The Running Revolution: Observations and Advice from Joe Henderson
Joe Henderson has been the heartbeat of the running revolution since its beginnings in the early 1970s. Hiz eighth book offers the best of his running and writing career to this point (1980). Best-selling author Dr. George Sheehan says of him, "Joe is a deceptively simple writer who makes it look easy. His instincts and intuitions about the running experience give him complete control, complete confidence. When it comes to writing about running, Joe has perfect pitch." Fellow author Jim Fixx adds that Henderson "is as good a mentor as anyone could be lucky enough to have."
Henderson, Joe, "The Running Revolution: Observations and Advice from Joe Henderson" (1980). Prairie Striders Library Collection. 232.