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Run, Think, and Eat like
Champion Marathoner
Meb Keflezighi

Winner, 2014 Boston Marathon
2009 NYC Marathon
2004 Silver Medalist

Run, Think, and Eat like
Champion Marathoner,
Meb Keflezighi

really is for mortals.
It will give runners of all speeds and sizes an inspiring road map to achieve their goals."

–David Willey, Editor-in-Chief of Runner's World & Editorial Director of Running Times


Meb Says: "The strengthening program that has helped me remain a world-class runner consists of simple, do-anywhere exercises. Combine it with my stretching program on page 98; you'll run faster and feel better."

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Typically, elite runners are a bit stingy when it comes to sharing their secrets. But having accomplished all of his greatest goals, Meb Keflezighi is ready to tell all!

In his new book, Meb for Mortals, Meb reveals how you can become a better and faster runner — using the same training, nutrition, and mental secrets that propelled him to victory at the 2014 Boston Marathon, just two weeks before turning 39.

Meb for Mortals is not just for hard-core competitors. It's for all runners who want to effectively improve their running for greater results and a better PR.

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star iconRun like Meb.

Just run and your form will come to you, right? Not so fast. Meb believes there's room for improvement in everything — including the mechanics of how you run. Meb will show you ways to develop "quick feet" and demonstrate his favorite running form drills and upper-body strengthening exercises.

star iconTrain like Meb.

A 15-mile tempo run on the track? "No, thank you," says Meb. "Doing interval workouts and tempo runs on a bike path or road better prepares me for my races." Discover more of Meb's training secrets — including the benefits of running twice a day and what to do when a workout takes a turn for the worse.

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star iconRace like Meb.

Meb starts his warm-up routine with a 3-mile jog. (Yes, 3 miles — even before marathons.) You may not need to do that much, but Meb does advise 15 to 20 minutes of easy running before you hit the starting line. He also reveals why he wears sunglasses during races (and it has nothing to do with the sun!).

star iconEat like Meb.

Meb's criteria for a good running diet? It should fuel your training, not interfere with it … keep you healthy … and help you maintain a good running weight. Avoid foods that might conflict with running — like spicy foods that could lead to frequent pit stops. Meb believes "blander is better" when training for an important race.

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star iconStrengthen like Meb.

A runner might ask, "Doesn't running keep my legs strong?" According to Meb, they'll be strong enough to get you through a run, but over time you might develop an "imbalance" in muscle strength that could lead to injury. Discover Meb's secret to staying strong with his 5-Minute Whole-Body Strengthening Routine.

star iconStretch like Meb.

Stretching helped give Meb the longevity to win the Boston Marathon at age 38 — and he believes it's something you should do for the rest of your life. Short on time? Try Meb's 5-Minute Do-Anywhere Loosen-Up Routine.

star iconRecover like Meb.

Do your legs or feet feel sore after your recovery runs? Maybe you should try a different running surface. Find out where Meb does his recovery runs — and why he swears by it.

there are so many more secrets revealed …

Directly from Meb himself!

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