Προσφορά

Fat man to green man

From Unfit To UlatraMarathon

16.00 13.00

Διαστάσεις 13 × 19 cm
Συγγραφέας

Γλώσσα

ISBN

978-191-008-901-9

Pages

190

Fat man to green man

Περιγραφή

Περιγραφή

At times laugh out loud funny, at others quite poignant (the parts where Ira faces the impending loss of a dear friend are especially touching) this book is a fun take on one man’s journey to becoming an ultra runner, and finding himself in the process.” ultrarunnerpodcast.com “Rainey’s writing style appears to chime well with his running style; both are laid-back and casual (despite the trail miles required) and there is a gentle humour to the book that lifts it considerably.” runningmonkey.co.uk “It is written in a very readable style, with a gentle, self-deprecating sense of humour which draws you in and makes you want to read page after page without putting it down.” Ed Chapman – Ultramarathon runner

“Fat Man To Green Man is an intriguing, funny and sometimes poignant account of his long-distance running experience to date and is named for the race that forms the core subject – the Green Man Ultra.” Bristol Post “One man’s inspirational race to fitness.” The Bath Chronicle “The ending? It’s not what you will expect, but it will see you re-appraise everything in life you thought was certain. We think you will be inspired and, like us, are certain you may lose a few tears before you reach it.” Running Fitness Magazine “It’s an inspirational tale of Ira’s battle with inner demons and ill health…I felt as if I was right beside him…” Trail Running Magazine “Ira’s writing style is insightful and friendly and you get drawn in on the adventure that he embarks on. Suddenly running an ultra seems achievable; you want to be there getting muddy at the Slog and exploring the Green Man route with Bear

” So Let’s Go Running Magazine “So many things are covered here, the back-to-back training runs, the speed work (I was actually a bit intmidated by how fast he can knock out a 5K), the nutrition and weight loss and dealing with injury and recovery. He discovered that he was not bionic but overall he was very capable of running long distances and recalling the tales very vividly.” James Adams – Ultramarathon runner and author of Running and Stuff

Επιπρόσθετες Πληροφορίες

Διαστάσεις 13 × 19 cm
Συγγραφέας

Γλώσσα

ISBN

978-191-008-901-9

Pages

190