Donny has an amazing layout in North Carolina for a 208 mile running relay. Or if you want to Ruck, he has that, want to relay it for 104 miles, he has it, or want to straight up run a 52 or 104 mile event by yourself? Check!
Gravel Ride for Maisies Pride is an amazing race in terms of scenery, toughness, a family atmosphere, and perfect training for the Dirty Kanza which is just 3 weeks after the event. Aside from the 100ish mile ride, there is a 5k and 25k run too! It's a hard event, so if you want a fun easy day, this isn't the one, but if you want to feel rewarded at the finish this one is for you! Proceeds go to funding the local town's swimming pool which was originally funded by Maisie DeVore who picked up cans on the side of the road for over 30 years to generate funds.
Today’s call is with Wayne McMurtrie. This dude is a friggin beast! A lot of us want to run a marathon, a 5k, 100 miler, or whatever, teeny distance that may be….at least compared to him. Wayne however has ran some epic distances as a mechanism of coping with PTSD and inspiring others to find their own outlet.
Welcome to the Orange Mud Adventure Channel Podcast #52! Many of you know that I’m a huge fan of anything on two wheels, ideally on dirt, but even a good road bike ride is still awesome. Over the last 20 years we’ve seen some huge changing in cycling and one of the most exciting to me is the growth at the true foundation of the sport, with kids! So on that note I’m very excited to have Austin McInerny on the call today. He’s the president of NICA, the National Interscholastic Cycling Association, and a wealth of knowledge in the sport and development of our cycling future!
Today we’re going to focus on the top mistakes that endurance athletes make. I love this topic because most of us that like endurance sports, like to talk about the next big nutrition fad, drink, etc, but don’t always research it as thoroughly as we should. I’ve been playing with a roughly adapted Keto diet for about 7 months now, and though I’ve had some successes, I’ve had some failures too. Listen in to learn from the board certified and registered sports dietician Dina Griffin!