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Some runners get injured frequently; others, seemingly never. It was this question and the throbbing pain of his foot that inspired Christopher McDougall to track down Mexico's Tarahumara, a group of long distance runners who had earned an enviable reputation of excelling without injury. His trip to the Copper Canyons to learn from them and run with them reads like both an instruction process and a runner's pilgrimage. Indeed, the lessons that these sturdy Native Americans teach him possess almost a spiritual quality. A gentle guide for serious runners; now in trade paperback and NOOK Book. Editor's recommendation.