Unbreakable Runner



Unbreakable Runner The sport of running is founded upon unchallenged beliefs about how to train Unbreakable Runner tears down these traditions to reveal the new rules for fast, powerful running The creator of CrossFit Endurance, Brian MacKenzie, dispels the tenets of run training like high mileage and high carb diets to show how high intensity training can make runners strong for races from 5K to ultra marathon. Read Unbreakable Runner author T.J. Murphy – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Unbreakable Runner
  • T.J. Murphy
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
  • 1937715140

10 thoughts on “Unbreakable Runner

  1. Greg Hickey says:

    The byline of Unbreakable Runner T.J Murphy and Brian MacKenzie deceived me from the start The book reads as though written entirely by Murphy, punctuated by references to what MacKenzie says and does for himself and the athletes he coaches Given his experience as editor of Triathlon and Competitor magazines and author of Inside the Box, Murphy s writing abilities are up to the task, but an introductory text to Crossfit Endurance would seemcredible coming firsthand from its founder Ma The byline of Unbreakable Runner T.J Murphy and Brian MacKenzie deceived me from the start The book reads as though written entirely by Murphy, punctuated by references to what MacKenzie says and...

  2. Dustin Davis says:

    It s somewhat motivational, but if you re already a somewhat experienced runner, if you already do speed work, and particularly if you re already an experienced lifter or Crossfitter, don t waste your money I personally don t think I learned anything from this book There s certainly nothing in here that you couldn t learn for free on the internet Additionally, while the claim is that this allows you to train for a mara...

  3. Jer says:

    Decent insight for anyone who runs and is not familiar with CrossFit The skills and drills integration was novel to me at the levels MacKenzie prescribes his short hand notation for workouts is still pretty frustrating and not nearly as intuitive as other CF jargon I d give it a higher rating if that wereof a focus, but it seems almost purposefully obtuse no master index, helpful reference sheet, just an almost throw away This will get easier as you get used to it Other ...

  4. William Chinda says:

    Disappointing So much of the book is spent in sales pitch mode, trying to scare the reader away from the horrors of long slow distance training The authors should realize that, in purchasing the book, you ve already bought into the idea of strength and conditioning on some level and don t really need to be convinced 80 pages could ve easily been stripped from the front of this book More effort should have been spent providing training guidance and offering additional instruction What little Disappointing So much of the book is spent in sales pitch mode, trying to scare the reader away from the horrors of long slow distance training The authors should realize that, in purchasing the book, you ve already bought into the idea of strength and conditioning on some level and don t really need to be convinced 80 pages could v...

  5. Andreas says:

    A disappointing book The part I liked most was about running form and goes hand in hand with the superior Runner s World Your Best Stride Improved mobility and strength will support aefficient running style, which will result in faster times It s a bit strange to think that you can drastically cut your weekly mileage and become a fast runner without running too much The author gives Sebastian Coe as a prime example but forgets that Sebastian didn t count slow jogging when reporting h A disappointing book The part I liked most was about running form and goes hand in hand with the superior Runner s World Your Best Stride Improved mobility and strength will support aefficient running style, which will result in faster times It s a bit strange to think that you can drastically cut your weekly mileage and become a fast runner without running too much The author gives Sebastian Coe as a p...

  6. Antonio says:

    A seemingly controversial approach to running but under further inspection, the themes of addressing muscle imbalances to prevent injuries, improving cadence and running form with running drills, strengthening hips, quads, hamstrings and the most overlooked muscles in the feet all seem like no brainers when it comes to improving running or to run injury free I must admit I was a skeptic but after reading it and taking several of the warm up exercises and implementing some of the strength and co A seemingly controversial approach to running but under further inspection, the themes of addressing muscle imbalances to prevent injuries, improving cadence and running form with running drills, strengthening hips, quads, hamstrings and the most overlooked muscles in the feet all seem like no brainers when it comes to improving running or to run injury free I must admit I was a skeptic but after reading it and taking several of the warm up exercises and implementing some of the strength and con...

  7. Nick says:

    Thoughtful approachThis is a great synopsis of the CrossFit Endurance approach to training It also includes drills and training plans for those wanting to complete 5k to ultra marathons using CrossFit Endurance Parts of it seemed to beabout battling critics versus...

  8. Patrick says:

    An infomercial grounded in pseudoscience basically hell.

  9. Preston says:

    A good short readThis isof a manual than a book, however I enjoyed it all the same I ll likely try one of the training routines in the future to prepare for my next race.

  10. Douglas Lord says:

    This may prove a real eye opener for weekend warriors and hardcore endurance athletes alike as it makes many valid, common sense points about optimizing our bodies and reducing our proclivity for injuries Regular Crossfit is a fun, if polarizing, activity due to injuries people get when they are doing it wrong or are simply not ready for its rigors Crossfit Endurance CFE is a halfbreed that straddles traditional endurance training and Crossfit CFE is one of many endurance training methods This may prove a real eye opener for weekend warriors and hardcore endurance athletes alike as it makes many valid, common sense points about optimizing our bodies and reducing our proclivity for injuries Regular Crossfit is a fun, if polarizing, activity due to injuries people get when they are doing it wrong or are simply not ready for its rigors Crossfit Endurance CFE is a halfbreed that straddles traditional endurance training and Crossfit CFE is one of many endurance training methods, one that is gaining traction due to the results that adherents achieve and for its tendency to leave them feeling strong after completing events Unbreakable Runner gives CFE s background and rationale, nutrition tips, ...

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