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“In pursuing the mental side of endurance, Jurek uncovers the most important secrets any runner can learn.”—Amby Burfoot, author of The Runner’s Guide to the Meaning of Life

For nearly two decades, Scott Jurek has been a dominant force—and darling—in the grueling and growing sport of ultrarunning. Until recently he held the American 24-hour record and he was one of the elite runners profiled in the runaway bestseller Born to Run.

In Eat and Run, Jurek opens up about his life and career as a champion athlete with a plant-based diet and inspires runners at every level. From his Midwestern childhood hunting, fishing, and cooking for his meat-and-potatoes family to his slow transition to ultrarunning and veganism, Scott’s story shows the power of an iron will and blows apart the stereotypes of what athletes should eat to fuel optimal performance. Full of stories of competition as well as science and practical advice—including his own recipes—Eat and Run will motivate readers and expand their food horizons.

“Jurek’s story and ideas should easily manage to speak to and cheer on anyone seeking to live life as fully as possible.”—Denver Post

“A shockingly honest, revealing, and inspiring memoir.”—Trail Runner

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Eat and Run
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4.1 / 5
Great read
July 11th, 2014
Enjoyable read for anyone into running, plant-based diets, and living a conscious, healthy lifestyle.
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January 23rd, 2014
Good and interesting read but not the best book iv read on ultra marathon running. Worst part of the book are the recipes he puts up at the end of every chapter. Which i found a pointless waste of space in a book. But some people might like it. Overall good book for runners
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Inspiring
June 5th, 2013
Thoroughly enjoyable autobiography/cookbook by ultra marathoner Scott Jurek, it's refreshing to read about his humble beginnings and inspiring to read about his passion for the sport. Sprinkled with yummy looking recipes and running tips, it's a solid read. The races get a big redundant and the story lags by the last quarter, but ends, like many races, with a strong finish.
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