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I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a good non-fiction story and finds joy in running.
What I appreciate about Martin Dugard's writing is that I relate to a lot of how he approaches both life and running.
I checked this book out at the library one day and loved it so much that I renewed it so that I could read it again.
Getting through endurance runner Martin Dugard's Book, To Be A Runner, was, for me, an endurance test in and of itself. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Naseem Rakha
Book was passionate on the topic of running. Anyone who has structured their life around a laser focus on running will appreciate the author's approach to life and running.Published 4 months ago by komalley65
Unfortunately I don't have much time to read so it's taking me a long time to read it but it's very humorous and fun to read.Published 6 months ago by Coleen Gracyk-wooten
Decent read. He covers a lot of personal running journeys etc. The insight on coaching and writing books is ok too.Published 7 months ago by Ted Flickinger
To be a Runner is a nice read for anyone who has been running for a while or is new to running.Published 8 months ago by Michael R. Dicello
I love this book. It takes me places i have been and want to go. It relates real life and how running can influence the way we live and builds who we are... Read morePublished 11 months ago by tiffany kenny
I'm always looking for something to inspire me into liking running. I run, I can't say I particularly enjoy it all the time, but I always feel like I've accomplished something... Read morePublished 14 months ago by M. Reynard
Quick read with many great stories about running. I've read this and also given it as a gift. Highly recommend.Published 15 months ago by LindseyM
Gave it to my adult kid - she loved it. blah blah She said it was a good read. She loves to run.Published 16 months ago by Gregory C. Holt