★★★★★ "I laughed, I cried and I was 100% re-inspired to stick with my own personal fitness goals"
Running Outside the Comfort Zone uncovers the brash, bold, and very human sides of running, and along the way Susan Lacke rekindles her own crush on America’s favorite all-comers sport.
Running offers much more than road racing! After a decade of writing about running, sports columnist Susan Lacke found herself in a serious running rut. The runners around her seemed to be thriving, setting goals, and having fun, but her own interest in running was lackluster.
Seeking to reengage with the sport she once loved, Lacke spends a year exploring running in its many shapes and forms, taking on running challenges that scare her, push her, and downright embarrass her. From races with giant cheese wheels to a regional wife-carrying competition, a naked 5K to climbing the dark stairwells of the Empire State Building, Lacke’s brave forays and misadventures are chronicled in wondrous and funny stories.
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About the Author
Susan Lacke is a writer, college professor, and adventure junkie. She holds a doctorate in health education and a M.S. in family and community wellness. Her writing has appeared in many national and regional publications including Triathlete, Women’s Running, Competitor, and Salt Lake magazine. She is the author of Life’s Too Short to Go So F*cking Slow and has finished multiple Ironman and marathon races.