Barbell Buddha: The Collected Writings Of Chris Moore

Barbell Buddha: The Collected Writings Of Chris Moore

Out October 15th. Pre-order available.
Chris Moore was born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1980 and died tragically young in Amsterdam where he was writing, summer, 2016. In his short life, Chris became internationally-known for his work as a writer, podcaster, and advocate of a new way of training and thinking about strength. He was a beloved member of Barbell Shrugged, host and writer of the Barbell Buddha podcast and blog, and had a successful professional career as a medical writer, having completed a Masters in Exercise and Sport Science at the University of Memphis. He leaves behind his wife Jani Moore and children Max and Mae. This collected work, a handsomely-produced hardcover of over 500 pages, is a testament to a powerful and meaningful life lived passionately, with integrity and modesty. It includes all the published and unpublished writing on the subjects of spiritual, mental and physical health, expressed in the characteristic engaging and witty style that Chris became loved for by his countless readers. It is an inspiration to all who seek to improve their lives and the lives of others. We believe it will be a classic of its kind, and treasured for years to come.
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