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Reviewed by: Htbrdd

This is a great magazine and helps with all my training needs.

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Reviewed by: Cerulean Sea

The stories of runners- experienced or not- inspire me.
The fact that the magazine includes tips for new runners helps encourage me to keep interested in running, also to stay active in other sports and a healthy lifestyle in general.

Tips For Everyone--Fast And Slow
Reviewed by: SpEdKenny

I started running about 2 and 1/2 years ago with my daughter. I run one 10K or 5K a month and enjoy the competition and comradeship of running races. I quickly decided to sign up for a running training program and have continued in it for over two years. My daughter subscribed to your magazine and was constantly referring to the tips she got from the magazine. A friend in my running group gave me a bunch of old copies which I thoroughly enjoyed reading. I subscribed to your magazine in December and have not been disappointed in its contents. I really enjoy the running tips and stories, as well as the running shoe reviews and recipes for healthy foods. I'm 68 years old and not the fastest runner around. Your magazine provides tips for runners of all levels, not just elite runners. Many of the stories are not only informative, but interesting and inspirational for all runners. Kudos to your editor and writers!

Runners World Great For Everyone
Reviewed by: Bob Greene

Fantastic runner magazine! It is for all types of runners, from beginners to advanced. You don't feel intimidated if youre a first time runner. Love the inspiring stories and nutrition info. I always walk away from reading Runners World feeling as though Ive learned a wealth of useful information.