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By Scott Jurek, Steve Friedman
For approximately twenty years, Scott Jurek has been a dominant force—and darling—in the grueling and transforming into game of ultrarunning. till lately he held the yank 24-hour list and he was once one of many elite runners profiled within the runaway bestseller Born to Run.
In Eat and Run, Jurek opens up approximately his lifestyles and occupation as a champion athlete with a plant-based nutrition and conjures up runners at each point. From his Midwestern youth looking, fishing, and cooking for his meat-and-potatoes relations to his sluggish transition to ultrarunning and veganism, Scott’s tale exhibits the ability of an iron will and blows aside the stereotypes of what athletes may still consume to gas optimum functionality. choked with tales of festival in addition to technological know-how and useful advice—including his personal recipes—Eat and Run will inspire readers and extend their nutrition horizons.
“Jurek’s tale and concepts should still simply be capable of communicate to and cheer on a person trying to dwell lifestyles as totally as possible.”—Denver Post
“A shockingly sincere, revealing, and encouraging memoir.”—Trail Runner
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