June 27, 2017
TrailManners super fan, Curtis Thompson, busted his wheel while volunteering at the 2017 RUFA and needed surgery to fix torn ligaments and tendons in his ankle. The long recovery meant his 2017 Wasatch 100 was out of the question as was most running for the summer. Curtis asked if we could do a show on the Psychology of Recovery and we're happy to make that happen!
Dr. Chris Heilman from Mindset Coaching, jumped on a call to answer Curtis' burning question...what is the optimal way to psychologically deal with an injury and what tools can we acquire and sharpen during the recovery process.
- Honor the Present
- Make a Suffering Inventory
- Allow Recovery to Happen
- Mindfullness and Meditaiton
- Jar of Awesomeness
- Passion Statement
June 22, 2017
Things are heating up! Not just the mercury but the race season is also getting spicy. We sit down in Studio 78 to bring you last weeks races and a preview for Western States. TrailManners gives our predictions and is offering up a prize to get your picks.
Aric & Joel are also headed off to Lander, Wyoming to race....or run the Sinks Canyon Rough & Tumble 50k. Good Luck to all those racing this weekend!
- Episode #88 Recap
- Big Horn 100 Recap
- Western States Predictions & Contest
- Your Running Tree
- TrailManners Strava week
PC: Bob McAllister- River of No Return 50k, Challis, ID (Where Did Your Feet Take You?)
June 20, 2017
With an uptick in trail usage we reached out to San Diego based ultra runner and founder of the Trail Initiative for some advice on being good stewards of the trails.
The Trail Initiative was founded in March of 2017 to help clean, preserve, and restore the trails of Southern California. Michael's goal is to grow the Trail Initiative from a local chapter to a National organization with a chapter in each state.
The Trail Initiative can be found on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thetrailinitiative/
- How Mike got into trail running and ultra running
- How the Trail Initiative started
- San Diego trail running culture
- Goals and the future of the Trail Initiative
- How can people get involved
June 15, 2017
Happy Father's Day. Singletrack Session #41is once again loaded with insight and rambling. Joel recaps our past Episode with Ty Draney as well as gives you a sneak peak of next weeks show. We discuss an upcoming contest for Western States and dive into trail nicknames. Have a listen and leave a comment!
- Episode #87 Recap
- Happy Father's Day
- El Vaquero - Sold Out
- Western States Contest next week
- Strava Weekly winners
- Trail Nicknames
- Last Day for Hoodie Pre-Sale HERE
PC: Natalie Sheffield- Lake Blanche; Winner "Where did your feet take you"
June 13, 2017
Ask The Listeners Question From Natalie Sheffield
Hey guys! I wanted to throw out a suggestion for the podcast. I recently had to back down my 50k to a half due to burnout. My problem was a fast buildup too soon. I'm always seeing people doing these epic runs on social media and I think that led to the fast build up that led to burnout. My thoughts were if they can do it , I can do it. I was wondering if you could do a newbie podcast on what to expect and how not to get caught up with what others are doing on social media. I think it's wonderful what people are accomplishing, but I think as a newbie you can get caught up with it and go out to hard. Social media does not showcase what it really takes to get to these high mileage points.
To help answer Natalie's question we called up Coach Ty Draney and asked him for his sagely advice.
- Why transition from road marathon to trail ultra?
- What can you expect when making the transition?
- Slow down and walk. No REALLY it's fine to walk!
- Wet shorts and chaffing
- Nutrition and hydration, it's okay to eat real food
- Aid Station transitions, plan ahead for an efficient visit to the AS
- Did we mention it's okay to walk!
June 8, 2017
After a 2 week hiatus we are back in Studio 78 at the beautiful 22nd st TH in Ogden for Singletrack Session #40. We have lots to talk about and there is a very special contest coming up for this Sunday's "Where did your feet take you?" that you will not want to miss. Spread the word, have a listen and have a great weekend!
PC: Christopher Fell: Keufelskopf Ultra Trail Race 45k Germany- Where did your feet take you weekly winner.
June 6, 2017
Did Dr. Manners IPA & Cheese Curd prescription work? With a little under 6 weeks until the 2017 Hardrock 100, Jeff Hart joins us for the third installment on his trail to Hardrock. Last time we had Jeff on he talked about battling inuries and the mental toll it was taking. This time around you can hear in his voice that he is feeling better and excited for the San Juans. Thanks again Jeff and good luck with the next month of Hardrock training.
- Recap of last months show
- Injury update
- Did Dr. Manners IPA & Cheese Curd prescription work?
- Build up to Hardrock
- Rocky IV
May 30, 2017
The "Power-Stache" is back and it is glorious as ever! We once again caught up with Brian "Power-Stache" Tolbert at Park City Running Company to recap and amazing 2016 as well as talk about his new deal with Under Armour. We then get into an crazy cool story about him helping friend and Under Armour teammate Kyle Dietz on an attempt for an FKT on the Waitukubuli National Trail in Dominica (brief hold while you google it)........okay we are back.
Youtube video link HERE.
Outside TV link HERE.
Thanks Brian and PC Run Co. for another great time behind the mics.
- The Stache is back
- 2016 Recap
- 2017 Preview
- Under Armour Athlete
- Outside TV- Dominica FKT attempt with Kyle Dietz
May 23, 2017
At it's core, TrailManners Podcast is a medium for the average trail runner to share stories of discovery, growth, beer, and of course cheese curds. Man, do we have a story for you today!
When I first heard that silky smooth Louisiana twang I knew we had a good guest, but did he have a story to match that gentlemen's drawl? Listen and enjoy as Logan Ledford spins a tale of growing up in Louisiana with water maccosians (that's a mean ass snake for those that don't know), grandma's fried chicken, and running highway over-passes for vert training. Stick around and find out how Logan made his way from the swamps to the Wasatch Front where he now is spearheading a #trashattack for the Wasatch Mountain Wranglers but we think he has more Branding power with #logansjunk.
- Louisiana roots and home cookin'
- Logan's first Ultra
- Moving to Utah
- Utah wlecome committee, Logan's Car gets stolen
- Wrangler spat is an opportunity for action
May 18, 2017
Normalcy may be back. It has been an absolute busy month or so for TrailManners and while we are back to a bit of normalcy, we are full steam ahead on other fun and new projects. Enjoy STS #39.
- Trail Etiquette
- Ricky Gates
- Race Recaps
- Harriman Run
- Strava Weekly Leaders
- Where did your feet take you?
PC: Alex Terrill- Timp (Where did your feet take you? Weekly winner)