Running Past Fifty

Included here are exclusive interviews with greats such as Ed Whitlock, who, at the age of eighty-five, set an age-division world record of 3:56 in the marathon; Bill Rodgers, winner of four Boston Marathons and four New York City Marathons ...

Running Past Fifty

Author: Gail Waesche Kislevitz

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1510736301

Page: 296

View: 507

Running brings joy and health benefits to all participants, especially those of the baby boomer generation. But when legs get sore, joints feel achy, and old age creeps up, sometimes senior runners need a little extra motivation to get out of the door and on the road. In Running Past Fifty, lifelong runner Gail Waesche Kislevitz provides helpful tips and motivation from thirty-six runners aged fifty or older. Presenting time-tested recommendations, Kislevitz interviews some of the nation’s greatest senior runners. Included here are exclusive interviews with greats such as Ed Whitlock, who, at the age of eighty-five, set an age-division world record of 3:56 in the marathon; Bill Rodgers, winner of four Boston Marathons and four New York City Marathons; George Hirsch, chairman of New York Road Runners; Olympian and author Jeff Galloway; world record holder Sid Howard; and runner and women’s pioneer runner and advocate Kathrine Switzer And legendary runners aren’t the only ones running well into seniority. Kislevitz also offers motivational stories from average runners who hit the pavement frequently and refuse to let their age stop them from competing regularly. Baby boomer runners may be slower than they once were, but they show no signs of slowing down. Inspiring and insightful, Running Past Fifty is the perfect read for every one of them.

Running Past 50

Offers information on training for speed and indurance, proper hydration and fueling, mindset, and preventing injuries in people over fifty years of age

Running Past 50

Author: Richard Benyo

Publisher: Human Kinetics 1

ISBN: 9780880117050

Page: 242

View: 377

Offers information on training for speed and indurance, proper hydration and fueling, mindset, and preventing injuries in people over fifty years of age

Was Man More Aquatic in the Past Fifty Years After Alister Hardy Waterside Hypotheses of Human Evolution

ENDURANCE RUNNING AND SCAVENGING One way to include preformed LC-
PUFA in the diet is to very consistently eat fresh brains, internal organs and bone
marrow (Table 2). The endurance running model [2, 3] argues that the ability to ...

Was Man More Aquatic in the Past  Fifty Years After Alister Hardy   Waterside Hypotheses of Human Evolution

Author: Mario Vaneechoutte

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

ISBN: 1608052443

Page: 253

View: 855

The book starts from the observation that humans are very different from the other primates. Why are we naked? Why do we speak? Why do we walk upright? Fifty years ago, in 1960, marine biologist Sir Alister Hardy tried to answer this when he announced his so-called aquatic hypothesis: human ancestors did not live in dry savannahs as traditional anthropology assumes, but have adapted to live at the edge between land and water, gathering both terrestrial and aquatic foods. This eBook is an up-to-date collection of the views of the most important protagonists of this long-neglected theory of huma.

Strength Training Past 50 3rd Edition

runners who participated in a strength training program had a significantly
greater improvement in their running economy than their teammates who did not
perform resistance exercise. They required 4 percent less oxygen at submaximal

Strength Training Past 50 3rd Edition

Author: Westcott, Wayne

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 1450497918

Page: 264

View: 233

Strength Training Past 50 is the authoritative guide for active adults. The all-new third edition features 83 exercises for free weights, machines, kettlebells, stability balls, and elastic bands and 30 programs for endurance, speed, and strength.

Could You Succeed at Running a Franchise

run. a. franchise. When you think of owning and operating a franchise, what is it
that appeals to you? The industry? Being in charge ... Caliper has been in the
business of relating personality traits to job success for the past 50 years.
Everything ...

Could You Succeed at Running a Franchise

Author: Herb Greenberg

Publisher: RosettaBooks

ISBN: 0795334141

Page: 30

View: 185

Have you ever thought about owning your own franchise and being your own boss? Maybe it sounds like fun, but are you ready to take the plunge? Find out in this fun yet informative ebook that explores the ups and downs of franchise ownership. It also includes a short personality quiz to see if you have what it takes.

Cycling Past 50

Triathletes and duathletes are also increasing the intensity of running workouts in
Build 1. Heart rate training zones for running are about 5 to 10 beats perminute
higher than cycling zones. In lieu of completing a test on a treadmill, similar to ...

Cycling Past 50

Author: Joe Friel

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780880117371

Page: 254

View: 364

Provides a training schedule, exercises, nutritional guidelines, equipment suggestions, and tips on technique for safe and healthy cycling for the middle-aged

Running the Table

Pool's great problem, though, is that, at least for the past fifty years, it hasn't been
a viable professional sport. In part this is because it translates poorly to television
— the slow pace is anathema to younger viewers in particular; the subtlety and ...

Running the Table

Author: L. Jon Wertheim

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0547347901

Page: 274

View: 232

For fans of Bringing Down the House and Positively Fifth—a Sports Illustrated writer shares the story of a heavyset, bipolar, and charming pool hustler. In most sports the pinnacle is Wheaties-box notoriety. But in the world of pool, notoriety is the last thing a hustler desires. Such is the dilemma that faces one Danny Basavich, an affable, generously proportioned Jewish kid from Jersey, who flounders through high school until he discovers the one thing he excels at—the felt—and hits the road. Running the Table spins the outrageous tale of Kid Delicious and his studly—if less talented—set-up man, Bristol Bob. Never was there a more entertaining or mismatched pair of sidekicks, as together they go underground into the flavorfully seamy world of pool to learn the art of the hustle and experience the highs and lows of life on the road. Their four-year odyssey takes them from Podunk pool halls to slick urban billiard rooms across America, as they manage one night to take down as much as $30,000, only to lose so much the next night that they lack gas money to get home. With every stop, the action gets hotter, the calls get closer, and Delicious’s prowess with a cue stick becomes known more and more widely. Ultimately, Delicious sheds his cover once and for all and becomes professional pool’s biggest sensation since Minnesota Fats. “A tremendously satisfying road story. What makes Running the Table so special is not the pool prowess of its protagonist but the unlikely bond between two wildly different young men who find each other through an exhilarating, often infuriating game.”—Los Angeles Times

Running Free

The 2013 State of Nature report, compiled by twenty-five conservation groups
under the umbrella of the RSPB, found that of 3,148 British species surveyed, 60
percent had declined over the past fifty years and 31 per cent had declined signif
– ...

Running Free

Author: Richard Askwith

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 144813790X

Page: 304

View: 838

Shortlisted for the 2015 Thwaites Wainwright prize for nature writing Richard Askwith wanted more. Not convinced running had to be all about pounding pavements, buying fancy kit and racking up extreme challenges, he looked for ways to liberate himself. His solution: running through muddy fields and up rocky fells, running with his dog at dawn, running because he's being (voluntarily) chased by a pack of bloodhounds, running to get hopelessly, enjoyably lost, running fast for the sheer thrill of it. Running as nature intended. Part diary of a year running through the Northamptonshire countryside, part exploration of why we love to run without limits, Running Free is an eloquent and inspiring account of running in a forgotten, rural way, observing wildlife and celebrating the joys of nature. An opponent of the commercialisation of running, Askwith offers a welcome alternative, with practical tips (learned the hard way) on how to both start and keep running naturally – from thawing frozen toes to avoiding a stampede when crossing a field of cows. Running Free is about getting back to the basics of why we love to run.

Running Out of Control

However, because it is impossible to separate the specific effects of globalization
from other processes and events occurring during the latter part of the twentieth
century, I have described all significant changes in control over the past fifty ...

Running Out of Control

Author: R. Alan Hedley

Publisher: Kumarian Press

ISBN: 1565491513

Page: 235

View: 615

* Shows how our attempt to gain control through technology and interconnected systems actually leaves us more open to threat * Uses a concrete systems-theory approach to explain globalization’s impact on contemporary society * Presents approaches and strategies to correct the threats of a globalized world Is globalization reducing our ability to guide our futures? Hedley contends that although humankind has historically gained increasing power over its fate, the trajectory of control is now on a downward course. While our globalized systems provide greater scale, access, speed, and efficiency than ever before, we are paradoxically becoming more vulnerable to unseen risks thanks to the massive information and communication infrastructure. This book tells us how to take back control.

Run Strong Stay Hungry

Baltes, P., and M. Baltes. Successful Aging: Perspectives from the Behavioral
Sciences. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Benoit, J., with S.
Baker. Running Tide. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1987. Benyo, R. Running Past

Run Strong  Stay Hungry

Author: Jonathan Beverly

Publisher: VeloPress

ISBN: 1937716880

Page: 240

View: 555

In Run Strong, Stay Hungry, Jonathan Beverly reveals the secrets of veteran racers who are still racing fast and loving the sport decades after they got their start. Beverly taps 50 lifetime runners—from America’s elite to consistent local competitors—to reveal the 9 keys to run strong and stay fast. Run Strong, Stay Hungry features priceless guidance from Bill Rodgers, Deena Kastor, Pete Magill, Joan Benoit Samuelson, Roger Robinson, Colleen De Reuck, Dave Dunham, Kathrine Switzer, and dozens more. Drawing from lessons learned over their 4 million lifetime running miles, Beverly finds that these lifetime competitors offer dozens of specific, creative strategies and solutions you can try right now. You’ll find inspiration and guidance to power up your running with the best ways to train, race, recover, avoid injuries, and stay motivated. You’ll tap into the powerful habits and mind-sets formed over 1,000 marathons, hundreds of major race wins, 40 Olympic Games, and dozens of American and world records. Run Strong, Stay Hungry explores 9 ways any runner can enjoy a lifelong, healthy running career as well as boost enjoyment of running and improve race performance. These keys will not only keep you on your feet, but they will also open up new opportunities and challenges that will keep you engaged with the sport, whether you’re winning races or finishing in the middle of the pack, cranking out 100-mile weeks or squeezing miles into your busy schedule. Beverly busts myths that have held masters runners back and gives direction to help both beginning runners and those who have run for decades. Get a 20-year head start on obstacle-proofing your racing—or reboot your running career—with this insightful new guide for anyone who loves to run.

Run Past The Hunter

Along with my accidental kill there were one hundred and fifty-seven bison killed
this night. But there was no sign of the shadow I saw. Something in the back of
my mind tells me we should be hunting that, instead of bison. Flora Temple is

Run Past The Hunter


Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434974014


View: 316

Running Shorts

A Collection of Stories and Advice for Anyone Who Has Ever Laced Up a Pair of
Running Shoes Joe Muldowney ... The ex-athlete who lost his fitness and gained
fifty pounds now sees you, svelte and in shape, running past him. You are a ...

Running Shorts

Author: Joe Muldowney


ISBN: 1257909428

Page: 152

View: 479

Running Shorts is a compilation of stories, advice, and anecdotes as seen through the eyes of a veteran runner. Along the way you'll meet some of the people who have influenced the writer's life, as well as some of the experiences they have shared together on the roads. Whether you are an experienced runner or a beginner, you can relate to the stories in this book and the humorous way many of them are presented. The author has run over 400 road races including 49 marathons, with a personal best marathon time of 2:22:54.

The David Suzuki Reader

Government records of salmon runs over the past fifty years show that large rings
occur in years of big salmon runs. When salmon die and sink to the bottom of the
river, they are soon coated with a thick, furry layer of fungi and bacteria ...

The David Suzuki Reader

Author: David Suzuki

Publisher: Greystone Books

ISBN: 1771640286

Page: 432

View: 782

In this revised and expanded edition of his collected writings, David Suzuki continues to explore the themes that have informed his work for more than four decades — the interconnectedness of all things, our misguided elevation of economics above all else, the urgent need to deal with climate change — but with an increased emphasis on solutions to the myriad problems we face, his inspiring vision for the future, and the legacy he hopes to leave behind. There is also more emphasis on the personal, as he recounts episodes from his childhood and early adulthood and speaks eloquently about old age, death, and the abiding role of nature and family in his life. Written with clarity, passion, and wisdom, this book is essential for anyone who is an admirer of David Suzuki, who wants to understand what science can and can’t do, or who wants to make a difference.

Life Is A Marathon

Running Past 50. Champaign, Illinois: Human Kinetics, 1998. Bingham, John “the
Penguin,” and Jenny Hadfield. Marathoning for Mortals. Emmaus, Pennsylvania:
Rodale. Burfoot, Amby. Runner's World Complete Book of Running. Emmaus ...

Life Is A Marathon

Author: D. Chongo Mundende

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1465307397

Page: 188

View: 198

Life Is a Marathon Running promotes healthy living. Running marathons is a worldwide phenomenon. More and more people are training for and completing the ultimate running distance, 26.2 miles or 42 kilometers in a day, while they are still standing, alive, coherent, and in need of no medical attention. Running marathons requires careful preparation, planning, and execution. The runner needs a lot of patience and internal mental fortitude to do well. Many principles of running apply to those of living a committed Christian life. In living a Christian life, you need the assurance that Jesus loves you. Christ living in you transforms your life. Living a Christian life requires patience, endurance, and discipline. Both Christians and runners experience highs and lows, as well as expected and unexpected turns of events. Sometimes the road is lonely and wearying, but it ultimately ends in inexpressible joy to those who find themselves at the finish line to receive their reward. However, while running may yield temporal and perishable rewards, living a Christian life brings eternal and everlasting rewards. Life Is a Marathon contains information that may transform your life.

Tennis Past 50

Some suggest that the heart rate during interval training should be 150 beats per
minute for people 50 to 59 years old and ... If you have been doing a lot of intense
aerobic exercise , such as running , for a long period of time , then you may ...

Tennis Past 50

Author: Tony Trabert

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9780736034388

Page: 154

View: 753

Tennis is indeed a true lifetime sport--just ask any tennis player over 50! However, as you get older you may need to adjust your stroke technique and strategy to stay on top of your game. Tennis Past 50 is the only book to address mature players' specific needs with proven strategies that adjust stroke technique, positioning, injuries, and equipment. Tennis Past 50 shows you how to -modify your stroke to gain more power without sacrificing control; -play smarter with adjustments to position on the court and style of play; -improve your doubles and mixed doubles game; -choose the right equipment for your style of play, ability, and fitness level; -eat right for better performance on the court; and -avoid injury and improve your conditioning for better performance.Tennis Past 50 shares the winning insights and tips that the authors have learned from decades of coaching and playing. Tony Trabert was ranked No. 1 in the world in the 1950s and is a popular TV commentator, and Ron Witchey is a well-known biomechanist with a specialization in aging and tennis. Trabert and Witchey teach how to play smarter, so you can be successful without trying to run down every ball, learn how to use spin and adapt traditional shots to your advantage, and handle different playing styles of your opponents. Tennis Past 50 will provide winning instruction that will have you playing better than ever. This book will improve the game of any mature player--male or female, competitive or recreational.

Fifty Years Among the New Words

Like the growth rings of a tree, our vocabulary bears witness to our past. When
we talk ... Still appearing in practically every issue of American Speech, "Among
the New Words" is the longest- running documentary record of new English

Fifty Years Among the New Words

Author: John Algeo

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521449717

Page: 257

View: 136

This book looks at the new words of the past five decades.

Dog Days of Summer

He had only covered about fifty yards. The run past Caleb Fulton's place had
winded him and he hadn't had enough time to recover before he had to sprint
again. He hoped that he had let the pursuing creature behind him. Randy stood
very ...

Dog Days of Summer

Author: Rick Milone

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1491744006

Page: 328

View: 293

It is the mid-1960s and Randy Harrison is a gangly fifteen-year-old who seeks thrills amid the pages of a steamy novel and while hanging out with his friends. Unfortunately, his thrill-seeking behavior comes with consequences. After he is sent to his Aunt Carrie's farm for two weeks as part of his punishment for a recent indiscretion, Randy prepares to embrace the seemingly idyllic country life. But as he stands at a crossroads between boyhood and manhood, Randy must first confront the challenges that await him before he can continue any further on his path to maturity. As Randy is forced to stand up to bullies, overcome sadness, wrestle with his feelings for the girl of his dreams, and deal with her rival and a man he believes is the guardian of the area, he soon discovers the value of life in a way he never imagined. Dog Days of Summer is the tale of a teenager's summer of angst as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and realizes the power of his survival instincts.

Life at These Speeds

I must have run past them or walked by fifty times and I didn't notice them. They
were mine, and I didn't notice them and I didn't know they were here.” “So what?
They're very faint.” “It justdoesn't bode well,” Isaid. “You're having an anomalous ...

Life at These Speeds

Author: Jeremy Jackson

Publisher: Macmillan

ISBN: 1466835370

Page: 352

View: 221

"Refreshing...Reminds us that whether we run, play football, sing or write, we need to find the joy in what we do."—Chicago Sun-Times In eighth grade Kevin Schuler is a popular kid with a decent, if not stellar, record on the track. Yet after fate takes him off a bus that crashes and kills his fellow students, including his girlfriend, Kevin inexplicably becomes a track phenomenon. Separated from his memory and distanced from his own life, he effortlessly smashes records and gains national attention, until he finds that he can no more remain apart from himself than he can from the ground beneath his feet.

David Suzuki

Government records of salmon runs over the past fifty years show that large rings
occur in years of big salmon runs. When salmon die and sink to the bottom of the
river, they are soon coated with a thick, furry layer of fungi and bacteria ...

David Suzuki

Author: David Suzuki

Publisher: Greystone Books Ltd

ISBN: 192668513X

Page: 416

View: 805

David Suzuki’s autobiography limns a life dedicated to making the world a better place. The book expands on the early years covered in Metamorphosis and continues to the present, when, at age 70, Suzuki reflects on his entire life — and his hopes for the future. The book begins with his life-changing experience of racism interned in a World War II concentration camp, and goes on to discuss his teenage years, his college and postgraduate experiences in the U.S., and his career as a geneticist and then as the host of The Nature of Things. With characteristic candor and passion, he describes how he became a leading environmentalist, writer, and thinker; the establishment of the David Suzuki Foundation; his world travels and meetings with luminaries like Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama; and the abiding role of nature and family in his life. David Suzuki is an intimate and inspiring look at a modern-day visionary.

White Boy Running

It has risen over fifty dollars in the past month, obliviousto bombs, strikes and
political uncertainty. Then,too, trade figures are upand the value of the currency,
forsome time now badly depressed, has recovered somewhat.This has led toa
mood ...

White Boy Running

Author: Christopher Hope

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1447216989

Page: 288

View: 279

In 1987, after a twelve year absence, Chistopher Hope returned to South Africa to report on the run up to that year's whites-only election. The nature of the election campaign and the bitter defeat of the liberals lead him to write this satirical, evocative portrait of what it looked and felt like growing up in a country gripped by an absurd, racist insanity. Full of exquisite and despairing descriptions of the landscape the White Boy is running through, this mordantly witty account of escape, displacement and disolusionment is a mordern classic of journalistic memoir. 'beautifully written' - The Times 'mocking, angry and beautiful' - Washington Post 'exactly the right note of cold, poetic irony' - Financial Times 'exquisite and despairing' - Newsday 'An exceptional book' - Los Angeles Times