Running With The Wind: Key Strategies for Achieving Your Running Potential
This is a book focused on key strategies for achieving your running potential. The book includes five strategies that will make a runner run more effectively and more efficiently. The first strategy discusses peaking for top performance and setting goals. The second strategy comments on eating healthy; the third strategy covers running intervals and hill training, the fourth strategy discusses the importance of cross training and the last strategy comments on seeking challenging races and thinking outside the box. Additionally, the book profiles runners, cyclists and triathletes who provide invaluable coaching and training tips. Walt Esser has competed in hundreds of races in his 35 plus years of competitive running. In high school and college, he competed in track and field events and ran his first marathon at the National AAU Championship in California in 1973. This is Walt's second book on running — the first, The Ultimate Challenge: Running Ultra Marathons, has received excellent reviews by marathon and ultra marathon runners.
- 116 pages perfect bound
- ISBN 1-931575-37-1