Running Past Fifty

It's no coincidence that Gail Kislevitz and I recently found ourselves working on
similar book projects at the same time—my Run Forever: Your Complete Guide to
Healthy Lifetime Running and her Running Past Fifty: Advice and Inspiration for ...

Running Past Fifty

Author: Gail Waesche Kislevitz

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1510736301

Page: 296

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Running brings joy and health benefits to all participants, especially those of the baby boomer generation. But when legs get sore, joints feel achy, and old age creeps up, sometimes senior runners need a little extra motivation to get out of the door and on the road. In Running Past Fifty, lifelong runner Gail Waesche Kislevitz provides helpful tips and motivation from thirty-six runners aged fifty or older. Presenting time-tested recommendations, Kislevitz interviews some of the nation’s greatest senior runners. Included here are exclusive interviews with greats such as Ed Whitlock, who, at the age of eighty-five, set an age-division world record of 3:56 in the marathon; Bill Rodgers, winner of four Boston Marathons and four New York City Marathons; George Hirsch, chairman of New York Road Runners; Olympian and author Jeff Galloway; world record holder Sid Howard; and runner and women’s pioneer runner and advocate Kathrine Switzer And legendary runners aren’t the only ones running well into seniority. Kislevitz also offers motivational stories from average runners who hit the pavement frequently and refuse to let their age stop them from competing regularly. Baby boomer runners may be slower than they once were, but they show no signs of slowing down. Inspiring and insightful, Running Past Fifty is the perfect read for every one of them.

Was Man More Aquatic in the Past Fifty Years After Alister Hardy Waterside Hypotheses of Human Evolution

ENDURANCE RUNNING AND SCAVENGING One way to include preformed LC-
PUFA in the diet is to very consistently eat fresh brains, internal organs and bone
marrow (Table 2). The endurance running model [2, 3] argues that the ability to ...

Was Man More Aquatic in the Past  Fifty Years After Alister Hardy   Waterside Hypotheses of Human Evolution

Author: Mario Vaneechoutte

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

ISBN: 1608052443

Page: 253

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The book starts from the observation that humans are very different from the other primates. Why are we naked? Why do we speak? Why do we walk upright? Fifty years ago, in 1960, marine biologist Sir Alister Hardy tried to answer this when he announced his so-called aquatic hypothesis: human ancestors did not live in dry savannahs as traditional anthropology assumes, but have adapted to live at the edge between land and water, gathering both terrestrial and aquatic foods. This eBook is an up-to-date collection of the views of the most important protagonists of this long-neglected theory of huma.

Words on Cassette

(Running Time: 20 min.). ... (Running Time: 1 hr. ... State Mutual Bk. The librarian
discusses experience of the profession A its evolution during the past fifty years
as well as own individual contributions to scholarship or library development.

Words on Cassette

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Page: 1758

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WORDS ON CASSETTE, 1993 gives you all the information you need for building a strong audiocassette collection. It covers over 50,000 cassettes, & features more than 6,000 new releases & some 8,000 updated entries--the full range of titles available! The only comprehensive guide in this rapidly expanding field, WORDS ON CASSETTE, 1993 contains the current information you demand: *over 125 subject areas, from art & architecture to personal growth & achievement, & from foreign language instruction to old radio programs *hard-to-find material like recordings of little-known books, lectures, & even seminars *1,344 producers & distributors--the most comprehensive listings you can find--complete with names, addresses, & telephone numbers *all pertinent details, including reader's name, price, running time, number of cassettes, content summary, whether the tape is a "live" or studio recording, publication/release date, abridged or unabridged version, & rental availability *& much more! Plus, four handy indexes provide ready access to each title: *see the entire list of currently-available audiocassettes, & get each cassette's complete description in the Title Index *find out which of an author's titles have been recorded, & scan the complete list of a performer's work on tape by using the Authors/Readers/Performers Index *survey all tapes on any given subject in the Subject Index *get all the contact & ordering information you need for tape distributors & producers in the Producer/Distributor Index. In short, WORDS ON CASSETTE, 1993 gives you all the information you need to effectively deal with requests from today's books on tape listener!

Costs and Benefits of Running an International Currency

The model also allows for straightforward calibration of the parameter through
trade shares . The author ... While data on international trade invoicing are scant ,
most studies illustrate the primary role of the dollar throughout the past fifty years .

Costs and Benefits of Running an International Currency

Author: Elias Papaioannou

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page: 93

View: 878

The euro has been in the global markets for ten years now. There can be little doubt that its introduction has been successful. For example, the European Central Bank has managed to keep inflation low, minimizing the fears that it may abandon the strong price stability focus of the Bundesbank. The ECB has also become established as a key stabilizing force in financial markets, in particular, during the ongoing financial turmoil. Most importantly, the euro has quickly established itself as a major international currency -- EU Bookshop.

Before the Wells Run Dry

NUALA AHERN ried out by 2007 , the 50th anniversary of the founding of the
Euratom Treaty , at the latest . Step 5 ... Renewable energy therefore needs at
least as much investment as the nuclear industry has had over the past fifty years
 ...

Before the Wells Run Dry

Author: R. J. Douthwaite

Publisher: Virago Press

ISBN:

Page: 333

View: 210

"The world is using oil at four times the rate it is finding it and the output of many existing fields, including the North Sea, is beginning to decline. According to one contributor to this book, global oil production will start falling within the next five to ten years and increases in natural gas output will cease to be capable of making up the shortfall after about 2015." "This groundbreaking book explores these and many other issues and its authors conclude that renewables do indeed have the capacity to provide the people of Europe with all the energy they need to live comfortable lives without using coal or nuclear energy at all. Moreover, the switch could be made within fifty years if the right decisions are taken immediately."--BOOK JACKET.

Starting and Running a Profitable Investment Club

The letter s following the name indicates the stock has split during the past fifty -
two weeks , or paid a stock dividend of at least 25 percent . The high and low
prices have been adjusted to reflect the split . The g following Abitibi indicates
that ...

Starting and Running a Profitable Investment Club

Author: Thomas E. O'Hara

Publisher: Three Rivers Press

ISBN:

Page: 283

View: 541

The popular investment guide from the people who taught the Beardstown Ladies is back, completely updated to show a whole new audience how to beat the market. The National Association of Investment Clubs makes available the proven methods that can be used by anyone, no matter what their investment experience.

This Running Life

Maybe if my father had died of a coronary at age forty - two and no other male
member of my family had lived past fifty , I would eat something else . That diet
doesn't bother my system , and it sets me up for the day . You get all your amino
acids ...

This Running Life

Author: George Sheehan

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN:

Page: 287

View: 438

This practical training guide further develops Sheehan's idea that running is a metaphor for life and a path to self-knowledge, and explains how the body's design relates to running and fitness

Across the Running Tide

Oil men are very comfortable with putting on the pressure until what they want
gives . The energy crisis is part of the game . It's part of the global scale muscle
flexing in practice for the past fifty years . Michael Raymond World Business
Weekly ...

Across the Running Tide

Author: Michael J. Cohen

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Page: 225

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The Running of Richard Nixon

If Arizona was going to provide the slightest advantage for Harold , then the trip
must be made . However , Frank was reluctant to go and Hannah had practical
reservations about his leaving . He had rolled far enough in his life . Now past fifty
 ...

The Running of Richard Nixon

Author: Leonard Lurie

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Page: 409

View: 973

Run with the Vision

South America has 50 , 000 new churches per year , while 60 churches per week
are closing in the United States . ... can ' t pretend to do the job of world
evangelization the way it has over the past two hundred — or even the past fifty -
years .

Run with the Vision

Author: Bob Sjogren

Publisher: Bethany House Pub

ISBN: 9781556613210

Page: 288

View: 342

A follow-up to Catch the Vision 2000, this book shows how a local church can integrate hands-on vision planning to be a mobilizing church.

Red Dog Run

An occasional car passed them, cars loaded with families and camping gear. "
Somewhere near ... Over the mountains and through the woods to Dale's Diner.
By now Allie ... For the past fifty miles all she'd done was shiver. Her only thought
 ...

Red Dog Run

Author: Jan Michaels

Publisher: Harlequin Treasury-Harlequin Intrigue 90s

ISBN: 9780373220892

Page: 253

View: 450

Red Dog Run by Jan Michaels released on Mar 25, 1988 is available now for purchase.

The Autocar

This Speed Business Quoting from data of runs on a great number of cars , I I
have felt at ease when running at the maximum , even have done in the past fifty -
one miles in sixty minutes , the on the great expanse of Brooklands track , with no
 ...

The Autocar

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My Life Began After 50

Up to the age of fifty - three , which was about seven years ago , I always felt kind
of sluggish , tired and run - down , and I did not care whether I was " coming or
going . ” I then decided to ... Since I was now past fifty and very much run - down ...

My Life Began After 50

Author: Ben Sussman

Publisher:

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Page: 104

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Daily Labor Report

... yearNEW PLANT AND EQUIPMENT ly rise in the economy's $ 5.5 billion man -
hour output over the past fifty years or ... It would take a skilled craftsman many
But such views of long - run changes in output hours to produce a pair of shoes ...

Daily Labor Report

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When the Rivers Run Dry

It was an extraordinary condemnation of what , for much of the past fifty years ,
has been one of the world ' s largest construction industries , and a cornerstone
of world strategies for economic development , soaking up an estimated $ 2
trillion .

When the Rivers Run Dry

Author: Fred Pearce

Publisher: Key Porter Books

ISBN:

Page: 400

View: 618

Nothing seems more abundant than water. In fact, the world is confronting a global water shortage that could make the oil crisis trivial by comparison. To put the problem in perspective, it takes a staggering 11,000 litres of water to feed the cow it takes to make one McDonald's quarter pounder. As Fred Pearce warns, "The planet is running out of water." Many of the world's most powerful rivers have been so devastated by consumption and irrigation drain-off that they no longer reach the sea. Two-thirds of all the world's supply of water is used to irrigate crops. It takes enough water to fill one hundred bathtubs to irrigate the cotton fields required to make one t-shirt. When the Rivers Run Dry is a journey into the world water crisis. Internationally acclaimed environmental writer and water authority Pearce traverses the globe in this eye-opening portrait of what is fast becoming the planet's most serious potential catastrophe. From Canada and Texas to India and Palestine, Pearce examines in fascinating and compelling detail how galloping, un-regulated consumption, economic greed and political indifference are putting the world's water systems at grave risk. As important, the implications of a shortage will have--in fact, already have had--profound and serious consequences on the fragile international political situation. Though the warning signs are dire, Pearce passionately contends that they point to the solutions that will avert the crisis and put the world on the path of sustained and renewable consumption. It's a challenge we cannot afford to ignore.