Runner's World Training Diary

by Allen St. John

John Wiley & Sons | November 28, 1995 | Trade Paperback

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Join 200,000 other runners in using the bestselling training diary from the world''s leading running magazine! Runner''s World Training Diary Even if you''ve read Bill Rogers, George Sheehan, or Jim Fixx and have benefited from the advice of running experts, you can gain even more knowledge by keeping and studying your own personal running record. Inside this handy diary, Runner''s World provides the outline. You fill in the facts about each day''s run, such as your pace, the distance you ran, your pulse rate, and weather conditions. You set the goals--to run every day or twice a week, to log two or ten miles a day, to train for a 10K or a marathon--then note your progress. You discover what really works, and what doesn''t. In addition to providing a useful format and generous space for charting an entire year''s running, the Runner''s World Training Diary also includes:
* Charts to record racing results, best times, a year''s running at a glance
* Tables listing pacing rates, wind-chill readings, metric distance conversions
* Warm-up exercises and tables showing the caloric cost of running
* Helpful running hints
* Pages for training records, schedule planning, and much more!

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 144 pages, 9.02 × 6.38 × 0.58 in

Published: November 28, 1995

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0028608208

ISBN - 13: 9780028608204

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Runner's World Training Diary

by Allen St. John

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 144 pages, 9.02 × 6.38 × 0.58 in

Published: November 28, 1995

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0028608208

ISBN - 13: 9780028608204

From the Publisher

Join 200,000 other runners in using the bestselling training diary from the world''s leading running magazine! Runner''s World Training Diary Even if you''ve read Bill Rogers, George Sheehan, or Jim Fixx and have benefited from the advice of running experts, you can gain even more knowledge by keeping and studying your own personal running record. Inside this handy diary, Runner''s World provides the outline. You fill in the facts about each day''s run, such as your pace, the distance you ran, your pulse rate, and weather conditions. You set the goals--to run every day or twice a week, to log two or ten miles a day, to train for a 10K or a marathon--then note your progress. You discover what really works, and what doesn''t. In addition to providing a useful format and generous space for charting an entire year''s running, the Runner''s World Training Diary also includes:
* Charts to record racing results, best times, a year''s running at a glance
* Tables listing pacing rates, wind-chill readings, metric distance conversions
* Warm-up exercises and tables showing the caloric cost of running
* Helpful running hints
* Pages for training records, schedule planning, and much more!

From the Jacket

Join 200,000 other runners in using the bestselling training diary from the world's leading running magazine! Runner's World Training Diary Even if you've read Bill Rogers, George Sheehan, or Jim Fixx and have benefited from the advice of running experts, you can gain even more knowledge by keeping and studying your own personal running record. Inside this handy diary, Runner's World provides the outline. You fill in the facts about each day's run, such as your pace, the distance you ran, your pulse rate, and weather conditions. You set the goals—to run every day or twice a week, to log two or ten miles a day, to train for a 10K or a marathon—then note your progress. You discover what really works, and what doesn't. In addition to providing a useful format and generous space for charting an entire year's running, the Runner's World Training Diary also includes:
  • Charts to record racing results, best times, a year's running at a glance
  • Tables listing pacing rates, wind-chill readings, metric distance conversions
  • Warm-up exercises and tables showing the caloric cost of running
  • Helpful running hints
  • Pages for training records, schedule planning, and much more!

About the Author

Joe Henderson is a former editor of Runner's World (1970-77) and a prolific author, with 22 previous books on running and fitness. He was RRCA's Journalist of the Year both in 1979 and in 1997--the only person to receive this distinction twice--and he has been a member of the RRCA Hall of Fame since 1979. Henderson is highly regarded in the running community and is currently the West Coast editor of Runner's World. He lives in Eugene, Oregon.

From Our Editors

Now in its second edition, this diary is the ideal companion for the serious runner--a spiral-bound book in which the runner can track his or her progress and record mileage and achievements. Special features include a fitness record, pacing tables, a guide to running in hot and cold weather, stretching exercises, and more. 10 charts. 8 tables.
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