For book forty seven of 2015, I enjoyed the book Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness.
This is probably the best book I’ve read this year. The author, and ultrarunner, Scott Jurek shares how he lives, trains, eats and fuels, and his strategies and methods of his life. His life has included winning numerous Ultramarathons and setting significant records in the ultramarathon sport. I had the book Eat and Run on my to-read list even before Scott Jurek set the run-through record for the Appalachian Trail.
If you’re a runner, this is a must read! If you’re someone that searches for greatness… herein, Eat and Run, lies the details of one great individuals method.
“This sweet, blessed, God-inspired place called America is a champion that has absorbed some blows.
But while we bend, we don’t break. This is no dark hour; this is the dawn before we remember who we are.”
I’m a newbie in the Ultra distances. I’ve completed two of the shortest versions; 50Ks. It is an interesting distance for those that have never traveled that far by foot. Rob Krar adds the Grand Canyon to his… for breakfast; Rob Krar’s an Inspiration.
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