Fitness Books

Listen to books on your favorite fitness activities, for instruction and inspiration!

Audiobooks on RBDigital

Fitter Faster: The Smart Way To Get In Shape In Just Minutes A Day by Robert J. Davis.

Getting in shape requires less time, effort, and frustration than people imagine. This sensible, science-backed book debunks misconceptions and offers quick activities that deliver lasting benefits


No Sweat: How The Simple Science Of Motivation Can Bring You A Lifetime Of Fitness  by Michelle Segar

Discover why you should forget about willpower and stop gritting your teeth through workouts you hate. Instead, you’ll become motivated from the inside out and start to crave physical activity. 


The First 20 Minutes: Surprising Science Reveals How We Can Exercise Better, Train Smarter, Live Longer by Gretchen Reynolds

Drawing on scientific expertise as well as her own athletic experiences, Gretchen Reynolds will help you find the right workout for your body, age, fitness and goals. 


Running Books

Running: A Love Story: 10 Years, 5 Marathons, And 1 Life-Changing Sport by Jen A. Miller

What started as a silly assignment (running and reporting on a 5k) soon became an obsession. Often witty and always thoughtful, Running: A Love Story aims to examine running from a repeatedly overlooked vantage point-that of a woman shuffling in the middle of the pack, who runs not for medals but for something more.



Running Is My Therapy: Relieve Stress And Anxiety, Fight Depression, Ditch Bad Habits, And Live Happier by Scott Douglas

Longtime running writer Scott Douglas marshals expert advice (including his own, cultivated from more than 100,000 miles of personal experience), and a growing body of scientific research to show how running can make us happier.


My Year of Running Dangerously: A Dad, A Daughter, And A Ridiculous Plan by Tom Foreman

What started as an innocent request from his daughter quickly turned into a rekindled passion for long-distance running-for the training, the camaraderie, the defeats, and the victories. Told with honesty and humor, Foreman’s account captures the universal fears of aging and failure alongside the hard-won moments of triumph, tenacity, and going further than you ever thought possible.


Running With the Buffaloes: A Season Inside With Mark Wetmore, Adam Goucher, And The University Of Colorado Men’s Cross Country Team by Chris Lear

In a season plagued by injury and the tragic loss of a teammate, the Buffaloes were tested as never before. What these men managed to achieve in the face of such adversity is the stuff of legend and glory. With passion and suspense, Lear captures the lives of these young men and offers a glimpse of what drives a gifted runner like Adam Goucher and a great coach like Mark Wetmore.