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Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

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Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

45
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331
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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

Grab Bag with Matt Fitzgerald and Zach Bitter

Zach Bitter and Matt Fitzgerald pop in to see who reins supreme with a grab bag topic. Check out Zach's latest world record and his coaching information at zachbitter.com Matt is always working on the next must-read running book. Make sure you have his entire library and his coaching service at mattfitzgerald.org.

68 MIN1 w ago
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Grab Bag with Matt Fitzgerald and Zach Bitter

Ten Things New Trail Runners Should Know

Do you remember your first trail run? What was the first thing you learned? There are some differences everyone learns when transitioning to the trails. Andy Jones-Wilkins joins The Nation and we talk about some things we wish we knew including: How to find a trail? What gear do you need? What techniques are different? How can I remain safe? What Etiquette is important to know

78 MIN2 w ago
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Ten Things New Trail Runners Should Know

Running 100 Miles Without Food?

Michael McKnight set the fastest cumulative time for the triple crown of 200-milers. Around the same time, he began his journey to become a fat-adapted runner. Three years later and without a race on the calendar, he wondered if he could run 100 miles without food, relying on his fat burning engine. In the early hours of May 8, he began his self-made 100-mile route around Cache Valley, UT. Join us in a before and after podcast with Michael and his coach, Jeff Browning.

84 MIN3 w ago
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Running 100 Miles Without Food?

Culture and Community Before Sport - Buzz Burrell Talks FKT

Peter Bakwin and Buzz Burrell popularized the term Fastest Known Timeswhen they set the FKT on the John Muir Trail in 2000. A few years later they created the website that helps our community record cool routes around the world. With the cancellation or postponing of many races this year, more people are "projecting" adventures that might lead to an FKT. Buzz joins us to talk about the rise in popularity of FKTs and how you can participate! Tune into the Fastest Known Time Podcast

56 MINMAY 9
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Culture and Community Before Sport - Buzz Burrell Talks FKT

Bonk or No Bonk

Coaches Ian Sharman, David Roche and Krissy Moehl join The Nation to debate matters of trail running consequence in a new game called, "Bonk or No Bonk. More about Krissy Moehl: Krissy Coaching services Krissy's book, "Running your First Ultra" Sharman Ultras coaching services More about David Roche: David and Megan's coaching at SWAPRunning (SWAP stands for Some Work, All Play). Their book, the Happy Runner

64 MINMAY 2
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Bonk or No Bonk

Dr. Cucuzzella Makes House Calls

In our first call in show, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella fields calls from Nation Listeners from around the world. We field questions regarding Risks of fasted runs Rehab from meniscus injuries Training for a marathon vs. a mountain ultra Best treadmills for running indoors How to avoid injury and run pain free Please consider supporting Dr. Cucuzzella's running store, Two Rivers Treads or call them for expert advice. 304-885-8843 Visit the Natural Running Center

48 MINAPR 25
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Dr. Cucuzzella Makes House Calls

ITRA: An Organization that Can Protect Our Trail Community

Recently, our friend and trail culture advocate, Bob Crowley, was appointed as President of ITRA, International Trail Running Association. Bob helps The Nation understand more about this little known organization that we SHOULD know about and support. ITRA's values mirror our shared values of authenticity, humility, fair play, respect, solitary, and teamwork. Not only can it represent our collective voice, but can help race directors and individuals alike.

60 MINAPR 18
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ITRA: An Organization that Can Protect Our Trail Community

How Does Your Brain Work? with Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson

We often hear that, "ultra running is 90% mental and the rest is in your head".....or something like that. Returning favorite guest, Dr. Simon Marshall and3-time Xterra world champion, Lesley Paterson join The Nation to help us understand how the brain works and strategies to help us perform at a higher level. Visit their website: BraveHeartCoach.com to learn more or to schedule 1/2 hour mental coaching sessions. Check out their new Xterra Podcast

65 MINAPR 11
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How Does Your Brain Work? with Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson

TRN Audio Magazine - Volume 8

Volume 8 of the Pulitzer Prize winning TRN Audio Magazine is now available at your corner newspaper stand. Featured articles : Is Longer Better? Good Until the Last Drop Give me 5 You Never Forget Your First Time Does the Tail Wag the Dog? Running, Is it Good for Your Knees? Don't Believe the Hype How Much?

77 MINAPR 4
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TRN Audio Magazine - Volume 8

Western States Cancels 2020 Race - A Talk With the RD

Today, the Western States Endurance Run Board of Directors announced the cancellation of the 2020 race. This is only the second time in the race's 46 years that they have had to cancel the race. Race Director, Craig Thornley, joins Andy Jones-Wilkins in a discussion to clarify and answer any questions.

46 MINMAR 28
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Western States Cancels 2020 Race - A Talk With the RD

Latest Episodes

Grab Bag with Matt Fitzgerald and Zach Bitter

Zach Bitter and Matt Fitzgerald pop in to see who reins supreme with a grab bag topic. Check out Zach's latest world record and his coaching information at zachbitter.com Matt is always working on the next must-read running book. Make sure you have his entire library and his coaching service at mattfitzgerald.org.

68 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Grab Bag with Matt Fitzgerald and Zach Bitter

Ten Things New Trail Runners Should Know

Do you remember your first trail run? What was the first thing you learned? There are some differences everyone learns when transitioning to the trails. Andy Jones-Wilkins joins The Nation and we talk about some things we wish we knew including: How to find a trail? What gear do you need? What techniques are different? How can I remain safe? What Etiquette is important to know

78 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Ten Things New Trail Runners Should Know

Running 100 Miles Without Food?

Michael McKnight set the fastest cumulative time for the triple crown of 200-milers. Around the same time, he began his journey to become a fat-adapted runner. Three years later and without a race on the calendar, he wondered if he could run 100 miles without food, relying on his fat burning engine. In the early hours of May 8, he began his self-made 100-mile route around Cache Valley, UT. Join us in a before and after podcast with Michael and his coach, Jeff Browning.

84 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Running 100 Miles Without Food?

Culture and Community Before Sport - Buzz Burrell Talks FKT

Peter Bakwin and Buzz Burrell popularized the term Fastest Known Timeswhen they set the FKT on the John Muir Trail in 2000. A few years later they created the website that helps our community record cool routes around the world. With the cancellation or postponing of many races this year, more people are "projecting" adventures that might lead to an FKT. Buzz joins us to talk about the rise in popularity of FKTs and how you can participate! Tune into the Fastest Known Time Podcast

56 MINMAY 9
Comments
Culture and Community Before Sport - Buzz Burrell Talks FKT

Bonk or No Bonk

Coaches Ian Sharman, David Roche and Krissy Moehl join The Nation to debate matters of trail running consequence in a new game called, "Bonk or No Bonk. More about Krissy Moehl: Krissy Coaching services Krissy's book, "Running your First Ultra" Sharman Ultras coaching services More about David Roche: David and Megan's coaching at SWAPRunning (SWAP stands for Some Work, All Play). Their book, the Happy Runner

64 MINMAY 2
Comments
Bonk or No Bonk

Dr. Cucuzzella Makes House Calls

In our first call in show, Dr. Mark Cucuzzella fields calls from Nation Listeners from around the world. We field questions regarding Risks of fasted runs Rehab from meniscus injuries Training for a marathon vs. a mountain ultra Best treadmills for running indoors How to avoid injury and run pain free Please consider supporting Dr. Cucuzzella's running store, Two Rivers Treads or call them for expert advice. 304-885-8843 Visit the Natural Running Center

48 MINAPR 25
Comments
Dr. Cucuzzella Makes House Calls

ITRA: An Organization that Can Protect Our Trail Community

Recently, our friend and trail culture advocate, Bob Crowley, was appointed as President of ITRA, International Trail Running Association. Bob helps The Nation understand more about this little known organization that we SHOULD know about and support. ITRA's values mirror our shared values of authenticity, humility, fair play, respect, solitary, and teamwork. Not only can it represent our collective voice, but can help race directors and individuals alike.

60 MINAPR 18
Comments
ITRA: An Organization that Can Protect Our Trail Community

How Does Your Brain Work? with Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson

We often hear that, "ultra running is 90% mental and the rest is in your head".....or something like that. Returning favorite guest, Dr. Simon Marshall and3-time Xterra world champion, Lesley Paterson join The Nation to help us understand how the brain works and strategies to help us perform at a higher level. Visit their website: BraveHeartCoach.com to learn more or to schedule 1/2 hour mental coaching sessions. Check out their new Xterra Podcast

65 MINAPR 11
Comments
How Does Your Brain Work? with Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson

TRN Audio Magazine - Volume 8

Volume 8 of the Pulitzer Prize winning TRN Audio Magazine is now available at your corner newspaper stand. Featured articles : Is Longer Better? Good Until the Last Drop Give me 5 You Never Forget Your First Time Does the Tail Wag the Dog? Running, Is it Good for Your Knees? Don't Believe the Hype How Much?

77 MINAPR 4
Comments
TRN Audio Magazine - Volume 8

Western States Cancels 2020 Race - A Talk With the RD

Today, the Western States Endurance Run Board of Directors announced the cancellation of the 2020 race. This is only the second time in the race's 46 years that they have had to cancel the race. Race Director, Craig Thornley, joins Andy Jones-Wilkins in a discussion to clarify and answer any questions.

46 MINMAR 28
Comments
Western States Cancels 2020 Race - A Talk With the RD
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