If you would like to be part of the revolution, this is the book for you!
Author: Jill Angie
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Health & Fitness
Do you think running sucks? Do you think you're too fat to run? Look no further, Not Your Average Runner is for everyone. With humor, compassion, and lots of love, Jill Angie delivers the goods: overcoming the challenges of running with an overweight body and giving individuals self-esteem an enormous boost in the process. This isn't a guide to running for weight loss, or a simple running plan. It shows readers how a woman carrying a few (or many) extra pounds can successfully become a runner in the body she has right now. Jill Angie is a certified running coach and personal trainer who wants to live in a world where everyone is free to feel fit and fabulous at any size. She started the Not Your Average Runner movement in 2013 to show that runners come in all shapes, sizes and speeds, and, since then, has assembled a global community of revolutionaries that are taking the running world by storm. If you would like to be part of the revolution, flip to the inside and find out more!
It is authentic, thorough, and motivational from start to finish! We highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to do their first 5K."-Adam Goucher and Tim Catalano of Run The Edge
Author: Jill Angie
Publisher: Difference Press
"Not Your Average 5K is a highly readable and engaging book that will have you BELIEVING you can do a 5K in eight weeks and provides a roadmap with plans to accomplish it. It is authentic, thorough, and motivational from start to finish! We highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to do their first 5K." -Adam Goucher and Tim Catalano of Run The Edge
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Fresno . I was only mildly confident I would make it to the finish . I had been running a scant six months , going from “ out of shape ” to “ somewhat improved
Author: Rick Sarkisian
Publisher: Lifework Press
St. Joseph like you've never encountered him before... Have you met the real St. Joseph? Not the lofty, unapproachable figure sometimes portrayed in art and literature. But the humble, hard-working man who was deeply involved in the dat-to-day life of his family and world. Joseph wants to be just as involved in your life today, and here you'll learn how to welcome him in. In these pages, Rick Sarkisian, Ph.D., shares personal anecdotes, vivid real-world experiences and penetrating insights into Joseph's vocation, mission and virtues. all to help you see your life in a fresh new way as you follow Joseph's example and seek to become a true reflection of Jesus Christ.
Elite runners are often 5′7′′ and weigh 55 kilos. They're not your average runner and so prescribing yourself their protocols is no guarantee of success.
What's better is to gradually manipulate cadence a little bit to work out what feels
Author: Amy Lane
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Sports & Recreation
I CAN RUN is not a running book for 'runners' - it's the must-have running book for anyone who has ever experienced a moment of defeatism and had the little voice in their head make the excuse, 'I can't run'. In 12 chapters, you will discover that you can. You will dig deep to find your inner athlete. You'll learn how to train smart, recover well, sync your runs to your menstrual cycle and fuel right. I CAN RUN will ensure you never again wait until you're thin enough, fast enough, athletic enough, whatever-next enough to call yourself a runner, because if you put one foot in front of the other, repeatedly, you are a runner. Getting outside, surrounding yourself in nature and moving your body is more important than ever in these anxiety-inducing times, and Amy's debut will give you the encouragement and know-how that you need to do this. I CAN RUN recognises that this is hard and that committing to consistent training is often more of an accomplishment than the 10K, half marathon or marathon race itself. You will find comfort and encouragement in Amy's experience of cramps, chafing and the occasional little sick, while learning from leading experts about how to set yourself up for success and get the very best from your runs both physically and mentally. This book is real talk about the keys to going well far. We're all in it for the long run, together. We CAN do this!
Learn How to Manifest $10,000 by Using the Law of Attraction and Improving
Your Money Mindset Cassie Parks ... Jill Angie, founder of Not Your Average Runner (notyouraveragerunner.com), had been trying to make her life easier by
Author: Cassie Parks
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
To someone on the outside it seems like some people just naturally win the lottery – by a stroke of circumstance, they are a money magnet. In reality, even if money was handed to someone on a silver platter, they have to manage to keep it and allow more in. That has more to do with a strong money mindset than with being lucky. After Cassie Parks realized she could change her money beliefs to become one of “those” people who easily make and keep money, she spent years figuring out exactly how to change her money mindset. Now that she has, her money mindset supports money coming into her life easily and sticking around for the party. Parks has spent the last two years teaching other people how to manifest more money into their lives –whether they were entrepreneurs, employees or unemployed. The step-by-step process Parks teaches is the basis of Manifest $10,000. Directions to the intersection of abundance, mindset, ease, and grace is what you will find in Manifest $10,000. Using inspiring stories about people who have manifested more money into their lives, and providing instructions and analysis about why others haven’t been successful in the past, Parks will guide you through the process of learning to manifest $10,000 into your life in the next 90 days – in a way that feels simple and fun.
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Run to the Finish is not your typical running book.
Author: Amanda Brooks
Publisher: Hachette Go
Category: Sports & Recreation
Inspiration and practical tips for runners who prioritize enjoyment over pace and embrace their place as an "average" runner In her first book, popular runner blogger Amanda Brooks lays out the path to finding greater fulfillment in running for those who consider themselves "middle of the pack runners" -- they're not trying to win Boston (or even qualify for Boston); they just want to get strong and stay injury-free so they can continue to enjoy running. Run to the Finish is not your typical running book. While it is filled with useful strategic training advice throughout, at its core, it is about embracing your place in the middle of the pack with humor and learning to love the run you've got without comparing yourself to other runners. Mixing practical advice like understanding the discomfort vs. pain, the mental side of running, and movements to treat the most common injuries with more playful elements such as "Favorite hilarious marathon signs" and "Weird Thoughts We all Have at the Start Line," Brooks is the down-to-earth, inspiring guide for everyone who wants to be happier with their run.
Author: Florence Griffith JoynerPublish On: 1999-02-05
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Author: Florence Griffith Joyner
Publisher: For Dummies
Category: Sports & Recreation
A comprehensive reference book by the late Olympian provides an array of tips for runners, including advice on technique, performance, and preparation, as well as remedies for treating common injuries and instructions for preparing a log to track progress. Original.
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This is a collection of thoughts on mostly Eastern Philosophy and how they relate to long-distance running and how they can help one to become a better "runner." It's also the story of one man's running life in Japan.
Author: Scott Brown
This is a collection of thoughts on mostly Eastern Philosophy and how they relate to long-distance running and how they can help one to become a better "runner." It's also the story of one man's running life in Japan. Basically, the story of a middle-aged plodder who became a handy Masters' runner, learning from this philosophy on how to obtain self and get faster, stronger, healthier and happier. It is hoped that this book will help and encourage budding athletes to take on and successfully navigate the challenges of the tough sport of distance running. It shares practical knowledge and practical philosophy from which all runners can benefit. Whether you're a 5K, 10K, Half Marathon or Full Marathon runner (novice or long timer) this book will show you how the mental joy and physical benefits gained from training and running gives happiness and how, by doing this right, we can be a model to inspire others.This is not your average runners' guide. It was written in a more holistic manner as this more closely reflects how the writer came to learn and love this sport. Scott believes that the path to anything worthwhile goes through the heart and mind, and if we want to be better runners/people, we need to explore things in its varied glory. This book was assembled with the intention of giving the beginner runner a foundation on which to build their running life. It supplies enough information, but no more than is necessary to achieve the goal of motivating and driving improvement. About the authorScott Andrew Brown is a University lecturer in Japan, a writing and presentation teacher. An expat Australian, with more than 30 years living, teaching and learning experience in Asia. A current resident of Osaka, Scott lives there together with his wife Emiko and two teenage sons. Now in his mid 50s Scott began running and entering long distance races at 41 years old, becoming a student of the sport and successful Masters' runner and online running coach (Samurai Running Japan).A keen student of biology, physiology, and eastern philosophy, Scott has combined these interests with his love of running and writing to put together a book intended to inform and motivate readers to take their own journey of self-discovery. The book "Samurai Running" is a loose biography of his experiences living and running in Japan with stories of a philosophic bent aimed at guiding the reader to their own self-actualization. It also gives practical tips on what to do to avoid running injuries and what to do when you can't. It offers practical advice on training for races and hands on guidance on how to get faster and run longer without getting injured.Reader's Review. You don't have to be a long distance runner to benefit from or enjoy reading Samurai Running. In this compact account of how author Scott Brown became a runner, he offers a thoughtful study of the ways in which running has enriched his life and what it can do for you. In a measured, philosophical tone, Brown reflects on running culture in Japan and his ideas on the nuts and bolts of running and self-improvement. Through the lens of a runner, Brown examines concepts like preparation, expectation, self-care, and more specific runner concerns like how to to overcome Iliotibial Band Syndrome (a common knee injury). More fundamentally, especially if you're not a runner, this is a book about how balance, clarity, and an honest approach to ambition can improve anyone's life.Whether you're a runner or not, everyone faces challenges in life. We all have aspirations, hopes, and goals. Even if you're not an athlete, you'd probably welcome better health and fitness, and greater balance at home, work, and in society........Continue reading this on Amazon Kindle reviews, under "Samurai Running."
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Author: Delaware and Hudson Canal CompanyPublish On: 1858
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