Making the leap to an ultramarathon - part one - Jamie King Fit
Whether you’re getting into distance running, thinking about attempting your first ultra marathon or perhaps embarking on a new challenge, it can be daunting to figure out what to do and how to do it. Last week, I was asked to speak at Columbia Sportswear in honor of National Trails Day on this very subject and this week, I am honored to be sharing many of those same tips with you as part of an interview series I was honored to participate in with NordicTrack. NordicTrack gathered together an excellent group of ultramarathon runners (seriously, they are all amazing athletes!) to lend you their hard-earned wisdom. This advice has been broken into a 3-article series with interviews from ultrarunning bloggers (including yours truly) offering insights for future ultramarathon runners. In this first segment, you’ll find thoughts and personal experiences what ultrarunners find to be most difficult when it comes to ultramarathon running. Here’s the full interview for your enjoyment! Whether you’re a veteran of many races or just few, these runners may surprise you. Having already made the leap to ultrarunning, they are in the position to help you over the hurdles they have already cleared. The Most Difficult ...
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