Beginners Guide to Running: Fifteen Golden Tips

Beginners Guide to Running: Fifteen Golden Tips

by Peter Windross

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Overview

Starting to run is an exciting time. The start of this journey is a wonderful place to be. It is a great time in your life, full of discoveries and new things to learn.

▪Running can be a life long adventure.
▪Running can take you to all parts of our fabulous planet.
▪Running makes you happier and healthier.
▪Running decreases fatigue, boosts concentration and enhances your mental powers.
▪Running helps stave off the effects of ageing.
▪Running helps you enjoy sex more and makes you a better lover.

Who is this book for? Anyone who would like to know a little more about this great sport and obsession for so many. People all around the world run. They run for peace, solitude, solidarity and companionship. Running joins communities and people from all walks of life.

To find out more about the benefits, how to do it and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls, join me and read on.

Why fifteen golden tips? These are the most helpful pointers I would have wanted to know when starting out. These are just signposts, not an exhaustive list.

But I hope these pages inspire you to lace up your shoes, get off the sofa and step out of the front door. If you achieve this and come back with a smile, then my work is done.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046443585
Publisher: Peter Windross
Publication date: 12/03/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 181 KB

About the Author

Dr Harley has twenty years experience as a family practitioner. He has a specialist interest in weight loss. He lives and works with his young family near the New Forest in the UK. He has tried every diet out there for himself and now runs ultra-marathons (for fun!). He brings these years of detailed study to bear on his writing. Through kind good humour he loves to teach how the body and brain work together. It is through understanding these that we can start to make meaningful differences in our lives. He enjoys writing books about how to do stuff a little better. He reads more about running in his spare time than is good for him. He is often told that he should get out more, though he obviously thinks that means on the trails.

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