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Marathon: You Can Do It! (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Jeff Galloway

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Jeff Galloway developed unique training programs ten years ago showing runners how to train for, and finish a marathon. Galloway‘s success using walk breaks throughout race training has led tens of thousands of average people to experience the unique lifetime accomplishment of running a marathon. In this updated and revised edition, you'll discover how to set up a personal training program, how to stay motivated, train with a group, avoid injuries, and burn fat. Jeff Galloway is an Olympic athlete and a running teacher. His first book, Galloway's Book on Running, is an international best-seller, with over 600,000 copies sold in North America. This is the state-of-the-art marathon book by the person who lives and breathes running. BONUS: This eBook version has a fully linked index and cross-references, and is loaded with external links to marathon websites and runners' resources.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2369 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 240 pages
  • Editeur : Shelter Publications, Inc. (4 janvier 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B004I6D6WG
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Amazon.com: 4.6 étoiles sur 5  83 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Quality Advice on Running Injury Free, Fun, & Respecting the 16 octobre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
...Respecting the Distance.
Jeff Galloway is an Olympian who has run 130 marathons. That's why I chose to use his training program for my first marathon, because I believe he must know something about running. I am in my seventh week of training and doing wonderfully. People need to realize that Galloway's program is intentionally designed to get you to the starting line and through the marathon injury free and enjoying yourself, not hurting and tortured (although it's still going to be hard). There is nothing second-rate about walk breaks; he even gives the history of marathoning as having included walk breaks in the early days, and examples of modern record setters who took walk breaks. So posh on the nay sayers. When I added walk breaks to my program, the fun immediately came back and I was able to run twice as far with a smile on my face the whole time, enjoying scenery, rather than plodding along like a mule. He backs up his advice with scientific reasoning that makes total sense: when you give the running muscles a brief rest from the beginning and throughout the race, your legs stay fresh. You don't lose time because of this, and then you get to pass people later on, all while minimizing the risk of injury. I can't for the life of me understand why anyone would turn up their nose at that. Hopefully I'll be passing some of them on the course.
As for the reviewer below who said that Galloway doesn't mention goo, that is just inaccurate.
The important thing to remember (!) is that 26.2 miles is a LONG way. Anyone who crosses the finish line is a marathoner, period, whether you ran, walked or crawled. Galloway's training programs (there are 11 to choose from depending on your goals, even time goals for the competitive reviewer below...HELLO! CAN YOU RUN A 2:39?! Galloway has a program for that, did you try it?) are designed to get you trained and through the race safely and ready to keep running more races or at least running for life. Hopefully with a smile on your face. What more could you possibly want?
The other wonderful part are the mental tricks he suggests, such as "Anti-Gravity Fluid" and "Magic Words". This is a great book.
Includes chapters on: Long Run, Walk Breaks, Running Form, Cross Training, Training Programs (11), a whole section on inspiration and motivation, what race day is like, Running Faster (speed and hill work), section on food and fat burning, advice on getting older and running, gear, an Appendix and many tables and charts.
38 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Marathon: I DID Do It! 13 mai 2009
Par Smith's Rock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
At age 55, I felt as though I was running out of time to cross "Run a Marathon" off my lifetime list of things to do before leaving this planet. Galloway's book was the first book on training for a marathon that I happened upon, and it was a lucky find indeed.

I trained with my 24 year old son, who had never run a marathon. Neither of us particularly liked running, neither of us were in great shape. Galloway's sensible, step by step, interesting and informative book worked so well for us that we were both able to claim "First time is the charm". The book includes several training detailed running schedules based on speed, and one that is simply labeled "To Finish". We chose "To Finish", and signed up for the 2007 Portland Marathon.

Sticking with the nutritional and motivational advice provided in abundance by the book, we finished each training run with the conclusion "No WAY we can run any further than this". But we did, and as the weeks went by, the distances increased just as Galloway had promised. Injury free, we showed up in Portland, ran the entire race together, stepped on the finish line together, and experienced that incredible feeling of taking on a task that seems impossible, and succeeding.

The book is interesting, full of anecdotes, warm, and encouraging. Think you're too old or too slow to ever run a marathon? Pick up this book, and think again!
38 internautes sur 41 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Boston Qualifyer and Conversion of Attitude 12 mai 2011
Par Brian K Harris - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have been using this book and plan for after ten years now and while perusing Galloway's books to find a title for my therapist decided to finally chime in. From being a XC runner in high school and college, the mentality of never stopping during a race was commendable and a rite of passage. Before picking up this book I ran two marathons without stopping. I was 35 then but my back seemed like it was 65. After both those marathons, the "sensation" of a broomstick jamming into my backside was crippling (sciatic nerve). In the advice from a friend I tried the run/walk system. My next marathon brought a Park City time from 4:30 to 3:51 walking every mile. Granted I was pushing mile times, but the result was phenomenal. I now exclusively use the R/W program for training and racing. I have tried a run 4 min, walk 30 second, and a walk each mile marker with success in both. My PR is now a 3:27 which brought me to Boston this last April... so for the doubting speedsters, running fast by walking is possible. For those with back pain, I can't say enough.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent guide for marathon training 6 juin 2004
Par Candace Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've long enjoyed Jeff Galloway's articles in "Runners World" and his other running books. This one ranks up there with the best guides on ho w to train for a marathon. It's not preachy or sanctimonious and it offers some sensible tips on how to get yourself in shape to run 26.2 miles. The book is dated, and if you do much of your training on a treadmill, you're out of luck. The book was written before treadmills became a practical way to train indoors in your own home. Aside from this "defect," the rest of the book is excellent. Whether you're an avowed coach potato, or someone who runs 10 miles a week, the book will get you to the starting line and, hopefully, get you to finish your first race.
Running is a joyous activity and one which brings many individual rewards. Finishing your first marathon is one of life's great memories and hopefully, there will be many more for you to savor as you gain experience and fitness. If you're a serious, addicted runner who has never run a marathon, you'll love this book, but the beginners will reap the greatest rewards. It's well-written, fun to read and instructive. Highly recommended.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Pragmatic advice for new marathoners 2 août 2005
Par K. Harvey - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am finding this book practical and informative, but redundant with Galloway's previous book. One or the other would seem more useful than ordering both...and if I had to choose, I might purchase the other book for it's comprehensive information about injury prevention and treatment. Still, compared to other books on marathon by other authors, this book is encouraging, helpful, specific and especially appropriate for the non-traditional athlete: the older, female, injured or less athletically inclined among us who are still motivated to do a marathon for whatever personal reasons.
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