Book Review: The Pursuit of Endurance: Harnessing the Record-Breaking Power of Strength and Resilience
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“Endurance isn’t the ability to overcome pain, it is the ability to embrace it with no end in sight.””Endurance is about trusting the invisible voice you believe in, even if nobody else does. Because there’s just as good a chance as not that something’s really there.” “But endurance is the ability to continue despite past results and with disregard for future outcomes.” Jennifer Pharr Davis, author, National Geographic Adventurer of the year, and record holder of the fastest-known time on the Appalachian Trail for four years –her record was broken by Scott Jurek, whose book North details his Appalachian Trail run– shares stories of feats of endurance as well as her own story in the very engaging The Pursuit of Endurance. Like Jurek’s book, I expected The Pursuit of Endurance to be Pharr Davis’ story, but instead, she shares her story along with the stories of many others who have inspired her. Interspersed throughout the book are tips and advice…
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