A book review of Duncan Larkin’s Run Simple: A Minimalist Approach to Fitness and Well Being.
A look a Tim Noakes’ book Waterlogged, which challenges accepted theories on endurance sport hydration and electrolyte replacement.
A literary (in its own right) review for Duncan Larkin’s novel, Oxygen Debt.
An overview and discussion of various ways to record your training that includes a review of The Runner’s Diary.
As someone who loves running books, I was excited to read Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen. The book, written by Christopher McDougall explores the running culture of the Tarahumara, an Indian tribe in Mexico, known for their amazing endurance and running abilities. The book […]
A few weeks ago, I was on the metro dressed in the usual running skirt and pearls, when a guy in his early 30’s turned to me and said, “I really like the title of the book you are reading. I wish I had that problem.” I was reading Diary of an Exercise Addict, the […]
iRunFar Readers, you may remember Elyse Braner from her review of Lululemon’s Sergeant Jacket. Well, after that review, we had discussions with Elyse about her being iRunFar’s first intern. Intern my eye! What follows is first piece from iRunFar’s newest contributor! Look for more pieces from iRunFar’s first female voice in future Elyse’s Closet posts. […]