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UltraRunning Magazine’s May/June “Adventure” issue is available now, featuring hydration pack reviews, race reports from the Barkley Marathons and Ted Corbitt 50k, articles about trail running economy and so much …
Overtraining syndrome is a condition that haunts many runners, often leading to a frustrating halt in their training or even forcing them to step away from the sport. In this episode, we unravel the mysteries surrounding this condition with research affiliate Jill Colangelo.
In this episode, we are thrilled to bring you the incredible journey of a married couple, Krista and Guy Alderdice, who recently competed in the Wild Horse 200 that started on April 5 in South Wales, Great Britain.
UltraRunning Magazine Editor-in-Chief Amy Clark joins the show to give us an inside look at the April issue, including our spring shoe review, an in-depth piece on Tim Tollefson, Rocky Raccoon 100 race recap and more.
Phoenix Arizona’s Jeremy Ogle, AKA, Arm Solo, isn’t remarkable because he’s a professional athlete with only one arm, or that he survived at motorcycle crash that should have ended his life or because he’s putting on a daily clinic on how to be a single-parent – he’s remarkable because he lives his life with purpose and he smashes obstacles with his spirit.
UltraRunning Magazine editor Amy Clark joins the show to breakdown the March issue and recap her trip to the Barkley Marathons.