Author: Trotzendorff

Quick Links — Week 20

«Hike Clerb is Mak­ing the Out­doors a More Inclusive—and Stylish—Space» — Kai­lyn Brown, High­sno­bi­ety «The Sci­ence Of Down­hill Run­ning» — David Roche, Trail Run­ner Mag­a­zine «I’m a run­ner, and I’ve just joined Stra­va. I regret it» — Matt Evans, Techradar «Pre­vent Race Fatigue With This Work­out!» — The Run­ning Chan­nel, YouTube «Age no bar­ri­er: how Jo Schoonbroodt smashed the 70+ marathon record» — Sean Ingle, The Guardian «How Stra­va Fame Became a Bur­den for Mol­ly Sei­del» — Mar­tin Fritz Huber, Out­side Mag­a­zine Quick Links are usu­al­ly added once a week to this blog and cov­er every top­ic possible.

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.