Most endurance athletes have heard about post race blues. In this short one I give 6 ways to plan for it should it happen so you are ready to move on mentally and physically from your epic adventures, races, and other efforts!
Scott and Dylan have a great conversation that goes all over the place.
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Scott and Jason Fitzgerald catch up on all things running from group run etiquette to losing his voice cheering for one mile racers. We talk about why he has kept a running journal for decades and so much more in a fun conversation from the Strength Running founder.
Scott had a chance to interview Phil Parsons the day before he embarks on the 444 mile Natchez Trace effort.
The Natchez Trace is a 444-mile stretch of road that begins in Nashville and ends in Natchez, MS. To date, no one holds the record for the fastest known time (FKT), Natchez-trace-parkway-FKT completing the southbound journey on foot. This adventure is exactly what I am going to do this September — Suicide Awareness Month — to bring awareness to the issues of mental health and suicide among Veterans.
His story is one that is too commonly ended with a less positive outcome. We have to love on our veterans and share what is bringing them together! Running is often the answer, or a piece of it. Hope you enjoy the show!
Join Scott and his partner with Adventure Leadership Retreats, Cale Pearson. After spending time doing hards things and getting others to do and succeed at hard things, we wanted to bring an event that combined the skills we learn doing these things with leadership skills that can help in work, sport, and life. The inaugural leadership retreat is coming in Februaury of 2024 in beautiful Costa Rica. Learn more here.
On this episode Scott interviews his friend and client about the recently completed Tahoe 200. From running to manage weight to full on catching the ultra bug, Brent shares his story of the first thought to do a 200 to the training and ultimately the effort itself. We think most every day runners will enjoy this show! Thanks for listening!
Scott got to talk with his Aunt on the show today. And while she could probably spend a whole episode sharing travel adventures and recipes (she's an amazing cook) we decided that debunking myths around wound care in 2023 would be a much more helpful and practical subject. We talk about the differences in care over the last couple decades and give some tactics that can help you and your family take care of cuts, abrasions, and more. While this inofrmation is great for us runners who catch a toe every once in awhile it's really just good information for everyone.
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Becoming Ultra is to share the stories of everyday people doing amazing things. Check out the new intro and voice talent to kick things off. Scott goes all the way back to 2015 to do a quick recap of every season since the projects inception. He shares where Season 14 is going to be and shares the new vision for Team BU 2.0.
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We had the chance to talk to Luke Tuttle of Ultra Running Destinations. He uses the site to review trails and events all over the world. On this episode we got to talk about some of the amazing locales and adventures Luke has been on and we get to learn more about his story. If you like running and travel, you'll love this episode.. Thanks for listening!
Scotty Kummer Started Ten Junk Miles around the sane time we got rolling with Becoming Ultra. We bounce around a bunch of topics on the show today from the uniqueness of the 100 miler he race directs to the importance of consistency in running and podcasting. Enjoy the show!
Join Scott as he catches everyone up on ways to engage and be a part of the Becoming Ultra community from year long challenges to hyper seasonal challenges and everything else! Enjoy the show.
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We were so excited to get the founder of the Pacuare Outdoor Center on the show to talk about how the business came to be and why doing eco tourism the right way is so important. We wanted to do our retreats a bit different so we are getting off the grid and away from the traditional tourists traps in Costa Rica and we can't wait to show you all how to run and adventure in this beautiful country!
Advice and well wishes and lots of love for the runners of Season 12! Enjoy!
We wanted to put together something more organized for the Season 12 race weekend and this is what we came up with, an epic St. Augustine, Florida weekend with running, adventure, amazing food, and of course, the ocean!
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The crew and racer Amanda Follmar from last week's Miwok 100k in the Marin Headlands come together to talk about the experience. When people come together, good stuff happens! We think you'll enjoy this one and be sure to share with your crew for your next race!
Coach Scott Jones fields a handful of questions from runners. Is cadence that important? How do you maintain 100 mile weeks? How do you get better running downhill? Enjoy the show!
Hillary, Scott, Jeremy, and Evangelyn have a great conversation of the expectations on your running when you give so much to others all day long. Parents, busy students, and many more of you will definitely be able to relate. Enjoy and much thanks to Venga CBD for sponsoring today's show!
Coach Scott Jones and Venga CBD founder Jay OHare bust out the year long calendar to talk about how to efficiently and effectively plan your year of training. Whether you are running your first ultra or training for multiple events you'll walk away with a few ideas and concepts on better planning for endurance athletes!
To kick the year off right we got to know a new partner of Becoming Ultra today! Jay OHare and Scott sit down to talk about how Jay got into the business world and especially this newest endeavor. We talk science of CBD, training principles, and hard physical and business experiences. Enjoy the show and go here to learn more and get a little discount from our newest partner!
On the 7th run things got real. Especially if you have never run mile repeats before. Enjoy and get after it!
Bob Becker is the race director of the Keys 100 and has many adventures he shares with us on the show today. His input on longevity is inspiring as he is proving age is definitely just a number. We hope you enjoy as much as we did!
This is a little different than what you are used to from us here at Becoming Ultra. In 1981 a grad student at West Virginia University was given three months to live after a bout of cancer from 1978 came back with a vengeance. This episode is about him and how it may apply to you and your goals!
Last year, a bunch of runners, coaches, mentors, veterans, and everyday amazing people convened in the Texas hill country outside of San Antonio for the annual Band Of Runners trail camp. The weekend long event of camaraderie, education, and lots of trail finished with a fun take on the backyard ultras. The event was a 1.07 mile loop t be done in a certain time. Last person standing was crowned the champion. It started out mellow but like any good group of runners and a hint of competitive fire, it got a little crazy out there. This episode was taken from that evening. Goofy and inspiring interviews to try and capture the essence of that night and the camp. We hope you enjoy. And, consider donating to Band Of Runners to keep it rolling!
One of our biggest goals at Becoming Ultra is coming up with fun and unique ways to get people running more and with more meaning. This episode is about the newest concept, a running league. Listen to the short episode to hear how we came up with it and other details to get involved!