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Heart Monitor Training for the Compleat Idiot (edition 2009)

by John L. Parker Jr.

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Title:Heart Monitor Training for the Compleat Idiot
Authors:John L. Parker Jr.
Info:Breakaway Books (2009), Edition: 3, Paperback, 272 pages
Collections:Read before joining LibraryThing, Recommended Books
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Heart Monitor Training for the Compleat Idiot by Jr. John L. Parker

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0915297256, Paperback)

You have nothing to lose but your old PR's!

Attention Runners, Triathletes, Cyclists & Fitness buffs!

Do you suspect that your best race or sleekest body is in there somewhere, waiting for the right schedule, coach, or series of workouts to bring it out? The author agrees. He thinks most athletes and fitness buffs train incorrectly.

This book is the only one on the market that comes with a guarantee: Use the system for a month and if you're not running or training better than you ever thought possible, return it for a refund and an apology! The book even includes a chapter of case histories of runners who began using the program and within weeks started seeing amazing improvements. And not by running harder, but by using the heart monitor to ensure that their recovery days were run easy enough!

The author offers athlete/readers the following enticements:

* Race and train better than you ever thought possible
* Get fewer injuries and avoid overtraining
* Train efficiently without feeling tired all the time
* Learn to USE a monitor, not just wear one
* Get out the door in 10 minutes, WITH A PLAN!
* Adapt the monitor to YOUR training, not the other way around

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