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Ultrarunning for Normal People by Sid Garza-Hillman
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Feb 06, 2024 | ISBN 9781958803387

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“As a runner whose life was changed for the better by tackling the challenge of completing ultramarathons, I’m encouraged by the growth in popularity of these events. With its combination of inspiration, humor, and practicality, Ultrarunning for Normal People promises to accelerate this happy trend, changing many more lives—and perhaps yours—for the better.”
—Matt Fitzgerald, author of Life Is a Marathon

“Have a job, family, and responsibilities, but want to challenge yourself with an ultramarathon? Sid Garza-Hillman has written the perfect book for you. Not your typical ultramarathon training guide, this book powerfully outlines lessons and habits to help you both successfully run your first ultramarathon and navigate a busy life.“
—Doug Hay, running coach and co-host of No Meat Athlete Radio

“This book is funny, relatable, and very informative. If you are interested in taking the plunge into ultrarunning or if you’re already an ultrarunner, I suggest you read this book. There’s something for everyone.”
—Hillary Allen, professional ultrarunner and author of Out and Back

“Garza-Hillman’s book shows us that our connections to nature, community, and our bodies are more important than most of us realize in a fast-paced, technology-driven modern world. Trail running is one of the best practices to build these connections, to slow down, and is something nearly any of us can do. Whether you’re on the fence about signing up for a race because it seems intimidating, or an experienced trail runner already, this book offers insights into how trail running can be a transformative life experience and bring us back to our empowering “wild” side.”
—Tayte Pollmann, Writer for the American Trail Running Association

“As a road runner I found so many parallels but also felt so inspired to dabble in trail running because it no longer felt so far out of reach but rather attainable. I have no doubt I’ll do an ultra in the future and be re-reading Sid’s book.”
—Michaela Robertson, Strides for Strength

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