Provides an introduction to training for long distance running, covering such topics as choosing running shoes, balancing dietary needs, using warm up exercises, protecting oneself from injury, and running schedules with different levels of difficulty.Allow yourself plenty of time to eat and digest a simple, tried-and-tested breakfast of about 400 calories. ... portions and your musclesa#39; fuel reserves will Consider taking strictly timed oneminute walk breaks every mile (1.6 km). ... In the last two days, keep especially well hydrated, and stay off your feet as much as possible.
|Title||:||Long Distance Running for Beginners|
|Author||:||Michael Spilling, Sean Fishpool|
|Publisher||:||The Rosen Publishing Group - 2011-08|