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A guide to running for the unathletic, told by a man who fell into the sport almost by accident. Progressing cautiously on a reluctant and unexpected journey to 100 Marathons (and beyond), he learned the hard way from years of getting it wrong. Unlikely to break any records or become a national figure for the standards he sets, he nonetheless has enhanced his life and fitness, taking his long-suffering family along with him. In this witty account, he writes about his unsteady progress while knocking the stuffing out of running pomposity.
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What Reviewers Are Saying
`Witty, funny and informative. Great for someone starting out in running!'-Dr Margot Wells; `A hilarious tale of one man's obsession, packed with advice for runners from beginners to aspiring marathon competitors.'-Sean Conway; `This book will inspire you to stop reading and run more. Better than the Bible - if you're looking for a running book!'-David Hellard, Bad Boy Running Podcast; `Thanks to Mark's brilliant self-deprecating humour, Run like Duck will have you laughing up out the couch, into your trainers, and running a hundred miles with a smile on your face before you know it.'-Moire O'Sullivan, author of Bump, Bike & Baby; `God-like, majestic, awe-inspiring are all words. Buy this book.'-Jody Raynsford, Bad Boy Running Podcast; `I haven't read this book but how bad can it really be?'-Robbie Britton, Team GB