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    Good overview of Endurance

    I’ve enjoyed reading the book. It explores sports endurance from its many different (if not all) angles and viewpoints and provides sufficient background information for further analysis and contemplation. So, all in all, a good read and motivation for my own exploration of enhancing endurance.
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    A must read for endurance atheletes

    As a cyclist interested in endurance rides (think 100 miles+) I was interested to see a book had been written that probes into all the things I ponder whilst enjoying "type 2" fun. This book certainly doesn't disappoint, it is totally fascinating and so good I'm probably going to have to read it a second time. For example there is a chapter on thirst that explains how the thirst mechanism works and the difference between thirst and your hydration state. Note that although it has a running angle the information is by no means limited to runners. Highly recommended.
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    Very Good

    Well written and interesting review of the science of endurance touching on a number of sports including running and cycling. Well researched and balanced view of historical and current research. Nice narrative elements of own running experience, other anecdotes and the Nike 2 hr attempt.

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