I wanted to read/ listen to this after learning about Scott Jurek in "Born to Run".
The title slightly put me off, as I was worried that it would be very preachy about the vegan lifestyle, but it isn't.
The story is fascinating and inspiring and every so often he throws in some great running tips.
Definitely worth a read/ listen.
a great book for anyone interested in running or training for any run from a 10km to a marathon and beyond (and you will learn all about how far beyond people go!)
This book has been much referenced in UK sports in recent years - especially football - and you can see why, even if the major Premier League teams show few signs of heeding the lessons. The sheer weight of baseball statistics can be a bit heavy at times for us Brits, but it's a fascinating story of applying intelligent and analytical thinking to the task of building a sports team. The descriptions of groupthink and received-wisdoms in the baseball management and scouting community are funny and insightful, and no doubt have parallels in our sports. If you're a sports fan, I recommend it, but if you don't like sport, don't spend your money on this - however much you liked Brad Pitt in the movie.