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The Runner S Rule Book

Author : Mark Remy
ISBN : 9781605293257
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 50. 17 MB
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Every sport has rules. Running is no exception. If you're curious, just visit the Web site of USA Track & Field, the sport's governing body, where you'll find detailed dictates on everything from disqualification to bib-number placement to the caliber of the starter's pistol. But what about the everyday rules of running? The unspoken ones that pertain to the lingo, behavior, and etiquette that every seasoned runner seems to know and every newbie needs to learn? Veteran runner Mark Remy and the editors of Runner's World magazine provide answers to these very questions and many more in The Runner's Rule Book. With 100+ rules that cover the basics of running, racing, track etiquette, and apparel and gear, including hilarious running commentary on running culture, The Runner's Rule Book will be the reference guide you'll turn to again and again for answers to your burning running questions.

Runner S Rules Book

Author : Finn Dahl
ISBN : 1796935786
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File Size : 45. 32 MB
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If you have been running for a while, I am sure you have your own rules and insights about running. Now, you can record and keep them all in one book designed for all runners. In this book, there are 101 pages created to let you jot down your own rules and wisdom about running. One rule or wisdom for each page. It has an index section at the end of the book for easy referencing when you are done with your 101 rules. Designed as a handy-sized notebook 5.5 x 8.5 inches it is easy to carry and kept. This Runner's Rule Book will serve as a keepsake or a gift to anyone who loves running. Keep your winning rules, tips, secrets and wisdom all in one book now, pass it to your children or share with friends with this practical runner's notebook.

The Runner S World Big Book Of Running For Beginners

Author : Jennifer Van Allen
ISBN : 9781609615376
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 79. 84 MB
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Every day, people are reaching their get-up-or-give-up moments and resolving to change. And they’re realizing that running is the simplest, cheapest, and most effective way to lose weight, gain confidence, and relieve stress. For newcomers, the obstacles are fierce. There are fears of pain and embarrassment. There are schedules jam-packed with stressful jobs, long commutes, endless meetings, and sticky-fingered toddlers.The Runner’s World Big Book of Running for Beginners provides all the information neophytes need to take their first steps, as well as inspiration for staying motivated. The book presents readers with tips for smart nutrition and injury prevention and includes realistic training plans that enable beginning runners to achieve gradual progress (by gearing up for a 30-minute run, a 5-K, or even a 5-miler). Above all, it will show newbies just how fun and rewarding the sport can be, thanks to the help of several "real runner" testimonials.

The Runner S World Big Book Of Marathon And Half Marathon Training

Author : Jennifer Van Allen
ISBN : 9781609617080
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 71. 12 MB
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The first dedicated book on marathon and half marathon training from the renowned experts at Runner's World. The Runner's World Big Book of Marathon and Half-Marathon Training gives readers the core essentials of marathon training, nutrition, injury prevention, and more. The editors of Runner's World know marathon training better than anyone on the planet. They have spent the last few years inviting readers to share the long, sweaty journey to the starting line, putting themselves on call to personally answer readers' questions 24/7. This book will include testimonials from real runners, more than 25 training plans for every level and ability, workouts, a runner's dictionary, and sample meal plans. The Runner's World Big Book of Marathon and Half-Marathon Training is a powerful and winning resource--the ultimate tool kit for anyone who wants to get from the starting line to the finish line.

The Runner S Field Manual

Author : Mark Remy
ISBN : 9781609612108
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 90. 37 MB
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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 & 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.

Tales From The Deadball Era

Author : Mark S. Halfon
ISBN : 9781612346496
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 86. 12 MB
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The Deadball Era (1901û1920) is a baseball fanÆs dream. Hope and despair, innocence and cynicism, and levity and hostility blended then to create an air of excitement, anticipation, and concern for all who entered the confines of a major league ballpark. Cheating for the sake of victory earned respect, corrupt ballplayers fixed games with impunity, and violence plagued the sport. Spectators stormed the field to attack players and umpires, ballplayers charged the stands to pummel hecklers, and physical battles between opposing clubs occurred regularly in a phenomenon known as ôrowdyism.ö At the same time, endearing practices infused baseball with lightheartedness, kindness, and laughter. Fans ran onto the field with baskets of flowers, loving cups, diamond jewelry, gold watches, and cash for their favorite players in the middle of games. Ballplayers volunteered for ôbenefit contestsö to aid fellow big leaguers and the country in times of need. ôJoke gamesö reduced sport to pure theater as outfielders intentionally dropped fly balls, infielders happily booted easy grounders, hurlers tossed soft pitches over the middle of the plate, and umpires ignored the rules. Winning meant nothing, amusement meant everything, and league officials looked the other way. Mark Halfon looks at life in the major leagues in the early 1900s, the careers of John McGraw, Ty Cobb, and Walter Johnson, and the events that brought about the end of the Deadball Era. He highlights the strategies, underhanded tactics, and bitter battles that defined this storied time in baseball history, while providing detailed insights into the players and teams involved in bringing to a conclusion this remarkable period in baseball history.

The National Federation Track And Field Rule Book

Author : National Federation of State High School Associations
ISBN : IND:30000087975458
Genre : Track and field
File Size : 32. 37 MB
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Runners Of North America

Author : Mark Remy
ISBN : 9781623366131
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 37. 47 MB
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If there's one thing that Mark Remy knows, it's running. After 25 marathons and a career of writing for and about runners in Runner's World, he is well equipped to dissect the running world and the odd creatures that make up its population. Runners of North America is a playful, user-friendly handbook designed to help us understand this brightly clad species and their quirky behavior. With chapters like "Diet and Nutrition" and "Mating Habits," Runners of North America examines and explains the lives of runners from every conceivable angle--while delivering plenty of laughs along the way. Illustrated with line drawings that capture the humor and tone of the book, this is sure to make you laugh, identify with, and poke fun at the ridiculous things that runners do, while highlighting what makes belonging to this group uniquely entertaining. It's the perfect gift for runners--and for anyone seeking to better understand their bizarre behavior.

The Little White Book Of Baseball Law

Author : John H. Minan
ISBN : 1604421002
Genre : Law
File Size : 74. 51 MB
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The game of baseball has often resulted in brawls, both on the field and in the courtroom, and from the 1890's on, much of what baseball is today has been shaped by the law. In eighteen chapters, this eye-opening book discusses cases that involved rules of the game, new stadium construction, ownership of baseball memorabilia, injured spectators, television contracts, and much more.

1987 Baseball Rules Book

Author : Sporting News
ISBN : 0892042400
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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