"This book offers something special for readers at nearly every level of physical activity." --Booklist (starred review)
"Cucuzzella, a physician, offers readers a path to health and a sense of well-being in his detailed fitness guide."--Publishers Weekly
"When Mark Cucuzzella talks about running, savvy runners listen." --The National Book Review
"A fantastic repositioning of how to run, and of what makes running fun and healthy(they can be one and the same). True to the Hippocratic oath, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella takes back the paradigm of running that has been fostered by major shoe companies and mass media, and he recalibrates it with the runner's best interests at heart." -- Joe Puleo, coach of the Marine Corps Running Team and author of the Running Anatomy
"The principles outlined in this book were transformational. Not only did I run faster and better, but I was able to complete my third marathon pain-free. Most important, I felt the joy of running, and that's the type of joy anyone who runs-either around the block or a hundred miles-should have the chance to feel. Reading Dr. Cucuzzella's book will help you get there." --Mike Plunkett, MisFits columnist, The Washington Post
"Dr. Cucuzzella has been a leading mind when it comes to healthy living. He understands the comprehensive physiology behind the simple act of running, but he has also mastered the art of applying both science and passion to help runners understand how to maximize their strength, endurance, fitness and enjoyment in a healthy, sustainable way. He's an authentic source of information and enthusiasm amid a turbulent sea of flashy trends and biased product marketers. I expect Run For Your Life to become one of the leading running books of this era and to serve as a guiding light to runners of all abilities." -- Brian Metzler, former editor in Chief, Competitor magazine; founding editor, Trail Runner magazine; co-author of Natural Running and Run Like a Champion.
"Beginner. Intermediate. Advanced. Runners of all ages and abilities their knowledge just by getting in their hands. Runners will not want to put this book down." -- Rod Dixon, Olympic medalist, two-time World Cross Country Championships medalist, and New York City Marathon champion.