We have recently had a couple conversations with Stu Mittleman, a fascinating person who I first met a decade ago at a Tony Robbins seminar. Stu is a well-known Ultramarathoner. He once held the US record for the 100 mile run. And he ran 500 miles in six days.
But most importantly, he has developed an approach to training for running that anyone can adopt. And it will most likely help you enjoy exercise more and burn more fat in the process. I am now telling everyone in the Tip Of The Day program to get a copy of this book. Stu is one of those people whose work we feel is extremely important, and this book ought to be in your library!
For those of you who run, maybe train for races this book will be of great benefit. We will be hearing a lot more from Stu, but please click on this link and add this book to your Amazon cart right now:
This is a great if only I could do that. I find it hard running at all but am finding it easier every day to exercise as I burn fat and regain my original body shape.
Posted by: Trevor Gardner | August 30, 2010 at 11:42 AM
Who knows what the best Sports drink is for you? I usually drink a 32oz.- zero calorie powerade during my workouts. I am just worried about the ingredients in them with all the bad talk about Acesulfame and who knows what else is in them.Any better recommendations for electrolyte replacements?? Thanks!!
Posted by: Jackie | August 19, 2010 at 10:46 PM
I completely admire the ultra marathon runner, but is part of the ability in the genetics? I cannot run long distance at all, and I've tried all sorts of programs to improve. i have no problem in endurance in swimming or cycling. weird
Posted by: john | July 29, 2010 at 12:48 PM
500 miles in 6 days is not for the average people. Of course it should work, I'll check the book
Posted by: Elodie | May 13, 2010 at 06:05 PM
500 miles in 6 days is quite insane. I may have to pick up a copy of his book based on that fact alone. It is important to note, though, that the concept of the slow burn doesn't apply to all workouts; its more specific than people seem to think.
Posted by: Lose Weight Really Fast | November 20, 2009 at 09:45 AM
I loved this book! The author's casual writing style makes you feel like a friend and is so motivating! It will revolutionize the way you approach exercise.
Posted by: lisa marino | June 02, 2009 at 08:57 AM