The UltraRunning Magazine Podcast brings listeners in-depth conversations with elite ultrarunners, coaches, medical professionals, race directors and more who cover any and all topics in the world of ultrarunning.
In this episode we’re joined by the extraordinary Tessa Chesser who recently punched her ticket to Western States when she podium’d at Javelina Jundred in what was just her second 100-mile effort. Tessa shares a very authentic look into her life as we discuss her training, recovery, personal journey, self-care and love.
Tessa lives in Flagstaff, AZ.
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Fixing Your Feet
The book, Fixing Your Feet by John Vonhoff with Tonya Olson, is the ultrarunner’s definitive guide on foot care. John and Tonya share details about the book’s new upgrade and essential tips including shoe fit, sock selection, foot care, recovery and much more.
And stay tuned after the interview for our “What’s the Issue” segment with UltraRunning Magazine editor, Amy Clark, including details on how you could score an entry into Western States 100!
In this episode we are joined by Western States Endurance Run, Race Director, Craig Thornley, for his candid take on some of this year’s tragic ultra events. Craig offers an honest perspective on mountain ultra safety and the roles and responsibilities of race organizers and runners. Also learn about your chance to win an entry into the 2022 Western States Endurance Run.
Thanks to our sponsor Drymax Sports.
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Scotty talks with Josiah Hesse who is an avid runner, freelance journalist and author of a new book titled, Runner’s High: How a Movement of Cannabis-Fueled Athletes is Changing the Science of Sports.
Learn more about Josiah: https://josiahhesse.com
Learn more about Runner’s High: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/653009/runners-high-by-josiah-hesse/
This episode is sponsored by Utzy Naturals: utzy.com
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My First Hundo | Wesley Schlabach
In this episode, we roll out our very first “My First Hundo” episode with Wesley Schlabach. Wesley recently ran the Tuscazoar 100 in Ohio.
Wesley’s story features his weight-loss journey, positive attitude and pursuit to affect positive health outcomes in others.
This episode is sponsored by Drymax Sports
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In this episode we take a trip down under to the Land of Oz and have a talk-about with the spirited Katie Visco. Katie is on a mission of self-discovery and self-love, which is interwoven into her passion for running and community.
She joins the program to share her recent adventure in Australia, participating in the 1000 Miles to Light, a 1,000-mile relay race to raise awareness and funds for youth mental health services.
You’ll also hear about Katie’s cycle-supported run across Australia - a 2,210-mile endeavor over a four-month period. Kate is also the second-youngest female ever to run across the United States.
One in four young Australians are experiencing a mental health difficulty. Yet, of these, 70% won’t seek help. You can help make a difference in a young person’s life today. Learn more about Reachout Australia and contribute if at all possible.
Love more at https://about.au.reachout.com/donate
Get the details about Kayo 1000 Miles to Light, a 10-day ultra race to raise awareness and support for Reachout Australia.
Learn more at https://www.1000milestolight.com/
Learn more about Katie Visco and her Good Juju Energy Balls at https://www.katievisco.com/
Watch Katie’s documentary, Twenty-One Twelve: A Human Powered Adventure Across Australia, https://vimeo.com/ondemand/twentyonetwelve/572322506
Follow Katie on IG at https://www.instagram.com/katievisco/
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Thanks to our episode sponsor: SOAR Running