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10 of 10 people found this helpful
on 1 November 2010
As a sports physician I am naturally sceptical about books like this but so far have found it a good read and a great training guide. After a few years of poor training methods and repetitively breaking myself ( do what I say not what I do! ) I realised I had to do something different. Phil Maffetone's method is backed with quality anecdotes and good science and makes sense. Time will tell what difference it'll make but compared to most guides that preach rigid training schedules that you feel guilty if you fail to keep to this offers a different way. Worth a try if like me you're fed up with the training, breaking, training, racing, breaking cycle I seem to be in. At £10 it's a steal.