The First Edition of the Runner’s Almanac was published in December of 2011. This annual book is aimed at entertaining and educating runners while providing a useful tool for them to use however you see fit on a daily basis. The daily journal component of the Runner’s Almanac can be used to track your training, or to schedule your week, or even as just a general journal of what’s happening in your life. You aren’t limited by any particular box. [ Read More ]
Blaine Moore is a marathon coach and competitive runner in Southern Maine. He is the owner of the popular blog and newsletter, Run to Win, where he provides updates on the latest news in running, training advice (especially for marathons and ultramarathons) and reviews of the latest gear to hit the market. Blaine’s past credentials include a marathon course record at the Cox Sports Marathon, over 2 dozen marathons in the past decade, and consistent placing in the top 10% [ Read More ]
Ian Parlin put together the layout of this book and did the cover design. He’s a graphic designer, the founder of the popular running club, Trail Monster Running, and the race director of nationally renowned trail races in the Southern Maine area. Ian’s career has been varied as he spent many years as an architect and now focuses on graphic design. His race t-shirts are always popular and he has put together a few websites as well. You can learn [ Read More ]
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Gary Allen, Race Director of the Mount Desert Island Marathon, www.MDIMarathon.org: “A year is merely a collection of seconds, minutes and hours all woven together. The 2012 Runner’s Almanac beautifully weaves all this time into veritable quilt of inspiration that will help make every day worth getting out of bed for.” Doug Welch, @reallynotarunnr, www.reallynotarunnr.com: “Awesome! I love your Quote of the Day! I look forward to it every day. In fact, I start my day with the QOTD! What a [ Read More ]