Run Strong Stay Hungry: The 9 Keys To Running Strong For A Lifetime

Jonathan Beverly’s new book, Run Strong Stay Hungry, draws on decades of experience in the sports industry as a journalist, runner, photographer, and running coach. The former editor-in-chief of Running Times and shoe editor for Runner’s World, Beverly draws on decades of experience in the sport and the industry and writes about the Running Secrets of Deena Kastor, Bill Rodgers, Joan Benoit Samuelson and more.

Run Strong Stay Hungry

Beverly taps 50-lifetime runners to reveal the 9 keys to run strong and stay fast. Runners will find inspiration and guidance on the best ways to train, race, recover, avoid injuries, and stay motivated.

Drawing from lessons learned over their 4 million lifetime running miles, Beverly finds that these lifetime competitors offer dozens of specific, creative strategies and solutions you can try right now. You’ll find inspiration and guidance to power up your running with the best ways to train, race, recover, avoid injuries, and stay motivated. You’ll tap into the powerful habits and mind-sets formed over 1,000 marathons, hundreds of major race wins, 40 Olympic Games, and dozens of American and world records.

9 ways any runner can enjoy a lifelong

Run Strong, Stay Hungry explores 9 ways any runner can enjoy a lifelong, healthy running career as well as boost enjoyment of running and improve race performance. These keys will not only keep you on your feet, but they will also open up new opportunities and challenges that will keep you engaged in the sport. Whether you’re winning races or finishing in the middle of the pack, cranking out 100-mile weeks or squeezing miles into your busy schedule. Beverly busts myths that have held masters runners back and gives direction to help both beginning runners and those who have run for decades.

Get a 20-year head start on obstacle-proofing your racing—or reboot your running career—with this insightful new guide for anyone who loves to run.

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