Hal Hig­don: Run Fast. How to Beat Your Best Time Every Time. Emma­us, Pa.: Roda­le 2000 [über­ar­bei­te­te zwei­te Aus­ga­be]. 246 Sei­ten. ISBN 1−57954−269−7

Intro­duc­tion

  1. Fly­ing wit­hout Wings: The Thrill of Run­ning Fast
  2. First Base: „Leg­ging Up“ Gets You in Shape
  3. Slow Down to Speed Up: Speed Trai­ning wit­hout Speed­work
  4. Speed Endu­rance: Whe­re Time Meets Inten­si­ty
  5. Jugg­ling Work­outs: Make the Most of Trai­ning Time
  6. Good Form: Smooth Out Your Stri­de
  7. Speed­work: Fine-Tune Your Trai­ning
  8. The Magic Work­out: Inter­val Trai­ning Can Impro­ve Your Speed
  9. Speed Play: Fart­lek and Tem­po Trai­ning
  10. Pure Speed: Impro­ve Your Kick
  11. Dyna­mic Fle­xi­bi­li­ty: Speed in Moti­on
  12. Hit the Hills: Climb Your Way To The Top
  13. Strength Does It: More Mus­cle Means More Speed
  14. The Poli­shing Touch: Be Your Own Best Coach
  15. Detrai­ning and Retrai­ning: The Best Way to Get Back in Shape
  16. Rea­dy to Race: Test Your Abili­ty to Run Fast

Epi­lo­gue
Index