CrossFit tells us to work our weaknesses, but does that really include running?
Join us on Wednesday, November 6th at 7pm for a book talk and an evening of fun, chatter, and insight with Roots athlete and author Lisa Jhung.
Lisa recently published her second book titled, Running That Doesn’t Suck: How to Love Running (Even If You Think You Hate It).
This event is open to non-members – please bring friends or anyone who needs to learn to love running!
About Lisa (from Running Press)
Lisa Jhung has been a journalist in the outdoor industry for 20 years, writing about adventure, running, endurance, and outdoor sports and the gear that goes with them for multiple magazines such as: Cosmopolitan, Fitness, Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Journal, Mental Floss, Outside, Runner’s World, SELF, SHAPE, and more. Jhung is a contributing editor to Runner’s World and is the author of Trailhead: The Dirt on All Things Trail Running.
About the Book
If you want to enjoy running, this helpful and humorous guide will get you started, keep you going, and teach you to “embrace the suckiness” (Hint: You don’t have to run at 6 a.m. and you definitely don’t have to wear short-shorts). You’ll also find body maintenance tips, nutritional guidance, and running etiquette pointers. And, when you’re feeling discouraged, Jhung’s down-to-earth advice will help you stay motivated and confident. More here.