Signing up for a race and knowing how to train are two entirely different things. Part manifesto, part guidebook, Train to Live, Live to Train: The Insiders Guide to Building the Ultimate Fitness Lifestyle, is designed to help readers connect their athletic passions with their broader worlds — shaping a lifestyle that leads to success and fulfillment in all the areas that matter. Skip the years of errors, injuries and challenges, along with missed work deadlines or arguments with the spouse. With Train to Live, Live to Train you can get right down to refining your training program and make big-picture changes to how you manage your time, work, and other critical responsibilities.
Entrepreneur, stay-at-home dad, Boston Marathoner and multiple Ironman triathlon finisher and Ironman World Championship qualifier, Patrick McCrann specializes in working with individuals who refuse to sacrifice their personal or professional commitments for the sake of exercise. In Train to Live, Live to Train, McCrann leverages his nearly 10 years of coaching experience to create a roadmap for endurance athletes of all ability levels to integrate their training and fitness goals. The outcome is a "fitness lifestyle," a daily approach to training, working and living that ensures long-term success in the areas that matter the most to you -- including your sport.
The book is written so you can make changes as you read each chapter and complete the written exercises. Readers will learn:
- How to build the most effective training plan;
- The best ways to adjust your schedule and see fast results;
- How to assess your time & outsource non-critical tasks;
- How to travel & train for maximum impact; and more.
For a limited time, you can save 33% off each edition of the Train to Live, Live to Train Book using the code "ACTIVE33" before 12/31/2010!
About the Author
More than 25,000 read Patrick McCrann's insights each week. A contributing columnist and popular blogger, McCrann has been quoted/featured in Xtri.com , Transition Times, Active.com and Inside Tri magazine as well as mainstream media including the New York Times. He is co-founder of Endurance Nation and Marathon Nation, online communities with nearly 1000 athletes and 5,000 "fans" on Facebook.