- Fat Adaptation, Strategic Carbs and Ketones
- HURT 100
- Be a Smart Runner
- Overcoming Nutrition Challenges
- The Role of Protein During Exercise
- Long Haul 100
- Mountain Mist
With its third running in 2017, Hixon 50K is a relatively new event set in a region that’s made for trail running. The dense forests and craggy limestone rock faces that make up the unglaciated terrain of western Wisconsin’s Coulee Region beg for a foot race.
The idea of running non-stop for 100 miles would cause most folks to contemplate a rather long list of difficulties they might encounter. Instead, a clear narrative unfolds in my head of happily gliding through the woods basked in sunlight, merrily bantering with fellow runners while singing birds guide us along. What could possibly go wrong?
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