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""This book is a fine example of the perfection that the running world has come to expect from Jack Daniels. Well thought out, concise, and purposeful, it embodies the training programs of time-proven principles that enhanced my own running performances. Simply put, Daniels' formula works. This book is a must read for every runner and coach interested in achieving peak performance."
"This book is a fine example of the perfection that the running world has come to expect from Jack Daniels. Well thought out, concise, and purposeful, it embodies the training programs of time-proven principles that enhanced my own running performances. Simply put, Daniels formula works. This book is a must read for every runner and coach interested in achieving peak performance."
Jim Ryun Former world record holder880 yds, mile, and 1500m Three-time Olympian
"Great book! Its organization and explanations are long overdue. The book is full of technical information that is reader friendly. A huge bonus is the anecdotal information that is most helpful in understanding a variety of issues related to running."
Joan Benoit Samuelson Two-time Boston Marathon champion Gold medalist, 1984 Olympic womens marathon
"Whether you are a beginning runner or an aspiring Olympian, Jack Daniels formulas can help you achieve your full potential with the least risk of injury or illness along the way."
Alberto Salazar 1980 and 1984 U.S. Olympic Marathon team member 6-time U.S. National Champion in long distance events --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Terrible book. Would never recommend it. Nothing is in laymen s termsPublished 13 months ago by chead98
I'm writing this review a couple of days after managing to qualify for the Boston Marathon with a sub 3:15 personal best thanks to this fantastic book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Paul
Overall, it wasn't a bad read. The language was a little too casual for my tastes. The methods apply to elite athletes, there wasn't too much useful information for beginners or... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2013 by Eric Gee
This book is well balanced, not too technical, not too scientific and give a lot of good tools for runners. Read morePublished on Oct. 19 2012 by Alain Roy
After reading the long and boring "Lore of running" by Timothy Noakes, I realized that even though I learned a lot I really didn't know where to go training wise. Read morePublished on May 19 2012 by Seb
Jack Daniel's writes a good book. Good to read, even better to use ongoing as a reference. Technical enough but still readable by the novice.
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This book will simply improve your race times. It is well written and clear, yet with enough leeway in it's presentation as to be suitable for all runners. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2004 by L. Behan
Coach Daniels presents a clear guide to training with stated reasons for each type of run that I have not seen else where. He definately has a good track record as a coach. Read morePublished on June 16 2004