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Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness Paperback – 11 Apr 2013
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I'm not a vegan and I hate tails that start with "I was a hopeless drunk/drug addict" and so on. This book however explains how unlikely things can be of great benafit to any runner. I really enjoyed the positive vain that runs all the way through this book. It's not preaching and it's not self help and I think it applies to both new runners and ultra runners along with everyone in between.
Not being a vegan myself, I was wary at first, but Jurek simply presents what he's found to work for him without preaching. I got a lot out of this book and would recommend it to all runners, whether or not they are interested in ultra-distance events.
Jurek writes his book as though he genuinely wants to improve the lives of others, and in this respect I believe he hits his target!I
A good book.