You don't have to run competitively to reap the rewards running offers. What you do need is the courage to start. That is the "Penguin mantra" that has enabled John Bingham to inspire thousands of men and women to take up running for fitness and sheer enjoyment.
Now, in Running for Mortals
, the Penguin teams up with wife, coach, and coauthor Jenny Hadfield to lay out strategies for novice runners that will help them safely and effortlessly integrate their new sport into their busy schedules. Backed by Runner's World
, America's leading authority on running, the authors provide tips for:
- Getting started
- Sticking to a routine
- Eating for energy
- Hydration training for speed and endurance
- Injury prevention
You don't need to run fast or win races to be considered a runner. All it takes is a little courage and the will to start. Let Running for Mortals
show you how.