I’m two days removed from my first ever 100k Ultra (UROC 100k) and I feel great! Really? Well, yes and no. No, because my body hurts (more on this later).Yes, because I feel alive. So alive! Bad to the Bone
“Most people would be better off with more pain in their lives,” exclaimed one competitor in what is considered by some as the toughest 100 mile race the world, The Barkley Marathons. (They made a brilliant documentary about it: The
I did it! I finished my first 50K. It was a blast! Don’t get me wrong, there was lots of pain and many uncomfortable moments, but all in all, it wasn’t as bad as I thought it’d be. After a
I’ve never run a marathon before. I’ve never actually run a legit half-marathon. I’m positive I’ve covered that distance in the woods on my own, but nothing organized. The longest organized race I’ve ever done is an 11-mile Tough Mudder.