Running your first ultramarathon is a terribly great commitment to make to yourself.
It’ll hurt you in ways that you didn’t know running could hurt you and it will force mental fortitude that you didn’t know you possessed. Overall, regardless of how prepared you are physically or logistically, it is likely to be one of the most difficult things that you ever embark upon. The constant metronome of your feet hitting the ground will cause more unravelings in your body than most people are comfortable dealing with. Now is a good time to stop thinking of yourself as “most people.”
Host and endurance athlete Rick Alexander shares his secrets for a successful ultramathon.
- Everything you Need-To-Know
- Training Tips
- Game Day Checklist
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