The Runner's Handbook

Really good advice for anyone who runs

Bob Glover presents a fairly common-sense approach to running in his “Handbook.” Although its probably a little advanced for those completely new to exercise, its perfect for those who started “jogging” and now want to move on to running. The nutrition information may be a little dated, but could be helpful, but some of the best aspects of the “Handbook” are the training suggestions for racing, the stretching exercises, and the injury information. Every runner probably will have some type of injury at some point, and Glover’s section on diagnosing and taking care of injuries is really helpful.

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