I was a little sceptical when I first picked up Run Smart by John Brewer, as the quote on the front was from a radio presenter rather than a running coach or an elite runner. But I gave it a chance, and quickly I was hooked! This book is well put-together, with nice imagery, easy to read paragraphs and a layout that simplifies the science and training behind marathon running.
Kilian Jornet is one of my biggest idols on the running scene. He has an ability to push himself beyond any normal capacity. Having no fear whilst doing so on top of a mountain range inspires me every day to not give up when things seem tough!
Running is one of the most time-effective ways of exercising and a great way to get more bang for your buck in fitness terms. When considering how to start running from a beginners running technique perspective, finding a place to start can be very daunting. Here are some running tips for beginners!
I couldn’t help but pick up this book because Jessica Ennis was one of the reasons I got into running. She may be a heptathlete but it was more her motivation and persistence to do well even if she had the weight of the world on her from the pressure of the British public for her to win gold medals!
A book that explains about how running can provide a form of therapy…? I’m in! Being a runner myself and coming from a background of first getting into running because of exam related stress I know for sure that running can act as therapy.
Eating and running, two of my favourite things in one book? It must be good! I’ve followed Scott Jurek for a while now, especially from a nutritional perspective. Being a vegan, I always look for different recipes and ways to combine veganism with my running. In addition, with Scott Jurek being an ultra-runner, I was intrigued before I even picked the book up.