#32: Running (and Crewing) A 100-Mile Race

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Show Notes:

Weee’rre Back!

Welcome to Season 3 of the Podcast, starting with this special bonus episode about running and crewing 100-mile race in the middle of a pandemic.

We chat about:

  • gear
  • food
  • training
  • possible obstacles
  • the day of
  • and more!

And, of course, we tie everything back to our favorite topics: progress, purpose, and re-defining your relationship with failure.

Takeaways:

  • Never underestimate the power of a sunrise (literally and figuratively).
  • Not succeeding is part of life, but whether or not we fail is up to us.
  • No man is an island. There are amazing, good people out there. Let them help, and be that kind of person.
  • Don’t be discouraged. The race is not over! Get up and try again.

We’re unscripted again, but if I had to choose a one-liner and a journal prompt they would be:

One-Liner:

Journal Prompt: What failures are you going to learn from and who are you going to lean on this year?

If we missed anything, or if you have any questions about ultra-running, we’d love to answer them below πŸ‘‡πŸΎπŸ‘‡πŸΎ.

Spread love!

❀ Jenny and Joe


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5 thoughts on “#32: Running (and Crewing) A 100-Mile Race

  1. A new year with many things learnt from the last. This year I’m going back to studies. I’m not going to placed the same pressures to excel and not going to be a perfectionist with how I learn. I’m going to utilise the support services around me to help balance my commitments with life. Hopefully there aren’t any harsh lockdowns that will screw with plans.

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    1. I hope the same for you! I couldn’t believe what your lockdowns were like. That would be so hard. I’m excited for you to go back to studies! Brave and amazing! Can’t wait to see what 2021 has in store for you, Kathy πŸ™‚

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