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Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

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Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

Trail Runner Nation

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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

Dr. Cucuzzella Completes His First 100-Miler!

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella has been running his entire life and has many marathons, six completions of the JFK 50 and two completions of the Comrades Marathon. But this fall he ticked of his first 100-miler! We talk to him about his great achievement and what he learned at the first inaugural Rim to River 100. We also reminisce about his 20 episodes with us beginning in the 2012!

62 min3 d ago
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Dr. Cucuzzella Completes His First 100-Miler!

Pack Burro Racing - A Kick in the Ass

The famous Western States 100 began from a horse race that started back in 1955. SIX years prior to this (1949), Pack Burro racing had been a prize-paying sport that started in the mountains of Colorado. Past guest and running shoe enthusiast, Brian Metzler, rejoins The Nation after we found out he has participated in many of these unusual events. Make sure you read Brian's book, Kicksology: The Hype, Science, Culture & cool of Running Shoes

67 min1 w ago
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Pack Burro Racing - A Kick in the Ass

Ask The Coaches- Answering Your Training Questions

CoachesIan Sharman,David RocheandKrissy Moehlrejoin The Nation to answer questions you submitted via social media. Topics include: - Taking time off after a big race - How to be safe on the trails - How to know you are ready for the next challenge - Are back to back trainings necessary? - How to incorporate stationary bike into training - How to increase training duration and/or time

72 min2 w ago
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Ask The Coaches- Answering Your Training Questions

Walking Down Memory Trail with Warren Pole

This is our first Simul-podcast. It only makes sense that we would do this with our favorite British corespondent, Warren Pole, one of the founders of 33 Fuel. They recently started a podcast that is devoted to endurance fueling: 33Fuel Podcast We reflect on the eight-year relationship with Warren and Erica, his wife. Be sure to try out the many products at 33fuel.com and use the code TRN33 for 10% off your purchase.

76 min3 w ago
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Walking Down Memory Trail with Warren Pole

Kim Strom: Running For Life

We all have multiple identities. Some of these identities come by choice, by chance or forced upon us. They may change over time too. We are the sum of these identities. They help us learn and grow. In this episode we talk to Kim Strom. We learn about some of her identities: Running model A Photographer A Writer A Trail Runner Her newest identity - cancer patient Check out this collective:alpsinsight.com Photo Swiss Alps and by PatitucciPhoto

61 minOCT 25
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Kim Strom: Running For Life

Running Around the World in 45 Minutes

We brought together running representatives from three continents - Asia: Mark Agnew, Hong Kong - Europe: Hillary Gerardi, France - North America: Jamil Coury, USA We asked them to talk about running topics that are current in their corner of the world.

52 minOCT 17
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Running Around the World in 45 Minutes

Allow Your Happiness to Run Wild: Zoë Rom

Zoë Rom had a great birthday this year. She woke up and set out to run the 17-mile, 5400' ascent to Capitol Peak. Capitol Peak is one of the infamous "14ers" (peaks in Colorado over 14,000' elevation). Zoë is also the assistant editor at Trail Runner Magazine, runner, climber, coach and host of the new Trail Runner Magazine in-house podcast called DNF. Photos by TJ David

54 minOCT 10
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Allow Your Happiness to Run Wild: Zoë Rom

Finding His Edge-Adam Kimble

Earlier this summer Adam Kimble broke the supported FKT (fastest known time) on the 171-mile circumnavigation of the Tahoe Rim Trail in 37 hours 12 minutes. The Tahoe Rim Trail is a trail that forms a loop around the Lake Tahoe Basin in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada in the United States. The trail ranges in elevation from 6,240 feet at the outlet of Lake Tahoe to 10,338 feet at Relay Peak in Nevada. Adam broke Killian Jornet's 2009 record by 20 minute.

58 minOCT 2
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Finding His Edge-Adam Kimble

The Rise of the UltraRunners

One of the many conversations we enjoy on the trail is how each of us were introduced to trail and ultra running. Each of us has our own story. Although each of these stories are unique, there are some relatable common threads. In the book, The Rise of the Ultra Runners - A Journey to the Edge of Human Endurance, Author Adharananad Finn explores these stories as he walks through his journey into ultra running with the final destination of running UTMB, a 106-mile race through the French Alps.

63 minSEP 25
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The Rise of the UltraRunners

How Do you Measure Success with John Kelly

This was John's second attempt at The Grand Round. We discuss why he decided to try again and lessons that he learned. Although most of us will never consider something this grandiose, we do like to set goals that push us to our own personal limits. The lessons that John learned can be transferred to our personal attempts at greatness. Please consider donating to John's focused charity, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust Photo Credit: Max Holloway

66 minSEP 18
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How Do you Measure Success with John Kelly

Latest Episodes

Dr. Cucuzzella Completes His First 100-Miler!

Dr. Mark Cucuzzella has been running his entire life and has many marathons, six completions of the JFK 50 and two completions of the Comrades Marathon. But this fall he ticked of his first 100-miler! We talk to him about his great achievement and what he learned at the first inaugural Rim to River 100. We also reminisce about his 20 episodes with us beginning in the 2012!

62 min3 d ago
Comments
Dr. Cucuzzella Completes His First 100-Miler!

Pack Burro Racing - A Kick in the Ass

The famous Western States 100 began from a horse race that started back in 1955. SIX years prior to this (1949), Pack Burro racing had been a prize-paying sport that started in the mountains of Colorado. Past guest and running shoe enthusiast, Brian Metzler, rejoins The Nation after we found out he has participated in many of these unusual events. Make sure you read Brian's book, Kicksology: The Hype, Science, Culture & cool of Running Shoes

67 min1 w ago
Comments
Pack Burro Racing - A Kick in the Ass

Ask The Coaches- Answering Your Training Questions

CoachesIan Sharman,David RocheandKrissy Moehlrejoin The Nation to answer questions you submitted via social media. Topics include: - Taking time off after a big race - How to be safe on the trails - How to know you are ready for the next challenge - Are back to back trainings necessary? - How to incorporate stationary bike into training - How to increase training duration and/or time

72 min2 w ago
Comments
Ask The Coaches- Answering Your Training Questions

Walking Down Memory Trail with Warren Pole

This is our first Simul-podcast. It only makes sense that we would do this with our favorite British corespondent, Warren Pole, one of the founders of 33 Fuel. They recently started a podcast that is devoted to endurance fueling: 33Fuel Podcast We reflect on the eight-year relationship with Warren and Erica, his wife. Be sure to try out the many products at 33fuel.com and use the code TRN33 for 10% off your purchase.

76 min3 w ago
Comments
Walking Down Memory Trail with Warren Pole

Kim Strom: Running For Life

We all have multiple identities. Some of these identities come by choice, by chance or forced upon us. They may change over time too. We are the sum of these identities. They help us learn and grow. In this episode we talk to Kim Strom. We learn about some of her identities: Running model A Photographer A Writer A Trail Runner Her newest identity - cancer patient Check out this collective:alpsinsight.com Photo Swiss Alps and by PatitucciPhoto

61 minOCT 25
Comments
Kim Strom: Running For Life

Running Around the World in 45 Minutes

We brought together running representatives from three continents - Asia: Mark Agnew, Hong Kong - Europe: Hillary Gerardi, France - North America: Jamil Coury, USA We asked them to talk about running topics that are current in their corner of the world.

52 minOCT 17
Comments
Running Around the World in 45 Minutes

Allow Your Happiness to Run Wild: Zoë Rom

Zoë Rom had a great birthday this year. She woke up and set out to run the 17-mile, 5400' ascent to Capitol Peak. Capitol Peak is one of the infamous "14ers" (peaks in Colorado over 14,000' elevation). Zoë is also the assistant editor at Trail Runner Magazine, runner, climber, coach and host of the new Trail Runner Magazine in-house podcast called DNF. Photos by TJ David

54 minOCT 10
Comments
Allow Your Happiness to Run Wild: Zoë Rom

Finding His Edge-Adam Kimble

Earlier this summer Adam Kimble broke the supported FKT (fastest known time) on the 171-mile circumnavigation of the Tahoe Rim Trail in 37 hours 12 minutes. The Tahoe Rim Trail is a trail that forms a loop around the Lake Tahoe Basin in the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada in the United States. The trail ranges in elevation from 6,240 feet at the outlet of Lake Tahoe to 10,338 feet at Relay Peak in Nevada. Adam broke Killian Jornet's 2009 record by 20 minute.

58 minOCT 2
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Finding His Edge-Adam Kimble

The Rise of the UltraRunners

One of the many conversations we enjoy on the trail is how each of us were introduced to trail and ultra running. Each of us has our own story. Although each of these stories are unique, there are some relatable common threads. In the book, The Rise of the Ultra Runners - A Journey to the Edge of Human Endurance, Author Adharananad Finn explores these stories as he walks through his journey into ultra running with the final destination of running UTMB, a 106-mile race through the French Alps.

63 minSEP 25
Comments
The Rise of the UltraRunners

How Do you Measure Success with John Kelly

This was John's second attempt at The Grand Round. We discuss why he decided to try again and lessons that he learned. Although most of us will never consider something this grandiose, we do like to set goals that push us to our own personal limits. The lessons that John learned can be transferred to our personal attempts at greatness. Please consider donating to John's focused charity, the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust Photo Credit: Max Holloway

66 minSEP 18
Comments
How Do you Measure Success with John Kelly
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