We’re all part of the running community that greatly adds to our enjoyment of running. While those of us who’ve discovered ultramarathons have been able to learn from those around us, there’s yet to be a comprehensive guide to training and racing ultramarathons to fill our community’s need. That’s why I’ve spent the past year and a half working on Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons. More than a dozen others, who represent the top ultrarunners and experts, also recognized our community’s need and graciously contributed to make book as helpful to you and your friends as possible.
By reducing ultrarunning’s steep learning curve, Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons aims to have you or your friends spending more time enjoying running and its camaraderie and less time suffering unnecessarily. If you want to inspire others in our community of runners who might be looking for a new running challenge or to ease the path of those who have already started their ultramarathon journey, please get the word out about this book.
Here are some easy ways to enjoy the book as well as to help other runners learn of this new resource:
Order Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons today. (Go nuts and order a copy to help a friend!) Know that a big surge of initial orders will catch the eyes of both bookstores and the media, which will help give even more runners access to the book.
Mention the book on Facebook or Twitter.
If you have a blog, write a post about Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons.
I’m so thankful to have the running community be such a big part of my life. Today is the book's official launch day and it's one of my happiest days in that this once in a lifetime accomplishment (or least one that feels that way) is something that benefits our tribe. It’s my hope that you’ll pass this news along to anyone you think would benefit from the book. Please let me know if there’s any thing I can do to help you or those you care about.
Ps. Keep running. You’re awesome!
Author, Relentless Forward Progress: A Guide to Running Ultramarathons