Running in the Zone Table of Contents

09.07.2010

This blog is based on the book, Running in the Zone: A Handbook for Seasoned Athletes and we regularly mention contributors to the book.  However, if you don’t already have a copy, well, you might not know a) WHO all these contributors are and b) WHAT they actually contributed!  So, here is a look at the actual Table of Contents and what our original group of contributors thought they should share.

RUNNING IN THE ZONE:

A HANDBOOK FOR SEASONED ATHLETES 

 

ZONES AND CONTENT

FOREWORD – Rob Reid

INTRODUCTION – Dan Cumming and Steve King

Running in the Zone a poem by Steve King

 

THE PREPARATION ZONE

The Seasoned Runner as Hero                            Roger Robinson

 

THE INSPIRATION ZONE

Inspiration and Determination – A First Hand Account

of the Terry Fox Story                                             Doug Alward

Will Power Can Make Things Happen                    Wally Hild

The Ancient Marathoner (Jack Foster)                    Joe Henderson

Trying Harder (Emil Zatopek)                                 Richard Benyo

Running: Reflections and Revelations                    Laurelee Welder

To Run or Jog                                                         Neville Flanagan

 

THE PERSPIRATION ZONE

Persistence or Non-Existence                                  Moe Beaulieu           

A Friend for Life                                                     Jane Ballantyne

Goal Setting and Adjusting Expectations                Bob Dolphin

 

THE CONTRIBUTION ZONE

Putting Your Heart and Soul Into Running for the

Most Mileage Possible                                            Rob Reid

Time and Knowledge: The Experienced

Athlete’s Gift to the Community                           Evan Fagan

 

THE PARTICIPATION ZONE

Meditation for Runners                                           Dan Cumming

Running for FUN in Retirement

(Fitness/Understanding/Nutrition)                         Maurice Tarrant

Age Group Athletes and the Search

for Fitness, Enjoyment and Better Health               Lorne Smith

 

THE COMPETITION ZONE

Competing at the Top                                             Paula Fudge

A Question of Retiring at 65                                   Herb Phillips

The Competitive 50+ Runner:

Setting Goals, Training and Racing                        Jack Miller

How to be a Faster Master                                     Bart Yasso

Aging Slower Than Your Competition                     Earl Fee

 

THE MOTIVATION ZONE

Attitude and Energy                                               Steve King

Motivation: You’re in Charge                                  Lynn Kanuka

Back on the Wagon                                                Don Kardong

Being the Best Runner You Can Be

at Your Present Age                                                Diane Palmason

They Call Me Marathon Mae                                   Mae Palm

The Race                                                                Bernd Heinrich 

 

THE RESOURCE ZONE

Age Class Tables

Web Sites

Books

 So, there you have it.  Every contributor had something valuable to say whether they were Olympians like Kanuka and Kardong or world record holders like Fudge and Heinrich, or professional writers like Henderson, Yasso, Robinson and Benyo OR simply avid runners (of course that would be all of us).  Now, when these folk are referenced in other posts, readers can at least see what the original input was to Running in the Zone.

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