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What's said on the trail stays on the trail! This is the rule for trail runners because there's not many topics that are off limits when we're running together. Trail Talk is a podcast where we have the same kind of conversations, but we let thousands of others listen in. The early episodes of this podcast were recorded on a weekly Facebook LIVE at The Ultramarathon Mindset Facebook page.
 
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Ultra runners don't just eat . . . we fuel. And when our fueling doesn't work the way we'd planned, it often leads to problems in a race and the dreaded DNF. Dana Eshelman is a registered dietitian nutritionist, a nutrition coach, and a triathlete. She has numerous half-Ironman races to her credit and is training to compete in a full Ironman next y…
 
Candice McField is an executive health coach and former professional body builder. She recently wrote a book called As For Me And My Body, a guide to fitness based on fundamental wellness principles to help people get off the diet treadmill and become truly fit. Candice writes: Permanent change of any kind begins within. It requires transforming yo…
 
The official minimum distance you have to do each day for a "run streak" is one mile. Most runners on a "run streak" will face those days when the minimum is all they can do. My guest this week has a run streak of 43 years. He's run every day for over 15,706 days and counting. But he thought the minimum requirements were too lenient, so he decided …
 
Ultra runners set big goals. And we put in a huge amount of effort and time and mindset to achieve them. Ryan Steiner is my guest this week. And his ultra running goal took him ten years to achieve. He overcame great physical and mental challenges to get to the starting line of his first ultra. And he found acceptance and encouragement in the trail…
 
You have to be extraordinary to get into the Guinness Book of World Records. My guest this week is working her way to a world record for the most ultramarathon races completed in a year. Technically an ultramarathon is any race longer than a marathon -- 26.2 miles. Usually we say that the 50K (30-ish miles) is where the "real" ultras start. But Jam…
 
Experience is the best teacher. And most of us who run figure out what works by trial and error. But what if you could learn from someone else's experiences? My guest this week is John Krause. He shares his ultra running knowledge and his trial and error experiments as a runner on his YouTube channel, "Motivation Theory Running." In this episode we…
 
A FKT is a "fastest known time" for someone to cover the distance on a set route. The year, 2020, may be remembered as the year of the FKT because so many races were canceled and ultra runners were looking for a new challenge. Brittany Peterson and Cody Lind decided to go after the FKT for the 310-mile-long Superior Hiking Trail in northern Minneso…
 
Rob Koch goes by the handle "vegan-vet-runner" on Instagram. And that title only scratches the surface. He is also a graduate student at Adams State University, studying Applied Sports Psychology. He is an ultra-runner and has a wealth of knowledge about the mental side of athletic performance. In this episode you may find some helpful mindset tool…
 
Ultra running is 90% mental, and the other half is physical. ~Rich Davis Megan Flanagan is an ultra runner, a running coach and has a podcast called "Strong Runner Chicks." She recently completed a challenging 50 mile trail race and we talk about some of the mindset tools she used to finish that race. And the tools she uses to help her clients perf…
 
The Shouse Trail is a loop of .294 miles. The previous record for running the Most Known Loops was 196 loops. Todd Chandler set out to beat this record, and he ran alone, overnight and into the next day to accomplish it. He went on to run a total of 212 loops to make it 100K! In this episode we talk about the mental work that goes along with runnin…
 
Keep moving forward! This is the mantra of an ultramarathon runner. We say it in the struggle to finish a race. But it applies to life as well. The dreaded DNF is always a possibility when we run a race. The mindset to keep coming back after failure is just as important as giving your all in an ultramarathon. Troy Pruett has this mindset of determi…
 
Most runners have an 85% chance of being injured each year. The odds are not in our favor as runners. My guest this week is Lisa Pozzoni, a ChiRunning Master Instructor. She is an ultra runner who has been injury free for most of her time as a runner. We talk about how ChiRunning can help runners be efficient and reduce injuries in this episode. Al…
 
David Scoggins discovered barefoot running on his own through trial and error. Most runners find books and info online about the advantages of barefoot running. And then they might give it a try. David took the opposite route. It wasn't until he faced circumstances that led him to start running barefoot that he realized that other runners were doin…
 
How many more years can I keep running? There is a myth some runners believe about getting old. Many runners assume that there will be a point . . . the effects of getting older . . . when they won't be able to run any more. Dickie Longo is an example of why this common belief isn't true. He has been running since age nine. Now, at 84, he has long-…
 
Ultra runner and 1 million push-ups It's challenging to run an ultramarthon. It's also challenging to do 5000 push-ups in a day. Nate Carroll combined running the Glacial Trail 50K AND did 5000 push-ups along the way. Now he has taken on the challenge to break the world record for the most push-ups done in a 365 day period. His goal is to complete …
 
The question all runners ask when we get injured is, "How soon before I can run again?" And long recovery times leave us chomping at the bit, to get back all the fitness we think we've lost. Rest is hard when you are a runner. My guest this week specializes in helping athletes work through the mental stress that comes along with being injured. Carr…
 
Cath Wallis is living life BIG. She takes on multi-day ultra adventures all over the world. From running on a frozen lake in Mongolia to running in the dessert of Oman or running the "Race to the Wreck" in Namibia. What leads a professional, working mom to decide to run ultramarathons. In this episode, we talk about Cath's passion for adventure as …
 
Running teaches you a lot about yourself. And the strength you get applies to all of life, no just running. My guest this week is Geena Silvia. She is a running coach, a runner with over 70 races to her credit. She also has stepped into racing triathalons. She understands the importance of mindset for success in running and life. And she offers inf…
 
Lifelong runner, Dr. Mark Cuczzella, had his share of running injuries. And that led him to find solutions to be able to run with fewer injuries. He is the creator of the Air Force's Efficient Running Program and the author of Run for Your LIfe: How to Run, Walk, and Move Without Pain Or Injury and Achieve a Sense of Well-Being and Joy. In this epi…
 
Leon Gray wears a tee-shirt that says, "Hit by a bus. What's your excuse?" Some runners wonder if they will still be able to run when they are 65 years old. Leon was still running at that age, when a bus flattened him! He face multiple surgeries and a two-month coma, but he recovered and came back to running again. That was 10 years ago! He is stil…
 
When you say you live and run in Georgia, most in America think of the state in the US. My guest this week is Sarah Griffith and she lives and runs in Georgia--the country. And she has a goal to run 1825 miles in 2021. In this episode we talk about running in Germany and Georgia as well as nutrition and the difference between dogs in Georgia vs. th…
 
Runners talk a lot about shoes. We spend a lot of money on shoes. And we spend time trying to find the right shoe. My guest this week was frustrated with his choices and decided to take matters into his own hands. Thus, the Hann shoe was born. Lenn Hann is an engineer by profession, and likes to understand how things work. He was cutting apart runn…
 
Ruthie Loffi describes herself as "a Brit living the life in Oklahoma" who loves to run. Ruthie is a veteran ultra runner and running coach. She has lived and run in about eight different countries. She started running for fun with the Hash House Harriers while she was in India. This was a fun virtual trail run. The stories Ruthie shares are fun on…
 
How fast can you run across the Grand Caynyon? How fast could you do going across 4 times without stopping? My guest this week is Crystal McGee. In October, Crystal set the FKT (Fastest Known Time) for running from the North Rim to the South Rim and back, and then doing it all over again. In all, she ran 95 miles with 21,000 feet of descent and asc…
 
When life give you lemons . . . The reality is, that it takes more than lemons to get lemonade. But find some sugar and water, and you're set! My guest this week is James Dunn. He's a coach who works with divorced dads. He's been through divorce himself and found the mindset tools to keep going when life doesn't go the way he'd hoped it would. Jame…
 
Eugene Bingham loves to run trails. As a journalist and podcaster, he loves to write and talk about trail and ultra running too. Eugene's almost 30 year journalism career has earned him multiple awards. And he shares his stories about running in "Stuff," an online news site covering New Zealand and world news. He also co-hosts "Dirt Church Radio Po…
 
Theresa Reyes-Cummings has the kind of determination to keep going after the goals she sets. I had the privilege to crew for her as she ran a 100K "rails to trails" course this summer. She then went on to finish her first 100 mile trail race, this fall, on a challenging course: The Mines of Spain in Davenport, IA. She always has an encouraging word…
 
I'm glad to have Brian Hoover back as a guest on Trail Talk! Last time we talked about his adventures as a trail runner, van living, and his hike of the Pacific Coast Trail last year. At that time, he was planning a kayak adventure of the entire Mississippi River. I followed his adventure through his Facebook posts, and am excited that he has agree…
 
This week my guest is Randy Kreill. His most recent race finish is the Cloudsplitter 100. The website says about this race: "This is one of the more physically demanding trails in the East, and it remains a significant unprotected wilderness area. On a clear day, four other states can be seen from the High Knob summit: West Virginia, Tennessee, Ken…
 
Lindsey McDonald is part of the Trail Nerds running group in Kansas City. In this episode we talk about nutrition, hills, and training at altitude, and the difference between running up and down mountains vs. up and down hills. Lindsey trains hard, and is a strong competitor on even the gnarliest trails. And she has her sights set on some big goals…
 
For those of us who look at running 100 miles as a challenging goal, the idea of going 200 miles or more seems incredible. My guest this week is David Theriot. He's placed among the top finishers in several 100 mile races, run the Grand Canyon rim-to-rim-to-rim, ran in Western States 100, and the Tahoe 200. Now he has his sights set on the Triple C…
 
I met Jo Hearlson in person for just a few seconds when she came through an aid station I was helping with. But even then, I didn't know her name. I only knew her through Instagram where she goes by "adventuresofarunner." She has a goal to run at least a mile in every county in Kansas and she had her sights set on a 24 hour race and 100K. The adven…
 
My guest this week is Pauline Christie. She is a runner, a mother, and a psychiatric nurse who lives in Australia. Pauline is a runner who posts regular motivation and encouragement on her Instagram account, @Fat_to_5km. Runners come in all shapes and sizes. But most of us still think that “real” runners look like a gazelle . . . lean and light. Fo…
 
If you're a runner, especially an ultra runner, you love to run. Each of us have our own reason for WHY. And for most of us, that is more complicated than we can explain in only a few words. But there are other endurance challenges out there other than running. My guest this week, Jordan Zimmerman, is an ultra runner who also enjoys kayaking. He's …
 
Misty Wright is one of the first runners I got to know when I started running trails a few years ago. I've had the privilege of running with her in training and in our first 100 mile finish. She's a relentless ultra runner because she has pushed through the normal challenges all of us face with the added challenge of some health issues. In fact, do…
 
You may have heard about the low carbohydrate diets like the Keto Diet. My friend, Dave Basile, discovered the benefits of eating low carb years ago and has adopted it as a lifestyle. But everyone of us is different, and Dave has tried variations within his low-carb diet to see how different foods and ways of eating affected his strength and runnin…
 
We ultramarathon runners love to push and test our limits. The challenge is what draws us. And it's easy to get caught up in the excitement of doing more and longer races. But there's a downside too. Sometimes we forget that rest and recovery are just as important as training and racing. We're in an extreme sport, and we can take our drive to do mo…
 
If you're not having fun, you might be doing it wrong! Todd Chandler always adds a dash of fun to almost everything he does. Sure, he's a strong runner with a bag full of race medals. And whether you talk to him in person, or see something he's posted on social media, his sense of humor comes through. This summer he had to pause his training to rec…
 
Cindy Rieckhoff has a reputation . . . a good one . . . in the trail running community. I first heard about her as I was pacing Abby (Kathryn Ivey) through the night at the Outlaw 100. Abby told me about how Cindy custom build a small camping trailer for all the ultramarathons she traveled to. Later, the next morning, I saw Cindy's jeep and camper,…
 
If you are a member of any Facebook running groups, you probably have seen Ila Allen. She's an ultra runner and trail runner, and she runs with her Crack of Dawn Crew, making regular deposits in her account at the "Bank of Run." She is not one to make excuses for not running. She runs in the heat, the rain, snow, and the freezing cold. And she has …
 
This week I talk with my friend, Jason Silvers. He is a runner and vlogger with a long list of races under his belt. He runs races almost ever weekend througout the year and documents them on his YouTube channel, "The Year I Got the Runs." When you see his videos, you can instantly see that Jason has fun while he's running. Making connections with …
 
Taking care of your health is more than just diet and exercise. Yes, these are important. But your mindset plays a bigger role than most of us realize. Erin Perrigo is a health coach who helps her clients be consciously healthy. That is, she helps her clients approach health with a conscious intention to be emotionally healthy in order to have the …
 
Running is not hard on your body . . . depending on how you run. If you run trails with me, I'll probably start talking about how ChiRunning helped me run ultramarathons without getting the kind of injuries I hear most runners talking about: shin splints, sore knees, hip problems. Lisa Pozzoni is a master ChiRunning instructor, joins me tonight to …
 
Brian Hoover started running, and it changed his life. Like most of us runners, he started gradually, running 5Ks first then longer races. A friend introduced him to trail races and ultramarthon distances. Then he was hooked. Racing led him to start his own business providing chip timing for racing events in the region. And, as the business grew, i…
 
I met Jackie Beth when we both volunteered to pace Abby (Kathryn Ivey) in her run at the Outlaw 100. (Ep. 3) Neither of us knew Abby before the race, nor did we know each other. But we swapped running stories and it didn't take long before we felt like we'd known each other for a long time. Jackie doesn't limit herself to just one sport. But she's …
 
Why do you run? If you're like me, you don't often stop to ask "Why do I run?" We just run because we're runners. But the times when we feel "unmotivated" and can't seem to find the spark to get out the door, it's good to take a look at our WHY for running.Eric Deeter による
 
If you ever drag yourself into an aid station beat up from the trail, Christina Kurty is the person you hope is there. She's both an ultramarathon runner and a medical volunteer. She knows how to give aid when runners get into trouble. But she also has sound advice to help us keep out of trouble in the first place. Christina has worked with runners…
 
What do you do when you don’t feel like running? NOT because of an injury or recovery from hard run yesterday. But when you're feeling down . . . overwhelmed . . . depressed. Motivation is gone and you just don’t care. Your friends on Facebook and Strava are still running and posting their selfies and mileage stats. And that makes it even worse . .…
 
Most ultra runners will tell you that you need lots of time to get ready for a 50K run. "If you're just starting out, nine months is not enough," they will say. But Lisa Beth Adams didn't ask anyone whether she could go from the couch to 50K in nine months. She did it by setting her goal and then going after it with the mindset of never giving up. …
 
This is the first of my Mindset Minute episodes. And, since this show is still just getting started, I think I should explain what I think an Ultramarathon Mindset is and how you can benefit from having one. Five of the elements that make up an Ultramarathon Mindset 1. Kaizen 2. Relentless forward progress. 3. Risk / Challenge 4. ABC goals 5. Finis…
 
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