Monday, 6/3/19

You Don’t Need to Walk 10,000 Steps

Is Our Obsession With Health Data Making Us Crazy?

Just say no

100 Books All Runners and Track Fans Should Read

A few more for the list:

The Herb Elliott Story as told to Alan Trengove (Don’s first running book)
Anything by Percy Cerutty and Arthur Lydiard (who hated each other)
Train Hard, Win Easy: The Kenyan Way by Toby Tanser
The Lonely Breed by Ron Clarke and Norman Harris
Running in Literature by Roger Robinson
TrackTown, USA by Kenny Moore
The Runner’s Literary Companion edited by Garth Battista
Running Tough by Michael Sandrock
14 Minutes by Alberto Salazar
Twin Tracks: The Autobiography by Roger Bannister
Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
Never Missed by Mark Covert
The Prelog by Linda Prefonaine
Rome 1960 by David Maraniss

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