Ultrarunning

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This episode is brought to you by: Squatty Potty Find out more at enduranceplanet.com/squatty, and use the code “enduranceplanet” for 15% off your purchase! Tawnee and Lucho sit down for a LONG talk about art, the sub 3-hour marathon, lab test, field tests, riding intensity and off-season training. Also covered in this show: Hitting 1000… read more

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This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “What You Should Know About Multiday Races”, please leave it below in the comments section… The challenge in typical ultramarathons like 50 or 100 milers is obviously how to conquer the distance and reach the finish line.… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Tips for Running a 24 Hour Race”, please leave it below in the comments section… A 24-hour race is a type of ultramarathon. Instead of a set distance, there is a set time. The ultrarunner’s goal in… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Knowing When to Quit and Accept a DNF”, please leave it below in the comments section… A common denominator among most if not all ultrarunners is the desire to test one’s physical and mental limits. What better… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Drop Bag Preparations”, please leave it below in the comments section… You can think of drop bags as something like ring buoys. The various gear, food and supplements packed into them can save you from “drowning” when… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Pacing Your Runner”, please leave it below in the comments section… An ultrarunner’s crew is generally expected to carry out his support role during pit stops. There is one particular task however that will require a crew… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “How to Crew for Your Runner”, please leave it below in the comments section… There is a group of people who are just as much a part of an ultramarathon and play a crucial supportive role. They… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Tips for Aid Station Use”, please leave it below in the comments section… Aid stations are the oases along an ultramarathon course. They don’t just provide respite for the physical difficulties. They could be a much needed… read more

This article is part of Endurance Planet’s ultrarunning article series. If you have questions, comments or feedback about “Running Downhill”, please leave it below in the comments section… There are quite a few ultramarathon events that involve hills. When faced with such an obstacle the natural tendency is to run going up and take a… read more

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