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Tips on how to be a better endurance athlete, every day, directly from the world's best runners!


Whether you participate in endurance races as a hobby, or you're a competitive ultra-endurance athlete, this podcast will help you achieve your goals when it comes to racing, training, and recovery.


The show is hosted by Ultra-Endurance athlete, Joe Corcione, who has competed in Ultramarathons, Ultratriathlons, and Ironman races.

Everyday Ultra Joe Corcione

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    • 4.8 • 34 Ratings

Tips on how to be a better endurance athlete, every day, directly from the world's best runners!


Whether you participate in endurance races as a hobby, or you're a competitive ultra-endurance athlete, this podcast will help you achieve your goals when it comes to racing, training, and recovery.


The show is hosted by Ultra-Endurance athlete, Joe Corcione, who has competed in Ultramarathons, Ultratriathlons, and Ironman races.

    Brianna Grigsby on Eating Smarter, Improving Running Fitness, and Chasing Huge Goals

    Brianna Grigsby on Eating Smarter, Improving Running Fitness, and Chasing Huge Goals

    Brianna Grigsby is an ultrarunner based out of Tucson, AZ who is on the Aravaipa Racing Team and has had multiple top finishes at some of the most competitive ultramarathons in the country! This includes placing in the top 5 at Black Canyon 100k and Bandera 100K, top 10 at Javelina Jundred, and tons of podium and first place finishes.

    What’s awesome about Brianna is that although she doesn’t have a traditional running background, she was able to become a high performing runner through training hard, believing in herself, and setting big goals for herself.

    And in this episode, Brianna covers a wide range of topics including how to fuel smarter, dealing with body image when it comes to running, how she approaches her training, and a powerful way that she approaches her goals when it comes to racing.

    Huge thank you to Brianna for coming on the show!

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Bryce Brooks on How to Balance Training Hard and Having Fun in Running

    Bryce Brooks on How to Balance Training Hard and Having Fun in Running

    Training for an ultra marathon takes a ton of work. But just because it takes a ton of work doesn’t mean you can’t have fun and can’t enjoy the process along the way. And our guest today lives by that philosophy, as he is an incredibly talented runner who takes the podium often; but still has an absolute blast whenever he’s training for his next race.

    Today, we’re chatting with Bryce Brooks! Bryce is an ultraruner based out of Phoenix, AZ and is also on the marketing team at Aravaipa Running. He has taken ton of podium and top finishes at Arizona races, most recently taking two wins and one third place finish at the winter DRT series run by Aravaipa.

    Bryce has also completed the entire Arizona Trail, which is an incredible accomplishment on its own!

    But even though Bryce is super speedy and can race well, he also has tons of fun in his training! That means grabbing tons of local crowns on Strava segments on the area, or throwing in a few extra races in his schedule to add some excitement into the mix. And all of this leads to Bryce not only performing well; but also, building a running lifestyle that is best fit for him!

    In this episode, Bryce shares his perspective on the value of putting yourself in a ton of races to gain experience, how he has been able to make tons of progress in his running in only a short time in the sport, and his biggest lessons he’s learned throughout his many training runs and races.

    Huge thank you to Bryce for making this happen!

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    • 1 hr 11 min
    JP Giblin on How to Build Self-Belief in Your Running and Racing

    JP Giblin on How to Build Self-Belief in Your Running and Racing

    When you set big running goals, it not only takes a ton of physical training to accomplish those goals; but it also takes tons of mental training as well. And the most important mental training you can do to help you hit your goals is cultivating a bulletproof sense of self-belief.

    And that is exactly what today’s guest has mastered over the past year every time he’s toed the line at an ultra. Especially after his most recent Golden Ticket win at Bandera 100k 2023.

    In this episode, we chat with JP Giblin who is an ultra runner based out of Boulder, CO. JP most recently placed in 2nd at the Bandera 100k in Texas, securing a Golden Ticket to get him into Western States, which was a huge goal of his throughout the past year.

    On top of his impressive finish at Bandera, he’s also placed 2nd at the legendary Leadville 100 (only a week after doing a 100 mile mountain bike race!), 13th at the Canyons 100k, 3rd at the McDowell Mountain Frenzy, and 2nd in the Silver Rush 50 miler.

    And one of his biggest keys to success along the way has been his ability to cultivate deep-self belief and harness the mindset of a true winner when it comes to racing an ultra.

    You’ll hear JP share an inspirational breakdown of his epic Golden Ticket win at Bandera 100, practical tips that he uses to cultivate self-belief and determination out on a race, and how to solve problems and bust imposter syndrome as a runner.

    Huge thank you to JP Giblin for coming on the show!

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    • 1 hr 15 min
    Tessa Chesser on How to Cultivate Mental Strength in Your Running

    Tessa Chesser on How to Cultivate Mental Strength in Your Running

    If you asked me who I think are the most mentally tough ultramarathon athletes, there is no doubt that I’d be including this episode’s guest in that answer. With a Golden Ticket win at Javelina Jundred, a 4th place finish at UTCT PT55, and countless podiums and victories, Tessa Chesser knows what it takes to dig deep and channel her inner strength in an ultra.

    Tessa Chesser is a professional ultramarathon runner for Craft, and is based out of Colorado. She is known for her incredible performances on the trail and her bulletproof mindset that has allowed her to push through tons of adversity during her races.

    Not only is she tough, but she also has an amazing approach to self-love, self-belief, and fulfillment; and she cultivates all of those things through running and how she takes on life.

    In this episode, coming off of her incredible 4th place finish at UTCT PT55, Tessa shares what she does to cultivate mental strength in her life, how she utilized the power of belief to dominate her race in Cape Town, and how she is approaching her big plans going into 2023 (I am still so inspired by listening to her talk about her upcoming goals).

    This is such an awesome episode, and a huge thanks out to Tessa for coming on the show!

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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Time Management Tips to Fit Ultramarathon Training in Your Busy Schedule

    Time Management Tips to Fit Ultramarathon Training in Your Busy Schedule

    Training for an ultramarathon takes a ton of time. And chances are good that you already have a ton of things going on in your life that also demand your attention. Between day jobs, family, kids, and side projects, finding time to get in your training can be tough.
    But even with a busy schedule, there is a way to make time for training for an ultramarathon. It just comes down to a few simple practices that can help you make the time to train for your next ultra. And in this episode, I cover all of those simple practices.
    This is the method that I use to manage running 80-100 miles a week on top of having a full time job, being in a romantic relationship, running a podcast, and completing many other side quests in life.
    Although I totally get how everyone's schedules are likely different than mine (and many of you are more busy than I am), I hope these time management principles applied to running can help you fit in your training, despite having a crazy busy schedule.
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    • 34 min
    Georgia Porter on How to Run Better by Being More Present

    Georgia Porter on How to Run Better by Being More Present

    Our guest today has been taking the trail running world by storm in 2022, as she has been at the top of the podium at nearly every race she’s ran this year! And most recently, she just earned herself a sponsorship with Salomon after winning the McDowell Mountain Frenzy 50 miler earlier this month. 

    Her key to success? Learning how to embrace what she enjoys most about running, being more present, and a unique approach to goal setting. 

    Today’s guest is Georgia Porter who is a trail runner based out of Flagstaff, AZ. Recently, she made the switch from the roads onto the trails, and has since podiumed at 8 races in 2022 (most of them being wins!). Georgia is also a coach with Team RunRun and is part of the All In Trail Collective. 

    In this episode, Georgia chats about how being more present in her training runs and races has led to her enjoying running more, her unique (but super powerful) approach to setting race goals, and how she’s able to stay so consistent in her training while still not sacrificing the joy in running. 

    Huge thank you to Georgia for making this episode happen! 

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    Check out this blog post from Georgia: https://teamrunrun.com/joy-in-the-journey-with-coach-georgia-porter/ 

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    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

M&Mrunner ,

Take a listen!!

This is such a positive and worthwhile podcast to put into your routine podcast listen list. Joe’s excitement for the sport is very contagious. He does a great job at listening intently to the guests, asking engaging questions that pull out some wonderful stories and helpful info, and builds a sense of community amongst the listeners. Thanks for the work you put into this Joe! Keeps me motivated on my super early morning, snowy winter runs!

jtcollins2112 ,

Great poscast

Podcast is for the normal runner as well. Love it.

James Minick ,

This podcast helped me finish my first 100 miler

Just completed my first 100 mile race less than 9 months after my first marathon. Joe and his guests were instrumental in educating me on how to prepare for this journey and I am so grateful for all the insights! Thank you for helping me achieve my goal!

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