Written in a really easy-to-use way, this book is a lay person's guide to why we should all run more - just in case you need convincing. This book is split into the following easy-to-follow sections: what running physiology is all about - so that you know what affects running has on your body; running environment - so you know where's best to run; running equipment - so you can get an added advantage with the best, most comfortable and useful kit; and running psychology - so you can keep happy and motivated to run. This book clearly explains the factors that affect your ability to run well and so are useful things that all runners should know before taking their first running steps. Also collected together here in this convenient and easy to use format are insights from sports scientists, up-to-date and current research findings and the distilled experiences of running professionals. It's up to you now to share in the joy, the exhilaration, the sweat, the aches and the pains that running has to offer!
Running for Weight Loss, A Guide on Running for a Healthier and Thinner YouThis Guide Will Help With Your Weight Loss Goals and Change Your Life Forever! Are you like the millions of people around the world who have tried diet after diet and are still not managing to lose weight! Well this book can help you achieve your goals. By adding a simple running routine to your calorie controlled diet will see you shed that weight and lose it forever. Running is a fun and rewarding challenge. The release of endorphins after running leaves you feeling like you're on top of the world and this results in the perfect motivating factor in your quest to lose weight. Running whether preparing for a Marathon or for Improving ones mental and physical health offers a great deal more than just weight loss. So what are you waiting for, get this guide and you too can change the way you look and feel forever.
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Ellen Craft and William Craft were slaves from Macon, Georgia who escaped to the North in December 1848 by traveling openly by train and steamboat, arriving in Philadelphia on Christmas Day. She posed as a white male planter and he as her personal servant. Their daring escape was widely publicized, making them among the most famous of fugitive slaves.
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