BORN TO RUN CHRISTOPHER MCDOUGALL EBOOK

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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Victor from Good read Enjoy the read. Good story teller.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Nancy from Not great but not bad It was a good book but he had this tendency to go off in weird directions that made little sense before finally circling back to the original tale. Kinda difficult to follow in parts. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tearra from Different Not boring better than I expected.

Most importantly I learned something and gained a little bit more of inspiration! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Ian from Born to run a must read I read a lot and this was the best read I have had in along time.

Born To Run

I won't repeat what other people have said about this book, but I agreed with most of them. Almost 1 year after reading it, I still think about it from time to time. For example, one day I dropped my car off at the garage and all of a sudden, felt compelled to just run home.

Not a casual jog, but a full out run which I did for almost the entire 2KM. Another example, I always feel a little bit guilty telling my 2-year old to stop running. Sometimes when Mom's not around I allow him to go wild, and just watch his perfect little body go-go-go, then think about this story.

As the title says, this is a special book! Yet I've been researching Vibram Five-Fingers to use while resistance training and I'll tell you right now: I am not a runner. I hate running. I hate the feeling of pounding the pavement and sucking wind. Part of that's going to be because I don't train for endurance and part of that is because I have no clue what I'm doing. Running involves technique - more than I ever expected. Recommendations for this book kept popping up one of the characters in the book swears by Vibrams and with my Christmas gift cards in my pocket I picked up a copy.

And you know It looks like I was going about it all the wrong way. Through his research he discovers and introduces the reader to the Tarahumara Indians of Mexico who for centuries have enjoyed running for everything from recreation to hunting running down deer.

McDougall looks at the history, the science and the love of running in short, enjoyable vignettes written in an easy to read very entertaining manner.

Born to Run

It doesn't fit into any easy category, but it fulfills my requirements in several. So when I caught an interview of Christopher Mcdougall on the Daily Show I wanted to learn more about the Tarahumara Indians and how they run hundreds of miles in thin sandals.

I was thinking maybe I could add them to my arguments for barefoot running. Little did I know, but Chris had the most complete, well thought out argument for barefoot running I could have asked for.

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I was amazed when he systematically covered absolutely everything I knew about barefoot running and then more! I have had a couple false starts with barefoot running, Canadian winters make it a little tougher to keep it up ;- but this book has given me new found motivation. The suspense of several races in it makes it difficult to put down, several nights I stayed up reading it far longer than I should have.

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Matt Fitzgerald. The Orenda. It is well written and entertaining as well! Thank You for Arguing, Third Edition. Start a book on your smartphone, pick up where you left off on your laptop and even fall asleep while listening on your tablet - you'll never lose your place.

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An operatic ode to the joys of running. Thank you.

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