I don’t know how long I’ll be able to keep up this blistering pace of one video per year but 2020 makes a massive 4 years straight. Here are some non-running ultrarunning things to think about. And some cows and a lawn mower in the background from the Kelly Farm where I’ve been now for over a month.
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Great video! I’m just starting to get into Ultra Running and loved all the tips. My 1st ever 50k trail run got postponed so I ran it anyway on my own, so I got a kick out of your No Barkley Barkley video too! Thanks for sharing!
Everette Jbob Webber
Thanks, and congrats on your 50k!
Hi John,Some good little tips, I’m positive I read an article recently where you mentioned that you had done a lot of reading on positive thinking / mental training. Could you point me in the direction of the books you read please?
Glad you got something from the tips, but unfortunately I believe you might be thinking of someone else on the books. I haven’t had time to pick up a book in years outside of a few directly related to a race or event I was about to do.
interesting article John…thank you. As a total novice in this space, it is great to hear some expert knowledge!
Thanks Jon, and good luck with all your future adventures!
good tips, especially around customising the pack and holding the poles on the bottom loops temporarily. I often moan at the [what are they called?] pockets with no bottoms, intended for the bottle straws.. never thought to stitch ’em closed. and the hair band loop around the bottle – good shout
Thanks, hope they work out for you