Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers

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"What is your biggest frustration as a runner or walker?" Ask other runners and walkers this question, and you will get answers such as speedwork, injury recovery, and hydrating properly. Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers shows that gratitude is the fastest path to preventing or eliminating these and any other frustrations that you may face as a runner or walker. And author Kirk Mahoney teaches many lessons about gratitude in this ...
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Overview

"What is your biggest frustration as a runner or walker?" Ask other runners and walkers this question, and you will get answers such as speedwork, injury recovery, and hydrating properly. Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers shows that gratitude is the fastest path to preventing or eliminating these and any other frustrations that you may face as a runner or walker. And author Kirk Mahoney teaches many lessons about gratitude in this powerful book, including:

* How to tell whether you run or walk with meaning
* How to know whether you underrate gratitude
* The many benefits of gratitude to your running or walking
* Ten techniques for building gratitude daily

Beyond these lessons, Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers is filled with more than 100 chapters of gratitude statements that are neatly subdivided into five categories. When combined with the book's gratitude-building techniques, these 1,000-some gratitude statements will help you to use the power of gratitude to put more happiness into your running or walking!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466493858
  • Publisher: CreateSpace
  • Publication date: 10/31/2011
  • Pages: 146
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.33 (d)

Meet the Author

Kirk Mahoney loves to run and walk. So he created SpryFeet.com as a place to help you to kindle happiness with your endurance running or walking while you enjoy growth and better health from the sport. And this book reflects his passion for using gratitude to transform all areas of one's life. Kirk lives in Houston, Texas, with his wife, Eunice, who is an endurance walker.
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  • Posted December 8, 2011

    Run with a positive attitude and appreciate all the good things around you

    This book is like a can of your favorite mixed fruits. Read the book title or can label, and you think you already know what it is about. Read the Table of Contents or list of ingredients, and you are certain you already know all about this. But, you have to open the can and eat the fruits to enjoy the flavors and nourish your body. So, consume the pages of this book to learn how to improve your running joy and performance, and actually apply what you've learned to enrich and nourish your life. From observing the author on our Saturday group long runs and reading his postings on our group forum, I know he actually practices what he preaches in his books. In so doing, he both spreads and receives smiles and cheer and friendship.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2011

    Takes this mental trick to a much higher level

    Gratitude Power for Runners and Walkers helps you to take the mental trick of gratitude -- covered earlier in Dr. Mahoney's book Mental Tricks for Endurance Runners and Walkers -- to a much higher level!

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