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Eat and Run by Craig Ballantyne Original post: Wed 7/14/2021 at 5:53 AM

Eat and run: My Unlikely Road to Ultra Marathon greatness is an entertaining new autobiography by the top-ranked ultra marathoner Scott Jurek and long-time professional runner Steve DiGiovanna. It was recently released by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt in June of 2021. I have always enjoyed Eat and Run but it is still a nice little book with some good advice on running that I really didn't understand before. That being said, if you don't like running then this book is not for you. Otherwise, you will love it.

먹튀검증 is more than just about fitness and nutrition. Jurek's book talks about his journey from a skinny kid with hopes and dreams of being a world-class marathoner, to a vegan athlete to strict vegan. What he discovered is that his eating habits and the way he runs have become a vehicle for who he is as an athlete. Eat and run is a great motivator for the vegans and athletes who are trying to push themselves to go even further.

Eat and run is not a book on eating only or running. It is much more than that. It is a motivational, encouraging, take-you-by-the-hand manual on how to eat and run a successful and long-lasting athlete's career. Jurek shares secrets of what foods to eat during races and how to get energy from running instead of sugar and caffeine. Eating and running are a way of life and not a fad diet.

The most inspiring chapter in Eat and run is about Badwater Basin, the toughest racecourse in the world! Jurek prepares for the brutal climbs, narrow roads, and creek crossings over high speed, rough terrain in the mountains of Northern California. He discovers the importance of being comfortable with risk and how to handle it.

He knows what it was like to climb Death Valley during the winter and how hard and cold it can be. He tells the story of how he came to know that he could run and bike in the same day as he climbed Death Valley, knowing that the two activities provided equal challenges. He tells his story of how he pushed himself to the point where he could do those things and then do them again, day after day, without any pain or exhaustion. He made it through the first two miles of the race in a time of only 3 minutes.

Jurek's message is that running is not a "growing sport" for him; it is a "complete unknown." He reminds that although ultra-marathoners have been racing for years, few of them have ever equaled the intensity of what Jurek is doing now. He shows that by making running and biking a part of your life, you can become a more competent, focused, and self-aware athlete. He teaches the importance of pacing yourself during any activity, even something as simple as a leisurely stroll during your lunch hour.

Eat and Run shares the personal stories of many ultra-marathoners, from what it's like to run a quarter mile in a rainstorm, to tips for dealing with the pain and isolation that often comes with training in the Badwater Mountains. Jurek's book inspires you to listen to your body, rather than forcing it to act in ways that it does not always recognize. It reminds you that training is one of the most important factors in reaching your goals, but also gives you a great appreciation for the fact that, no matter how far you've gone, you are always just starting. With Eat and Run by Craig Ballantyne, you can start over, knowing that you have what it takes to reach your dreams.

What is most inspiring about Eat and Run is its honesty. Although Jurek is no stranger to sharing his adventures with readers, he makes it clear that being a marathoner is far more than just a physical challenge. You will learn that you have the drive to keep pushing yourself even when things look hopeless. In addition, you will discover how the mental aspect of running keeps you going when the going gets tough. You'll also get a good dose of motivation from reading some of the tales of other runners who are achieving fantastic results. For runners of all ages, this is an informative, entertaining, and motivating book that will leave you ready to conquer the next obstacle in your path.

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