it right for you?

96 miles done, 4 miles to go!

With the increased popularity of ultra running over the past few years, there has been a tremendous amount of interest in athletes looking for information on the sport. Ultras, in general, seem to have a much wider variety of training and race nutrition approaches than for marathon-and-shorter distances. Sorting through what is right for you as an athlete can be a very daunting and confusing task.

More runners are turning to coaches to help guide their training and help them achieve their goals.

Why do I need a coach?

Some runners can do just fine self-coaching, however an objective set of eyes on your