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Description - Run Yourself Fit by Christina Macdonald

DO YOU WANT TO...* Find out how regular running can prevent and reduce the risk of many illnesses? * Start running but want advice on how to start slowly and gradually, and discover the right pace for you? * Know how to use running for weight loss and how to build mileage? * Improve your running technique to help reduce the risk of injury? With tips and tricks, training plans, dietary advice and inspirational case studies, Run Yourself Fit will help you break down those mental barriers, build your confi dence and reap the benefits of a healthier, happier and longer life!

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781849537995
ISBN-10: 1849537992
Format: Paperback
(175mm x 124mm x mm)
Pages: 128
Imprint: Vie
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers
Publish Date: 14-Jan-2016
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Christina Macdonald

Christina Macdonald took up running 20 years ago to lose weight and attract a bloke. It worked, but her relationship with running lasted a lot longer. A keen gym user since the 1990s, Christina was the editor of Women's Fitness magazine for three years, before leaving the title in 2009 to launch Women's Running magazine. She now works as a freelance health and fitness writer, as well as a personal trainer. She has completed ten half-marathons and two marathons to date, along with numerous 5-km and 10-km races. She runs for health, sanity and, admittedly, a bit of vanity. She believes that anyone who is healthy can run, whatever their age, size or fitness level.