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Running can be not only good for your body, but it can also be good for your soul as well especially if you’re running upon some of America’s most beautiful outdoor running trails. In America’s Best Trails, author and running expert, Jeff Galloway and his son, Brennan Galloway take you on a journey of some of America’s gorgeous trails. Jeff and Brennan will present some of their favorite and most scenic places to run or walk in the United States in this book. This list includes places in almost all of the 50 states, divided geographically from West to East. Each route has directions to the trail head and special instructions to enjoy the area.
Average to Epic is an integrated guide for helping men and women transform their lives through endurance sports. It could be riding a bike 100 miles, running a marathon, or completing long-course triathlons, this book provides the resources, practical tips, planning, and motivation for the average person to take on epic athletic challenges. It covers endurance road biking, endurance mountain biking, long distance running, and triathlons. Many middle-aged people want to drastically improve their fitness and overall wellness.
Thinking about running the Boston Marathon in the future? Then Boston Marathon: How to Qualify, 3rd Edition is the book for you. This is why. With the Galloway program, its possible to be in the best shape of your life and still have energy to enjoy family and career. The highly successful training schedules include all the elements needed to qualify based on the Boston Marathon standards.
Have you dreamed of crossing a finish line but have no idea how to get from now to the starting line? Do you have a secret goal you’re terrified to tackle? Courage to Tri will inspire you and give you practical tools to approach your first race with confidence. Even if you’ve never done anything athletic, completing a triathlon is within reach–if you put in the time and effort to try.
Cross-Country Running & Racing presents all of the training necessary to train for cross-country races. Galloway’s successful training program explains how to build endurance, train and race on hills, varied terrain running, speed training, race strategies, maximizing performance, and reducing the risk of injury.
Half Marathon: A Complete Training Guide for Women is a must-have for adult women of any age at any fitness level who want to train for a half marathon.
Using Jeff Galloway’s proven Run Walk Run® method, this book offers a step-by-step program for woman that will get them started with weekly training. The training plans follow the run-walk-run format, allowing the runner to increase her mileage while decreasing her time, safely and effectively. An added benefit of these training programs is that they can easily fit into any busy schedule because training needs to happen only three days a week.
Athletes need to train their minds just as much as the body, so do people who just want to stay fit. It’s easy to find excuses and stay at home, but with Jeff Galloway’s mental training strategies you will find yourself staying motivated and setting and reaching new goals in no time.
You will find many useful tips on dealing with stress in Mental Training for Runners. Jeff Galloway describes typical everyday situations and how to go out and run even if your brain is making up excuses. Jeff explains drills to help you rehearse a good response to those excuses so that over time you will change your habits; he presents training tools that will lower your stress and help you learn to set realistic goals.
Jeff Galloway’s injury-free marathon training program has helped hundreds of thousands of runners of all abilities. His training schedules have inspired the second wave of marathoners who follow the Galloway RUN WALK RUN·, low mileage, three-day suggestions to an over 98% success rate.
Runners will explore the RUN WALK RUN· Method the principles of and mental and physical benefits behind the method. You will learn Jeff’s Magic Mile, how to set up a running strategy, mental training, proper form and technique, drills, transitions, problem solving, running faster, race rehearsals, and more.