March 14, 2017
With the 25th running of the Chuckanut 50k happening this weekend we thought it would be a great time to talk to the amazing RD- Krissy Moehl. Krissy was kind enough (and patient enough) to join us for a podcast over the phone. Being in the final stages of preparation we cannot thank Krissy enough for taking the time to talk to us and give us all the details about the race and what the runners can expect. She has a couple other RD's helping and a load of volunteers to help make this event happen. Good Luck and we hope you all enjoy the show!
Photo Credit: Fred Marmsater
March 7, 2017
Sushi then a Podcast....Yes please. We definitely did something a bit different with this episode. We met our guest- Kenzie Barlow and a grocery store...a "high end" grocery store (her words-ha). We sat in some soft leather couches next to the fire place and it was game on!
Kenzie has been running, racing and coaching for years. When she talks you can just see the joy they bring her. She is passionate about running and gathering more and more knowledge on the stuff. We covered a bit of everything from Snow Snorkelers to Dirty Dirty Rap. If you don't believe that- you better have a listen.
Enjoy the show and check out the Tenacity Tenfold Endurance link in the show notes.
October 18, 2016
It was a pleasure to get to sit in the "stands" at the Speedgoat Croquet Court and talk to the legend, Karl Meltzer about his FKT on the AT. We knew he had already sat down with so many people and shows in the past that we mixed it up a bit and asked him questions from our listeners to spice it up.
We also were able to talk about the future of the SpeedGoat 50k and pick his brain on other trail running topics.
He mentioned "something" he is planning with Redbull and we can't wait to hear more. Enjoy the show and don't forget about BOTH of the cool contests!
Check out Karl's website for coaching and more HERE
Interested in the UltrAspire SpeedGoat belt? Check it out HERE
Wanna try some First Endurance Ultragen or read more about it- Check it out HERE
- Appalachian Trail FKT: 45 days 22 hours 38 minutes
- Question for our listeners
- Advice for trail runners
- What's next?
- First Endurance Ultragen Contest
- UltrAspire "Ultimate Karl Meltzer Prize Pack"
In honor of Karl Meltzer setting the new Appalachian Trail Speed Run Record (45 Days 22 Hours 38 Minutes)
We're giving away the ULTIMATE Karl Meltzer Prize Package with autographed apparel, including his signature belt the Speedgoat!
Three ways to enter...(complete all three for multiple entries into the drawing)
3. In the "Comment" tag those who has inspired you along your running journey.
We'll draw a winner on Friday, October 28th.
August 23, 2016
When we got the opportunity to go to the UltrAspire house during Outdoor Retailers- we jumped. It was truly an all-star line up of not only amazing athletes but absolutely remarkable people.
The format was different and we had to be on our toes after recording 6 shows earlier in the day.
Our first podcast features Bree Lambert and Ian Sharman. Bree was gearing up for a run at Tahoe 50 and Ian was headed back to the Leadville 100 (Ian went on to win...again).
We talked about the sport of trail running, coaching and yes some racing as well.
Take some time and head over to their websites to have an more in-depth look as well as see if they may be the right coach for you!
- Our sport
July 19, 2016
We headed back to our home away from home in Park City and met up with guest Brian Tolbert at Park City Running Company. Right when we walked in the door we got the first real life glimpse on the "power- stache". Mr. Tolbert is one on the good ones in the sport. He is a great guy and just easy to sit and chat with.
Brian started in with a little background of his bike racing life until the switch over to running the trail. He may be a little newer to trail racing but he has some super impressive results. He takes us on a race by race breakdown as well as what's ahead.
Thanks again to Canice and Park City Running Company and of course Brian "power-stache" Tolbert.
- Power Lip beard a.k.a- Power-stache
- Aric's perm
- Bike racing
- Brian's Triathlon experience
- Trail running
July 5, 2016
We are super excited to get Ashley Nordell on Google Hangouts for this episode. I have been a fan of Ashley's for many years. She does "her thing" quietly and just goes out and racks up wins. Fresh off her Bighorn 100 win, Ashley talks to us about how this years race was different, the challenges faced with racing and being a mom as well as working with a coach for the first time.
Have a listen and enjoy!
- Bighorn 100- 1st Place women/5th Place Overall (21:38)- New CR
- Being coached
- Balance: Being a mom and running
- What's next?
(Photo credit: Scott Kruis)
June 28, 2016
With all the questions we have been getting in regards to coaching we thought we would bring someone on that knew firsthand. Debbie has never been coached but in January of this year that changed. She talks about the process she has gone through and how it has positively impacted not just her running but her life. As the interview goes on you can hear the excitement in her voice as she gets closer to her "A" race in September.
Thanks Debbie for taking the time to sit down with TrailManners.
Enjoy the show!
- Getting a Coach
- Changes to training
- Diamond Days (gonna start seeing some hashtags with that)
June 7, 2016
Well we had big plans of doing a show after the SMUT race this past Saturday but unfortunately we were toast. The heat and race took its toll so after about an hour of sitting around trying to regroup we called it and started the drive back home. We had a great time seeing some familiar faces and new ones and as always enjoyed our journey in the mountains.
During this show will we recap the race and just talk trails.
- SMUT Race
- We got cooked
- Why run?
December 8, 2015
Just like a race- when you don't get the result you want, you come back for more. That is what happened when we sat down with Ty a few months back and did a show with him. It did not come out how we wanted so we had our people get in touch with his people and we were lucky enough to book him again. I say we were lucky because Ty does it all- coaching, race directing, running, coaching, racing, traveling, teaching, did I say coaching? and of course a great family man.
You will be hard pressed to find a better person than Ty- he is one of the true good people out there and we were excited to hear what he is looking at for 2016.
- Fat biking
- Barkley dreamin'
- Jared Campbell, Mt Ranier and "type 3 fun"
- How to find the right coach