Category Archives: book reviews

Preparing for a 50K Ultra with Smart Marathon Training

Take a look at how this blogger from the Midwest will use Smart Marathon Training to prepare for his first 50K ultramarathon. Click the image below to read on. Smart Marathon Training will get you to the start line feeling … Continue reading

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Running Less to Run Better – a GlobalNews Interview

“Global News: A lot of coaches will advise people who want to take up running that if you want to get better at running, run more. What’s your problem with that approach? Jeff Horowitz:Well, that’s certainly true up to a … Continue reading

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How Smart Marathon Training Is Different from Run Less, Run Faster

My publisher has seen a few reader comments about how Smart Marathon Training seems similar to a book called Run Less, Run Faster. Both books limit running to three runs a week, but the differences go quite a bit deeper … Continue reading

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OregonLive reviews Smart Marathon Training

Use my book Smart Marathon Training to prepare for your race this spring or fall.

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BOOK REVIEW: ROME 1960 – The Olympics That Stirred The World

ROME 1960: The Olympics That Stirred The World,  by David Maraniss (Simon & Schuster, 2008, 478 pages)      This book does what only the best sports books can manage – it demonstrates that sport can be about more than competition; it … Continue reading

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