First training session with coach Pat Miletich- Tropicana Casino, Las Vegas Oct 2016

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David Clark

Former 320lb Addict turned monster of endurance

Inspire Your Life!

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Lafayette, CO, November 7, 2016 – Although he has transformed from a 320-pound addict and alcoholic into an elite athlete, David Clark's primary message is not about losing weight, kicking the habit, or the gifts of sobriety. His bestselling book, Out There: A Story of Ultra Recovery is about the power of identity. When you change how you think about yourself, he says, you change everything about yourself.

This unique perspective is inspiring others to reach deep inside and break free of destructive habits. This year, Clark and a few friends ran across country, from Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., to raise awareness about mental health issues.  He also did a non-stop 48 hour treadmill run for addiction.

Now, at 45 years old, he is stepping into the Octagon for a cage fight next year. UFC Champion and Hall Of Fame fighter Pat Miletich is training and cornering him to fight in a fundraiser with the goal of raising $250,000 for heroin treatment and to show the power of fearless recovery.

Out There is a candid story of addiction and recovery; the lessons learned provide inspiration to never give up despite life’s challenges. It is brutally and unflinchingly honest, and a testament to the power of redemption and the human spirit. The audiobook has achieved bestseller status on Amazon.com.

A running coach, sponsored runner and inspirational speaker, David Clark owns a gym near Boulder, Colorado. He has competed in some of the most difficult endurance races on the planet. An elite athlete, Clark is well respected in the national running community.  

For more information, visit: www.wearesuperman.com  

Out There:  A Story of Ultra Recovery
By David Clark
Available at Amazon.com
ISBN-10: 1499721196
ISBN-13: 978-1499721195