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Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

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Trail Runner Nation
Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

33
Followers
121
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Trail Runner Nation is devoted to sharing knowledge and advice to the trail running community - from beginners to the pros! We offer tips and discussion regarding race nutrition, pacing strategy, mental focus and much more from well-respected members of the trail community.

Latest Episodes

An Outdoor Life with Sunny Stroeer

Sunny Stoeer lived her life the 'right' way including an MBA from Harvard Business School and a successful career as a strategy consultant. She always felt happier outside pursuing running, climbing and mountaineering. She took a risk and decided to leave behind the career in consulting and took up the dirtbag life and has found joy doing the things she loves. We discuss some of the things that she learned from Harvard Business School can translate to Ultrarunning, adventuring and chasing FKTs

64 MIN1 w ago
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An Outdoor Life with Sunny Stroeer

How to Finish Your Next Race Much Faster with Karl Meltzer

Karl Meltzer just won his record 41st 100-mile race in October at the Cloudsplitter 100- the most of any other person! He joins The Nation with Andy Jones-Wilkins to discuss one way to potentially shave HOURS off your next 100-mile finish. His philosophy: KISS- Keep is Stupid Simple. Trail running is a very simple and primitive sport that we might be making way too complicated and difficult. Making choices in your gear, drop bags, crew, pacing and aid station management can shave hour(s) off your time.

71 MIN2 w ago
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How to Finish Your Next Race Much Faster with Karl Meltzer

Running is My Biggest Teacher - Ray Zahab

Ray Zahab is an explorer, endurance athlete, mentor, coach, teacher. Ray has been encouraging and mentoring other to push beyond their perceived limits for nearly 15 years directing races, or guiding groups to remote places. Ray explains that many people under estimate themselves and that taking risks and doing hard things brings fulfillment, joy and a desire to help others achieve great things.

62 MIN3 w ago
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Running is My Biggest Teacher - Ray Zahab

Running to the Edge - Matthew Futterman

Matt, a avid runner, tells the story of the evolution of running from the 1950s, He describes this evolution of speed and endurance through the story of Bob Larsen, a hall of fame track field coach. He explains what we have learned about running science through the experience that Coach Larsen had coaching the small-town Jamul Toads to a national championship and coaching the great Meb Keflzighi's amazing career. "Running to the Edge: A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed"

55 MINOCT 19
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Running to the Edge - Matthew Futterman

Recalibrate and Re-engage

We have all had disappointing finishes or the feeling of not accomplishing a goal. How do you deal with these setbacks or roadblocks? Bob Crowley discusses how he handled a disappointing DNF at Tor Des Geants in 2018. He brings part of his team, Coach Meghan Laws, and Crew Cheif, Donna NiCuarta, to the table to help explain how he was able to evaluate, rebuild, train and execute his second attempt this year.

100 MINOCT 14
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Recalibrate and Re-engage

Patrick Reagan- Enjoying the View

Patrick Reagan has had a fun year from defending his win at at Javalina Jundred, setting a personal best at the Hoka 100K Challenge, and placing 8th at his first attempt at Western States 100. Our conversation with Patrick include how he has learned from mentors along the way, his love for running long distances, how he takes breaks, etc. Check out his web site and coaching at PatricReaganRunning.com Or follow him on social media Facebook Instagram

68 MINOCT 6
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Patrick Reagan- Enjoying the View

Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down with the Coaches

Ian Sharman, Joe Uhan and Matt Laye return to Trail Runner Nation to discuss some interesting topics including: Poles or No Poles? Strength or mobility work, which is preferred? Should you specifically work to improve your form? Mechanical efficiency & metabolic efficiency? Visit College of Idaho with Assistant Professor, Matt Laye SharmanUltra.com UhanPerformance.com

55 MINSEP 21
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Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down with the Coaches

Courtney Dauwalter is a 4.4...What's your GRIT score?

Courtney Dauwalter is the fastest woman at UTMB in 2019! She continues to impress us with her determination, resilience and GRIT. We put Courtney on the spot in this podcast by measuring her GRIT according to Angela Duckworth's GRIT Calculator. We discuss where she got her grit and how to increase ours.

73 MINSEP 21
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Courtney Dauwalter is a 4.4...What's your GRIT score?

What Can We Learn - Running in Europe vs. USA?

Sally McRae and Billy Yang just returned from Europe where Sally ran UTMB for the fifth time. We talk to Sally and Billy about what things Americans need to know when going to Europe to run and visa versa. Check out Sally at her web site, instagram, and twitter Check out Billy Yang a his web site, instagram, and his podcast And just in case you were interested in the tiny phone:

91 MINSEP 10
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What Can We Learn - Running in Europe vs. USA?

Run and Become - The Next Level

Runner and Filmmaker, Sanjay Rawal, explores cultures from around the world to understand the primal necessity of running and how these cultures connect with nature and are changed / transcending to a new level of being. We discuss the levels of running from the physical to the mental and then a newer, higher level that is meditative or spiritual. Sanjay's documentary, "3100: Run and Become", a must watch.

80 MINAUG 31
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Run and Become - The Next Level

Latest Episodes

An Outdoor Life with Sunny Stroeer

Sunny Stoeer lived her life the 'right' way including an MBA from Harvard Business School and a successful career as a strategy consultant. She always felt happier outside pursuing running, climbing and mountaineering. She took a risk and decided to leave behind the career in consulting and took up the dirtbag life and has found joy doing the things she loves. We discuss some of the things that she learned from Harvard Business School can translate to Ultrarunning, adventuring and chasing FKTs

64 MIN1 w ago
Comments
An Outdoor Life with Sunny Stroeer

How to Finish Your Next Race Much Faster with Karl Meltzer

Karl Meltzer just won his record 41st 100-mile race in October at the Cloudsplitter 100- the most of any other person! He joins The Nation with Andy Jones-Wilkins to discuss one way to potentially shave HOURS off your next 100-mile finish. His philosophy: KISS- Keep is Stupid Simple. Trail running is a very simple and primitive sport that we might be making way too complicated and difficult. Making choices in your gear, drop bags, crew, pacing and aid station management can shave hour(s) off your time.

71 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Finish Your Next Race Much Faster with Karl Meltzer

Running is My Biggest Teacher - Ray Zahab

Ray Zahab is an explorer, endurance athlete, mentor, coach, teacher. Ray has been encouraging and mentoring other to push beyond their perceived limits for nearly 15 years directing races, or guiding groups to remote places. Ray explains that many people under estimate themselves and that taking risks and doing hard things brings fulfillment, joy and a desire to help others achieve great things.

62 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Running is My Biggest Teacher - Ray Zahab

Running to the Edge - Matthew Futterman

Matt, a avid runner, tells the story of the evolution of running from the 1950s, He describes this evolution of speed and endurance through the story of Bob Larsen, a hall of fame track field coach. He explains what we have learned about running science through the experience that Coach Larsen had coaching the small-town Jamul Toads to a national championship and coaching the great Meb Keflzighi's amazing career. "Running to the Edge: A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed"

55 MINOCT 19
Comments
Running to the Edge - Matthew Futterman

Recalibrate and Re-engage

We have all had disappointing finishes or the feeling of not accomplishing a goal. How do you deal with these setbacks or roadblocks? Bob Crowley discusses how he handled a disappointing DNF at Tor Des Geants in 2018. He brings part of his team, Coach Meghan Laws, and Crew Cheif, Donna NiCuarta, to the table to help explain how he was able to evaluate, rebuild, train and execute his second attempt this year.

100 MINOCT 14
Comments
Recalibrate and Re-engage

Patrick Reagan- Enjoying the View

Patrick Reagan has had a fun year from defending his win at at Javalina Jundred, setting a personal best at the Hoka 100K Challenge, and placing 8th at his first attempt at Western States 100. Our conversation with Patrick include how he has learned from mentors along the way, his love for running long distances, how he takes breaks, etc. Check out his web site and coaching at PatricReaganRunning.com Or follow him on social media Facebook Instagram

68 MINOCT 6
Comments
Patrick Reagan- Enjoying the View

Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down with the Coaches

Ian Sharman, Joe Uhan and Matt Laye return to Trail Runner Nation to discuss some interesting topics including: Poles or No Poles? Strength or mobility work, which is preferred? Should you specifically work to improve your form? Mechanical efficiency & metabolic efficiency? Visit College of Idaho with Assistant Professor, Matt Laye SharmanUltra.com UhanPerformance.com

55 MINSEP 21
Comments
Thumbs Up / Thumbs Down with the Coaches

Courtney Dauwalter is a 4.4...What's your GRIT score?

Courtney Dauwalter is the fastest woman at UTMB in 2019! She continues to impress us with her determination, resilience and GRIT. We put Courtney on the spot in this podcast by measuring her GRIT according to Angela Duckworth's GRIT Calculator. We discuss where she got her grit and how to increase ours.

73 MINSEP 21
Comments
Courtney Dauwalter is a 4.4...What's your GRIT score?

What Can We Learn - Running in Europe vs. USA?

Sally McRae and Billy Yang just returned from Europe where Sally ran UTMB for the fifth time. We talk to Sally and Billy about what things Americans need to know when going to Europe to run and visa versa. Check out Sally at her web site, instagram, and twitter Check out Billy Yang a his web site, instagram, and his podcast And just in case you were interested in the tiny phone:

91 MINSEP 10
Comments
What Can We Learn - Running in Europe vs. USA?

Run and Become - The Next Level

Runner and Filmmaker, Sanjay Rawal, explores cultures from around the world to understand the primal necessity of running and how these cultures connect with nature and are changed / transcending to a new level of being. We discuss the levels of running from the physical to the mental and then a newer, higher level that is meditative or spiritual. Sanjay's documentary, "3100: Run and Become", a must watch.

80 MINAUG 31
Comments
Run and Become - The Next Level
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