2 great new books by
Parents Guide and Training Guide
(to high school track and cross country)
DyeStat publisher John Dye and Harrier magazine
publisher Marc Bloom announce two new books made available by their
joint venture, DyeStat/Harrier Books:
- Training Guide to High School Track and Cross Country
- expert advice for boys and girls, coaches, and
parents on achieving peak distance running in all season. Plus
training programs of 84 elite high school runners.
- Parents Guide to High School Track & Cross Country
- expert advice to moms and dads on helping your
teens excel, stay healthy and mature as high as high school athletes.
The books are priced very reasonably at $12.95 each,
or $25 for both (Dyestat/Harrier Book
Club). These are must have books for high
school parents, runners, and coaches.
plus $2 shipping
plus $2 shipping
Only $25 plus $3 shipping
are available. Write John Dye, [email protected],
for special team rates.
Each book is 42 pages with stories of direct benefit
to everyone in the sport. The books are sized in handy 6”
x 9” format and designed for easy reference. They are handsomely
illustrated with exciting photos. Keep the books in your track bag.
Take them to meets. Compare notes with teammates or fellow coaches.
Each book has the stamp of authority provided by
John Dye, whose web site has become the vital, live voice of high
school track and cross-country, and Marc Bloom, whose Harrier magazine
is now in its 28th year and is noted for its penetrating articles
and as the conscience of our sport. Bloom, whose stories appear
regularly in Runner’s World and the New York Times, is a 3-time
recipient of the Track & Field Writers Association “Jesse
Abramson Award” for journalistic excellence. He is the author
of several books including “Run With The Champions.”
joins the resources of two of the most authoritative figures in
high school track and field and cross country in America. Dye publishes
the web site DyeStat.com, the leading source of high school track
and cross country news. Bloom publishes The Harrier magazine, the
most respected voice of high school distance running.
Their joint venture will present original material
of interest to all athletes, parents, coaches, and fans. These books
are of the utmost importance at a momentous time when so much is
happening in the community and there are so many critical questions
dealing with the proper handling of high school athletes.