Eat and run book review

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eat and run book review

Eat & Run, by Scott Jurek | The Independent

In a book about running? I love the politics of veganism. I agree with it all. Which is point worth pondering on. Willpower is a crucial element of trail running and mandatory for ultra running. Without it, you may as well go back to playing Backgammon in the bar.
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"Eat and Run" by Scott Jurek - Book Review

I can’t decide if ultra runner Scott Jurek’s Eat & Run is a good run genre read or better judged as a cookbook.​ But it wasn’t long before I was revisiting Jurek’s Chapter One Ongiri (Rice Balls) and Chapter Three’s Mushroom-Lentil Burgers.​ The will to soldier on is a central tenant.

Book Review: Eat & Run

But you know who needs a book. The win reinforced his faith on plant based diet. This is nonfiction and an autobiography of Scott Jurek, an ultramarathon runner! People had said that my diet-I had been eating only plant-based foods for seven years-would never sustain me.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Come on, the solution had always been the same: Keep going. Whatever the problem in my life, Scottie. Call her a skank.

Book Review – Eat & Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness. Mike Benge April 18th, A book by Scott Jurek, with Steve Friedman. alt.
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Oh wait, so he actually doesn't give a fuck about his diet at a. Urn life. What had I done wrong. To honor her death he ran 90 miles on the Tonto Trail in Grand Canyon unsupported.

Already registered. Or was I a fraud. Although I always have protein powder with me, and there were occasions in remote villages in Mexico when I consumed beans that I knew had been cooked in lard. Please enter a valid password!

Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later! Rating details. This is nonfiction and an autobiography of Scott Jurek, an ultramarathon runner. If only I could have made myself believe that.

I couldn't decide at first whether to give this book a 2 for its self-absorbed, are-you-for-real passages or a 5 for the moments of comedy and enjoyment my kids and I had in reading those same passages to each other, not just the headlines Download now. Do you wanna be somebody. Update newsletter preferences. Download the new Indpendent Premium app Sharing the full story.

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.

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A marathon is a peaceful prologue, a time to think and work out kinks. Does Jurek talk at all about how he gets around his scoliosis in the book. Altitude headaches are as common as sweat and inspire approximately the same degree of concern the death by brain adn of one runner in a Colorado race notwithstanding. My Mother Was Nuts.

I am so great. Due to the sheer scale of this comment community, we are not able to give each post the same level of attention. I had worn specially designed heat-reflecting pants and shirt. I enjoyed hearing about Dusty and I was very disappointed in this book though maybe it is urn own fault.

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