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kindle µ Testing the Limits of Body and Spirit in a Year of Living Strenuously Ü Bill McKibben In his late 30s celebrated essayist journalist and author Bill McKibben never much of an athlete decided the time had come for him to really test his body Cross country skiing his challenge of choice he lived the fantasy of many amateur athletes and trained with the help of a coachguru nearly full time putting in hours and miles typical of an Olympic hopeful For one vigorous year which would culminate in a series of grueling long distance races McKibben experienced his body's rhythms and possibilities as never before But the year also brought tragedy to McKibben and his family as his father developed a life threatening illness Forcing a deeper exploration of both body and spirit the arrival of this illness transforms McKibben's action packed memoir into a moving account of two men coming to terms with the limits of the flesh The author of such impassioned and groundbreaking books as The End of Nature and The Age of Missing Information Bill McKibben is re nowned as an original thinker Here writing with his trademark honesty and insight he once again creates a provocative and unconventional book a fascinating portrait of a man in midlife pushing his body and soul to the breaking point and learning some unexpected truths along the way

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Long Distance Testing the Limits of Body and Spirit in a Year of Living StrenuouslyIn his late 30s celebrated essayist journalist and author Bill McKibben never much of an athlete decided the time had come for him to really test his body Cross country skiing his challenge of choice he lived the fantasy of many amateur athletes and trained with the help of a coachguru nearly full time putting in hours and miles typical of an Olympic hopeful For one vigorous year which would culminate in a series of grueling long distance races McKibben experienced his body's rhythms and possibilities as never before But the year also brought tragedy to McKibben and his family as his father developed a life threatening illness Forcing a deeper exploration of both body and spirit the arrival of this illness transforms McKibben's action packed memoir into a moving account of two men coming to terms with the limits of the flesh The author of such impassioned and groundbreaking books as The End of Nature and The Age of Missing Information Bill McKibben is re nowned as an original thinker Here writing with his trademark honesty and insight he once again creates a provocative and unconventional book a fascinating portrait of a man in midlife pushing his body and soul to the breaking point and learning some unexpected truths along the way