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Review: Beyond Championships by Coach Dru Joyce II

Beyond Championships: A Playbook for Winning At Life By Coach Dru Joyce II and Chris Morrow   In Beyond Championships, Coach Dru Joyce writes about the lessons he has learned, along with the values he has strived to instill in his players, through basketball. To Joyce, coaching and life are both about serving others: “Growing … Continue reading

Book Review: Slow Running by Chris Bore

Slow Running: Running for fun: without going too far, too fast, too soon By Chris Bore It’s not often that we get something good for free. But I like free. That’s one of the reasons running is my favorite sport; I can go where and when I want, without paying a fee. That’s also one … Continue reading

Review: On My Own Two Feet by Amy Purdy

On My Own Two Feet By Amy Purdy I’ll begin with a confession: I’ve never watched an episode of Dancing with the Stars, and, until I found this book, I’d not heard of Amy Purdy. But I always look for stories of inspiring people, people who overcome obstacles to accomplish great things. I bought this book … Continue reading

Review: Triathlon Workout Thoughts by Kim Smith

Triathlon Workout Thoughts: Essays by a Man with Too Much Free Time By Dr. Kim Smith Ludus Publishing The most important thing a prospective reader needs to know about Dr. Kim Smith’s Triathlon Workout Thoughts is that only a few of the essays contained therein have to do with triathlons. The essays may have been … Continue reading

Review: The Essential Sheehan

The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan By George Sheehan Edited by Andrew Sheehan Rodale: 2013 Dr. George Sheehan was a cardiologist, runner, writer, and philosopher. Yet no label is sufficient for him. And of all that’s been written about him, I wasn’t truly impressed until I read … Continue reading

Book Review: Robert Griffin III, Athlete, Leader, Believer

Ted Kluck admits that it’s too early for a biography of Robert Griffin III, who hadn’t completed his rookie season at the time of writing. But, then again, it could be the best time. If the now super-star quarterback fizzles out, it’s the only time. If not, there will be opportunities for more, bigger books. … Continue reading

Review: Intentional Walk by Rob Rains

In Intentional Walk: An Inside Look at the Faith that Drives the St. Louis Cardinals, Rob Rains interviews several members of one of the most successful baseball teams of all time. From team manager to equipment manager, the men highlighted in this book have one thing in common—their Christian faith. In most of the interviews, … Continue reading

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