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eBook Runner as Hero: The inner quest of becoming an athlete or just about anything. . .at any age: The inner quest of becoming an athlete or just about anything...at any age ePub

by Jay Kimiecik

  • ISBN: 0761847952
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Subcategory: Outdoors Sport
  • Author: Jay Kimiecik
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Press of America (September 23, 2009)
  • Pages: 164
  • ePub book: 1138 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1965 kb
  • Other: mobi azw lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 408

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In Runner as Hero, Jay Kimiecik becomes an athlete again in his case, a masters runner as a way to revive his life. Kimiecik explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-experimental, self-reflective lens merging science, mythology, and performance psychology.

In Runner as Hero, Jay Kimiecik becomes an athlete again in his case, a masters runner as a way to revive his life. On his heroic journey, Kimiecik talks to aging experts, scientists, top-performing athlet In Runner as Hero, Jay Kimiecik becomes an athlete again in his case, a masters runner as a way to revive his life. Kimiecik explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-experimental, self-reflective.

In Runner as Hero, Jay Kimiecik becomes an athlete again-in his case, a masters runner-as a way to revive his life. Kimiecik explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-experimental, self-reflective lens- merging science, mythology, and performance psychology. On his heroic journey, Kimiecik talks to aging experts, scientists, top-performing athletes, and the ghost of legendary Steve Prefontaine.

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Jay Kimiecik, Doug Newburg. In Runner as Hero, Jay Kimiecik becomes an athlete again in his case, a masters runner as a way to revive his life. Kimiecik's keen observations of everyday living and irreverent style take him on a journey to find the hero within.

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This book explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-­experimental, self-­reflective lens .

This book explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-­experimental, self-­reflective lens, merging science, mythology, and performance psychology. The result is a fascinating, inspiring tale about how living as an athlete can serve as a motivational metaphor for feeling alive and getting good-­in practically anything.

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Key words: letter, from, Danny, What sports, at your school, Which, your favourite, What, you prefer, team sports, individual sports, How, you keep fit Dear Danny, Thanks for your news. I’m glad you asked me about sport because I love anything to do with physical exercise. We play football, basketball and hockey at my school. twice a week and I play on the basketball team which is, of course, my favourite sport. I really look forward to playing with the team or just with my friends on the court. I believe that winning a match is not just about you as an individual, but on team co-operation.

This book explores the world of aging, training, and performing through a self-experimental, self-reflective lens, merging science, mythology, and performance psychology. The result is a fascinating, inspiring tale about how living as an athlete can serve as a motivational metaphor for feeling alive and getting good-in practically anything.