Running on Empty

Author: Marshall Ulrich

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101513853

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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117 marathons, 52 days, 32 pairs of shoes, 57 years old: A fascinating glimpse inside the mind of an ultramarathon runner and the inspirational saga of his phenomenal journey running across America. The ultimate endurance athlete, Marshall Ulrich has run more than 100 foot races averaging over 100 miles each, completed 12 expedition-length adventure races, and ascended the Seven Summits - including Mount Everest - all on his first attempt. Yet his run from California to New York- the equivalent of running two marathons and a 10K every day for nearly two months straight - proved to be his most challenging effort yet. Featured in the recent documentary film, Running America, Ulrich clocked the 3rd fastest transcontinental crossing to date and set new records in multiple divisions. In Running on Empty, he shares the gritty backstory, including brushes with death, run-ins with the police, and the excruciating punishments he endured at the mercy of his maxed-out body. Ulrich also reached back nearly 30 years to when the death of the woman he loved drove him to begin running - and his dawning realization that he felt truly alive only when pushed to the limits. Filled with mind-blowing stories from the road and his sensational career, Ulrich's memoir imbues an incredible read with a universal message for athletes and nonathletes alike: face the toughest challenges, overcome debilitating setbacks, and find deep fulfillment in something greater than achievement Watch a Video

Running on Empty

Author: Arron Chambers

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 9781562923044

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 8705


For anyone who needs a "fill-up," this book outlines 21 qualities for living life to the fullest based on the Gospel of John.

Running on Empty

Author: Robyn Koumourou

Publisher: Cocoon Books Australia

ISBN: 9780957767058

Category: Hypothyroidism

Page: 332

View: 4911


It is estimated that around 1 in 14 Australians suffer with a thyroid condition. Hypothyroidism is the most common disorder of the thyroid gland and can occur at any age. Some symptoms are fatigue, weight gain, muscle weakness, recurrent infections, cold intolerance, hair loss, skin conditions and depression. Often thyroid diseas is overlooked or misdiagnosed and sometime poorly investigated and inadequately treated.

Running on Empty

Author: Jeremy Carrad

Publisher: Pegasus Elliot Mackenzie Pu

ISBN: 9781843862185

Category:

Page: 352

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Running on Empty

Author: Jonice Webb,Christine Musello

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

ISBN: 1614482438

Category: Self-Help

Page: 250

View: 2582


This informative guide helps you identify and heal from childhood emotional neglect so you can be more connected and emotionally present in your life. Do you sometimes feel like you’re just going through the motions in life? Do you often act like you’re fine when you secretly feel lonely and disconnected? Perhaps you have a good life and yet somehow it’s not enough to make you happy. Or perhaps you drink too much, eat too much, or risk too much in an attempt to feel something good. If so, you are not alone—and you may be suffering from emotional neglect. A practicing psychologist for more than twenty years, Jonice Webb has successfully treated numerous patients who come to her believing that something is missing inside them. While many self-help books deal with what happened to you as a child, in Running on Empty, Webb addresses the things that may not have happened for you. What goes unsaid—or what cannot be remembered—can have profound consequences that may be affecting you to this day. Running on Empty will help you understand your experiences and give you clear strategies for healing. It also includes a special chapter for mental health professionals.

Running on Empty

Author: Michael J. Molloy,Peter Duschinsky,Kurt F. Jensen,Robert J. Shalka

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

ISBN: 0773550631

Category: History

Page: 582

View: 5264


The fall of Saigon in April 1975 resulted in the largest and most ambitious refugee resettlement effort in Canada’s history. Running on Empty presents the challenges and successes of this bold refugee resettlement program. It traces the actions of a few dozen men and women who travelled to seventy remote refugee camps, worked long days in humid conditions, subsisted on dried noodles and green tea, and sometimes slept on their worktables while rats scurried around them – all in order to resettle thousands of people displaced by war and oppression. After initially accepting 7,000 refugees from camps in Guam, Hong Kong, and military bases in the US in 1975, Canada passed the 1976 Immigration Act to establish new refugee procedures and introduce private refugee sponsorship. In July of 1979, the federal government under Prime Minister Joe Clark announced that Canada would accept an unprecedented 50,000 refugees – later increased to 60,000 – more than half of whom would be sponsored by ordinary Canadians. Running on Empty presents gripping first-hand accounts of the government officials tasked with selecting refugees from eight different countries, receiving and matching them with sponsors, and helping churches, civic organizations, and groups of neighbours to receive and integrate the newcomers in cities, towns, and rural communities across Canada. Timely and inspiring, Running on Empty offers essential lessons for governments, organizations, and individuals trying to come to grips with refugee crises in the twenty-first century.

Running on Empty

Author: Jill Briscoe

Publisher: CLC Publications

ISBN: 1619580810

Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 6146


Feeling burned out? Unfulfilled? Drained? Jill Briscoe offers hope and comfort for those times in life when we feel empty and tired. With wit and candor, Briscoe draws lessons from several biblical figures that provide spiritual refreshment and renewal to those who are running on empty.

Running on Empty

Author: Stephanie and Bennie Kirk

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1491854952

Category: Poetry

Page: 50

View: 4441


Running on Empty is a series of poems designed to get and individual thinking about their present attitude and meditating on the word to help change their way of thinking and therefore their way of doing things. There are also several poems that reflect on people who have touched our lives and their impact on our present and future successes.

Running on empty

Author: Lucas, Karen

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 184742600X

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

View: 4819


Running on empty argues that past failure to address fundamental inequalities in the ability of low-income households to access adequate transport has undermined effective delivery of welfare policies in the US and UK; describes the new policies and initiatives being developed to address this oversight; outlines the case for including transport as an area of social policy inquiry, identifying key factors and uses case study examples of practical initiatives from both sides of the Atlantic to draw lessons for future policy and practice. The book is aimed at students, researchers, policy makers and practitioners with an interest in understanding the social effects of transport policy. The comparison between US and UK policy and practice adds an important new dimension to those familiar with the subject, while its easy-to-read format and well-illustrated case study examples make it an ideal first text for newcomers to the field.

Running on Empty?

Author: Louis Sandy Maisel,Darrell M. West

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780742530768

Category: Political Science

Page: 264

View: 3592


The level of discourse in campaigns and elections ideally should elevate citizens' knowledge about the candidates and the issues that face the polity. But elections today are often beset by negative campaigns and an emphasis on the 'horse race' over issues of substance. Running on Empty? looks at sixteen carefully selected, highly competitive races in the House and Senate during the 2002 midterm elections. Measuring various aspects of campaign discourse throughout a wide variety of paid and unpaid media coverage—including radio, TV, newspapers, direct mail, and the Internet—the authors arrive at some arresting conclusions about the quality of the messages conveyed, whether positive or negative. In all, this impressive set of original essays by political experts provides a timely assessment of the effectiveness of media reform and the democratization of campaign discourse in theory compared to practice.