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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E26: Trail Tips -Tory quits running

E26: Trail Tips -Tory quits running

In this episode of trail tips Tory gets honest about taking a break from structured training guilt free. Guess what? Running is supposed to be fun and rest is okay! We answer listener questions about nausea during races, breaking up long runs, back to back long runs, and our feelings around Strava.  

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E25 Kailey: We will call this fearless

E25 Kailey: We will call this fearless

Kailey Allan has packed more into her 26 years of life than the average person ever does. She's currently a Mechanical Engineer at a remote diamond mine in the sub-arctic of northern Canada. She spends 50% of her time underground, and the other 50% training to be a competitive trail runner. Her history includes designing high end furniture in Belfast, becoming a Divemaster in the Canary Islands, and  making bikes in Nepal where she finished 1st place female in the Himalayan Rush Triathlon. 

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E19 Faith: When life gives you weather, learn how to run

E19 Faith: When life gives you weather, learn how to run

Faith was 46 years old when her home town in Massachusetts was hit with a Tornado, leaving no end of destruction. Needing to do something to help she signed up for a charity 5km to raise money. The then non-runner quickly fell in love. She improved rapidly as new runners often do, and set her sights for a BQ. After 6 or 7 tries, she realized the ultra world was where she belonged.

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