5k Training For Beginners

Author: Jago Holmes
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781491041161
File Size: 19,24 MB
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If you've ever fancied running a 5k or just getting fit enough torun 5 kilometers in one go (that's 3.1 miles to you and me!) and youwant to do it in the shortest amount of time, without riskinginjury, boredom or stagnation, then this book is exactly the one foryou. '5k Training For Beginners - From Couch to 5k Runner In 8 Weeks OrLess,' contains everything you need to know about running a5k in the fastest, most efficient and fun way. The book comes in 2 parts so if you're in to reading all about whyand how your body changes then start by reading part 1. Part 2 deals with the physical side of running and jogging andfeatures 4 fantastic simple to follow running programs for beginnersof all shapes, sizes and fitness levels. You'll have access to some of the most up to date, cutting edgetechniques to help improve your running. THE PROGRAMS AND TECHNIQUES IN THIS BOOK WORK, plain and simple. They've been honed and refined over 12 years having been road testedby a myriad of clients from all types of backgrounds and fitnesslevels. You won't be bored following this unique, time saving 5k trainingprogram AND you won't need to start running endless miles each weekin order to see results. If you could get the same benefits by doing a shorter moreenjoyable and invigorating run as opposed to a long, arduous andgrueling one, which one would you choose? Hopefully you chose the first option, because this is what the wholeconcept behind '5k Training for Beginners' is all about. Here are 4 reasons why you should choose this running book... You'll be able to successfully and comfortably run a 5k at theend of your training; you'll have accomplished something thatmost people only think about doing. This program will help you lose weight quickly, build muscleand tone your body. By committing to something like this, thechances are as a side effect, you'll get in to the best shape ofyour life! You'll radically improve your health. Keep up with yourtraining and you'll have more energy, be thinner, happier andlive longer, you'll just feel great most of the time. Supercharge your energy levels on demand. You'll know exactlyhow to create your own 'feel good factor' which you can turn onand off like a tap. This program has been designed for beginners and that's the way it'sintended, but if you're an experienced runner you'll learn a fewthings to help you to get better, faster and reduce the amount oftime you need to spend running and jogging. No grueling or tedious long distance running needed AND no specialequipment required. Here are some more of the secrets you'll learn inside: How the biggest mistake that most new runners make is to setoff at the beginning of their run, like a dog out of thetraps... way too fast. Meaning within a short distance they needto stop because they're too tired and breathless to carry on.This is one of the worst ways of getting better at runningbecause you'll need to rest after only a short amount of time. You'll discover how using advanced running techniquesthroughout your 5k training will transform your fitness andstamina levels... in just days never mind weeks. As well asthis, these great strategies will actually reduce the overalltime you need to spend on your training! It's designed for anyone who wants to start running but hasn't gothours to spare each week to do so. This truly is THE only running book you'll ever need.

Beginners Training Program To Run 3k 5k And 10k

Author: Charita Briggeman
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One of the beauties of running is how simple it is to get started. With a good pair of running shoes, you can step out your door and get going--and you can do it at just about any age. This book offers advice on how to run, choose the correct shoes, avoid injuries, and train for a specific race. It also provides simple and effective tips on how to make running your lifelong exercise habit. It is written specifically for beginners who are new to running. But long-time runners can also benefit from this book, especially if they haven't received professional coaching.

The Art Of Running

Author: Daisy Edzel
Editor: JNR via PublishDrive
ISBN:
File Size: 51,71 MB
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"How an out of shape, exercise-hating beginner can transform to an impressive long distance runner within months" Looking to go from couch potato to a physically fit and healthy runner -- heck even a FULL marathon finisher? This book has it all! It contains all the resources for a complete beginner (up to novice level), to succeed at this physically and mentally demanding sport! You will be armed with techniques (outergame) and psychological tools for motivation (innergame), to help you keep up with the inner turmoils, motivation related issues and other hardships, especially in long distance runs where every part of your being just wants to give up! I will not waste your precious time with useless information you won't use. Instead, I'll provide practical and straight forward solutions, daily and weekly plans (resources section) and the best practices to help you succeed. YOu will be armed to the teeth with everything you could ever need to finish your first long distance races and beyond. Here's what you can expect to learn from this course: What it Takes to Run a Marathon Timeframe Beginner Stage Intermediate Level Advanced Level Mental Preparation Setting Goals Running Alone Versus Running with a Buddy How to Use Running Gadgets Get Enough Rest Distinguishing Between Good Pain and Bad Pain Having a Proper Form and Breathing Technique Which Part of Your Foot Should Strike The Ground First? Different Training Styles Training Gear Clean Bill of Health Warming Up and Cooling Down Marathon Race Strategies Running Motivations How to fall in love with running Avoid running injuries Running schedules and plans Marathon Specific Training Trail Running Tips and Mistakes to Avoid Uphill and Downhill Running Running and Losing Weight Heart Rate Training And much, much more... Grab your copy here...

5k And 10k Training

Author: Brian L. Clarke
Editor: Human Kinetics
ISBN: 1492581909
File Size: 20,63 MB
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Make your workouts count with the breakthrough system that synchronizes your energy levels with your training effort. Instead of fighting your body to finish a workout just because it’s written on the calendar, choose the most effective workout from 5K and 10K Training based on your body’s capacity to perform at any given time. Effort-based training maximizes training adaptation by matching the goal of each workout with its optimal training level: hard when energy is high and recovery is adequate, and easy when energy is low and you’re under physical stress. Effort-based training also gives you the most control over the training process, allowing you to stay injury free while actually increasing the energy you have available for workouts. Sample programs contain a variety of schedules and detailed workouts for developing five race-specific abilities. Run stronger and faster with more energy by using the proven system in 5K and 10K Training. With customizable programs to choose from and accompanying training logs you can use to record and evaluate your progress, this unique system is the fastest way to reach your training goals.

Galloway S 5k And 10k Running

Author: Jeff Galloway
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1841263362
File Size: 68,91 MB
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Inside training information from one who has entered over 1000 races, and represented the United States in the 10K in the Munich Olympics.

Embracing Your Inner Track Star

Author: Shawn Rashid
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781503123281
File Size: 56,79 MB
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Finally Revealed.. The Amazing insider Secrets of Running Your 1st 5k Without Making Costly Mistakes or Injury A Proven, Step-By-Step Method To Embracing your Inner Track Star Here is the ultimate list of all topics covered inside this book: Running is a great way to get into shape. Also, it is effective in making everyone healthier in a number of ways. Fortunately, marathons is a famous activity around the globe. Today, the distance for marathons were shortened to accommodate people who have varying abilities and capacities when it comes to running. The 5K road race is a well-known activity to date. So many people from different ages and backgrounds are joining this highly challenging road race. In fact, several organizations from around the world held annual 5K road races to promote various advocacies from charity organizations to personal health benefits. Hence, this report provides information on how one can physically, emotionally and mentally prepare for the 5K road race. The 5 Kilometre distance may seem easy for professional runners, however, for beginners this requires intensive training and major preparation in order to cross the finish line. Consequently, this report covers informative content on pre and post activities, nutrition, and 5K road Strategy. Order Your Embracing Your Inner Track Star right now... Simply click the "buy" button on this page and you'll easily be able to read this book from your computer, Kindle device, tablet or smart phone. Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $2.99! Hit the Buy Now Button!! Let me Repeat, This is The ONLY Kindle Publishing Complete Course Book Backed by Lifetime Support & Money Back Guarantee !!! Tags: How to run a 5k, How to Train for a 5k, Running a 5k for the 1st time

The Guide To Running A Complete Training Book For 5k 10k Runners

Author: Garret Zedbern
Editor: Liberated Media LLC
ISBN:
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The Guide To Running: A Complete Training Book For 5k & 10k Runners is written for the beginning and intermediate athlete. The book uses text, images, tables, diagrams, video, and reference material to explain and teach a variety of concepts such as selecting essential equipment, types of training, 23 weeks of scheduled workouts, proper diet & nutrition, correct running form, developing racing strategy, practicing mental preparation, injury causes & prevention, as well as reviews of running gadgets, applications, and community sites. Whether a new or experienced runner, this volume will help you progressively improve as a runner based on your current level of fitness. Start by understanding how to choose the proper shoes and other equipment, then review how different types of training improve performance. Learn how to calculate different paces, study lactate threshold, and estimate V02Max before moving on to three chapters of detailed workouts for runners of all levels. Read about training diets and the specific nutritional needs (with recipes) of middle distance runners. Understand how proper posture, foot strike, breathing and mental techniques can lead to better performance and avoid injury - and, should injury strike, how to decipher symptoms to find remedies and prevent future occurrences. Finally, find some gadgets to make training more fun - or online communities where you can share tips, try new routes, and possibly join local running groups in your area.

Marathon Training Winning Strategies Preparation And Nutrition For Running 5k Half Long Distance Marathons

Author: Katherine McLaren
Editor: Katherine McLaren
ISBN:
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** The Only Marathon and Half-Marathon Training Book You'll Never Need! ** The book appears to be the "best of" many articles from the Runners World Magazine put together in a book form, but it is a good resource for running, related fitness, injuries, injury prevention, nutrition, etc. Running a long race helps a person in many ways. Studies prove that it is the best form of exercise that burns maximum calories to lose weight and keep fit. Apart from improving overall health, it also prevents a lot of diseases. Expert physicians suggest running as the best practice for patients with early stages of diabetes and pressure. It is also proved that running reduces the risk of heart diseases, strokes and attacks. In addition to health benefits, people who run long races are always happy since running is an activity that boosts confidence, improves morale and stimulates you to taste the sense of achievement. Moreover, researches have concluded that running can be suggested to people suffering from acute depression to help them get out of the situation fast. On the whole, running long races improves physical, mental and emotional health of the participants. This book aims to be the only guide you'll ever need for aspirants who wish to hold the pride of winning a long race. It gives specific and most valuable tips for athletes to win all kinds of long distance races. By adopting the techniques and strategies mentioned in this book, any laymen can train himself to win a 5k, or 10k, or half marathon, or an ultra marathon race. Significant areas that are emphasized in this book are: * Benefits of running long races * How to beat the initial fear * How to be self-motivated always? * Right kind of food and nutrition for athletes • Different kinds of training to undergo like cross training (strength training, yoga, aerobics, etc.), speed training, endurance training, right breathing technique, how to avoid injuries and cramps, etc. * Specific training combinations for different races * On the d-day tips including tips to use the water stops, how to use a run walk method and so on. * A systematic training schedule to follow What are you waiting for? Grab your copy now!

Galloway S 5k 10k Running

Author: Jeff Galloway
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Sport
ISBN: 1782554963
File Size: 43,32 MB
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In this book for runners and walkers, Olympian Jeff Galloway offers an easy, timeefficient training method for a 5K or 10K. By using Galloway's proven Run Walk Run® method, every runner will gain control over fatigue while reducing or eliminating aches and pains. The detailed training schedules help beginners finish each training session strong, and the time goal programs help advanced runners shave time off their finishes. In addition to the training plans, Galloway provides easy-to-read advice on medical checkups, nutrition for runners, fat-burning workouts, choosing appropriate running shoes, and how to stay motivated. With the race day checklist, every runner will be prepared for the big day, reducing the stress that happens before the first race. With this book, all runners, at any level, will reduce fatigue and finish each race strong!

Not Your Average 5k

Author: Jill Angie
Editor: Difference Press
ISBN: 9781683090397
File Size: 62,10 MB
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"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

You Don T Have To Be Thin To Win

Author: Judy Molnar
Editor:
ISBN: 9780375504143
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A woman who lost 130 pounds through diet and exercise and became a coach on Rosie O'Donnell's "Chubb Club" tells her inspiring story

Running 5k And 10k

Author: David Chalfen
Editor: Crowood
ISBN: 1847977979
File Size: 30,43 MB
Format: PDF
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Today's runners are bombarded with 'expert' opinion on how to run faster and often spend more and more money on trying to do so. Running 5K and 10K: A Training Guide is an accessible, jargon-free guide for all distance runners committed to improving their times. It doesn't offer any quick and easy answers; just tried-and-tested practical advice on how to train more effectively and shave a few seconds - or even minutes - off your personal best.Aimed at all levels of runner, from the complete beginner through to more experienced wanting to improve their times, and illustrated with 32 colour photographs and 16 diagrams.

5k And 10k

Author: Graeme Hilditch
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408196050
File Size: 42,71 MB
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Everyone knows someone who has recently taken part in a 5k or 10k charity run, and jogging and running are as popular as ever. This accessible book is designed for those novice runners who plan to take part in a 5k or 10k race - whether running, jogging or even walking the course. In aid of Cancer Research UK, whose annual 'Race for Life' events have become incredibly popular, it contains a wealth of vital information. From the basics like starting training and what to wear, to staying motivated and what to do on race day, it offers friendly guidance to help novice runners prepare for their race and enjoy themselves in the process. Graeme has planned flexible training plans to suit all levels of fitness and commitment as well as giving advice on avoiding injuries. This is a book for every runner: those taking part in one of the hundreds of different charity events each year; people hoping to improve their health or reduce their waistline; and those who simply want to get round a course in one piece. Whatever the reader wants from their race, this book will set them on the road to success.

Cross Country Running

Author: Jeff Galloway
Editor: Meyer & Meyer Verlag
ISBN: 1841263036
File Size: 46,98 MB
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Presents all the information necessary to train for cross-country races, including how to build endurance, train and race on hills, varied terrain running, speed training, race strategies, maximizing performance and injury prevention and treatment, as well as teamwork training and racing methods. Original. $10,000 ad/promo.

The Runner S Training Diary

Author: Bob Glover
Editor: Penguin Group USA
ISBN: 9780140469912
File Size: 67,46 MB
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The authors of the bestselling "Runner's Handbook" present a training diary that combines an attractive 52-week diary with all the most helpful information runners want to have at their fingertips. Using the diary, runners can keep a systematic account of runs, times, weather, running paths, distances, conditions, and other important facets of their life.

The Complete Running And Marathon Book

Author: DK Publishing
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1465425152
File Size: 20,59 MB
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For anyone interested in running - from beginners to those looking to improve their techniques or preparing for their first marathon - The Complete Running and Marathon Book includes a comprehensive range of programs for all aspects of training. Ideal for runners, personal trainers, coaches, and students, The Complete Running and Marathon Book features detailed anatomical artworks, user friendly step-by-step sequences, advice on optimum techniques and injury prevention, as well as guidance on running psychology.

Absolute Beginner S Guide To Half Marathon Training

Author: Heather Hedrick
Editor: Que Pub
ISBN: 9780789733146
File Size: 10,83 MB
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Signed up for a half-marathon and not sure what you've gotten yourself into? Absolute Beginner's Guide to Half-Marathon Training: Get Ready to Run or Walk a 5K, 8K, 10K or Half-Marathon Race is an easy-to-understand introduction to the world of running half-marathon, or shorter, race. Endorsed by the National Institute for Fitness and Sport, this book is packed with illustrations, notes on how to stay motivated and tips on how to train without pain. It will guide you through your marathon-training program and show you how to find the appropriate clothing and shoes, prevent and treat injuries and warm-up before running. Even if you are walking a shorter distance, this is a beneficial training manual. So run, or walk, to your nearest bookstore and pick up a copy of ABG to Half-Marathon Training today!

The New York Road Runners Club Complete Book Of Running

Author: Fred Lebow
Editor: Random House Reference
ISBN: 9780679748618
File Size: 22,90 MB
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The definitive guide to running, from the premier organization in the sport, is now available in an affordable, updated paperback edition. All runners, from weekend joggers to elite athletes, will enjoy and profit from this authoritative book from the world's largest running club. Includes advice, tips and training programs.

Hansons Half Marathon Method

Author: Luke Humphrey
Editor: VeloPress
ISBN: 1937716538
File Size: 63,97 MB
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Committed runners from all over the world have set new PRs with the Hansons training program--the same approach that has turned Hansons-Brooks Distance Project runners into champions. Now in Hansons Half-Marathon Method, the Hansons-Brooks team shares its unique, winning approach to the popular half-marathon distance. With training plans for intermediate and advanced racers, as well as a welcoming Just Finish Program for newer runners, Hansons Half-Marathon Method prepares all athletes for their best performance. Using this smart and science-based half-marathon training program, runners will power up with precisely paced workouts that develop speed, strength, and stamina. Runners will finish strong using the Hansons approach to marathon hydration, nutrition, and pacing. Hansons Half-Marathon Method lays out the most effective way to train for a half-marathon, developed by one of the most accomplished running groups in the nation. Using the Hansons way, runners can forge a breakthrough half-marathon performance.

Run Faster From The 5k To The Marathon

Author: Brad Hudson
Editor: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 9780767930208
File Size: 38,43 MB
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Learn how to run faster, unlock your potential, and reach peak performance with training advice from a former Olympic trials marathoner and coach to Olympians like Dathan Ritzenhein. Hudson is the most innovative running coach to come along in a generation. Until now, only a handful of elite athletes have been able to benefit from his methods. Now Run Faster from the 5K to the Marathon shows all runners how to coach themselves as confidently and effectively as Brad coaches his world-class athletes. Becoming your own best coach is the ticket to running faster at any distance. First you will learn to assess your abilities. Then you’ll learn how to devise a training program specifically geared to you. Filled with easy-to-follow sample training programs for distances ranging from the 5K to the marathon and abilities ranging from novice to advanced, Run Faster is the cutting-edge guide for optimal performance. With Hudson’s guidance, you can train smarter and more effectively—and avoid injury. And you’ll soon be running faster than you ever thought possible!