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Damn you, Jurek.

They say that the first stage of recovery is admitting you have a problem. Well, I have a problem. And it’s Scott Jurek’s fault.

Here’s why. 603 more words

Guest Blog - Running book review (Eat & Run - Scott Jurek)

“Every single one of us possesses the strength to attempt something he isn’t sure he can accomplish. It can be running a mile, or a 10K race, or 100 miles. 376 more words

on eating animals: chef anthony bourdain, novelist jonathan safran foer, and ultrarunner scott jurek

In college I had a crush on a long-haired, Birkenstock-wearing guy who let everyone who would listen know he was a proud vegan.  This man was attractive to me for many reasons, but one of the main reasons I found myself so compelled by him–and his diet–was his complete passion for everything he did.   946 more words


What do I want from running during 2015?

Monday evening Matt and I went for a 5 mile run. He’d created Club Athens for him, me and Liam on Strava so we can keep up with each other’s’ training and as a way of remembering that beautiful run of Athens Marathon last November were the three of us last ran together. 634 more words


Silver linings

Ok, I’m going to be honest with you: training last week was hard. While I’m normally full of energy and over-enthusiastic about pretty much everything, last week was a struggle and I got into, what Scott Jurek would call, a bit of a ‘funk’. 1,050 more words


Eat and Run

This is a great follow-up read to Born to Run . Scott Jurek is one of the superathletes featured in the epic race detailed in Born to Run and Scott has now written his own take on what it means to push the limits of mind and body and to be a healthier and happier person because of it. 621 more words

Positive Review

Eat and Run

We all lose sometimes. We fail to get what we want. Friends and loved ones leave. We make a decision we regret. We try our hardest and come up short.

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