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Chapter 1: Embrace Simplicity Chapter 2: Tap the Athlete (Kathrine Switzer) Chapter 3: Keep It in Proportion (Amby Burfoot) Chapter 4: Maintain a Journal (Joe Henderson) Chapter 5: Take Your Measure by Racing (Hal Higdon) Chapter 6: Eschew Racing (Dick Beardsley) Chapter 7: Train Specifically (Mel Williams) Chapter 8: Don't Ignore Other Body Parts (Joan Benoit-Samuelson) Chapter 9: Run With a Plan Chapter 10: Run By Feel Chapter 11: Move Up in Mileage Chapter 12: Move Down in Mileage Chapter 13: Create Adventure Runs (Dean Karnazes) Chapter 14: Run Under Control Chapter 15: Run Wild (Lorrain Moller) Chapter 16: Rest (Marshall Ulrich) Chapter 17: Run Alone Chapter 18: Run Together (Bill Rodgers) Chapter 19: Join a Club Chapter 20: Volunteer (Allan Steinfeld) Chapter 21: Spectate Chapter 22: Study Runners and Running (Roger Robinson) Chapter 23: Teach Others to Run Chapter 24: Start Over
Rich Benyo is a longtime runner who over the past 30-some years has competed in distance races from 400 meters to ultramarathons and has completed 37 marathons. Named Journalist of the Year by the Road Runners Club of America, he is the former executive editor of Runner's World Magazine and Anderson World Books, Inc., and is currently the editor of Marathon & Beyond magazine. He has written 22 books on running, health, and fitness, including Running Past 50 and Running Encyclopedia. Benyo was inducted into Running USA's Hall of Champions in 2005, and he currently resides in Forestville, California, where he enjoys sailing when he is not running or writing.