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📒Eat Run ✍ Scott Jurek
📝Eat Run Book Synopsis : Traces the author's remarkable career while revealing the influence of his vegan lifestyle, describing his transition from a Midwestern hunter to a record-breaking athlete.
📒Eat And Run ✍ Jean Harbour
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📒Eating On The Run ✍ Evelyn Tribole
📝Eating on the Run Book Synopsis : A national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association and the food and nutrition editor for "Shape" magazine helps readers eat nutritiously in spite of a busy lifestyle. Tribole promotes meals that take one minute or less to fix, plus worthwhile brand name snacks, nutritional food items.
📒Eat And Run ✍ Jan Ferris Koltun
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📒The Little Red Book Of Running ✍ Scott Douglas
📝The Little Red Book of Running Book Synopsis : Offers tips on running, from training to apparel to setting and achieving goals.
📒Run Fast Eat Slow ✍ Shalane Flanagan
📝Run Fast Eat Slow Book Synopsis : Fuel up like 2017 New York City Marathon Champion Shalane Flanagan From world-class marathoner and 4-time Olympian Shalane Flanagan and chef Elyse Kopecky comes a whole foods, flavor-forward cookbook--and New York Times bestseller--that proves food can be indulgent and nourishing at the same time. Finally here's a cookbook for runners that shows fat is essential for flavor and performance and that counting calories, obsessing over protein, and restrictive dieting does more harm than good. Packed with more than 100 recipes for every part of your day, mind-blowing nutritional wisdom, and inspiring stories from two fitness-crazed women that became fast friends more than 15 years ago, Run Fast. Eat Slow. has all the bases covered. You'll find no shortage of delicious meals, satisfying snacks, thirst-quenching drinks, and wholesome treats--all made without refined sugar and flour. Fan favorites include Can't Beet Me Smoothie, Arugula Cashew Pesto, High-Altitude Bison Meatballs, Superhero Muffins, Kale Radicchio Salad with Farro, and Double Chocolate Teff Cookies.
📒Swim Bike Run Eat ✍ Tom Holland
📝Swim Bike Run Eat Book Synopsis : It's race day and you have your running shoes, sleek suits, bikes, goggles, and watches, but if you haven't been training with the proper nutrition, you'll be left in the dust in the third mile. In this book, Tom Holland joins sports dietitian Amy Goodson
📒Eating Identities ✍ Wenying Xu
📝Eating Identities Book Synopsis : The French epicure and gastronome Brillat-Savarin declared, Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are. Wenying Xu infuses this notion with cultural-political energy by extending it to an ethnic group known for its cuisines: Asian Americans. She begins with the general argument that eating is a means of becoming not simply in the sense of nourishment but more importantly of what we choose to eat, what we can afford to eat, what we secretly crave but are ashamed to eat in front of others, and how we eat. Food, as the most significant medium of traffic between the inside and outside of our bodies, organizes, signifies, and legitimates our sense of self and distinguishes us from others, who practice different foodways. Narrowing her scope, Xu reveals how cooking, eating, and food fashion Asian American identities in terms of race/ethnicity, gender, class, diaspora, and sexuality. She provides lucid and informed interpretations of seven Asian American writers (John Okada, Joy Kogawa, Frank Chin, Li-Young Lee, David Wong Louie, Mei Ng, and Monique Truong) and places these identity issues in the fascinating spaces of food, hunger, consumption, appetite, desire, and orality. Asian American literature abounds in culinary metaphors and references, but few scholars have made sense of them in a meaningful way. Most literary critics perceive alimentary references as narrative strategies or part of the background; Xu takes food as the central site of cultural and political struggles waged in the seemingly private domain of desire in the lives of Asian Americans. Eating Identities is the first book to link food to a wide range of Asian American concerns such as race and sexuality. Unlike most sociological studies, which center on empirical analyses of the relationship between food and society, it focuses on how food practices influence psychological and ontological formations and thus contributes significantly to the growing field of food studies. For students of literature, this tantalizing work offers an illuminating lesson on how to read the multivalent meanings of food and eating in literary texts. "
📒The Gigantic Book Of Running Quotations ✍ Hal Higdon
📝The Gigantic Book of Running Quotations Book Synopsis : George Sheehan, a celebrated running writer, philosopher, and physician, once wrote, The more I run, the more certain I am that I am heading for my real goal: to become the person I am. Today, many runners?whether they are training for the Olympics or whether they fit runs into their lunch hours?would agree that for them the sport is much more than a way to stay in shape. Their running defines who they are and leads them to achieve goals that they might never have thought possible. This tremendous collection of wisdom captures the spirit and passion of those who run in over 3,000 entries, covering topics such as training, gear, running philosophy, and running in youth and old age. The Gigantic Book of Running Wisdom will inspire everyone from seasoned marathoners to running novices. It includes thoughts from famous athletes, writers, politicians, and more, including Percy Cerutty, Carl Lewis, Tom Brokaw, David Letterman, William Shakespeare, Farrah Fawcett, Emil Ztopek, Bill Rodgers, Friedrich Nietzsche, Sebastian Coe, Bill Clinton, Grete Waitz, Roger Bannister, and hundreds of others. The one thing they all have in common is their understanding that, as Amby Burfoot put it, As we run, we become.
📒My First 100 Marathons ✍ Jeffrey Horowitz
📝My First 100 Marathons Book Synopsis : When Horowitz went out for his first run in 1985, it changed his life forever. Eighteen years later he completed his 100th marathon. This is his story, as well as the story of every runner who has found joy and satisfaction in a training routine, in reaching a goal, or in finishing a race.