Mental Toughness

Ultra Marathon Blog

You’re to Blame

There are people in this life that are walled in. They're stuck in the parking lot, but they don't even realize it. Over the wall, this wall that surrounds the parking lot, they can see mountaintops covered in tall trees. They see trails winding through the forest....

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5 Ways to Be Your Own Culture

"I decided to truly embrace this mantra, this mantra of the Wicked Trail, after I bought my husband one of your hats and saw how much he loved it. I wanted to be the inspiration for a renewal of his interest in fitness. Well, your hat beat me to it. Embracing his own...

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An UltraRunner’s Secret Weapon: One Breath Of Air

UltraRunners have secrets. At Wicked Trail Running, we have a series of posts related to these secrets: An UltraRunner’s Secret Weapon. These posts will occur over time as we (and you) uncover mindset alteration techniques related to UltraRunning, the...

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comfort is a lie

George’s Wicked Trail

Ultra Marathon Blog

Why Run An Ultramarathon? To Find A Taller Peak…

I know what it's like to fall asleep while running. I've rested my hands on my knees as I trudged up a rugged trail, 90 miles from the starting line, wondering where the race had gone wrong. I've stumbled around roots and rocks in the dark, praying that the sun would...

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How NOT To Train For An Ultra Marathon

How NOT to Train for an Ultramarathon When Planning Fails I signed up for my first 100 mile ultra marathon riding the high of having just finished my first 50 mile race. I knew 16 weeks was plenty of time to prepare; I would capitalize on what I learned in training...

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Burning River 100 Race Report: My Wicked Trail

Burning River 100 Race Report My Wicked Trail My 2018 Burning River 100 Race Report may not look like some of the other race reports you’ve read. I’m not actually sure how those who provide detailed race reports do so; my memory is fogged, it went by so fast, and it...

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go farther so you can go further

Wicked Trail Running Core Tenets

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Mental Toughness

Ultra Marathon Blog

You’re to Blame

There are people in this life that are walled in. They're stuck in the parking lot, but they don't even realize it. Over the wall, this wall that surrounds the parking lot, they can see mountaintops covered in tall trees. They see trails winding through the forest....

read more

5 Ways to Be Your Own Culture

"I decided to truly embrace this mantra, this mantra of the Wicked Trail, after I bought my husband one of your hats and saw how much he loved it. I wanted to be the inspiration for a renewal of his interest in fitness. Well, your hat beat me to it. Embracing his own...

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An UltraRunner’s Secret Weapon: One Breath Of Air

UltraRunners have secrets. At Wicked Trail Running, we have a series of posts related to these secrets: An UltraRunner’s Secret Weapon. These posts will occur over time as we (and you) uncover mindset alteration techniques related to UltraRunning, the...

read more
comfort is a lie

George’s Wicked Trail

Ultra Marathon Blog

Why Run An Ultramarathon? To Find A Taller Peak…

I know what it's like to fall asleep while running. I've rested my hands on my knees as I trudged up a rugged trail, 90 miles from the starting line, wondering where the race had gone wrong. I've stumbled around roots and rocks in the dark, praying that the sun would...

read more

How NOT To Train For An Ultra Marathon

How NOT to Train for an Ultramarathon When Planning Fails I signed up for my first 100 mile ultra marathon riding the high of having just finished my first 50 mile race. I knew 16 weeks was plenty of time to prepare; I would capitalize on what I learned in training...

read more

Burning River 100 Race Report: My Wicked Trail

Burning River 100 Race Report My Wicked Trail My 2018 Burning River 100 Race Report may not look like some of the other race reports you’ve read. I’m not actually sure how those who provide detailed race reports do so; my memory is fogged, it went by so fast, and it...

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go farther so you can go further

Wicked Trail Running Core Tenets

Ultra Marathon Blog

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motivation is not real

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cowards are realistic

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