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New Releases. Description The Lazy Runner follows Laura Fountain from starting out as a novice runner - unfit, clueless about running, and incredibly lazy - to finishing her first marathon, and beyond. At first unable to run metres without stopping, Laura has now completed five marathons, the most recent in under four hours.
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Along the way, Laura learns countless lessons about running, most of them the hard way. But most importantly this self-confessed couch potato learns to love running. I am now going to accept a charity place for a half marathon that I had been putting off for fear of caving!
Yes, running is just as much mental strength as it physical! Thanks to the author for sharing your story :.
I found this book to be really helpful in describing the various stages you go through in the journey from reluctant jogger to proud marathoner not that I have made that last stage…yet.