September 14, 2017

When runners think of Dean Karnazes, they may recall the story of when he ordered a pizza to be delivered during a run. Or the time he ran 50 marathons in 50 states in 50 consecutive days. Or the time he ran 350 miles in 80 hours and 44 minutes without sleep.

His list o...

September 10, 2017

In the weeks leading up to the Indianapolis Monumental last Nov. 5, I was feeling properly trained, thanks to Angie Spencer and MTA Coaching.

At that point, her plans had guided me through two ultras and then onto recovery and preparing for Indy.

I knew I was physically...

September 5, 2017

Ask Angie Maske-Berka how many races she has run and she literally has no idea.

To be sure, Maske-Berka is as active in races as she is on social media and with the BibRave community. As for races, here’s her best shot at quantifying them: five ultra distances, mostly 5...

September 2, 2017

Some runners are in it for the thrill of races, meeting friends old and new, and enjoying the camaraderie from packet pickup to the post-race party.

While I enjoy the social benefits of running and races, I am motivated by improving my performance, meeting new challenge...

August 26, 2017

Every pair of Aftershokz Trekz Titanium wireless headphones comes with Audrey, the welcoming device when the user pairs the Bluetooth to a device.

Aftershokz is more than a digital voice you can count on, however. The wireless stereo headphones are simply the best optio...

August 22, 2017

The chief running officer for Runner’s World leaves behind a legacy of inspiring runners worldwide and — yes — the dreaded Yasso 800s.

Bart Yasso — the mayor of running — is loved and revered by runners worldwide. Yasso has engaged runners at races, expos, group runs wh...

August 19, 2017

Removing gluten from her diet improved Caitlin Landesberg’s health and fitness, and propelled her to create Sufferfest.

Caitlin Landesberg’s path to becoming an entrepreneur wound through a high-tech Bay area company to trail running and a life-changing hospital stay.


August 9, 2017

For full disclosure, I had the opportunity (or is that oo-portunity?) to test out and review a pair of Oofos sandals (Ooahh Sport) as part of being a BibRavePro.  Learn more about being a BibRavePro ambassador and check out BibRave.com to review, find and rate races.


August 8, 2017

Father joins daughter's quest to run a marathon, then rediscovers his love of running and tells it all in his book, "My Year of Running Dangerously."   

As a broadcast journalist, Tom Foreman has witnessed civic unrest, civil wars, earthquake carnage and more....

July 30, 2017

Along the main street in Leadville, Colorado, Chad Prichard is relaxed. He speaks in soft, calming tones to his service dog, Woody, who he is still training.  As an acoustic guitar player’s chords and soothing voice fill the air, we chat on a park bench.

Prichard lives...

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Evolving from injured runner to BQer

Marathon Training Academy podcast hosts Trevor and Angie Spencer discuss how Angie's training has helped me improve my marathon PR by 28 minutes, earn a BQ and conquer ultras.


Trails, coaching, diet  
and a whole lot more

Ryan Clayton welcomes me to his podcast where we cover topics from road and trail running to coaching to nutrition/diet to ambassadorships.


'Keep moving the goal line so you always have goals to work toward.'

Breaking the Barrier podcast host Andrew Lorenzo and I talked about goal setting and achieving.


'I am able to recover better from through an almost entirely plant-based diet.'

PlantTrainers hosts Adam and Shoshana Chaim discuss my evolving diet, endurance running and offer tips on how to become 100 percent plant-based.

My First Ultra host Scott Jones and I discuss my debut and lessons learned at the Buckeye 50K in Ohio.

'My fifth-grade teacher called me  molasses.'


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