Shut up and run book
Shut Up and Run - Arzon, Robin - | HPBI like talking to people. I like trying new things. I have pretty high energy levels, and I get very into things—such as running, for instance—to the point of being annoying. It used to be when I got excited about something I was doing, I ended up pushing my friends, family, and even coworkers to join me. It can be easy, as a runner, to love the sport so much that you figure it must be exactly what everyone needs to feel better about their lives.
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Robin Amelia Arzon is an American ultramarathon runner and author. She is the author of the book Shut Up and Run. Arzon has run over 25 marathons, running five marathons in five days for MS Run the US, documented in the upcoming documentary Run It Out  , slated for release in Arzon has also completed her first mile race at the Keys  in less than 30 hours back in Arzon graduated from Villanova University School of Law in Robin was a sports journalist covering the London Marathon. She co-founded the fitness movement Undo Ordinary and the print publication Undo magazine  in
They do. At the height of her corporate law career, Robin fearlessly left it all behind to embark on new adventures in the health and wellness space.
And a growing number are telling their stories in books. As a senior at New York University, Ms. She continued to run her way through law school and into her work as an associate at a big New York City law firm, where she began signing up for races. But it was the end of a romantic relationship that gave her the impetus to sign up for her first marathon. That race led her out of one career and into another.
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