【出版项】 西安：西安出版社 , 2011.01
【参考文献格式】 吴长稳著. 标准与非标准田径运动场地. 西安：西安出版社, 2011.01.
Runner's handbook - kid's run club
Doctors Nova Scotia
confessions of a miler
by Brad Hill
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跑步圣经_The runner's Bible: compiled and annotated for the reading of him who runs_Nora Holm_1913_跑步书籍第0756本_附简介总结|笔记摘录|PDF电子书下载
The runner's Bible: compiled and annotated for the reading of him who runs
by Nora Holm (Author)
Paperback: 178 pages
Publisher: Leopold Classic Library (July 9, 2015)
Running and science: an interdisciplinary perspective_Jens Bangsbo；Henrik B. Larsen_2001_跑步书籍第0755本_附简介总结|笔记摘录|PDF电子书下载
Running and science: an interdisciplinary perspective
EDITOR: Jens Bangsbo & Henrik B. Larsen
Institute of Exercise and Sport Sciences
University of Copenhagen
Printed in Denmark 2001.
Ravings of a Runner
by Greg May (Author)
Perfect Paperback: 148 pages
Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
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Ravings of a Runner 简介：
The book that helps motivate you to find your own runs to rave about. Every runner has great stories about their favorite spots, secret training methods, special moments - good and bad. Here a midpack runner (that ran the Boston Marathon in 2006, 2008 & 2009) shares all of his with you. If this book doesn't make you want to get up off the couch and do a workout - well at least it is still a good read. Chapter 1: That big hill Chapter 2: Marine Corps Marathon is Flat Chapter 3: Sunday morning in Paris Chapter 4: New York Marathon Chapter 5: I am so vain Chapter 6: Robbie Crusoe Chapter 7: By the time we got to Wildflower Chapter 8: The Dude & what he makes me do Chapter 9: Qualifying for Boston Chapter 10: Practicing is different from racing Chapter 11: Boston Marathon Chapter 12: Always wear a helmet
Ravings of a Runner 读者评论：
I am an avid reader of running books, and have found very few that I am willing to put down and walk (run) away from, but after reading 80% of the book I just couldn't stomach anymore. Either the content is a bit scrambled, or the author revels in recounting events out of sequence, and referring to characters before introducing them.
In describing a run in Paris, the author suddenly refers to Travis. "Years ago we had gone out separately from Travis for a few hours". The author had never before mentioned Travis, and beyond a few short disconnected sentences, Travis isn't mentioned again for several chapters. At which time Travis shows up in a triathlon. After some sleuthing, I was able to put together that Travis is his son. His daughter is introduced in a similar fashion.
After a detailed discussion of his triathlon with Travis, and another in Wildflower, CA, the author moves on to recounting how he qualified for the Boston Marathon. Then, BANG! I found myself reading about his introduction to the sport of triathlons via a community college course and a long discussion of his training for his first short triathlon.
Either the book or the author is a bit scrambled.
by Lisa Tamati (Author), Nicola McCloy (Author)
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Allen & Unwin (May 1, 2010)
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Running Hot 简介：
The Badwater Ultramarathon through California's Death Valley is one of the world's toughest races. Lisa Tamati was the first New Zealand woman to compete in the race alongside such legends of the sport as Dean Karnazes and David Goggins. But Lisa's story is so much more than that one race. At the age of 19 she suffered a crippling back injury and was told she should give up running. She took that as a challenge and, with her Austrian boyfriend, went on to run, walk, bike, and paddle her way across thousands of miles of Europe, Scandinavia, and Africa before taking on the ultimate challenge—an unassisted crossing of the Libyan Desert. What happened in that desert would change the course of Lisa's life and instill in her a love of desert running. Running Hot is a story of a life lived to the max—a story of challenges, setbacks, heartbreaks, and triumph.
About the Author
Lisa Tamati has completed most of the world's toughest endurance races. Nicola McCloy has written several books, including Whykickamoocow.
Running Hot 目录：
1 Growing up in Taranaki 9
2 Hitting the Road 18
3 Corsica? Course I can 32
4 Scandinavia by bike 45
5 Life on the Danube 54
6 The rains down in Africa 64
7 Into the desert 76
8 Off the grid in Egypt 80
9 Close encounters of the bear kind 117
10 A quiet life 139
11 Through the desert to a new life 144
12 Sand in my veins 153
13 More Morocco 162
14 Goals and goats 169
15 Socks and shoes 178
16 Cousin Kim, divorce and goat curry 183
17 Coming Home 195
18 Chip butties and pumpkin soup man 201
19 Mad Macca and the Muppets 208
20 Team Tamati gets underway 214
21 Vegas baby! 220
22 Into the Valley of Death 224
23 Burritos and blisters 242
Running Hot 评价：
"A strong, endearing and very personal account of one woman’s growth into extreme sports athleticism. There are even a few tips for those crazy enough to follow." —Australian Bookseller & Publisher Magazine
I'm a middle-aged and weak (like a normal m-age person), but I like to run and I'll like to test myself from time to time. This book was easy to read (even though my language skills are not good - my native language is Estonian). I read the book before I met Lisa and before the running event in Sahara in 2010. I got to know about her - why she is such as she is and the book helped me to understand himself, ultra running (theme) and survive in desserts (bad news - I don't learned about it; good news - I have one more person to care and admire).
Indeed - the book is not step by step instructions for running. Indeed, the book does not radiate enthusiasm and excitement (and unfortunately there's no talk of hot sex or politics). But whether a person's life is just a great joy and happiness (without politics and other crap)? I read this book and discovered that my life is still very good and easy. Probably I can do a lot more than I thought.
I really enjoyed this book, I thought it was written well..She's no novelist so don't expect that! What it gives is a good run down of her experiences which are gutsy if anything. She put up with much more personally than I think any normal person would in her personal life. Those experiences however have served her favourably however it seems in being able to push through whatever the situation and survive. A life well lived by the looks, going to download the newest release for a read as I found this one so inspirational!
Lisa's story is a fascinating read - not just for runners, but anyone who sets personal goals that stretches their imagination. As a runner myself, I enjoyed the insights Lisa shares of the extreme footraces she has raced in around the world and the various hurdles overcome to complete them. Great stuff!
Obstacle Race Training Bible: The #1 Resource to Prepare for and Conquer Any Course!_James Villepigue_2012_跑步书籍第0752本_附简介总结|笔记摘录|PDF电子书下载
Obstacle Race Training Bible: The #1 Resource to Prepare for and Conquer Any Course!
by James Villepigue (Author)
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: ALPHA (December 4, 2012)
Roger Bannister and the Four-Minute Mile: Sports Myth and Sports History (Sport in the Global Society)_John Bale_2004_跑步书籍第0751本_附简介总结|笔记摘录|PDF电子书下载
Roger Bannister and the Four-Minute Mile: Sports Myth and Sports History (Sport in the Global Society)
by John Bale (Author)
Series: Sport in the Global Society
Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (August 13, 2004)