32 Miles from Fat: Fat Boy to Ultrarunner in 90 Days

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 224 pages
He sat behind a computer for years while his life flew by. He lost control of his weight, his finances, and nearly his marriage. The days ran together while the pounds accumulated and things deteriorated quickly. What has been called One of Today's Most Controversial Running Stories, Ross Bays is determined to create his own destiny. This dramatic account of fat boy turned ultramarathoner in 90 days will inspire you to challenge your own limits and reach for your dreams. This book is not about Running. Nor is it about living a healthy lifestyle. It is about understanding that we are only limited by our own misconceptions about what should be not what could be. There is no should.

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About the author (2011)

Raised in a small town in New Hampshire, Ross Bays joined the United States Marine Corps at the age of 17. Married at 21, he has spent his entire civilian career as a firearms instructor. He enjoys writing music and is currently living with his wife, Annie, in Virginia.

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