E36 Trail Tips: Speed Goggles

E36 Trail Tips: Speed Goggles

This episode of Trail Tips covers Tory's return to racing, how snug her speed goggles fit, and another batch of listener questions.

We chat about how to run downhill fast, what happens if you miss a week of training, and what to do if your watch won't last as long as your race. 

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E34 Hilary M: An uphill climb to the podium

E34 Hilary M: An uphill climb to the podium

Hilary Matheson is a freelance photographer, graphic designer, social media influencer, multi-sport athlete, and published writer. 

As an ultra runner, Hilary has seen success within the longer distances, with podium finishes in races ranging up to 120 miles long. Her theory is that she’s just incredibly stubborn, so she thrives on races where it’s mostly just about who can suffer for the longest.

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E33 Gina: The founder of Trail Sisters on life beyond running

E33 Gina: The founder of Trail Sisters on life beyond running

Gina is not only the founder of the insanely popular platform Trail Sisters, but she is also a total badass runner of any distance. The former NCAA athlete won the 1,500-meter individual National Championship, and a few years later was running for Team USA in the trails.

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E32 Trail Tips: Tory's safety rant, distance vs time on feet, and our favourite things

E32 Trail Tips: Tory's safety rant, distance vs time on feet, and our favourite things

Coach Tory and I are back to answer more listener questions! We discuss training by distance or time on feet, how to stay safe, and our favourite things. Learn what pants actually stay up when running, the best traction for ice and snow, and why cotton isn't a bad option. 

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E31 Rhea: Getting comfortable with the risk

E31 Rhea: Getting comfortable with the risk

Rhea is a competitive trail runner that found the key to success in staying positive. After DNFing and blaming herself and her crew she realized negativity can destroy you. Since then she's placed first female and first overall in countless races. Rhea shares her story as well as a ton of great training tips and safety tips. 

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