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Marathon Training. A Practical Guide to Preparing Yourself for Marathon RunningHave you started running and want to take it to the next step? Then this guide is for you Completing a Marathon and finishing those 42.195km is the top of any serious runners to do list. If you just started your running journey and would like to take it to the next level then this guide is for you. In this book we will cover all the basics and some of the more in-depth subjects you will need to give yourself the very best chance of succeeding in your quest to become a Marathon Runner.Take your first step to completing your first marathon and get this guide now So, whatever your motivation, whether it be raising money for charity or it is simply one of the goals on your bucket list, download this guide now and find out how to get started on your journey.
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This is the first complete history of the Games' most storied race. From ancient Greece to Atlanta 1996, the book chronicles the race's development-the heroes, the controversies, and the stories that emerged from the ultimate Olympic challenge. For the first time, the complete history of the most famous race in the Olympic Games has been presented in Olympic Marathon-A Centennial History of the Games' Most Storied Race. Beginning with the legends of ancient Greece, this book traces the process of reviving the Olympic movement, including the establishment of the marathon-the only event specifically created for the 1896 Olympics. Following heroes such as Dorando Pietri, Emil Zatopek, Abebe Bikila, and Frank Shorter, the book includes a complete analysis of every Olympic marathon as well as tales from the lives of the runners. The stories of John Hayes, who won the race with the help of strychnine; 1936 winner Sohn Kee Chung, a South Korean forced to compete for Japan; and Mamo Wolde, who won the marathon with an infected toe only to end up as a political prisoner in Ethiopia, make this book much more than a sports history. The story of the long struggle to establish a women's marathon begins with a lonely female who ran the marathon course in 1896 and ends with the dramatic victory of American Joan Benoit in the first women's Olympic marathon in 1984. Completely up to date, the book concludes with chapters on the races in Atlanta in 1996, including the closest finish in Olympic marathon history. An appendix, photographs, and an index complete this history. An invaluable resource for all interested in the Olympics and marathon running.
I am a runner. I am a Christian
26.2 is a familiar number for virtually every runner. And whether you're a seasoned marathoner or you hope to run a marathon someday, you will enjoy 26.2 - A Marathon of Christian Devotions. Author Chris Meikel shares his love for running and for God's word through a series of just over twenty-six devotionals. They include stories of runners, as well as his own personal experiences and adventures, which span more than forty years. You'll see the parallels he draws between your walk with Christ and your daily training. He points out how the simplicity of God's word can help us to deal with the complexities of life. And just as running has brought change to your physical body, a Spirit-filled life can bring about great change in you now and for eternity.
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