Running For Dummies is for everyone with a desire to run. If youare a reforming couch potato, it helps ease you into a healthier lifestyle. If you have Olympic aspirations, take a look at different ways to improve your training. This easy-to-understand guide is also for those who want to: Lose weight Decrease blood pressure Live longer Relieve stress Boost creativity Find a fun way to exercise Find dependable guidance for buying running shoes. Explore ways to maximize your training program. Discover the races youall enjoy running. Coauthored by the aWorldas Fastest Womana and World Record holder Florence (Flo-Jo) Griffith Joyner, Running For Dummies has world-class advice on these topics and many more: Nutrition and weight loss Hitting your stride Speed training Reaching your peak The day of the race Marathon training Identifying and treating injuries Cross-training and treadmill training Running for kids and seniors Run around the block or around town. Tired of pavement? Run through the woods. Keep track of your personal progress in handy running logs in the back of the book. Improve your health, feel good about yourself, and have fun! With several million runners on the road today, youall find a lot of company, encouragement, and friends benefiting from this healthy and fun activity.If you want bells, whistles, and computerized hill programs, the cost can go up to $2, 500. Calories burned per hour At 13 mph, 545 Advantages: A stationary bicycle is for you if youa#39;re on a budget, you dona#39;t have space for a treadmill, ... Dual-action bikes Cost: The Schwinn Air Dyne, the model used in the study, costs about $600. ... Stair steppers Cost: $200 to $500 for the manual types; Part IV: Fine-Tuning.
|Title||:||Running For Dummies|
|Author||:||Florence Griffith Joyner, John Hanc|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1999-02-05|