Running by Feeling, A Year on the Racing Comeback Trail
The book is aimed at the baby boomer generation, especially those who may be striving to regain fitness as they enter middle age.
Running by Feeling is a memoir and a training system. It's the story of Brian Clarke's racing comeback at age fifty, after an eight year hiatus. It is also a new and radical description of the fundamental structures of adaptive training. The book is aimed at the baby boomer generation, especially those who may be striving to regain fitness as they enter middle age. Yet any recreational runner, jogger, or fitness walker can learn from Clarke's struggle to improve himself physically and balance himself psychologicaly in the game of competitive running. The book has thirty-four illustrations and twenty-two chapter synopses to assist the reader with understanding a revolutionary training concept.