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- Human Kinetics
- Huddle, Molly (foreword)
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- 280 illustrations
- 210 x 150 x 22 mm
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- 620 g
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If you're setting your sights on competing in your next marathon rather than just completing it, then Advanced Marathoning, 3rd Edition is the book for you. This essential guide gives you the tools to choose the training plan that works best for you. These include detailed daily training schedules for 12 and 18 week preparation for weekly distances of 55, 55 to 70, 70 to 85 and 85-plus miles. There is also information on strength, core, flexibility and form training. The comprehensive text also includes a new chapter for the older marathoner. This features training, nutrition and recovery information to help you sail through your training regime. This brand new third edition of the bestselling marathon guide shows you how to use current technologies such as GPS and online logs. As well as how to implement cutting edge nutrition and hydration strategies and recovery techniques and taper properly to reach peak performance. Author Pete Pfitzinger also shows how his training philosophy works for elite competitors such as Galen Rupp, Eliud Kipchoge, Yuki Kawauchi, Molly Huddle and others. Advanced Marathoning, 3rd Edition gives competitive runners the information needed to train smarter, remain injury free and arrive at the starting line ready to run a personal best.
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"One of the most comprehensive and trusted resources for marathoners." --Runner's World "The third edition of Advanced Marathoning offers the latest information for optimizing performance. If you are preparing for a marathon, this is the book for you!" --Meb Keflezighi, Olympic Silver Medalist and Boston and New York City Marathon Champion "Advanced Marathoning provides a focused purpose every day so that you get to race day fit enough, rested enough, and healthy enough to have a great experience." --Molly Huddle, Two-Time Olympian, 2:26 Marathoner, and U.S. Record Holder in the 10K and Half Marathon "This is the book that taught me the science and training necessary to run faster marathons. It's clear, smart, precise, and full of terrific advice. My first edition is full of scribbles, underlines, and notes, marking a progression from 3:18 to 3:06 to 2:43--and, more important, to a true love of the sport. This edition is even better. Read it and run." --Nicholas Thompson, Editor in Chief of Wired "I've been referencing Advanced Marathoning since I first entered the marathon scene in 2013. Several buildups and top 10 finishes later, it's still the book I turn to for research- and experience-backed information about pacing, tapering, fueling, stretching, and more. Advanced Marathoning is a comprehensive and essential resource for anyone wishing to find their potential over 26.2 miles." --Becky Wade, 2:30 Marathoner and Author of Run the World
Pete Pfitzinger is a former Olympic marathoner. With a personal best of 2:11:43, he is a two-time winner of the San Francisco Marathon. He was ranked the top American marathoner in 1984 by Track & Field News. Now, Pfitzinger is a consultant on enhancing performance in endurance sports. He is also the co-author of Faster Road Racing (Human Kinetics). Scott Douglas is a contributing for Runner's World. He has authored and co-authored several other running books, including Running is My Therapy and Meb for Mortals.
Part I. Training Components Chapter 1. Elements of Training Chapter 2. Nutrition and Hydration Chapter 3. Balancing Training and Recovery Chapter 4. Supplementary Training Chapter 5. The Older (and Wiser) Marathoner Chapter 6. Tapering for Peak Marathon Performance Chapter 7. Race-Day Strategy Part II. Training Programs Chapter 8. Following the Schedules Chapter 9. Marathon Training on up to 55 Miles (89 km) per Week Chapter 10. Marathon Training on 55 to 70 Miles (89 to 113 km)per Week Chapter 11. Marathon Training on 70 to 85 Miles (113 to 137 km) per Week Chapter 12. Marathon Training on More Than 85 Miles (137 km) per Week Chapter 13. Multiple Marathoning Appendix A. Marathon Race-Pace Chart Appendix B. Equivalent Race Times: 10K Through Marathon