Almost Any Runner Can Finish A 100-Mile Ultramarathon
In my experience, most ultramarathon athletes, even the elites,
find success through a lack of failure on race day.
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They achieve their goals, win races, and get those coveted belt buckles not
because they ran one section very well but because they prevented the negative.
They prevented time spent at 0 miles per hour.
They prevented themselves from becoming a nauseous, sore, blistered, battered, and stumbling mess.
They continued to be able to eat, drink, and locomote down the trail, even if it was not very fast. …
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