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This book is a warm, fascinating, human introduction to the sport of ultramarathoning. You'll find out what it's like for the stars, like Ann Trason and Tim Twietmeyer and Ian Torrence -- and also what it's like for average runners who decide to run through The Wall. In ultramarathoning, ordinary people can discover the extraordinary within themselves.
This book was written for anyone interested in running an ultra marathon. It really gets you pumped-up about hitting the trails.Published 5 months ago by andrew goodenough
I have made a goal for 2014. I am going to sign up for my first 50 mile race. I know that I may find myself experiencing a variety of emotions and problems though my training and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Minnesota Road n Trail
I love how simple and earthy this collection is. It makes me feel like I am sitting by a fire listening to ordinary people talking about extraordinary things. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Andrew Highsmith
Really enjoyed reading this. Very motivational to train for an ultramarathon. Hearing everyone's stories just lets you know its a dream you too can accomplish.Published 21 months ago by cnr
Enjoyed reading this book, gave lots of info if anyone is considering an ultra run. Good book to readfor any runner.
This book took a feat such as ultramarathoning, which many would view as unfathomable, and made it seem attainable. Read morePublished on February 15, 2012 by kmmrtb
Good overview of training and preparing for your first ultramarathon. For those already experienced with the sport, it may not be as helpful. Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by runandridegirl
Writing is not an easy craft and there is no reason to expect that a large group of ultrarunners would necessarily be up for the task, even to fill the four or five pages that make... Read morePublished on December 27, 2010 by Crow
I book this book because I was interested in learning more about ultra-distance running. I was not disappointed! Read morePublished on September 28, 2010 by Roger T.