Running Book Reviews

By Diane Rudholm

Running Science

By Owen Anderson, Ph.D.

Do you want to take your running regime to the next level? Avid runners will pore over the pages of Running Science. Filled to the brim with thoughtfully weighed scientific research, it includes training techniques, tips for avoiding and treating injury, staying motivated to run and getting a leg-up with smart nutrition. We love the section on training modes and methods for runners, which goes into detail about strength, hill, speed and altitude training.

The 25,000 Mile Love Story

By Serge Roetheli

This inspiring and sometimes heart-wrenching autobiography gives us a glimpse into a husband and wife’s five-year journey into the unknown. Over the course of their adventure, chronicled in The 25,000 Mile Love Story, Roetheli ran 25,000 miles, across six continents, for children in need, with his wife, Nicole, riding alongside him on a motorcycle and documenting the trek. These two passionate people overcome obstacles with relentless persistence while falling in love with the world again and again—enticing readers to tumble after them.

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