Run Stronger and Race Faster by Training Slower
PRAISE FOR MATT FITZGERALD AND HIS FITNESS BOOKS: Fitzgerald is going to go down as one of the most competent and prolific authors of books for serious runners covering just about every legitimate aspect of the all-important runners lifestyle.LetsRun.com If youre looking to get to your peak performance weight or explore the mind-body connection of running, writer Matt Fitzgerald has some advice for you.Fitzgerald, an expert in endurance training and nutrition, explores a wide range of topics and cutting-edge developments from the world of running and endurance sports.ESPN.com Sports nutritionist Matt Fitzgerald lets us in on his no-diet secrets that can help endurance athletes get leaner, stronger, and faster.Mens Fitness The elements and philosophy laid out in Run were fundamental and played an essential role in my overall success throughout my career as a self-coached athlete.Alan Culpepper, 2000 and 2004 U.S. Olympian, sub-four-minute miler, sub-2:10 marathoner Extremely well-donea must for marathoners!Library Journal In his latest book, Matt Fitzgerald successfully explains the mind-body method of running.Anyone trying to improve and realize their true running potential should read Run. Kara Goucher, 2008 Olympian and world championship medalist Amateur to professional athletes can optimize their potential with this book.Bike World News Racing Weight answers the difficult questions athletes often have about dieting, including how to handle the off-season. The book gives readers a scientifically backed system to discover your optimum race weight, as well as five steps to achieve it.Triathlete You will gain valuable information and insight about how to fuel your body from this book.Portland Book Review
Matt Fitzgerald is an acclaimed endurance sports and nutrition writer and a certified sports nutritionist. He is the bestselling author of more than a dozen books on running and fitness, including 80/20 Running, Brain Training for Runners, Racing Weight, and Iron War, which was long-listed for the 2012 William Hill Sports Book of the Year. He is a columnist on Competitor.com and Active.com, and has contributed to Bicycling, Mens Health, Triathlete, Mens Journal, Outside, Runners World, Shape, and Womens Health. He lives in San Diego, California.