- Author:Scott Ludwig
- Publisher:iUniverse, Inc. (November 16, 2007)
- Pages:448 pages
- Subcategory:Individual Sports
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Ludwig's book is an excellent read into the insight of someone who uses running as a defining part of his life; but not . He has extended his running streak to over 29 years running consecutively every day for over 10,000 days.
Ludwig's book is an excellent read into the insight of someone who uses running as a defining part of his life; but not quite a full obsession. As a dedicated runner, with 40,000 miles on his legs, sometimes, I like to read stories of other runners who enjoy running not only as exercise but as an activity that clears the mind and provides a sense of enjoyment an freedom. In 2001 he founded the Darkside Running Club dedicated to ultramarathon runners and began publishing their newsletter, "Tales from the Darkside," the following year.
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Running through My Mind. Confessions of an Every Day Runner. Scott Ludwig lives with his wife Cindy and does the majority of his runs in Peachtree City, Georgia, where he?s accumulated most of his more than 105,000 lifetime miles. A New World of Publishing.
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Scott Ludwig who has run every day since November of 1978. Book: Running through My Mind by Scott Ludwig. Book: A Passion for Running by Scott Ludwig. Scott has stories about the big races like the Boston Marathon, the Western States 100, the Peachtree 5K and the Badwater 135 and the little, hidden races around much of the country. Chances are, over the 40 years of pounding the pavement, he’s run a bunch of them. He currently lives in a town that is part of the filming of The Walking Dead and directs a race that has evolved from that connection. Book: Running to Extremes by Scott Ludwig.
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That all changed after I read Scott Ludwig’s autobiography Running through My Mind: Confessions of an. .Scott first realized his potential as a runner while in high school after finishing third in one 600-yard . final exam run, but finishing first among those that didn’t throw up afterwards.
That all changed after I read Scott Ludwig’s autobiography Running through My Mind: Confessions of an Every Day Runner. His book has restored my passion for running and the camaraderie of my friends, and has motivated me to reach my running goals. It would be eight years until he ran again while attending the University of Florida. He ran with the Florida Track Club one evening in 1978, hoping to fall in with the slower group as they ran through campus.
A teammate on the Atlanta Track Club Mens Masters Team, discussing a 195-mile relay: How many runners does it take to run Hood-to-Coast? Twelve members of the mens masters team or one Scott Ludwig. Scott after dropping out of the Western States Endurance Run: That sure sucked. Scotts views on treadmills: Its not running if you dont go anywhere. A pal and crewmember for Scott at the Badwater Ultramarathon: When Scott was accepted into Badwater, the real question in my mind was not whether or not he would finish, but whether or not he would then let the (consecutive days of running) streak die a peaceful death. Scott after finishing the Western States Endurance Run: That still sucked.
Discover the motivational narrative behind these and many other observations in Scotts storyso far. Whether you just bought your first pair of running shoes or are a grizzled running veteran, Running through My Mind provides the encouragement you need to get out and get moving!