Prefontaine the legend.
I’m pretty sure I said this first. If not, I should have!
Lots of folks are talking about this article on ultramarathons. Unfortunately, an ultramarathon is so long that your knees will implode if you attempt it. It’s best to skip the article and go straight to the comments. I’ve summed up one of the best comments in this picture.
The reviews for Brolympus’ Guide to Running Marathons are in and they are unanimous! All of them give the book FIVE STARS! Here’s just a brief sampling from one of the reviews*:
“I laughed my way through this whole book. If you are a runner, or know a runner (or a cyclist or god forbid, a triathlete) then this is the perfect book for you. Forget those other running books written by ‘experts’, I can’t wait to start my training the Brolympus way!!”
Note as well that there are TWO exclamation marks. That’s twice as good as one!
*Technically this is the only review. And I copied the entire thing here. But if you’ve purchased the book and you are prepared to give it five stars and two or more exclamation marks, please add your review to the Amazon page for the book. Otherwise forget you ever saw this.
The most important question to ask a triathlete
So many would-be runners suffer from the same problem. They would like to run a marathon, but no one tells them what to do. Fortunately, in just one week, they will no longer have that excuse. BROLYMPUS’ GUIDE TO RUNNING MARATHONS goes on sale November 11!