Looking to more crazy adventures in 2019 and showcasing a few of the runners heading to Texas for Bandera!
A look back to the exciting year of 2018. From Zion to the Grand Canyon and everywhere between, Scott and Steph talk about the epic year and set up for 2019.
Not all pain is created equally. There isn't an injury at the end of everything that hurts. Some pain is there to remind we are still here, and we have no idea where can go.
If you aren't learning as a coach, then you aren't growing as a coach. So this leads me to discuss what are some of the things I have learned as a coach this year, especially some things I am able to pass along to help others. I'm sure Scott has his side of things as well! Always keep listening, always keep learning.
What is a baseline in running? When you start running over a longer period of time, you end up being able to run a certain number of miles without an issue, whether that is 0 miles, 5k, or half marathons and on. What does this mean for the off season, that period after your A races or just the winter time? We're delving into this for this episode on Becoming Ultra! Sit back and enjoy.
Whether you have to run in the dark because that is the only time you have to run, or you need to practice running in the night time, this podcast will hopefully help give you some guidance. Thanks for listening and enjoy your holidays!
It seems a wall is hit in training and racing right around the two thirds point. We talk about why and how to get through this without crashing and burning.
Today I have collected a few stories to share from our Team BU members. Anything from obstacle course racing to my first ultra, to just a time in the woods! A little bit of everything is shared. What stories do you have to tell? Funny, inspiring, dramatic...anything goes as most things can happen out there to anyone. Hope this episode entertains and fills your day.
As a coach, Scott Jones has been putting every client in the last 12-15 years through a version of the hip set he is sharing on the show today. Runners, they need it more than everyone. Enjoy the show!
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Do you have trail running goals? What are the advantages and disadvantages of doing road miles or running on pavement? This episode we go over some of these things and things to consider with your own goals in mind. Ultimately it's up to you, but here are some thoughts and considerations.
From 7 year olds running for joy without any bad form habits to 75 year olds running the same difficult trail half marathon every year. Running is for all ages, and there are plenty of ways to think about why we run at different ages. Enjoy the show.
This episode is a little more lengthy as it was recorded live for Team BU in regards to the exciting upcoming Becoming Ultra event this season at Bandera! Hopefully there are some little take aways you can grab from this little live session for yourself to make your own race or training run a little bit better or easier, whether that's at Bandera or some other event. Please enjoy today's episode with Steph!
Join our host Scott Jones as he and fellow coaches Ian Sharman and Liza Howard talk about injuries and the many options you might not have considered. The topics range from figuring out when you are hurt, what to do next, where to get checked out, how to prevent, how to save money in the process, and many other aspects of the situation. Enjoy and we hope you enjoy!
It's a tough decision, but when to DNF (did not finish) is sometimes a good idea...and sometimes it's you giving into your own thoughts. Here are some ideas on this touchy subject for today's December series. Hope this helps educate and inspire.
Sometimes we just want to run by ourselves. Actually, for most of us, most of the time we want to ru alone. On this episode we talk about a few reasons you might not have thought about on why you should run with a group, club, or team. It might help you finally reach out to become a better runner. Thanks for listening.
This episode focuses on the runner, you. While you are out doing a race or out on a training run, or a workout, when should you give yourself some tough love and see things through? Hopefully this little podcast will help inspire you to push onward and when the time is right to push yourself. You can do epic things, all it takes is some work that you CAN do. Enjoy!
This is a common question we have to answer individually as runners. When do I need to see a professional for an injury? It's nuanced and not always perfect but if you can't move well or normally, it may be time. Dan has been going through this and we talk about it on the show.
Oh snap, I'm traveling, what can I do to get in a workout? A lot of us during the holidays have this issue, but it doesn't have to be an issue. You can utilize you time and efforts on the go where-ever you may go! You can get a good workout in even if you don't run at all believe it or not. Enjoy this December Series podcast.
We have talked about how to get past not having trails to train on pretty often on the show. Today, we do a quick recap and then tell three stories of three different people all over that should help you relate to what you can and should do when running trails can't be a part of your regular routine.
Want to give that special runner in your life something this holiday season? Or perhaps their birthday or special occasion? This podcast covers some things to consider, and we went to the social book to get some answers! A little fun for 11 minutes, please enjoy!
Every year tens of thousands of runners dig through their winter bags to find the gear they need to head out into the cold, dark night. We are here to make that just a little easier on your with some considerations and tips on how to best navigate running in the winter from unique warm up tactics to knowing the surfaces that are just not worth the effort. Enjoy the show!
Being sick is not the best news in the world. But what can you do? What shouldn't you do? We sometimes have a lot of questions about whether or not we should do things while ill. Hopefully this little podcast will help resolve some things for you. Sit back and enjoy!
Excuses are everywhere, and I heard them everywhere this year. On the show today, the five most common excuses I heard from people online and in person and how I would come back to deem them useless! Enjoy the show.
When am I ready to run my first ultra is a heavy question to some that may not come easy. This podcast is dedicated to that discussion and hopefully inspire you to think about what might be next for you! Enjoy the December Series!
There are so many ultras to choose from out there for your first, or fiftieth, ultra. So, why is creating your own ultra such a great idea? We explain some of the obvious, and less obvious, reasons why you should run an ultra that you create for yourself! Enjoy.