affirmations of Faith from Run’s House to Yours “Jason’s story is a must read! It is a true testimony of the human spirit and confirmation that we all have so much more in us than we may believe. The challenges he conquered will create a shift in your life” —Tyrese Gibson, singer and actor Jason Lester is a disabled ultra-endurance athlete and winner of ESPN’s 2009 ESPY Award for “Best Disabled Male Athlete.” He tells his remarkable story in Running on Faith, offering readers an inspirational guide to overcoming adversity, reaching your goals, and recognizing God’s guiding hand in your life.

Running with the Pack

Thoughts From the Road on Meaning and Mortality

Author: Mark Rowlands

Publisher: Granta Books


Category: Sports & Recreation


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'Most of the serious thinking I have done over the past twenty years has been done while running.' Mark Rowlands has run for most of his life. He has also been a professional philosopher. And for him the two - running and philosophising - are inextricably connected. In Running with the Pack he tells us about the most significant runs of his life: from the entire day he spent running as a boy in Wales, to the runs along French beaches and up Irish mountains with his beloved wolf Brenin, and through Florida swamps more recently with his dog Nina. Woven throughout the book are profound meditations on mortality, middle age and the meaning of life. This is a highly original and moving book that will make the philosophically inclined want to run, and those who love running become intoxicated by philosophical ideas.

Running Against the Grain: how Opposition Presidents Win the White House

Author: David A. Crockett

Publisher: Texas A&M University Press


Category: Electronic books

Page: 201

View: 383

How to Win a Local Election

A Complete Step-by-step Guide

Author: Lawrence Grey

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield


Category: Political Science

Page: 251

View: 944

Discusses the details of planning and organizing a campaign, recruiting staff and volunteers, and making effective use of literature, mailing lists, newspapers, radio, and TV

The Campaign Manager

Running and Winning Local Elections

Author: Catherine Shaw

Publisher: Westview Press


Category: Political Science

Page: 464

View: 690

Successful campaign manager and three-time mayor of Ashland, Oregon, Catherine Shaw presents a clear and concise, must-have handbook for navigating local campaigns. This handbook gives political novices and veterans alike a comprehensive and detailed plan for organizing, funding, publicizing, and winning local political campaigns. Finding the right message and targeting the right voters are clearly explained through specific examples, anecdotes, and illustrations. Shaw also provides in-depth information on assembling campaign teams, precinct analysis, canvassing, and dealing with the media. The Campaign Manager is an encouraging, lucid presentation of how to win elections at the local level. Updates to the fifth edition include an entirely new chapter on social media and its influence on campaigning, new coverage on how to put together a campaign plan, and a new appendix on how to campaign on a budget.

Run to Win

Vince Lombardi on Coaching and Leadership

Author: Donald T. Phillips

Publisher: St. Martin's Press


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 838

Vince Lombardi, whom many believe to be the greatest football coach in the history of the sport, is both a household name and an icon. He is not only renowned in the sports world, but also in business and industry for his exceptional leadership skills. In Run to Win, acclaimed author Don Phillips examines Lombardi's famous coaching style by painting a picture of a fascinating individual, a man whose ingenious leadership helped lead his teams to nine playoff victories in a row, including wins in the first two Super Bowls. By extracting powerful lessons from a man who could both lead and inspire, Phillips gets to the heart of what made Lombardi great and shows readers what it takes to be a winner. At the same time, this groundbreaking book tells the inspiring story of Lombardi's ten-year career with the Green Bay Packers and Washington Redskins, complete with anecdotes, quotes, and Lombardi Principles that show why this legendary coach continues to be a role model for effective leadership in business today. Totally accessible and utterly fascinating, Donald T. Phillips's Run to Win empowers readers with the knowledge to succeed in business, while entertaining them with tales of a man whose ability to win under any circumstance is unsurpassed in the history of professional sports.

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