Past guest Vinnie Crispino from Pain Academy returns to talk about his epic first ultra. Vinnie took on a brutal 50 miler called the Old Cascadia and was in a little over his head.
Born and raised in Utah, Ultra-Runner Reid Woolsey recently moved to North Carolina. He would use the trails in his new home to set a new world record for vertical gain in a single month.
She loved long runs, he loved WODs, they found love in each other. Rachel Daw and Brian Papay share the story of finding each other and sharing miles together.
Rick Olderman has been a sports and orthopedic physical therapist for over 20 years and what he has discovered about the root cause of injuries and pain could change your running for the better.
Chris Fox is an Atlanta based trail and ultra runner who is also a lawyer and a musician. We explore the similarities between the flow of a great run, and a great jam. Plus we throw in some music for your run with some new tunes from his band Bellwether Station.
Trails have been a huge part of Jonathan Riley's life, he builds them, runs them, and hikes them. A recent cancer diagnosis changed his life in many ways, but it didn't take away his love for running on the dirt.
It was an idea that started on a run, an idea for a new race registration website that would give back to charity. Through various chance encounters the idea would grow to include a race tracking technology that could change the face of trail and ultra racing forever.
Anton Krupicka finally ran his first race on the Beast Coast, The Clawhammer Mountain 50k in North Carolina. He shares his thoughts on the race and we talk racing, running, life and more. A fun conversation for sure.
A health scare led Joe Jude down the path to Ultras and a training run led him to a park that would capture his imagination, and challenge his endurance in ways he never thought possible.
Becca Joyner started the summer off with a race at Bad Water that did not go her way, at all. But she was able to bounce back and get a win at the Yeti 100, under the brutal conditions brought to the area by what was left of Hurricane Ian.
Ron Dawson is not your typical Instagram influencer, but over twenty thousand people look to him for his no bullsh!t Texas wisdom about fitness and life. He joins us to talk about is journey from a doctors appointment that set him on the path to fitness.
Ryan Clifford is a rising star on the Beast Coast, and he had one hell of a summer. Snagging wins at both the Black Hills 100 and the Eastern States 100 he brought home arguably the two coolest race trophies outside the cougar.
You don't have to run the Appalachian Trail all at once, you can break it up just like Meg Landymore did and "Section Run" the AT. Meg shares the story of why she decided to see the AT one piece at a time.
Brandy Ray battled addiction for years, and during one miraculous day she found the strength she needed to get sober and stay clean. With her newfound sobriety she would find ultra running, and discover the incredible strength and will power she used to kick her addiction would make her unstoppable.
Ultra Runner and Race Director Brian Mister has brought some unique ideas, such as pay what you can entry fees, to his "Around the Crown 10k" in Charlotte North Carolina. He would go on to created a race like no other, with ideas that ultra running may want to adopt.
Scotty Walden is the Head Football Coach for Austin Peay State University, and the youngest Head Coach in Division 1 College Football. He is also a runner, husband, father, and one of the most motivating people you will ever meet. Get inspired for your running and your life.
While running in college, Joel Zeigler came upon a race that captured his imagination, a brutal Alaskan 5k that started off as a bet. Joel made it his mission to run the race. After many failed lottery attempts he finally got in, and ran one hell of an adventure at the Mount Marathon Race.
Amy Tucker had a great job, and big house and a son with a problem she couldn't find a solution for, until she took it upon herself to develop a product that would find uses in everything from days at the beach to Special Operators on the job, and ultra-runners.
Kelly ODell has spent a lot of time around the race billed at "The Toughest Footrace On Earth", she even got engaged at the race. This year she decided to lace up her shoes and toe the line, and found one heck of an adventure in the 135 miles through the desert.