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Long Slow Distance: The Humane Way to Train, Joe Henderson

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Are interval workouts the bane to your running existence? Do you always choose the marathon training program with the least amount of speed work? If you do, then you need a little LSD, “Long slow distance;: The humane way to train.” Originally written in 1969, this concept by Joe Henderson has come and gone and come back again amongst the distance running community.

In this book you’ll get the personal accounts of the great Amby Burfoot, Bob Deines, Tom Osler, Ed Winrow, Jeff Kroot, and Joe Henderson and how LSD changed their running.

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