Literature break

Every so often I stumble across an author that inspires me towards a reading binge.  The latest is Daniel Coyle, author of "Armstrong's War."  I'm currently in the middle of Armstrong's War, and so far it's an exceptional read.  Deep insights into the many characters surrounding LA...but that isn't what prompts me to make this quickie post...

Hey enduro nutz:  this is a must read article.  That Which Does Not Kill Me Makes Me Stranger.

Favorite quote from the article: 

''In fatigue, it only feels like we're going to die. The actual physiological risks that fatigue represents are essentially trivial.''   - Timothy Noakes

Coyle wrote many years for Outside mag, some of his older material is linked here.

Time to go work on that governor...

Published Wednesday, March 15, 2006 11:17 AM by Dave


# @ Wednesday, March 15, 2006 3:02 PM

I bet you love all the watts/kilo talk in the book, you techie.


# @ Wednesday, March 15, 2006 8:57 PM

Been wanting to read that book for a while. Good to hear it goes a little deeper instead of just a lengthy magazine article. Later. JM


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