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Just Trail Running

Month: March 2023

EP 617: How One Man Changed Hydration for Running In this episode we speak with Bryce Thatcher, the founder of UltrAspire and a true pioneer in the world of hydration packs. Bryce has been a runner for over 40 years and has always been fascinated by the intersection of technology and sport. In the early

The Three Day Training Camp

The post The Three Day Training Camp appeared first on iRunFar. AJW writes about the benefits of a three-day training camp for ultramarathon build-up, especially 100-mile races. The Three Day Training Camp by Andy Jones-Wilkins…. Read More

A Different Kind of Search and Rescue

It’s hard to make friends as an adult. Add in introvert tendencies. Multiply that by a new city. Raise it the power of the pandemic. In early 2020, I was a year into a new job in a new part of the country… The post

Benefits of Walking 3 Miles a Day

Walking is a great way to start exercising and get in shape. It’s easy to begin, simple to maintain, and doesn’t require any fancy equipment! Almost everyone can build a decent distance daily with consistency and determination. The benefits of walking 3 miles a day

Rebuilding through Running

Through these races and the training in between, I focused on self-connection. As I lovingly pushed to my edge, I felt and let go of sensations of shame and brokenness and stoked the fire of passion and aliveness. I wrapped up my 5-in-’22 goal two

Hoka Torrent 3 Review

The post Hoka Torrent 3 Review appeared first on iRunFar. An in-depth review of the Hoka Torrent 3. Hoka Torrent 3 Review by Travis Liles…. Read More

XTERRA Trail Run World Championships Moves To Maine

XTERRA, the world’s most popular off-road triathlon series, is dedicating more energy and attention to its trail running. In 2023, XTERRA is organizing a World Series in which runners across the globe can compete in to earn their place at the XTERRA Trail Run World

How I View My Body’s Resilience

Often, I catch myself blaming my body for falling short of my expectations. While those moments are less frequent and less debilitating, they still happen. My guess is that they happen to you as well. Those are the battles that help build us, though. The