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If you are thinking about a first ultra marathon this is the podcast for you. Running 44@60 began as a motivational and educational tool to help host Trevor Lee celebrate in 2021 a landmark birthday by running his first ultra marathon - the 44 mile Classic Quarter on the Cornish coastal path from Lizard Village to Lands End. The run was completed and the podcast has evolved and features runners and running specialists offering tips and advice from training to nutrition via race planning, kit, etc…Most episodes are around 25 minutes of fast paced, energising and inspiring tips, advice and ideas. Check out Trevor’s running/business book - ’12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon’ - available now on Amazon

Running 44@60 - tips, ideas and advice for your first ultra marathon Trevor Lee

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If you are thinking about a first ultra marathon this is the podcast for you. Running 44@60 began as a motivational and educational tool to help host Trevor Lee celebrate in 2021 a landmark birthday by running his first ultra marathon - the 44 mile Classic Quarter on the Cornish coastal path from Lizard Village to Lands End. The run was completed and the podcast has evolved and features runners and running specialists offering tips and advice from training to nutrition via race planning, kit, etc…Most episodes are around 25 minutes of fast paced, energising and inspiring tips, advice and ideas. Check out Trevor’s running/business book - ’12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon’ - available now on Amazon

    Bristol Running Show - various guests recorded live

    Bristol Running Show - various guests recorded live

    This episode was recorded live at the Bristol Running Show at  the Ashton Court Mansion on Saturday November 26th 2022 – it features short 2 to 3 minute clips from eight people who have a great running story to share whether they are taking on a challenge or running a business that gets people running.

    The clips feature in order:
    John and Kelly from the Single Malt Marathoners which is a podcast that follows their marathon trying activity and the occasional, or maybe more than occasional tot to help them along! Another John who is planning his first 12 hour race in 2023 and aiming to complete at least 40 miles - this is part of the Hope Trail Festival to be held in Newnham Park Plymouth July 7th to 9th 2023.Next up was Phil who came third in the East Devon Round in 2022 and is now targeting his first 100 mile event at the Cotswold Way Century in September 2023Then we had Graham McKenna from Start Running Stay Running. Graham is an ultra running coach and is planning to take on and beat the record for the fastest known time for the Welsh coast path in May/June 2023.Lucy and Laura did the first day (37 miles) of the Jurassic Coast Ultra in 2022 their first ultramarathon and Lucy is targeting the Hadrian's Wall 50 in 2024.Nairn Robertson launched Active Teams to help companies encourage their employees to be more active and to ultimately enjoy the mutual benefits of that.Edward Chapman is Trail Running Man and the record holder for the most completions of the 7 day Kalahari Augrabies Extreme Marathon (KAEM)And finally we hear from Chris from the Bristol Running School helping people become better runners. A big thanks to Tracy Waite from the Waite Room and Abichal Sherrington from UltraRunning World for organising the show. 
    This is episode 105 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 102 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    If you would like to come on this podcast email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 


    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 31 min
    Bristol Running Show - Preview

    Bristol Running Show - Preview

    The Bristol Running Show is taking place at Ashton Court Mansion on Saturday, November 26th

    It is free entry and runs from 9am to 6pm so chance to do the Ashton Court parkrun before coming along to the show

    There will be a series of free guided runs as well as yoga and meditation classes and throughout the day there will be fireside chats and inspiring speakers

    This podcast will have a stand so come along and we will do a three or four minute recording snippet where you can tell the world about your running plans for 2023

    I will also be offering signed copies of my book '12 Business Lessons from running an Ultra Marathon' for just £5 with all proceeds going to the Children's Hospice South West

    It promises to be a great day at the Bristol Running Show – see you there!

    This is episode 104 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 103 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    Alternatively you can obtain a copy by leaving a review on your podcast app for this podcast and then sending a screenshot of the review, with your name and address to podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk
    If you would like to come on this podcast and share your running experiences, tips, advice, plans, as well as specialist knowledge that will help runners then email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 
    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 9 min
    John Yelland Mad Hatter Sports

    John Yelland Mad Hatter Sports

    In this episode of the Running 44@60 podcast we talk to John Yelland from Mad Hatter Sports Events who put on a series of events that feature running and swimming including swim runs, swim, stand-up paddle board and run and the hourglass which is a running event.

    You can find out all about Mad Hatter Sports Events here

    And check put their Facebook page for details of the social swims John mentions in the recording.

    Here are details of the Bristol Running Show

    This is episode 103 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 102 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    Alternatively you can obtain a copy by leaving a review on your podcast app for this podcast and then sending a screenshot of the review, with your name and address to podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk
    If you would like to come on this podcast and share your running experiences, tips, advice, plans, as well as specialist knowledge that will help runners then email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 
    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 34 min
    Carrie Glenister's 4 Challenges and 4 Successes!

    Carrie Glenister's 4 Challenges and 4 Successes!

    I first met Carrie at the Cornwall Running show in April 2022. Carrie was persuaded to do a short podcast recording during which she explained that she had returned to running in 2021 after several years absence and had decided in 2022 to take on four challenges. And not just any old challenges but four far from easy ones.

    The Bodmin Beast marathon – a new event that would combine road and trail and in itself be a significant challenge

    The South-West Traverse – 45 miles on the south-west coastal path following the same route as the Classic Quarter – and this year run on one of the hottest days of the year

    The Black Rat – part of the Rosaland August Trails (RAT) event – 32 miles again all on the coastal path

    The London Marathon – the big finale of Carrie's four challenges and the one where she also had to raise a significant amount of money for the Royal Cornwall Hospital

    Carrie successfully completed all four challenges and in this episode of the Running 44@60 podcast she talks about each challenge and how it went, and let's not forget that several years ago Carrie donated a kidney, so part of her challenge was to prove that you can do these things with one kidney and to raise awareness of kidney donation.

    This is episode 102 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 101 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    Alternatively you can obtain a copy by leaving a review on your podcast app for this podcast and then sending a screenshot of the review, with your name and address to podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk
    If you would like to come on this podcast and share your running experiences, tips, advice, plans, as well as specialist knowledge that will help runners then email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 
    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 40 min
    Running and Motorbikes don't mix with Andrew Blizzard

    Running and Motorbikes don't mix with Andrew Blizzard

    Throughout the summer of 2022 my club colleague Andrew Blizzard was training in readiness for the pursuit of a sub three hour marathon in October.

    Towards the end of August during a speed session Andrew crossed a back road leading to an industrial estate and having manoeuvred around a car simply failed to notice a motorbike.

    The upshot was a very smashed up leg.

    In this episode of the Running 44@60 podcast Andrew recalls the accident and shares the rehabilitation programme he has undertaken and the goals he has set to get back running.

    Andrew's accident happened in a split second.

    He talks about having to adapt to not only not running but also not working and the mental as well as physical challenges this is brought, as well as the upsides and in particular the time spent with his young family which ordinarily he wouldn't have done.

    This is episode 101 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 100 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    Alternatively you can obtain a copy by leaving a review on your podcast app for this podcast and then sending a screenshot of the review, with your name and address to podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk
    If you would like to come on this podcast and share your running experiences, tips, advice, plans, as well as specialist knowledge that will help runners then email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 




    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 31 min
    Loch Ness Marathon 2022

    Loch Ness Marathon 2022

    This episode, which is episode number 100 of the Running 44@60 Podcast, was largely recorded on the run at the Loch Ness Marathon 2022.

    After some very severe editing I hope the recording chronicles my run and indeed how difficult I found it in the last 8 miles or so, not because of the terrain or undulations but for reasons I have yet to properly identify I did find myself walking a bit and then predominantly shuffling those last few miles which seemed to take forever.

    Maybe I simply hadn't trained enough, maybe I was eating and drinking the wrong things but they were the ones I had used in training, maybe my energy levels just weren't right on the day, or as I mentioned during the run may be I missed the crowds, which clearly on a course like this I knew in advance weren't going to be there.

    But I made it over the finish line and really glad that I took part in this very well organised event. After my post run recorded intro there is a short clip with Scottish marathon legend Fraser Clyne who I met by chance during the Saturday Expo. I used a handheld recording device and the quality of the short clip from Fraser isn't very good but I wanted to keep it in because he was highly interesting person with a very impressive marathon pedigree.

    So please bear with that bit of the recording.

    This is episode 100 of the Running 44@60 podcast. You can access and download the previous 99 episodes via your usual podcast app or follow this link.
    Host Trevor Lee ran his own first ultra in 2021 - the 44 mile Classic Quarter - hence 44@60.  Trevor has written a book about his buildup and adventure – it is both a business and running book and is now available on Amazon via this link: 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon. 
    Alternatively you can obtain a copy by leaving a review on your podcast app for this podcast and then sending a screenshot of the review, with your name and address to podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk
    If you would like to come on this podcast and share your running experiences, tips, advice, plans, as well as specialist knowledge that will help runners then email Trevor via: podcast@trevorleemedia.co.uk 
    The Running 44@60 podcast began as a learning / motivational tool for host Trevor Lee in his quest to run a first ever ultra - the Classic Quarter in 2021

    It now has over 100 episodes and is aimed at those thinking about and committing to their first ever ultra.

    Trevor wrote a book : 12 Business Lessons from Running an Ultra Marathon - all proceeds go to the Children's Hospice South West

    • 28 min

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