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é soltar o mais inato ue há em nós É descontrair e ver o corpo sorrir É dizer ao corpo ue ele existe e ue pode servir o seu propósitoMas correr não pode ser apenas calçar uns sapatos e sair à rua A falta de conhecimento e preparação podem dar origem a lesões fadiga desconforto Um corpo sedentário não está preparado para correr uma maratona Devemos conhecer e identificar os limites do noss. must read for every runner

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The Little Red Book of Running

Há uem corra para perder peso para jogar melhor à bola para esuecer os problemas ou para os resolver e até para reencontrar amigos Correr é sempre ir mais longe É ir só até ali e agora só mais um pouco É ir até ao fim É vencer os seus limites Correr é ser feliz é uma parte do nosso ADN ue por vivermos num mundo sedentário está contida Correr é vencer barreiras é ultrapassar obstáculos. I love running But I have four kids and I don t get to go running nearly as often as I like This book is highly motivating fun and very easy to read I can barely get through three pages before I m lacing up my sneakers and going out with renewed vigor Now keep in mind that I am an extreme amateur on about a thousand different levels and this book has been very helpful for helping me to understand advanced running terms and running techniues If when I were advanced I think I would get even out of this book It s worth owning I can tell I m going to refer to it as my running improves

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O corpo Correr de forma saudável é fundamental para ue possamos apreciar todas as vantagens desta prática Este livro reúne 250 dicas sugestões ou alertas ue ajudarão ualuer corredor independentemente do seu objetivo e condição física a descobrir ao seu próprio ritmo porue é ue correr é uma atividade tão inebriante e cativante a ponto de facilmente se tornar uma parte fundamental da sua vida. Advice lots of advice And surprisingly none that I really disagreed with It consists of a thousand or so short essays on different aspects of running from when and where and how often And in almost every case his conclusion is this it doesn t matter Do what works for you try not to get into a rut and enjoy yourselfHere s an example Always be open to new running experiences Who knows what aspects of the sport will appeal to you at different times in your running career After all have you always like the same kind of music watched the same kind of movies eaten the same foods read the same kind of booksAnd so on Although it has a lot of tips of the how to of running this is primarily a book about the feel how of running On the how to side he has an amusing note about why you shouldn t run to your medical checkup appointment hard running causes short term changes that could be taken as signs of disease and he gives a few concrete examples of thisNow that I look back at it this will be a useful book to keep around and re read a time or two get some inspiration pick up the points I missed I recommend it but with this warning the articles are very very short Some of them could have been five times as long


10 thoughts on “The Little Red Book of Running

  1. says:

    I'd give this 7 stars if allowed Great stuff It's indeed a little book and organized around 250 tips to help you run farther faster consistently injury free and a miscellaneous section so you'd think that each w

  2. says:

    I love running But I have four kids and I don't get to go running nearly as often as I like This book is highly motivating fun and very easy to read I can barely get through three pages before I'm lacing up my sneakers and going out with renewed vigor Now keep in mind that I am an extreme amateur on about a thousand different leve

  3. says:

    The Little Red Book of Running is a fantastic reference book for experienced and novice runners alike The book is divided into five distinct sections offering tips on everything from running faster to remaining injury free a

  4. says:

    must read for every runner

  5. says:

    in the first half of the race don't be an idiot In the second half of the race don't be a wimp #92Best book ever Will be buying it and rereading at regular intervals

  6. says:

    This book is full of great tips to improve your training and outlook for running

  7. says:

    Advice lots of advice And surprisingly none that I really disagreed with It consists of a thousand or so short essays on different aspects of running from when and where and how often And in almost every case his conclusion is this it doesn't matter Do what works for you try not to get into a rut and enjoy yourse

  8. says:

    It was a uick read of myriads of short tips for running You can tell the writer’s passion for running as he runs through all seasons and all kinds of inclement weather conditions The tips are wide ranging from analyzing running injuries to running consistently That fact that they are pithy and short tips means that you n

  9. says:

    Everything you'd expect from a running book solid advice in bite size pieces

  10. says:

    Learned alotAs a new runner i learned a ton of information on running i will apply to my running Trial and error

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