Christopher McDougall Writing Styles in Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen

Christopher McDougall
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Perspective

Christopher McDougall was the author of this book. He added a lot of credibility to the book because he was normal. McDougall was interested in running like many other people but he was limited in how far he could run due to injuries. Many people would also relate to that. However, instead of happily taking the cortisone that the doctors recommended, he let his investigative mind take over.

McDougall was a former war correspondent. This meant that he was used to action and he also knew how to write. Both of these factors work in his favor throughout the book. The writing was interesting to read and it made more of an impact as the reader could see how he struggled to learn how to run correctly.

When McDougall realized that he could run without pain, his victory becomes a victory for the reader as well. He never...

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