Ross Edgley Has A Blueprint For Athletes, Adventurers
Ross Edgley is a charismatic, personable British swimmer, scholar, author, coach, and WOWSA Award winner who documented his training, nutrition, theories and strategies in three inspirational books: The World’s Fittest Book published in 2018, The Art of Resilience published in 2020, and his newest book Blueprint, released today.
The World’s Fittest Book and The Art of Resilience became No.1 Sunday Times Bestsellers and have both been translated into several other languages. He is an author with muscle, a scholar with an athlete’s mindset, daily utilizing the training strategies that he espouses into his own achievements that includes his Great British Swim that was voted as the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year.
But it is his Blueprint that is causing so much excitement. “It’s finally here and I am so excited to share it with you: my new book Blueprint, equipping you with everything you need to build a bulletproof body for any athletic adventure. This originated after the Great British Swim where injury, muscle atrophy and squishy sea feet meant I essentially had to rebuild my body from the ground-up – so this is a year of training in one book.
As always, feedback (however brutal) is most welcome and I’d love to hear what challenge you’re undertaking and how you’re using the teachings for your own adventures – so do send me a comment or message on social media. Also, big favor but Amazon and Audible reviews really do help spread the word and move the algorithms online, so if you like the book, I’d be hugely grateful if you left a review.”
How did Edgley spent his publication day? He explains, “It only seemed right to celebrate by eating burgers, training biceps, and running some mountain trails here in Australia.”
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