Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance

Category: Book
By (author): Hutchinson, Alex
Subject:  HEALTH & FITNESS / Exercise
  NON-FICTION / General
  SPORTS & RECREATION / Running & Jogging
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: HarperCollins
Published: February 2018
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 9.00in x 6.00in x 1.05in
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From The Publisher*

Featuring a foreword by Malcolm Gladwell.

"If you want to gain insight into the mind of great athletes, adventurers, and peak performers then prepare to be enthralled by Alex Hutchinson's Endure."  - Bear Grylls

From the National Magazine Award-winning Runner's World columnist, frequent New Yorker online contributor, and Cambridge-trained physicist: a fascinating and definitive exploration of the revolutionary new science of endurance and the secrets of human performance. Alex Hutchinson, Ph.D., reveals why our individual limits may be determined as much by our head and heart, as by our muscles.

Review Quote*"This book is AMAZING!"
Review Quote*"If you want to gain insight into the mind of great athletes, adventurers, and peak performers then prepare to be enthralled by Alex Hutchinson's Endure."
Review Quote*"Alex Hutchinson's Endure is so much more than a sports book. It is a voyage to the outer reaches of human capacity, and a journey to the great interior - the human mind. Anyone who has ever felt exhausted is going to find their own experience in this book."
Review Quote*"We're all intrigued by amazing feats of human endurance, from Everest to marathon world records to global Ironman competitions. How do they do it? Alex Hutchinson's Endure explores the topic from every conceivable angle. An essential read for every endurance athlete."
Review Quote*"Carefully researched and based on the most current ideas in the science of running, Alex Hutchinson's Endure is written with a fluency that makes it easily accessible for all runners. This is an excellent resource for anyone seeking to better to understand how our minds influence our ultimate performances."