16 episodes

Finding Connection on and off the trailThe goal of the podcast is to capture these deep conversations and share the stories of ultra runners and adventurers, with a focus on telling female athletes stories. Conversations that go beyond running to explore what it means to push your limits, seek adventure and find connection out on the trail. The guests and their stories will inspire you and hopefully empower you to find your own adventure and tell your own story

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Finding Connection on and off the trailThe goal of the podcast is to capture these deep conversations and share the stories of ultra runners and adventurers, with a focus on telling female athletes stories. Conversations that go beyond running to explore what it means to push your limits, seek adventure and find connection out on the trail. The guests and their stories will inspire you and hopefully empower you to find your own adventure and tell your own story

    Amy Puzey: What happens when your 'A' race doesn't go to plan

    Amy Puzey: What happens when your 'A' race doesn't go to plan

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Annie Weiss: FKT on the 1200 miles Ice Age Trail

    Annie Weiss: FKT on the 1200 miles Ice Age Trail

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Meghan M Hicks: Telling the stories of trail and ultra running "who we are, why we run, and the way running changes our lives and the world"

    Meghan M Hicks: Telling the stories of trail and ultra running "who we are, why we run, and the way running changes our lives and the world"

    Meghan Hicks from https://www.irunfar.com discusses running, writing and travel, three of my all time favourite things! 

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Ellie Greenwood: Shares her ultra running journey that includes wins at Western States and Comrades, and shares her knowledge as a coach

    Ellie Greenwood: Shares her ultra running journey that includes wins at Western States and Comrades, and shares her knowledge as a coach

    Ellie Greenwood in 2018 shares her extensive knowledge about ultra running. Find out more about her coaching services http://elliegreenwood.blogspot.com/p/videos.html

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Jen Segger: Reaching your full potential

    Jen Segger: Reaching your full potential

    Jen Segger: Jen drops some serious knowledge from her twenty + years competing globally in endurance adventures.

    • 59 min
    Jaybie Pagarigan: Not just a maid

    Jaybie Pagarigan: Not just a maid

    Jaybie Pagarigan shares her story of leaving the Philippines to work as a domestic worker in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong she discovered the trail and ultra running community and she shares how running has helped and how that community can welcome runners fr...

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

Steve+Knives ,

Runner Behind Knives The Scout Dog

I have a lot commonalities with Martinus. When I was 36 years-old I was in a high speed automobile accdient that split my right knee cap in half and crushed vertebrae in my cervical and lumbar spine. When I was 38 yeats-old the Ortopaedic surgeon finally reattachend my miniscus and told me I would need a total knee replacement within 1 year. I walked out of the office, went home and put on blue jean shorts and old basketball shoes and really picked up my running. Over 30 now and I never had the knee replace and won't. I run at least five 50K every year on using the knees I was born with., I beliieve in standing up and being a voice for change in the running community when change is needed. I want full transparency! Rather than "shooting an email" to an RD, I'll post directlty to the event's FB page so everyone sees my question and the anwer. I've found telling it like it is in what I see in ultras doesn't go down well. The truth is NOT popular in ultras. I think drug testing for all those placing should be a requirement as I know some of the biggest ultra runners and mental health promoters use ampfetamines. I'll call them out every chance I get.

crystalfields ,

Great to listen to on a long run

A fun, inspiring podcast with a great host. I hate how she talks in the intro, but once she starts the interview section, her voice goes back to normal, so hang in there! She asks good conversation-prompting questions and has interesting guests on, and I love to listen to the show on my easy runs or even when I’m just driving or cooking, etc. So glad to have a female host of a trip running show!

Texas Running Guy ,

Amazing podcast!

I really enjoy this podcast and how Stephanie engages with her guests about running!

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