The Haywire Heart is the first book to examine heart arrhythmia in athletes.
Thomas Dekker's award-winning, international best-seller is a cautionary tale for everyone who loves professional cycling.
Jonathan Beverly taps 50 lifetime runners—from America’s elite to consistent local competitors—to reveal the 9 keys to run strong and stay fast.
Topics: age and sports performance, airplane reads, book club pick, Boston Marathon, brain training, Fall 2017, fatigue, gifts, goal setting, half-marathon, injury, marathon, marathon training, masters athletes, mental training, motivation, older athletes, overtraining, recovery, running training, senior athletes, sport psychology, training by feel
This extraordinary story is about running and triathlon, growth and heartbreak, and an epic friendship that went the distance.
Surfacing is the inspiring story of Siri Lindley, one of the world’s best triathlon coaches and a two-time world champion.
In Spitting in the Soup, sports journalist Mark Johnson explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports.
In How Bad Do You Want It?, coach Matt Fitzgerald explores some of the greatest moments in endurance sports to reveal new principles of sports psychology.
Alan Culpepper is one of America’s most consistent and versatile pro runners. Run Like a Champion explores how elite runners find their highest performance.
Topics: 2016 Summer Olympian Sale, airplane reads, book club pick, brain training, dynamic stretches, goal setting, hydration, injury, mental training, motivation, Olympics, pretty much everything, running technique/form drills, running training, running workouts, sport psychology, sports nutrition, strength and flexibility, stretching, track workouts
Rusch to Glory shows how one woman went from ordinatory to extraordinary—and how anyone can discover their own greatness.
Topics: adventure racing, airplane reads, biography, book club pick, female friendly, gifts, Kokopelli Trail, Leadville, memoir, mountain biking, MTB, professional cycling, professional cyclist, Rusch to Glory, trails
In Etape, award-winning sportswriter Richard Moore weaves together the greatest stages of the modern Tour de France.
Topics: airplane reads, Andy Schleck, Bernard Hinault, book club pick, British cyclists, Chris Boardman, cobbles, Eddy Merckx, gifts, history of the Tour de France, Lance Armstrong, Marco Pantani, Mark Cavendish, Tour de France
Land of Second Chances is the incredible true story of struggle, hope, and the life-giving promise of redemption through the unifying power of sport.
Topics: 2016 Summer Olympian Sale, Adrien Niyonshuti, African cycling, airplane reads, book club pick, cycling history, gifts, hardcover, Jonathan Boyer, MTB, Olympics, professional cycling, Rwanda, sold out, Team Rwanda, Tom Ritchey, Winter Reads
In Run or Die, Kilian Jornet shares his passion for mountain running, offering a fascinating world rich with the beauty of rugged trails and mountain vistas.
In Inside the Box, veteran journalist and endurance athlete T.J. Murphy exposes CrossFit, the fast-growing "sport of fitness."
Topics: airplane reads, beginners, bodyweight exercises, book club pick, core strength, CrossFit, crosstraining, extreme sports, high-intensity interval workouts, strength and flexibility, strength training, weight training
Team 7-Eleven is the extraordinary story of how two Olympic speed skaters, Jim Ochowicz and Eric Heiden, assembled one of the greatest cycling teams ever.
Topics: airplane reads, Andy Hampsten, Bob Roll, book club pick, Coors Classic, cycling history, Eddy Merckx, Eric Heiden, gifts, Giro d'Italia, hardcover, history of the Tour de France, professional cycling, sold out, Team 7-Eleven, Tour de France
Slaying the Badger is an incomparably detailed and highly revealing tale of cycling's most extraordinary rivalry: Greg LeMond vs. Bernard Hinault at the 1986 Tour de France.
Topics: 1986 Tour de France, airplane reads, Andy Hampsten, Bernard Hinault, book club pick, cycling history, gifts, Greg LeMond, history of the Tour de France, Laurent Fignon, Team 7-Eleven, Tour de France, Winter Reads
RUN will teach runners how to listen to their bodies so they can train in the most personalized and adaptable way and begin to realize their full potential.
17 Hours to Glory is one of only a few books to commemorate the iconic heroes of the Ironman World Championships.
Topics: airplane reads, Andreas Niedrig, book club pick, Chrissie Wellington, David Bailey and Carlos Moleda, female friendly, Greg Welch, Ironman, Ironman World Championship, Julie Moss, Karen Smyers, Kona, Marc Herremans, Mark Allen, Natascha Badmann, Normann Stadler, Paula Newby-Fraser, Peter Reid, Robert McKeague, Sarah Reinertsen, Sister Madonna Buder, sold out, Team Hoyt, Thomas Hellriegel, triathlon history, triathlon photography
Cycling historian Jean-Paul Vespini tells the story of this celebrated climb and the mountain that so often acts as the ultimate arbiter for cycling's biggest prize.
Blazing Saddles is a riotous tale of the inspiring and sometimes astonishing history of cycling's most famous race and its whimsical mishaps and astounding feats.
Graeme Obree candidly tells of the hard-fought road to cycling stardom and the even harder road to recovery from manic-depression.
If you've ever wondered what life in the U.S. Postal team whirlwind is really like, Inside the Postal Bus is your ticket to ride.
Marco Pantani: The Legend of a Tragic Champion chronicles the highs and lows of Pantani’s life and cycling career.