The Runner's Field Manual

The Runner's Field Manual

A Tactical (and Practical) Survival Guide

eBook - 2010
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Whether you run in the city or on trails, in races or just for fun, you'll find The Runner's Field Manual loaded with practical advice and how-to instruction. As funny as it is useful, this volume covers everything from Dealing With Drivers to Toenail Maintenance, and explores in explicit detail. COMMON THREATS Urban: The Blackberry-transfixed businessman Suburban: The bored, angry dog Trail: The mountain biker who has watched too many Mountain Dew commercials SHOES and GEAR The Reef Knot: The only knot you need to know Barefoot Running: Crazy? Or just insane? The Trash Bag Poncho: Three steps to ultra-cheap rainwear RACE DAY CHALLENGES Finding the Damn Thing: Not always so easy Navigating the Aid Station: Pinch the cup Finish Line Vomit: Hey, it happens Full of charts, illustrations, and more than a few laughs, The Runner's Field Manual is the perfect reference for anyone who loves to run--or wants to learn how.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Rodale Inc, [2010]
ISBN: 9781609612108
Branch Call Number: 796.42 Re
Description: 1 online resource (224 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)


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Jun 17, 2013

This book is casually written and jokey. You won't learn to tie a shoelace despite the promise. You have to go to to get to the video. Basically, you need to tie a reef knot, instead of a granny. The difference is very small but important. There are better books on running out there.


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