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Product NameEat And Run: My Unlikely Journey To Ultramarathon Greatness
LanguageEnglish
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Short DescriptionHardcover
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Length1 inches    (convert)
Weight17.6 ounces    (convert)
AuthorScott Jurek, Steve Friedman
Page Count272
BindingHardcover
Published06/05/2012
Long DescriptionThis book presents scientific information on all aspects of running, including physiology, biochemistry, psychology, and medical aspects.
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