OUR FAVORITE RUNNING BOOKS
Older, Faster, Stronger – What Women Runners Can Teach Us All About Living Younger, Longer
One part personal quest to discover running greatness after age 50, one part investigation into what the women's running boom can teach athletes about becoming fitter, stronger, and faster as we age. Guaranteed to inspire and empower!
Let Your Mind Run – A Memoir of Thinking My Way to Victory
A fascinating look inside the mind of an elite athlete, and a remarkable story of achievement. Follow her story from high school cross country through the Olympic marathon, and gain valuable insight into how small habits of positivity can give anyone a competitive edge.
Born to Run – A Hidden Tribe, Super Athletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
Isolated by Mexico's Copper Canyons, the Tarahumara Indians have honed the ability to run hundreds of miles without rest or injury. What starts as a quest to find a solution to a stubborn injury becomes a fascinating story about natural running and the extremes the human body can handle.
The Lost Art of Running – A Journey to Rediscover the Forgotten Essence of Human Movement
An opportunity to join running technique and movement coach Shane Benzie on his journey across five continents as he trains with and analyzes the movement patterns of some of the most gifted athletes on the planet. Full of interesting research and insight!
PODCASTS WE'RE LISTENING TO
UA Sweat the Details
A show for women, by women, leading the conversation on fitness and the science of sport. With women athletes at its core, listen for tips, insights, and inspiring stories about culture, community, and competition.
Ali on the Run Show
A podcast about working hard, running hard, and encountering failures and victories along the way. Ali talks to inspiring guests about goals, confidence, and overcoming obstacles.
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