Missy is struggling in that Arizona heat. 91 degrees in the middle of the night will do that for most people. The biggest issue is that she works outside most of the day so suffering before work is tough and finding the energy after is just as tough. We talk about fueling a little differently and how that should help as well as some of the mental approaches that should help! Enjoy the show.
Every runner is different but losing weight to have a better chance at being efficient on these long efforts is a common theme for runners. It's tough. It's tricky, and there isn't just one way to get there. We talk about this on the show as well as find out where Dan is and how he is generally feeling. The heat is tough in Texas so he has been running late at night to beat the heat. Liza shares her stories from Hard Rock. Enjoy!
Had a chance to chat with Scotty Kummer about a bunch of different things in the ultra running world and life. His show has a similar vibe that anyone can get out there and do some amazing things so we thought it would be a great chance to share his story! Talked about the toughest event he has done, why Minnesota is underrated for running, and why he started Ten Junk Miles among other things. Enjoy the show!
Nick Clark and his buddy got an itch to try a pretty wild route across one of the most breathtaking mountain ranges in Colorado. 4.5 days, 103 miles, and 53,000 vertical later and they lived to tell about it all. Nick shares the logistics and more from his epic adventure! Enjoy.
Kat ran her first Ragnar and shared the experience. Sean's prescribed hills turned into an experience she'll never forget. She is headed on an epic trip and more on this episode! Enjoy.
Red is pumped for a trip to Utah and for her first big mountain experience at high altitude. She is a bit nervous for her kids so we talk basic mountaineering and go through some strategies that should help make the day more enjoyable. We add some track sets to her training and get her set up for the next two weeks! Pumped her night shifts are over for now! Enjoy the show.
Season 4 runners Grady and Rebecca know a thing or two about adversity on the trails so who better to interview Heather Ficke, the final female finisher at this years Western State Endurance Run! Every level of runner will learn something on the show. Thanks so much for listening!
Sara basically missed a week of training. Not every run but much of what was scheduled didn't happen. Do we just throw in the towel and freak out? Nope. This was a big part of the talk on the show today. Hope it helps a bit!
A theme of heading out the door without enough water has emerged this hot and humid summer. We fix that on this call and get ready for some base building over the next couple weeks. Enjoy the show!
Candy came armed with lots of great questions. Most that we haven't had on the show today after only her first few weeks of training. We know you will learn something today so enjoy!
Stephanie came with lots of good questions and insights after her Solstice challenge. She ran 50 miles over the weekend and learned quite a bit. We talk about the lack of importance of the taper in this training cycle, calf tightness and how to work through it, and much more. Enjoy!
Kat has been at it for a couple weeks with her coach Sean Meissner. We talk about early training and where she should be, where she is. She found a new muscle she never noticed and has some great adventures planned for the near running future. Enjoy the show!
Liza goes over a subject we try to cover every summer. What are the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke? It's an important show for both runners, crew, and even aid station volunteers. Dan chimes in on his early training and updates on his continuing weight loss! Enjoy.
Missy is literally melting in Arizona. With 115 temps in the summer and big goals of running a first ultra, she has her work cut out for her. On today's call, we get to know her, her goals, and set her up for a good ramp up to start her training! Enjoy!
Stephanie is definitely not the type of client or runner scared to just freaking go for it. When she reached out for coaching, she was running a 100 miler, somewhere hot. Her words. So, we agreed to help her get there. Rarely when a runners' mind is made up is there a chance to change it so we figured we would both learn some things and potentially go out and finish a brutal 100 in the Texas heat, or just spontaneously combust. Either way, it'll be one heck of a ride!