8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I have got the kindle version. The instructions and descriptions are clear and concise and easy to follow. What I liked was the examples relating to a runner or cyclist (they approach the training zones given differently) - these really clarified the point being discussed. Dipping in to a section is fine too as long as you read enough of the introduction pieces. I would say that the kindle version's figures/tables are a little on the small side for my eyes (increasing the font size made no difference) but still I'd recommend this book.
Something the authors didn't cover (unless I missed it) is what heart beat to run at in competition. For example, speed and power work is carried out… Read more