In this episode, Zach Miller, professional trail runner, reflects on taking risks and his experiences running around the world.
In this episode, Anton Krupicka, professional ultra runner, reflects on lessons learned from the mountains. Anton discusses his insatiable love for running, from running his first marathon at the age of 12 to regularly logging over 200 miles per week at the beginning of his professional running career.
In this episode, Andy Wacker, Boulder-based professional road and mountain runner, discusses his background in running from why he started running in middle school to competing in high school. He recaps the transition from high school to collegiate running and recounts his biggest breakthrough race in college where he ran 13:41 in the 5k. Andy shares three central lessons he learned from Mark Wetmore, his renowned coach at the University of Colorado. He explains how he stayed motivated on a long-road back from an injury. Andy reveals why he started mountain racing and reflections on his recent third place finish at the Pikes Peak Ascent. He offers his favorite running spots and reads, including the craziest animals he has seen on a run! Lastly, Andy previews upcoming races and goals.