A recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in nonfiction, BILL HAYES is a frequent contributor to the New York Times, and the author of seven books.
His new book, SWEAT: A History of Exercise, a narrative nonfiction look at exercise from antiquity to the present, is available now.
In Sweat, Bill Hayes runs, jogs, swims, spins, walks, bikes, boxes, lifts, sweats, and downward-dogs his way through the origins of different forms of exercise, chronicling how they have evolved over time, dissecting the dynamics of human movement.
“I was riveted by Sweat and its extraordinary tale of the ups and downs of exercise over millennia. Who knew?”
— Jane Fonda