Walking can do anyone good - and Bruce Bochy knows that as well as anyone. As a Major League manager, he has one of the more stressful jobs imaginable. So what does he do to relax? He goes for long walks. Whenever possible, he takes long walks as a way to clear his head, calm his soul and give his body a workout. In this charming little volume, he shares his thoughts on walking in terms that can inspire everyone to get out more often for a good walk, a great way to stay fit and healthy through the forties and fifties and beyond. Along the way he provides glimpses into his life and character that will delight his many fans.
by Bruce Roseman, Kenneth Paul Rosenberg
by Ridwan Shabsigh, Bruce Scali
by Michael Breus, Debra Fulgham Bruce
by Nicholas A. Dinubile, Bruce Scali
by Debra Fulghum Bruce, Samuel Thatcher
by Robert Bruce Newman, David Chamberlain, Sandra Bardsley
by Marlo Thomas, Bruce Kluger, Carl Robbins, David Tabatsky
by T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D., Thomas M. Campbell, II
by Daniel S. Kirschenbaum, Ph.D.
by Frederick N. Lukash
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