Greg Sisengrath Goes the Distance to Help Others Achieve Their Goals


Greg Sisengrath has completed 56 trail races, so it’s safe to say he is familiar with the sport.

Greg Sisentgrath is Definitely at Home on the Trails

In addition to getting out there and running himself, he’s also willing to help others by pacing and crewing along with coaching other athletes.

Today we will go a few easy miles and find out how the ultra world drew him in and keeps him coming back for more.

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Quick Tip: Give Change a Chance Before Making a Final Decision


I was listening to the Jordan Harbinger Show the other day, and something that was mentioned on the show really stuck with me.

The discussion had nothing to do with running, but Jordan and his guest were talking about how quick people are to try something once and then give up because it was too hard or didn’t go the way they had planned.

They gave a metaphor of having an old cabin out in the woods that you only visit once a year. And every year when you get to the cabin, you have to turn the water on and let it run for a few minutes to flush out the pipes before the water will once again be clean and safe to use for drinking, cooking, and whatever.

And as I listened to the discussion, I kept coming back to that idea of letting the water run.

If you don’t give change a chance, your situation may never get better. Or easier. Or provide you the benefit you were seeking in the first place. Read more

Walker Higgins Is Treating His Life As One Big Adventure


Today on the show I am going a few easy miles with Walker Higgins.

Walker Higgins

Walker has experienced all facets of the running world ranging from racing, crewing, pacing, and directing races.

Each area offers unique challenges and Walker is sharing how continues striving to improve.

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Nicklaus Combs Keeps Coming Back to a Distance That Continually Humbles


My guest today checks quite a few trail and ultra runner boxes.

His Instagram running photos are awe-inspiring, his beard is on point, and he has multiple 100-mile finishes attached to his name.

Nicklaus Combs and I will go a few easy miles as he shares his many adventures along with his ever growing list of what’s to come.

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Quick Tip: Progress Comes in Different Shapes and Sizes


One thing that fuels a lot of runners to keep logging their miles is tangible proof that the work you are doing is paying off.

Seeing the mileage totals steadily climb every week/month keeps you going.

A little increase in pace per mile is a nice sign that you’re making progress as well.

When you’re seeing progress just about everywhere you look, you almost can’t wait for your next run.

But what happens when your progress seemingly grinds to a halt?

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