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Runner's World

Runner's World

by Hearst

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Publisher:
Hearst
# of issues/year:
6
Delivered:
Bi-monthly
Current Issue:
Issue 2 2019
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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RUNNER'S WORLD 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 151 reviews.
DiNookOne More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure why some people rated this magazine a one-star based on the method of delivery? That has nothing to do with the content of the magazine! This is a great magazine that has helpful and informative articles, guides, and reviews for those interested in anything that has to do with running. You'll find everything from running plans for 5k's-Marathons, Shoe reviews,fitness, nutrition, and interesting personal articles from everyday people to pro runners. I'm rating it 5-stars!
LUCKY_NOOK More than 1 year ago
runner's magazine on nook color is really nice!!! if only you could bring the nook color w/ you while running!! LOL graphics is so amazing! just love it!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Packed with practical advice on training plans, mind tricks to motivate yourself, easy recipes, running gears, weather-specific tips, etc. Also features inspirational stories from other runners to share the little joys of running. Works great with NookColor. I have so many pages bookmarked for future reference!
WendyGRN More than 1 year ago
I had been running for about a year when i subscribed. I learned so much from this magazine! I found out why my knee was hurting, how to fix the problem, practical nutrition and workout advice that i have shared with many grateful friends, and i really enjoy all of the inspiring stories they share! Helped me to realize that if others can overcome all of their challenges and complete marathons and half marathons then I can too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Runner's World is a better than average e-subscription. But they are charging me for both hardcopy and electronic magazines. That is behind the times. If I subscribe to the hardcopy, then you need to let me have the electronic version free. Your unsubscribed!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love this magazine! I am a novice runner, and I wanted a magazine that was great for all levels - which this one is. Whats the point otherwise? I was buying it every month, then decided to finally get a subscription and even bought one for my friend as a Christmas gift. Their training guides are wonderful, too. I just got the nook edition to check out. I REALLY wish they would link the print ones, though. If you have a print subscription, you should get the digital one for free! I recommend that they worl on that ... its the one big fall back! and being able to subscribe on the nook for the entire year at the same or a cheaper costs that a yearly subscription in print!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked a few of the articles. Very informative.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
New editor Betty Ortiz puts together a masterpiece for her first issue. The educational articles are perfect to round out running routines or to jump start new ones while authored in an entertaining fashion. The running-advice tid-bits sprinkled throughout the magazine provide solid tips for runners of all levels. The article on running crews gives a fun, light feel to the reading and the more serious article of ultra running in a socially depressed South African nation round out a great magazine. If this is the start of new era for Runner's World, it is a brilliant one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been running for 10 years and learn something new every issue.
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I love Runner's World, I've been a subscriber for years. I've had a digital subscription on my iPad for a year and thought I'd see what the Nook version looked like. I'm using the Nook app on my laptop so I can't comment on the Nook itself but this version is very inferior to the iPad version. The UI, the readability, everything is more primitive on the Nook version. I'm glad I got a free 14 day subscription because I'm going back to my iPad version
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