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Despite his considerable athleticism, "Karno" argues that the first half of any race is run with one's body, and the second half with the mind. Without delving into excessively touchy-feely territory, he explores "the possibilities of self" as he completes an ultra-marathon in 120-degree heat in Death Valley, and later the first-ever marathon at the South Pole. It's an odd combination: a California surfer dude contemplating how, as Socrates said, "Suffering leads to wisdom." But Karnazes's self-motivation is utterly intriguing, and it's impossible to read this memoir without wanting to go out and run a marathon yourself.--Erica Jorgensen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Amazing read!!! A true inspiration to get out there and get moving:DPublished 18 days ago by Cristina&Georgie
One of the best books I have ever read and never gets old! Very motivating!!!Published 1 month ago by Robert Lowe
This is about Dean Karanzes who might be one of a kind. He is performing at great level in multiple disciplines for decades now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hector
This was totally inspiring. It's amazing to hear such incredible stories of endurance. Dean is a tank. I loved this.Published 3 months ago by tysonkreid