172: Kyle Pietari on Balancing Ultra Training with Law School and Fatherhood


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“Run commuting is something that I really encourage a lot of people to try out . . . walk commuting as well. So really, just traveling on foot to get to and from where you go everyday. It’s such an improvement to my quality of life.”

In this episode, Kyle Pietari, ultra runner, law student, and father discusses the balancing act of his many roles. Kyle reflects on his recent second place finish at the historic Leadville 100-mile race in August 2015. He explains the impact barefoot running has had on his running form. Kyle provides insight on how to run commute and integrate your training into your daily life. He shares about why the November Project is his favorite part of living in Boston. Lastly, Kyle previews his goals and dreams for 2016.

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