Author: Trotzendorff

Quick Links — Week 19

«How To Do Hard Things» — Casey Rosengren, Superorganizers «How Young Is Too Young to Run a Marathon?» — Jonathan van Halem, Lifehacker «World Mountain and Trail Running Championships 2023 awarded to Innsbruck & Stubai in Austria» — Gary, endurance.biz «What muscles are used for running?» — Gemma Harris, LiveScience «100-year-old man breaks record at Penn Relay» — ABC News, YouTube «What causes muscle fatigue?» — Will McAuley, LiveScience «What I Eat in a Day as a Runner | Intuitive Eating + Mindset Around Food» — Emma Abrahamson, YouTube «How math — and eating while running – can help you complete your best marathon» — Cameron Cook, The Conversation «A Beginner’s Guide to Runners’ Terminology» — Meredith Dietz, Lifehacker Quick Links are usually added once a week to this blog and cover every topic possible.

Quick Links — Week 18

«Trail Running Might Be the Secret to Happiness – Here’s How You Can Maximize It.» — Trail Runner Magazine «Endurance Runner Completes 102 Marathons in 102 Days, Setting an Unofficial Women’s Record» — William J. Kole and Ross D. Franklin, Time Magazine «6 Clever Running Hacks That Will Make You Faster» — Coach Parry, YouTube «Even Small Amounts of Exercise Can Hugely Benefit Your Mental Health» — Malissa Rodenburg, Women’s Running «How protein powder is made» — Rosee Woodland, LiveScience «Women And Ultrarunning: Why Women Make Awesome Ultra Runners» — Katelyn Tocci, Marathon Handbook «Should you exercise if you’re sick?» — Ashley Hamer, LiveScience Quick Links are usually added once a week to this blog and cover every topic possible.

Quick Links — Week 17

«Running and the Science of Mental Toughness» — Mariska van Sprundel, The MIT Press «A Runner’s Adventure in Antarctic» — Sandy Lam, Trail Sisters «He Ran Marathons in Prison. Boston’s Was Easier.» — Patricia Leigh Brown, The New York Times «Ultrarunner vs. Tesla – Running 242 Miles» — Nick Bare, YouTube «Running Is a Metaphor. Until You Hurt Your Foot» — Brendan Leonard, Outside Magazine «The Best Running Dogs: 8 Best Breeds For Running Companions» — Amber Sayer, Marathon Handbook «Getting to Know a Trail Ultramarathon Course» — Bryon Powell, iRunFar Quick Links are usually added once a week to this blog and cover every topic possible.

Aerial photograph of a man running down a winded road.

«To run is to feel your age»

When Beau Miles became 42, he ran 42 kilometers. Not the full length of a marathon though. So he waited 71 days longer, until he became 42.195 years old — and ran 42.195 kilometers. «To celebrate being alive». The film he has made about this run is a wonderful small masterpiece. I’m gonna run a course that says something about my history: where my mom grew up, where my dad grew up, where I’ve grown up, where I live. «Based on the actions of two people almost 43 years ago, I decided to run the famous distance around my district, retracing my history via schools, homes, memories and odd experiences that have shaped me, mum and dad over this marathon-chunk of time», Beau describes his decision. And so he takes us with him on a hillarious journey full of memories, laughter and curiosity. And thereby he teaches us an important lesson: that running is not only sports, it’s not only a challenge, but a wonderful possibility to experience yourself — and you surroundings. By watching …

Quick Links — Week 16

«The Science On What Variables Predict Trail Running Performance» — David Roche, Trail Runner Magazine «Runner Carolyn Su Creates Space for People of Color to Feel at Home in the Sport» — Outside Magazine (Sponsored) «Correct running foot placement: how to achieve the perfect form» — Harry Bullmore, LiveScience «What is a Hut-to-Hut Running Adventure and How Do You Plan One?» — Morgan Tilton, Runner’s World «Race Director Dave McGillivray Finishes Running His 50th Boston Marathon» — CBS Boston, YouTube «Spirit of the Marathon, Hopkinton, Massachusetts — A monument to the winner of the 1946 Boston Marathon, Greek runner Stylianos Kyriakides» — Atlas Obscura Quick Links are usually added once a week to this blog and cover every topic possible.