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Spartan Up

Author : Joe De Sena
ISBN : 9780544286177
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A life strategy guide by the creator of the Spartan Race explains how the principles that bring about success in an extreme sports environment can help anyone achieve his or her full potential in life, business, and relationships.
Category: Health & Fitness

Self Discipline Self Discipline 30 Day Bootcamp

Author : Vincent Mueller
ISBN : 1514733218
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Expanded and Revised 2nd Edition of The #1 Bestselling Success Program on Amazon Become a 300 warrior in 30 days! The Original Spartan Self Discipline Boot Camp will change your life. The 8 behaviors in this book are designed to inject more motivation, self-esteem, discipline, pride and strength into your life. Become the man you always wanted to be with this boot camp. Become a Spartan! Start the bootcamp today and you will: Increase your self-esteem by 300% Gain the discipline and resilience of a Spartan Optimize you neurochemical processes Gain the body of a Spartan Contest every day with motivation and full of energy Feel the libido and drive of a warrior And much, much more...! Will you take on the challenge? "Only 10 days have passed and I feel more motivated and full of energy than I have in a long time (...) exactly the kick up the arse that I needed! Thank you." Viktor W. (...)The past 30 days have made a big difference in my life! Therefore, just: THANK YOU!" Oliver F. (...) If I hadn't found this program to the right time, I would have probably quit my studies." Kamil F. (...) And I think this program has brought more changes into my life then every other self-help book that I have read so far." Jacob K.

Spartan Fit

Author : Joe De Sena
ISBN : 9780544370494
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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From the best-selling author of Spartan Up! a complete 30-day workout and diet plan to help you reach peak performance Joe De Sena designed the Spartan races to test overall conditioning: strength, flexibility, endurance, and speed. His signature take-no-prisoners approach to achieving physical and mental fitness has taken the endurance world by storm and inspired millions. Now in Spartan Fit!, De Sena breaks down that approach and gives readers the tools they need to conquer the course — and life, including: • A 30-day workout and diet plan to prepare for the Spartan Sprint — or to just get you in shape • Full-body workouts requiring no gym, no weights • How to build on one race to the next • Inspiring, motivating stories of Spartans A complete Spartan training guide, Spartan Fit! will arm readers with the strength, knowledge, and grit to never question their potential again.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Endurance Running

Author : William Bridel
ISBN : 9781317609384
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Running is a fundamental human activity and holds an important place in popular culture. In recent decades it has exploded in popularity as a leisure pursuit, with marathons and endurance challenges exerting a strong fascination. Endurance Running is the first collection of original qualitative research to examine distance running through a socio-cultural lens, with a general objective of understanding the concept and meaning of endurance historically and in contemporary times. Adopting diverse theoretical and methodological approaches to explore topics such as historical conceptualizations of endurance, lived experiences of endurance running, and the meaning of endurance in individual lives, the book reveals how the biological, historical, psychological, and sociological converge to form contextually specific ideas about endurance running and runners. Endurance Running is an essential book for anybody researching across the entire spectrum of endurance sports and fascinating reading for anybody working in the sociology of sport or the body, cultural studies or behavioural science.
Category: Sports & Recreation


Author : Valerio Massimo Manfredi
ISBN : 9781447211334
Genre : Fiction
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Herodotus tells us that not all of the three hundred Spartan warriors died at the hands of Xerxes, King of the Persians, in the battle of the Thermopylae: two were saved bringing a life-saving message back to the city . . . Valerio Massimo Manfredi's Spartan is the saga of a Spartan family, torn apart by a cruel law that forces them to abandon one of their two sons – born lame – to the elements. The elder son, Brithos, is raised in the caste of the warriors, while the other, Talos, is spared a cruel death and is raised by a Helot shepherd, among the peasants. They live out their story in a world dominated by the clash between the Persian empire and the city-states of Greece – a ferocious, relentless conflict – until the voice of their blood and of human solidarity unites them in a thrilling, singular enterprise.
Category: Fiction

The Spartan

Author : Adam Bryant
ISBN : 9781456721817
Genre : Fiction
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He came out of nowhere. The mysterious "Spartan," as named by a new famed reporter, showed up just in time to save the city's local high school students from being completely slaughtered by a Columbine-like incident. Since then, he has taken the law into his own hands, brutally assaulting anything that decides to harm a fellow citizen. But just who is the Spartan and where did the masked hero come from? Five people, who have never met, are about to be connected by the search to answer this question, but the answer may not be the one they wanted...
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The Spartan Army

Author : J. F. Lazenby
ISBN : 9781848849969
Genre : History
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For at least two centuries the Spartan army was the most formidable war machine in Greece; the purpose of this book is to show the reasons for this. Professor Lazenby looks first at the composition, training and organization of the army, tracing its roots back to the eighth century BC. The second part analyses some of the main campaigns - Thermopylae, Plataea, Sphakteria, Mantineia, The Nemea, Koroneia, Lechaion and Leuktra. The final part continues the story to the end of Greek independence. Since this book was first written over 25 years ago, novels, computer games and films such as 300 have raised interest in the Spartan military to new heights. The return to print of this excellent study is sure to interest academics and more general readers alike.
Category: History

A Spartan Game

Author : Terry Tibbetts
ISBN : 9781938908149
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In November 1955, Colonel Earl “Red” Blaik, the head football coach at the United States Military Academy at West Point, told his team he did not relish the prospect of crossing the field the next day in front of one hundred thousand fans to congratulate the arch rival Navy coach on a victory. Then a player announced, “Colonel, you’re not going to take that walk tomorrow.” His quarterback, Don Holleder, had served notice that he was about to lead his team to the greatest win in Army football history. In the first authoritative biography of Don Holleder, former sportscaster Terry Tibbetts shares the inspirational story of how Don overcame limited academic skills to attend West Point; grew to be an All-American football end; volunteered to become quarterback when the coach needed leadership; and sacrificed his football career to serve his country in Vietnam. Along with remembrances from Don’s daughters, his West Point roommates, fellow players, and Army colleagues, Tibbetts presents a candid glimpse into the journey of a man whose life was not just about winning, but also about finding the courage and perseverance to overcome great obstacles. The inspiring story of Don Holleder is a model for anyone willing to work hard to achieve, win, and most of all, place the team above self.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Joy In Loving

Author : Mother Teresa
ISBN : 1101078057
Genre : Religion
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The provocative ideas and touching insights found in The Joy in Loving spring from incidents in Mother Teresa's own remarkable life. She speaks of men and women who have lived and died uncomplainingly, even in the midst of great poverty and deprivation; of wealthy businessmen whose indifference has been transformed into compassion and charity, and of her encounters with people and governments around the globe. Through all of this, Mother Teresa emphasizes the need for a disciplined, loving family life, for "in the home begins the disruption of the peace of the world." Drawing on more than seventy years of selfless service to the poorest of the poor, she discusses the importance of work and prayer, charity and service, the right to life and, above all, the need to love--unconditionally and absolutely.
Category: Religion