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Born to Run are the field sports, sports and demographic studies book which is based on Christopher’s training, research, and experiences. Christopher McDougall is the author of this fantastic book. This is an amazing book that discusses the natural virtues of running. Running is the most basic and essential exercise to stay healthy. There are no such sports in the planet which you can master without running.
Football, hockey, swimming, cricket, badminton, rugby, and tennis needs special running stamina to achieve the ultimate level of fitness. These are the games which need another talent as well along with running but have to master when you decided to run in the marathon. Christopher is also a long-distance runner but due to injuries, he cannot pursue his passion. He is inspired by an indigenous Mexican tribe who are popular due to long-distance running.
They have their special training and they all are incredible when it comes to running. This Mexican tribe is the gifted athletes and they have the ability to run in the 100-mile races. They live in hot Copper Canyon and rugged where they have their own standards. They wear flat sandals instead of running shoes.
Details About Born to Run by Christopher McDougall PDF
- Name: Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
- Authors: Christopher McDougall
- Publish Date: March 29, 2011
- Language: English
- Genre: Extreme Sports, Demographics,
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 1.3 MB
- Pages: 304
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 0307279189
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