Page 62 of 73 <<Previous 10 | 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 | Next 10>>Turning the Pages: Cool Running Book Reviews
Running related books are being published with ever-increasing frequency, on almost every conceivable topic related to the sport. Here are reviews of some of those books.
The End of the Perfect Myth
This was not supposed to be how it turned out. Despite all of the idiotic warnings we were given back in the day by those who just didn't know, that "running will ruin your knees" and that "marathons can give you a heart attack, " who would have thought those admonitions we so easily sloughed off like so much extra sweat might actually turn out to be true?
One aspect of running that appeals to many is the fact that it can be so easily quantified. Since running can be distilled down to a function of time and distance, one can easily track those variables if they are so inclined.
The Towel, the Conniption, and my World Record
I forget exactly when the race was, but I believe it was on that very cold day when . . .
Deena Drossin - Distance Diva
Last November, Deena Drossin arrived in New York a mere marathon debutante, but with high expectations from all corners of the sport.
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