The Bottom Line
- Funny yet practical guide.
- Useful for beginner and experienced runners.
- So good, I wish it was longer than 166 pages.
- Describes more than 100 "rules" of running.
- Very entertaining and hilarious commentary about the sport of running.
- Also includes a useful runner's lingo glossary.
Guide Review - The Runner's Rule Book Review
Now, thanks to Mark Remy and the editors at Runner's World magazine, runners can find all these "rules" in one place. The Runner's Rule Book provides answers to runners' burning questions about etiquette, lingo, gear and behavior. From the practical ("Run against traffic") to the humorous ("Post-race bagels must be dry and taste like aspirin") to the thoughtful ("Never miss a chance to thank a race volunteer"), Remy addresses more than 100 unspoken rules of running. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned runner, you'll love Remy's witty commentary about running and undoubtedly find yourself quoting his axioms to your fellow runners.