Run Like A Champion

Run Like A Champion

An Olympian's Approach for Every Runner

Book - 2015
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Baker & Taylor
"In Run Like a Champion, one of America's most versatile and accomplished runners, Alan Culpepper, reveals the best practices of the best runners. Over his 25-year career, Culpepper won national titles from 5K to marathon, a span of race distances so wide that just a few runners can claim the same impressive versatility. Culpepper sets out his approach--and the lessons he learned from his competitors--so that all runners can fully realize their potential. Culpepper has a unique understanding of what it takes to compete at the highest level. His running career has put him on the start line alongside the world's best runners, and he has found that despite their many differences, talents, and approaches to training, among them they share a common understanding: the best athletes know that the secret to success in running lies in understanding a bigger picture of training. Not everyone has the physiology to run at the highest level, but everyone can benefit from implementing an Olympic approach to running. Run Like a Champion shares a holistic approach to running, looking at not only the essential training elements, but also other key pieces of the puzzle: identifying motivation, finding a proper work/life/family balance, and understanding complementary aspects of training such a stretching, how much to drink, your diet, and how to avoid and treat injuries. Run Like a Champion reveals all the guidelines, tips and tracks, workouts, mental training, and nutritional practices that Olympic runners use. By makingthis Olympic approach part of their running, runners of all levels will make their goals achievable from 5K to marathon"--

Ingram Publishing Services

In Run Like a Champion, one of America’s most versatile and accomplished runners, Alan Culpepper, reveals the best practices of the best runners.

Over his 25-year racing career, Culpepper won national titles from 5K to marathon, a span of race distances so wide that just a few runners can claim the same impressive versatility. Culpepper sets out his approach—and the lessons he learned from his competitors—so that all runners can fully realize their potential.

As a two-time Olympic competitor, Culpepper has a unique understanding of what it takes to compete at the highest level. His running career has put him on the start line alongside the world’s best runners, and he has found that despite their many differences, talents, and approaches to training, among them they share a common understanding: the best athletes know that the secret to success in running lies in understanding a bigger picture of training.

Not everyone has the physiology to run at the highest level, but everyone can benefit from implementing an Olympic approach to training.Run Like a Champion shares a big-picture view of running, looking at not only the essential training elements but also other key pieces of the puzzle: identifying motivation; finding a proper work/life/family balance; and understanding complementary aspects of training such as stretching, how much to drink, diet, and how to avoid and treat injuries.

Run Like a Champion reveals all the guidelines, tips and tricks, workouts, mental training, and nutritional practices that Olympic runners use. By making this Olympic approach part of their running, runners of all levels will make their goals achievable from 5K to marathon.


During his 25-year running career, two-time Olympian Alan Culpepper became one of America’s most consistent and versatile elite runners. In Run Like a Champion, coach Culpepper shares the holistic approach that elite runners use to find their high levels of performance.

Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Velo Press, c2015
ISBN: 9781937715076
1937715078
Branch Call Number: 796.42 C8991r 2015
Characteristics: xii, 242 p. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Metzler, Brian

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