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Oh man! This was fun! Jason Hardrath has completed 100 FKTs! For #100, he scaled the 100 highest peaks in Washington in just over 50 days! I love Jason’s mindset and outlook on life. You’ll want to lean in and listen closely to his encouraging and challenging words! You’ll also want to listen to our previous interview with Jason in December of 2020…
 
Russell is like many of us - he wears a lot of hats! He's a husband, father, ultra runner, serial entrepreneur, former investment banker, venture capital investor, and more. He just recently finished the Cascade Crest 100 miler. We had a great conversation about why and how we do what we do. Russell shares part of the story that lead him to write h…
 
Laura Kearns just won the 2021 Arkansas Traveller 100! I got to sit down and visit with her about the stellar year she’s been having in ultrarunning. Earlier this year, she ran her second 100-mile race, the LOViT 100, and won it! Laura puts in a lot of training miles, but she loves group runs, has fun, and does not hold herself to a rigid training …
 
Amy is fast and puts in some serious work! She’s currently training for Tunnel Hill 100 and I can’t wait to see how she does. Amy had a fall in 2019 during one of her final training runs for the Arkansas Traveller 100 and had to miss the race. We talk about her coming back from that injury physically and mentally. We also talk about her how she’s d…
 
Ever know someone who is always all smiles! That’s today’s guest. My friend Paul Countess is one of those guys who just exudes JOY! Even in the middle of a grueling 100 mile race, the dude is smiling! I love it! Paul loves to challenge himself with TOUGH races to push his limits. He just recently completed the Bigfoot 200 and due to life’s circumst…
 
Today's guest is Gwen Zywicke, an ultrarunning friend in Louisiana. Gwen is a professor at LSU who has been doing some really interesting research. You know that feeling when you are running and you're in the zone? In flow? That runner's high? Well, Gwen is researching that and the connection with the mind, body, and spirit, particularly as it rela…
 
Brodie has a passion to help runners to run injury-free. Through his ebooks, podcast, classes, and online clinic, he has helped many runners fix the issues that plague them. On today's podcast, we discuss numerous issues common to all runners and the importance of rest. Show notes: http://www.theriot.run/brodiesharpe2…
 
I had a great visit with Rob Steger from the Training for Ultra Podcast. Listen in as we talk about running long distances, successes, failures, and life! Topics covered: Triple Crown of 200s, Leadville, nutrition, DNFs, and a bunch of other stuff in between! Show notes here: http://www.theriot.run/t4u…
 
One of the things I love about our sport is that it brings people from all walks of life together to enjoy pushing our limits and seeing what we can do. I enjoyed this in-person visit with Dr. William Clark. Dr. Clark is a spinal surgeon here in Tulsa Oklahoma specializing in scoliosis and spinal deformity. He loves his job and the challenges it pr…
 
This week we chat with Midwest speedster, Jaclyn Long. Jaclyn is known for a few things in races around here - speed, naps, waking from the dead, and a unique bluntness during races with her crew. She’s a busy woman. She’s a mom and nanny and raises tortoises, turkeys, and other "fowl" creatures. Running gave her a focus when she was recovering fro…
 
I had a blast catching up with Mike to talk about all that he’s been up to since we had him on the podcast on episode 6. On that first interview, we focused on Mike’s accident that could have kept him from running again. We also discussed his win of all three races in the Triple Crown of 200s. This time we talk a bit more about his low carb approac…
 
Today we’ll be chatting with a friend of mine, Jeremy Howard. Jeremy, like many of us, found his love for running a little later in life and discovered that he was good at it! He recently attempted the gnarly, 273 mile “Long Trail” Unsupported, Fastest Known Time (FKT) in Vermont. Join us as we dive into Jeremy’s amazing experience and lessons lear…
 
Last weekend, I raced the North Fork 50 mile race in Buffalo Creek, CO. It was a training race and I got it done, but I had some issues along the way. I thought it would be interesting for the listeners to listen in as I discussed the race with my coach, Cliff Pittman. Cliff Pittman has been a guest on the podcast before and he always brings lots o…
 
Oh man, this is a good one. Kay (Pronounced Kai) Bretz had a paradigm shift when he decided to turn right! Kay, author of the book “Turning Right” had a 22% improvement in his 24 hour time in just 18 months and set the course record by 5 hours on the 250km (155mile) Big Red Run! What was the difference? His mindset! It was really enlightening to un…
 
Christi Burns discovered her gift of running long miles and hasn’t looked back. She’s overcome adversity and keep moving forward. I challenge you to find a running picture of her without a smile on her face! She also enlightened me to a unique use for aid station cups. :) Show Notes: https://www.theriot.run/christiburns/…
 
AJW (Andy Jones-Wilkins) has been a big part of our sport for quite some time. He hasn’t been afraid to make a statement both in his competitiveness on the trails and in his writing and interviews. It was such a pleasure getting to know AJW and gain some insight into his history, methods, and mindset in ultrarunning. I know you’ll enjoy listening i…
 
Arnold is a very experienced runner here in Tulsa who has had a really interesting life. Until middle school, he grew up on a Navajo reservation in Arizona with no electricity or running water. The life he lived there, prepared him to be an Ultrarunner later in life. Arnold ran his first ultra, a 100 miler, in 2006, and has been testing himself eve…
 
You’re going to enjoy my conversation with Brad Taylor. Brad lives in Texarkana. We met while running LOViT 100 and then we visited during the Ouachita 50 in Arkansas when I was crewing and pacing my coach, Cliff. Brad is a strong runner, a good dude, and a friend. He owns the FKT for Arkansas’ famous Eagle Rock Loop! We talk about that experience,…
 
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