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Born to Run
- A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
- By: Christopher McDougall
- Narrated by: Fred Sanders
- Length: 11 hrs and 6 mins
Why we think it’s a great listen: Want to join the “superhumans”? Luckily you don’t have to run to catch up with them, thanks to McDougall’s and Sanders’ inspiring (and motivating) journey through history, science, physiology, health, entertaining characters and unlikely friendships. Full of incredible characters, amazing athletic achievements, cutting-edge science, and, most of all, pure inspiration, Born to Run is an epic adventure.
I'm not a runner ...
- By B.J. on 09-01-09
Could be life changing...
If you're hungry for simplicity, purity and a healthy path, this book may turn out to be more than entertainment! After discovering Michael Pollan, Dr. Mark Hyman & barefoot running, this book provided as much blueprint as story. While few will be tempted to jump off the edge of the world and live in paleolithic purity, the picture McDougall draws is compelling, as more and more elements of our modern world turn out to be false or unsustainably destructive. Besides, this book is a hell of a fun ride!
- The New Science of Personal Transformation
- By: Daniel J. Siegel
- Narrated by: Daniel J. Siegel
- Length: 11 hrs and 45 mins
From everyday stress to severe trauma, many obstacles to a full life can be overcome by developing what Dr. Daniel J. Siegel calls "mindsight," our ability to perceive the mind and literally redirect the flow of energy and information within our brains. Through this powerful capacity for insight and empathy, we can "rewire" crucial connections, create dynamic linkages, and open ourselves to relationships in a new way.
DO NOT MISS THIS BOOK!
- By Annie M. on 02-24-10
Provokes thought long after...q
Truly wonderful and useful! Don't let the Latin names of brain structures deter you from surfing the fascinating arc of this book, and the richness of observation that fertilizes our understanding of the Human Animal. The implications of the human brain's capacity for adaptive, structural change are radical for our lives. The implications for society and humankind are beyond staggering.
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