Now Stu Mittleman, probably the foremost advocate of slow exercise, wants to reopen the argument. Slow Burn presents an entire lifestyle plan built around running slowly. He doesn't disagree with the idea that you can lose weight faster by training faster; he just thinks it's too stressful for the body to exercise that way.
Mittleman is one of the most famous long-distance runners in the world, and by long, we're talking really long: he once ran 571 miles in six days. So the program he outlines in Slow Burn shows you how to slow down and achieve more--an exercise plan that's less stressful to your body; a diet plan with less sugar and more healthy, unsaturated fats from fish and olive oil; and some tips about rethinking your everyday life to make it less stressful. (For example, he advocates the 85 percent rule: try to do everything the right way 85 percent of the time, and don't knock yourself out over the last 15 percent.) He also peppers the book with theories he's picked up from various branches of alternative medicine and nutrition--applied kinesiology, reflexology, and eating according to blood type. Mittleman's plan isn't for everyone. Certainly, if you like weight lifting or fast-paced sports like hockey and basketball, you won't find much to like here. But if you hate the pressure to always go faster, faster, faster, in life and in exercise, you'll find that Mittleman is on your side. --Lou Schuler --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Stu Mittleman is a much-sought-after fitness educator whose clients include celebrities and business and community leaders as well as thousands of dedicated husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, who aspire to excellence in their health and vitality. Mittleman holds two master's degrees in movement and social science and set a world record by running 1,000 miles in eleven days. Since 1991, he has been a featured guest speaker at Anthony Robbins's Mastery University and runs his own company, WorldUltrafit, based in La Jolla, California. A native New Yorker, he currently lives in Solana Beach, California, with his wife, Mary Beth, and two children, Beau and Mackenzie.
Katherine Callan studied journalism at Boston University and has worked at national consumer magazines, including Success magazine, where she reported on the leading thinkers in self-improvement and human performance. Callan writes and edits for traditional and new-media companies and is launching a specialty publication, For Marathoners Only. She lives and works in New York City and has run thirteen marathons.
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while the basic premise of this book - the fat burning vs sugar burning exercise in this book is awesome. the diet and nutrition part is not. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eduardas Kubilinskas
For the distance runner or someone even starting out and may be discouraged. A must read, Speek kills, slow down and enjoy your running again. This is a good read.Published 2 months ago by John Longan
Interesting approach to go for very slow running. Don't know if I will go this route or stay on 'classic' training.Published 3 months ago by Martin Schoeberl
The book contained a lot of useful information that I was looking for.Published 3 months ago by Paul R. Sutton
So glad I saw Stu Mittleman's daughters review and decided to read this myself. I'm sharing it with all .Published 5 months ago by chisholm deupree
Let me begin by saying that this book found me. I needed something to help me achieve my goals as a distance runner, and sometimes the Universe reveals help in subtle ways. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark E. Sundermann
This book is full of information that fits all running levels. A beginner will feel satisfied they chose this book as would a professional looking for that extra edge.Published 5 months ago by M. Doyle