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I d give this 7 stars if allowed Great stuff It s indeed a little book, and organized around 250 tips to help you run farther, faster,consistently, injury free, and a miscellaneous section , so you d think that each would be basically a bumper sticker aphorism a la train don t strain But actually, Scott Douglas is such a great writer that he packs a convincing, concise essay into each tip Some are well known points use a running log strive for even pace in races , some perhaps les I d give this 7 stars if allowed Great stuff It s indeed a little book, and organized around 250 tips to help you run farther, faster,consistently, injury free, and a miscellaneous section , so you d think that each would be basically a bumper sticker aphorism a la train don t strain But actually, Scott Douglas is such a great writer that he packs a convincing, concise essay into each tip Some are well known points use a running log strive for even pace in races , some perhaps less well known but not likely controversial treadmills are good for hill repeats get up as early as you need to in order to run before a plane trip , others contrarian run with the wind at your back in first half you don t need to replace shoes after fixed number of miles ignore 10% rule for weekly mileage increase , but all are informed by the author s 30 years as a dedicated runner and his exceptional career as a running journalist and author.Like all of the author s books, chapters, blog entries, etc., there s a lot of humor here on the edgy, sarcastic side, not the yuk yuk isn t that word fartlek funny to say side , but also sincerity and passion I m a middle aged paper pusher who s been running since age 14, and have a lot in common with the author though I was never nearly as fast we even know several of the same people pretty well so maybe his views resonate with methan they might with everyone, but if you have any interest in running and especially performance running trying to race as well as you can, whatever that level may be , I d encourage you to read this one.My personal favorite tip 245 nobody likes a martyr the quickest way to get others to not take interest in your running is to always be bitching about it Yes, sometimes it s tiring, or the weather s bad, or you re slower than you were a few years ago.sorry, but almost nobody caresRunning is a gift we give ourselves because we realize it makes our lives better Try to be a good presenter of that gift I love running But I have four kids, and I don t get to go running nearly as often as I like This book is highly motivating, fun, and very easy to read I can barely get through three pages before I m lacing up my sneakers and going out with renewed vigor Now, keep in mind that I am an extreme amateur on about a thousand different levels, and this book has been very helpful for helping me to understandadvanced running terms and running techniques If when I wereadvanced, I thin I love running But I have four kids, and I don t get to go running nearly as often as I like This book is highly motivating, fun, and very easy to read I can barely get through three pages before I m lacing up my sneakers and going out with renewed vigor Now, keep in mind that I am an extreme amateur on about a thousand different levels, and this book has been very helpful for helping me to understandadvanced running terms and running techniques If when I wereadvanced, I think I would get evenout of this book It s worth owning I can tell I m going to refer to it as my running improves The Little Red Book of Running is a fantastic reference book for experienced and novice runners, alike The book is divided into five distinct sections, offering tips on everything from running faster to remaining injury free, and just about everything in between Because of the way the book is formatted 250 paragraph to page long tips , it s easy to pick up and set down without having to remember where you left off And since it is such a great reference tool, it s definitely one you ll find y The Little Red Book of Running is a fantastic reference book for experienced and novice runners, alike The book is divided into five distinct sections, offering tips on everything from running faster to remaining injury free, and just about everything in between Because of the way the book is formatted 250 paragraph to page long tips , it s easy to pick up and set down without having to remember where you left off And since it is such a great reference tool, it s definitely one you ll find yourself picking up again and again, whether it s to locate a favorite quote or just to remind yourself of all the reasons you love to run