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180. What I Learned Running Solo for 12 Hours

June 09, 2023

Recently, I completed a self-supported, solo 12-hour run.

I’ve always wanted to do a 12-hour event, but I could never really find a race that spoke to me.

So, I decided to take things into my own hands and do it myself!

In this episode of the podcast, I share what I learned running solo for 12 hours – what prompted me to want to run alone for so long, how I approached training, how I fueled during the event, and some interesting lessons I learned along the way.

If you’ve ever considered doing an ultramarathon, this episode is for you.

Also, if you have no desire to ever do an ultramarathon, you’ll still get a lot out of this episode because a lot of the training and fueling principles apply to races of many different distances.

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