On today’s episode, I’m joining Dane Rauschenberg for another easy run just about a year after our initial chat.
Dane is an extreme distance runner, and in our initial chat we talked about some of his exploits and achievements in his past. This time we talked about his past year of running, venturing off the trails, and some of the things he has going on beyond his running.A Second Podcast Chat with Dane Rauschenberg Click To Tweet
I’ve enjoyed chatting with Dane both times that he’s been on the show now, and I really think you’re going to enjoy our conversation today. Here are some of the highlights of our chat:
- Why last year was the worst year of his running career
- The difference between running and racing on the trails
- Running in the US Trail National Championship
- An attempt at running Rim2Rim2Rim and coming up one Rim short
- A different meaning for the running term “DNF”
- Comparing trail runners and road runners
- The runner’s mentality: why a bad race for one runner would be a dream come true for another
- The fallacy of believing that anything is possible
- The two projects Dane is working on at the moment
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