by Hal HigdonI am tempted to give this book 4 stars only for the reason that I disagree with the subtitle "How to beat your best time, every time". I don't think it's possible to set PRs forever. If it were so the pros would be doing it every race.
That aside, if your interested and running faster and not afraid of speed work, then this book is for you. I took to running later in life and had never been on a track or cross country team in high school or college so everything here was new to me. I did speak about some of the stuff in this book with our local high school coach and it was stuff that he uses.
For a person like me, this book was great. I did what it said and I certainly ran a lot faster. However, everyone has to realize that there are biological factors and eventually everyone will top out.
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|Book rating||4.35 (83 votes)