Plus, if you see more snow in your upcoming forecast, that will be a good time to curl up with one of these books.
Run by Dean Karnazes
I have read this several times and each time I read it I think about signing up for an Ultra. The book is so Inspirational. I love reading all his crazy stories and how he began running. Running 30 miles to celebrate his 30th birthday and ordering a pizza during a run are just a few.
My Life on the run by Bart Yasso
Bart has run on every continent. He brings humor while talking about all his races and experiences he's encounter, one being chased by a rhino. It wasn't until after reading his book I fully understood what the Yasso 800 is and how he came up with it. In the back of the book he also breaks down different training plans for newbies, seasoned, and hard core runners.
Alexandra is a British author who documents how she went from non-runner to training for the London Marathon. She tells her comedic anecdotes in a Bridget Jones like fashion. She goes through things we all go through as runners and wonders about things that most people would never say out loud. She answers plenty of questions that are helpful to new and seasoned runners. We have a full review of this book HERE.
Even though this book says it is for beginners I think everyone at any level of running could learn something from this book. some of the best runners share their stories and tips. You can see our complete review of this book HERE.
The Runner's World Cookbook
This book is such a phenomenal cookbook and a great resource to keep in the kitchen. We've shared a few recipes from this book on the blog already. You can read our complete review HERE.
Easter is coming up. Perhaps you might want to surprise a runner with one of these books in their Easter basket.
Do you have a favorite Running book?