Eat and run book review

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eat and run book review

Book Review - Eat & Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness | Trail Runner Magazine

Sometimes you just do things. My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness. Scott Jurek or Jurker as called lovingly by his friend Dusty is a tall, lanky, head full of fusilli pasta like hair and a world renowned ultramarathoner. He has been a dominating force for nearly two decades in the unforgiving sport of ultra running. He has won Western States mile race seven times in a row. He has twice won the brutal Badwater Ultramarathon of miles. Also he has set an American record of
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Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness

Readers also enjoyed. Running was what I loved. In Eat and Run, Jurek opens up about his life and career as a champion athlete with a plant-based diet and inspires runners at every level. View all 4 comments?

The book does a little of everything but not a lot of anything. To honor her death he ran 90 miles on the Tonto Trail in Grand Canyon unsupported. Was it what I had nad eating. You can also choose to be emailed when someone replies to your comment.

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I couldn't decide at first whether to give this book a 2 for its self-absorbed, sticky-sweet, loved-loved. Do you wanna be somebody. Jan 08, I had fashioned a career from running and winning races of at least 50 mil. But you'll nook the willpower of an ultra marathoner to get And now a summary of this book.

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