Lisa Jhung is a veteran trail runner, triathlete, adventure racer, and journalist. She is a contributing editor for "Runner s World" and is the "Runner s World" trail running columnist. Lisa has also worked as an editor at "Trail Runner" magazine and was a co-founding editor of "Adventure Sports" magazine. Her features, training stories, gear reviews, profiles and travel pieces have appeared in "Backpacker," "Details," "Fitness," "Inside Triathlon," "Men s Journal," "Runner s World," "Shape," "Outside," "Women s Running," and "Triathlete."
"Thorough, witty, and beautifully illustrated, this guide to our excellent sport will inform and entertain." - Trail Magazine"With it's well-named title, "Trailhead" immediately acknowledges that every trail runner has to begin somewhere" For newbies, Jhung offers valuable advice to get you on the trail fast and current trail addicts will find tips to make the trails even more fun and safe" A great manual for new and seasoned trail runners." " TriEdge"Whether you're a seasoned off-roader or you've never run in the forest, you'll be tickled by Lisa Jhung's "Trailhead." This pocket-sized book delivers everything you need to know about the art and science of running on trails." " Women's Running magazine"An easy-to-read pocket-book that addresses every topic imaginable" lighthearted yet straightforward about key topics" "Trailhead" is thorough yet entertaining resource with an abundance of practical advice." - Canadian Running magazine"In "Trailhead," Jhung explains how experienced trail runners can become fitter, faster, and more confident, while also showing how trail running is for anyone." " Daily Camera""Trailhead" an essential read even for seasoned trail runners" A cross between an easy-to-read pocket guide and a graphic novel, Lisa Jhung along with illustrator Charlie Layton have put together a fun, informative, and often hilarious guide [that] covers almost any and every thing that a beginning trail runner could possibly need to know." - Colorado Runner"Lisa Jhung explains it all for trail runners new and old. No matter if you're a casual jogger, ultramarathoner, or somewhere in between, "Trailhead" will help you improve your game." " Elevation Outdoors""Trailhead" is a quick and informative read, an invaluable resource for trail enthusiasts of all types, with 264 pages of witty advice and illustrations. This compact guide is chock full of great tips that can help beginners navigate the dirt, propel intermediates to the next level, and inspire avid trail runners to get into racing or go the distance." - RootsRated.com"Athletes who are a bit leery of getting their feet dirty on the trails will feel a sense of relief and motivation after reading Lisa Jhung's "Trailhead"" The book covers everything an aspiring trail runner would want to know. Readers will leave informed and laughing. Comical illustrations throughout keep the reading simple and humorous." - Triathlon Magazine Canada"Whether you're an expert trail runner or a newbie, Lisa Jhung's book, "Trailhead" The Dirt on All Things Trail Running has something for you. Jhung" compressed her years of experience pounding the trails into a comprehensive and handy guidebook. "Trailhead" is full of advice about everything from running attire to differentiating between a bobcat and a mountain lion. Other topics include trail-running etiquette, DIY screw shoes for icy runs, and nutrition tips for before, during, and after your runs." - 5280 magazine"You're going to dig "Trailhead" by Lisa Jhung. It's a fun and easy read" packed full of useful tips, expert explanations, and illustrations that will have you laughing out loud." - Fit Bottomed Girls""Trailhead" is a must-have for anyone who is already running trails or for someone who is just getting into our off-road world." - Babbittville Radio""Trailhead" is a must-have for anyone from human mountain goat to neophyte. It is comprehensive, easy-to-understand, and often entertaining. Most of all, it's useful." - EndorphinRelease.com""Trailhead" is a book for newbies that want to know how to get started, and diehards that want to take their running to the next level. The format is fun and engaging, and the 5" x 7" book actually looks like a trail guide. There are tons of illustrations and plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor." - SaltmarshRunning.com"