LESSONS FROM THE JOURNEY
With a little planning and some fun in the kitchen you can make your own organic energy gels. By popular demand, here is one of my go-to’s for long-haul nutrition when I’m out trail running. I am a huge fan of whole food nutrition on and off the trails, reserving the simple sugars like gelsContinue reading “Whole Food Homemade Gels for your Ultra Running Endeavors”
Running the Lost Coast in a single push. Muse of all Muses, when a bucket list adventure route becomes an 11-month obsession. Making a challenging FKT the “A” goal Last year in August on a moderate amount of training, but to me, at the time, what seemed like enough to get the job done. IContinue reading “Lost Coast Unsupported FKT”
Do one’s personal choices matter? Can one’s actions create change? I sure hope so… These are questions that you may have asked yourself at one point or another if you have ever thought about your impact on the planet. I know that I have. After years of pondering this, I have learned to answer thatContinue reading “Why Your Choices Matter to the Planet”
Rarely do all the pieces come together in a way that leaves one fulfilled and satisfied. Grateful for the opportunity to lower the bucket deep to bring it back full, leaving you with a sense of reverence for what you can accomplish. The Xmas day double was concocted by one of my running buddies, DaveContinue reading “XMAS Day Pole Mountian Double FKT”
Pushing to the edge is something that I really enjoy about ultrarunning. Stepping into the unknown knowing that at some point it is going to get hard, very hard, and all you have is your training and your grit to get you to the finish. Leaning into this kind of struggle is a skill thatContinue reading “LOST COAST FKT ATTEMPT”
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