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Jamil Coury joins us to share his running story, we also talk about the episode of "Mountain Outhouse" that backfired, and some of his favorite races around the world, and the races he is looking forward to doing on the Beast Coast.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoasttrailandultrapodcast…
 
Max King joins us to talk about running, training for high altitude races, his favorite races, and he confirms an urban legend about him and the Stump Jump 50k in Chattanooga. Max is a pretty cool guy and has a lot to say.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoasttrailandultrapodcast…
 
Andy Jones-Wilkins and Jennifer Raby join us to talk about running and racing during the pandemic. When will things go back to normal, what will normal look like? Does Andy have a brilliant new idea for a new product that everyone will buy? We get serious, we get silly.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.co…
 
We chat with Adam Devine about his recent Do It Yourself GDR that he did in a park across from his apartment in Brooklyn. Jeff Stafford also joins us as we talk about living life in the new normal of Social Distancing and working from home, and we review the Netflix show everyone is talking about, "Tiger King".Support the podcast by making a monthl…
 
Sean Blanton and Aaron Saft are two RDs that had to make the difficult choice to postpone their epic spring races due to COVID 19. Sean and Aaron talk about what caused them to reach the decision they did and plans to move each race to later in the year. We also talk about some epic runs that you can do unsupported, so you don't lose out on all tha…
 
Sean answers all of (most of) your questions about his epic adventure setting a new FKT on the 1108 mile Florida Trail. Everything you wanted to know, and a couple of things you didn't.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoasttrailandultrapodcastBy Ryan Ploeckelman and Sean Blanton
 
Cody Reed is a badass trail runner. He runs to compete at both popular American trail races and big gnarly international ultras. He lives and trains in Flagstaff, AZ, is one of the Coconino Cowboys, has incredible hair, and is a pretty rad human. Jess talks about all these things and more in this podcast episode. Get social with Cody on Facebook ht…
 
Sean is over 900 miles in his epic Florida Trail adventure, bed bugs, fist fights and a hug from a Pastor, and so much more. He has just over 200 miles left!Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoasttrailandultrapodcastBy Ryan Ploeckelman and Sean Blanton
 
Alie Columbus of Boise, Idaho is set her sights on becoming an ultra runner. She picked out a pretty cool local trail race to be her first 50k experience, The Wilson Creek Frozen 50k. Alie talked with Jess right before the race about what most exciting to her and what her biggest worries were. Then after Wilson Creek they talked again about how the…
 
Alanna Papiernik and Eric Kienle join us to talk about the Wild Florida 120, a race filled with incredible wildlife, not a whole lot of climbing, and all the goodness Florida has to offer.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoasttrailandultrapodcastBy Ryan Ploeckelman and Sean Blanton
 
Sabrina Stanley is the sweetest lady beast in the land. In this episode of the podcast Jess asks Sabrina about her experiences being the first American to ever win at the super rugged and beautiful Diagonale des Fous and what her goals are for 2020. Jess get a little “fan girl” about the whole thing and struggles with words. You can literally hear …
 
The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment is an incredible military unit with the best helicopter pilots in the world. They are the ones who bring the Navy SEALs and other Special Forces units behind enemy lines, A new Ultra has been created to honor these incredible soldiers and support the families of the fallen. Race Director, and current m…
 
The host of the "Eat Clean: Run Dirty/Sugarstride" podcast Jessica Croisant joins us to talk about life, running and random silliness. There are some legit running tips in here, but the highlight is in the first half when Sean admits to shaving a particular area of his body that will put an image of your favorite ginger in your head that you will n…
 
Sean Blanton is race director and owner of Run Bum Tours, he’s a road and trail runner as well as having competed in hundreds of ultras, and he is a pretty rad guy with a passion for adventure. Sean is spending some time along the Florida Trail preparing for his new race The Wild Florida 120 and his epic 1,100+ mile through hike of the scenic and g…
 
I had an unhealthy relationship with running, and have been dealing with burnout for nearly two years. Daniel Lucas joins me to talk about all the stupid mistakes I made while a running addict and how you can avoid growing to hate the sport you love so much.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/eastcoastt…
 
Jeremy Peterson joins us to talk about his incredible double Hellgate 100k, something that has been tried, but never successfully completed, until now. Jeremy talks prep, logistics, the ups and downs, and an email from RD David Horton that wasn't exactly what he expected.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.…
 
Abby Harris set a goal in 2016 to run an Ultra, it would take her three years to complete that goal, and the journey along the way will inspired the heck out of you. Grant McFerrin also join us to talk Cloudland Canyon and running ultras when most of your training has to be done on the job.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patre…
 
Since Sean describes everything as "epic" we decided to check and see if the Sky to Summit 50k and 25k is really "epic", or if old Blanton is blowing smoke up our rears. Jason Green, not that Jason Green, the other Jason Green, and Jamie Burrier give us the lowdown.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patreon.com/ea…
 
In his new book, Buzz!, Dr. Kenneth Carter goes inside the minds of thrill-seekers, daredevils, and adrenaline junkies to see what makes them seek out potentially dangerous activities. In the final of a series of interviews, Dr. Carter speaks with the Creator of Georgia Death Race, Sean Blanton. Buzz!: Inside the Minds of Thrill-Seekers, Daredevils…
 
In his new book, Buzz!, Dr. Kenneth Carter goes inside the minds of thrill-seekers, daredevils, and adrenaline junkies to see what makes them seek out potentially dangerous activities. In the fourth of a series of interviews, Dr. Carter speaks with highliner Faith Dickey. Buzz!: Inside the Minds of Thrill-Seekers, Daredevils, and Adrenaline Junkies…
 
Pat Reagan joins us to talk about winning the Javelina 100 for the third straight year, his plans for Western States, carbon plated shoes, common training mistakes, and shares a great recovery tip. You also have a chance to win an entry into the Grayson Highlands 50 miler, 50k or Half Marathon.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our P…
 
Fresh off her impressive win at Big's Backyard Ultra, Maggie Guterl shares her incredible story of 250 miles in 60 hours. The highs, the lows, the nutrition that powered her to a win, hear it all. Andy Jones-Wilkins also stops by for Co-hosting duties and to shoot the breeze.Support the podcast by making a monthly pledge to our Patreon pagewww.patr…
 
In his new book, Buzz!, Dr. Kenneth Carter goes inside the minds of thrill-seekers, daredevils, and adrenaline junkies to see what makes them seek out potentially dangerous activities. In the second of a series of interviews, Dr. Carter speaks with competitive freediver Ashleigh Baird. Buzz!: Inside the Minds of Thrill-Seekers, Daredevils, and Adre…
 
Eamonn Powers discusses Last Horse Runners, Wayne Watch Podcast, Ultra Running Memes, and the beauty of the tribe that is the ultra running community. Sit back, throw some Pizza Rolls in that toaster oven, and enjoy this show. Check out The Herd at the https://www.lasthorserunners.com/ Listen to Wayne Watch HERE. Get the latest episodes of the Suga…
 
Discussing the new edition of Reversing Sail, author Michael A. Gomez joins editor Debbie Gershenowitz to explore the major updates to this book in relation to the study of the African Diaspora, and the importance of how we tell and teach history from a non-western perspective. From discussions on the cover to why the book begins in antiquity rathe…
 
Joseph Meyer has run a lot of races in his relatively short Ultra career, and most recently he finished the Triple Crown of 200s, the Bigfoot, Tahoe and Moab 200s all in one summer. Joe talks about the highs and lows of these amazing races and training and recovery when you have just weeks in between races.Support the podcast by making a monthly pl…
 
Idaho is home to a wild and rugged 100 mile mountain race called IMTUF, or the Idaho Mountain Ultra Trail Festival. This September 2019 I traveled across the country with friends to complete this amazing event. As with most formidable challenges we are battling much more than conditions and the course and the take away is far greater than a buckle.…
 
In his new book, Buzz!, Dr. Kenneth Carter goes inside the minds of thrill-seekers, daredevils, and adrenaline junkies to see what makes them seek out potentially dangerous activities. In the second of a series of interviews, Dr. Carter speaks with educator Beau Williams-Orser on training young professional students for careers in the outdoors. Buz…
 
In his new book, Buzz!, Dr. Kenneth Carter goes inside the minds of thrill-seekers, daredevils, and adrenaline junkies to see what makes them seek out potentially dangerous activities. In the first of a series of interviews, Dr. Carter speaks with Jenn Thompson, an Ultra Marathoner who runs up to 150 miles per race, to see why she does it. Buzz!: I…
 
Martin Schneekloth is a Beast Coaster that recently completed "The Last Great Race" which is the Old Dominion 100, Western States, The Vermont 100, Angleles Crest 100, Leadville, and the Wasatch Front 100 all in the summer. Martin shares his incredible highs and lows of this amazing adventure that only a handful of runners have completed.Check out …
 
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