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Trail runners talk freely about almost anything while we're out running. The stories we share can be deeply personal, embarrassing, and profound . . . and sometimes all of these qualities rolled into one. One thing we have in common is a drive to keep moving forward. "Relentless forward progress" is the advice given to anyone trying to run their first ultramarathon. No matter what happens, keep moving forward until you finish or can't go any farther. Some people say that life is a marathon n ...
 
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The worst movie my wife and I ever saw was Seven Six-Gunners. Ten minutes in, we commented on how bad it was. We watched the entire 90 minutes. Why? Sunk costs Sunk costs is the feeling that you need to keep going because you’ve already invested time and/or money and made a decision.Kirjoittanut Eric Deeter
 
I always thought the Spartan obstacle course races were pretty much like other OCR events. But Cliff Moitt came on the show to talk to me about the Spartan Death Race. The shorter Spartan races don't rise to the level of difficulty you face in the Death Race. The Spartan Death Race is designed with mental challenges as well as physical. There are o…
 
What would you attempt if you knew you could not fail? Life coaches & motivational speakers often ask this hypothetical question. The idea is to get you to look at your life and discover those epic dreams you have for yourself that you’re afraid to go after. You’ve probably heard this question before. Have you thought about an answer yet? What chal…
 
How do you fuel your body to train for and finish an Irornman race? Dana Eshelman is an Ironman athlete and nutrition coach and she shares her knowledge and experience from her personal training and competition as well as coaching other endurance athletes. Dana wants athletes to not be afraid to eat carbs. But getting the right kind of carbs in the…
 
When I was 27 years old, I was a runner. I’d been married for a few years and started putting on weight. I decided I could become a runner and still eat whatever I wanted. It worked. I lost weight. Then I decided that since I was a runner I should set a goal to run a marathon. But after I reached my goal, I quit running. For 30 years, I quit. I lea…
 
We hear about fires in the western United States every year. And the news reports give stats on how well those fires have been contained. What is left unsaid is that those fires are contained by men and women trekking through the forest with tools and gear. My guest this week is Martha Schoppe. She is one of those who go into the wilderness to figh…
 
Once you decide what you want and you decide that you’re going to do what it takes to get what you want, you need to take the next step immediately! Most people think the next step is to make a plan for how you’re going to get what you want! This is WRONG! Oh, don’t misunderstand! You need a plan. But now is not the time for planning. Planning at t…
 
Iveta Zaklasnikova knew at age 16 what kind of life she didn't want. She didn't want to be stuck in a job that slowly drained her life energy. So she studied business and got a job in sales when she left school. It took a few years of working a "regular" job for her to discover what kind of life she did want. She wanted the freedom to travel and to…
 
Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day. It’s a day of remembrance for those who have died serving in the US military. Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War (which ended in 1865) and a desire to honor our dead. On the 5th of May in 1868, General John Logan who was the national commander of the Grand Army of the republic, officially …
 
Imagine what it would be like to plan a big goal for your 60th birthday. It should be something epic and noteworthy. After all, turning sixty is a milestone. Will Turner decided that the year he turned sixty he would do sixty Ironman triathlons. A full Ironman is 2.4 miles of swimming, 112 miles on a bike, and running 26.2 miles. Sixty of these in …
 
What is the number one most important thing you have to do if you want to have an amazing life? You have to do this if you want to have even a good life. You have to do this even to get a mediocre life. The better you are at this one thing, the better your life will be. And if you have epic skills at this one thing, you can have an epic life. So wh…
 
Diagnosed with cystic fibrosis as a child, Mike Burke's life expectancy was supposedly only a handful of years. But he beat the odds, even playing sports in high school. But when he began his career, his hectic lifestyle took a toll on his health. But he decided to change his mindset, and he began running and cycling. He ran multiple marathons and …
 
You will face three roadblocks when you set out to be the best version of yourself and go after an epic life. These aren’t the only roadblocks, but these are the ones waiting for you right out of the gait. If you are feeling stuck, it’s probably one of these three mental blocks you’re dealing with.Kirjoittanut Eric Deeter
 
Katie Spotz wanted a big challenge. Something that would make her dig deep and have her only option to overcome the challenge or fail. She chose to row a boat, solo, across the Atlantic Ocean. She holds the record as the youngest person to do this. It was a challenge that gripped her, and she realized that she couldn't live with the regret if she d…
 
Having success to make a lifestyle change like losing weight or getting fit comes down a point of making a decision. Often there is a tipping point that makes you say, "Enough!" Maureen Lehr reached that tipping point and had not only lost weight, but she's now involved in four sports that keep her fit and give her a variety of challenges. She also…
 
Jenny Overstreet is an obstacle course racer making her way into running ultramarathons. She always said that she hated running and stuck to shorter distances, primarily as training for her obstacle course races. But when so many events were canceled, she started running on trails. She enjoyed running in the woods and gradually started increasing h…
 
Do you ever find yourself thinking the same thoughts over and over? It’s like your brain is on autopilot. You might not even remember what triggered it, but you end up feeling stressed out and depressed. Because it seems like these autopilot thoughts always tend to be negative. The truth is that these thoughts you have are an addiction. Yes. You ca…
 
Zach Bitter is an ultramarathon runner, a coach, and a podcaster. His podcast is called Human Performance Outliers, available wherever you listen to podcasts. Zach has also set multiple world records and American records, including the world record for 100 miles. His 100 mile world record was set running on a track, and that requires a very focused…
 
Ultramarathon mindset is the story you tell yourself about the epic stuff you dream about doing. Most of us dream about being a hero. Doing something big and epic. “Changing the world.” Time wears us down. That dream fades. But usually it remains lurking in a corner of your soul. Wherever you are in life, it’s not too late to be epic!…
 
Most of us would never think that the mindset for being a professional symphony musician and the mindset for ultramarathons would be similar. My guest this week is Dave Brimhall (@montanadave on Instagram) who was a professional symphony musician and is now a physical therapist and an ultramarathon runner.…
 
"In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king." This is one of those sayings that sounds like deep wisdom and is actually utter BS. It suggests that you will be a leader if you have skills and talents that give you an advantage over the crowd. But the real world doesn't work that way. What is the truth? Listen to find out.…
 
What do ultramarathon runners have in common with the monastic orders of Christian and other religions? Quite a bit, in fact. Miriam Diaz-Gilbert is an ultramarathon runner and a student of spiritual disciplines. Running an ultramarathon and ascetic practices include both solitude, physical stress, and contemplation. Miriam is also a published auth…
 
You can't outperform your self-image! Andrew Gardner is a mental performance scholar and coach. He is also a clinical neuropsychologist, studying ways to help athletes who have suffered concussions or are involved in "collision sports." He is an ultrarunner and uses the mindset tools he teaches for performance in his own training and practice. He i…
 
As a man thinketh, so is he. You've heard it from motivational speakers. You've heard it from self-help gurus. You've heard it from mindset coaches! There's even a whole book with this as a title. It's a quote (actually a misquote) from the Bible--Proverbs 23:7. Those who quote this from the Bible often leave out 3 important words that take it from…
 
Jacob Deeter took the opportunity of a busy schedule of classes and clinical rotations across the US to set a goal for hiking and backpacking 500 miles during his final year of school. His travels took him from the Rocky Mountains to Yosemite and the Appalachian Trail, ending up with a rim to rim in the Grand Canyon. And, for good measure, he took …
 
The words you use have power to shape your mindset. Your mindset is the story you tell yourself about yourself. You can tell your story so you are the hero, or you can tell a story that makes you the victim. All the words you use when you tell your mindset story have power. But some have exceptional power. This episode of the Monday Morning Mindset…
 
Imagine going from a backpacking boot camp, to running a marathon, to a 40 mile hike, to your first 100 miler all in a matter of a few months! Dave Daniel was looking for his limits, and he found it at the Georgia Jewel 100 miler. He didn't finish, but he found his limit and began to work and train to find out how far he could move that boundary. H…
 
Quick question . . . Are you asking good enough questions? You may not yet be aware of this, but- The quality of your life is a direct reflections of the kind of questions you ask yourself. If you want to have a better life, you need to learn how to ask better questions. This Monday I cover 4 types of questions. Two are unhelpful. Two are helpful, …
 
When she was 19, Pam Chapman-Markle was told cancer would take her life within 6 months. She beat cancer. Whatever came her way in life, she chose to take circumstance and make the outcome conform to her will. When she discovered ultramarthon running, she already had the mindset to keep going, no matter what. She's run some of the world's toughest …
 
What could you do with more Abra Kadabra in your life? What difference could it make for your mindset? The words you speak manifest your reality. Yet most of us pay little attention to the words coming out of our mouths. One ancient reference says that our words carry the power of death and life. The phrase Abra Kadabra is something to keep in mind…
 
The Bargo Brothers, from Episode 69, call Marshall Ulrich the "real Forrest Gump of running." And when you listen to this entire episode, you will likely agree. He ran Badwater 20 times, and set course records two years in a row. He and his team have been in every Eco Challenge Adventure Race, he ran across the US, and did a self-supported circumna…
 
You get your limiting beliefs from three sources: Folklore The Flea Circus Trimming the roast Your strongest beliefs came without your permission or decision. But there's a good chance you've never even examined them. This episode will show you how to take a peek behind the curtain in your mind and see what's going on.…
 
What happens when you mix a "last man standing" race with a wedding? You get the kickoff to Tennessee's first "Murder Mile" race. This is the nickname for the course. It sounds simple. Run a mile every 20 minutes. There's only 300 feet of elevation gain and loss. If you aren't at the start line every 20 minutes, you DNF. The race lasts until there …
 
Tweet from Penny Oleksiak "I just googled ‘Canada’s most decorated Olympian’ and my name came up. I want to thank that teacher in high school who told me to stop swimming to focus on school (because) swimming wouldn’t get me anywhere. This is what dreams are made of," she tweeted. Most of my teachers saw the vision and pushed me towards it. But tha…
 
Susan Donnelly has finished 131 hundred mile races and counting. She is a mindset and life coach helping runners bring their best mental game to every race. Many runners imagine that all the training miles they run will also provide the mindset they need to succeed. But many of these same runners DNF, not from physical issues, but because they were…
 
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. How are you doing in your pursuit of happiness? If you feel like you’re playing a game of hide and seek, you’re not alone. Only 19% of Ameri…
 
My guests this week are Lauren Beihoffer and Bud Lamonica. They are ultramarathon runners, adventurers, and have a podcast called Run Wild With Lauren and Bud. They are ultra runners and love adventure. From facing off against bear on the Smokey Challenge Adventure Run to taking on the Bigfoot 200, they take it all in stride and come away smiling.…
 
Do you feel like you're lying when you say your affirmations out loud? Do you say things like, "I am an awesome, successful winner?" And hear a little voice say, "No, you're not!" Affirmations seem like a good thing, because most of what you tell yourself is negative. And you have years of negative self-talk stored up in your brain. So when you say…
 
When two runners who are also podcasters create a podcast, you know it will be lively. Ciara Carter is the host of the Run, Thrive, Survive Podcast and is returning to continue our conversation about running, nutrition, health, and mindset. Ciara is aiming to qualify for the Boston Marathon again, after getting pushed off the list when the race was…
 
It could have been my mom’s fault that I ended up on the edge of that cliff. She told me that she lifted me up to look over a railing when I was little and I got scared. All I know is that I was afraid of heights as a child and young adult. I took extreme action to conquer my fear. And that was the first step in a long journey that led me to being …
 
Mandy Miller has developed a strong ultramarathon mindset in her races and adventures from all around the world. She had run everything from multi-day stage races in the Sahara desert to 100 mile self-supported ultramarathons in the Yukon in January to Iron Man competitions in Hawaii. When I ran with Mandy for the last few miles at the Javelina, sh…
 
The quick and easy is killing your soul! Short-cuts Life hacks Easy Button Microwave Instant mashed potatoes Fast food Instant download Convenience stores We all get conditioned for fast and easy in everything. Don't get me wrong. I love convenience! Don't want to do everything hard and slow. But our conditioning for easy and comfortable = no chall…
 
The Worlds Toughest Mudder is an obstacle course race that is a test of mental and physical endurance. Devin Nelson is my guest this week. He is both an ultramarathon runner and tests his will against the 24 hour challenge of the Tough Mudder. The Tough Mudder community is much like the trail running community in the way participants help and encou…
 
Words people say about themselves: I'm such a klutz. I always mess up. I can't do it. I'm such an idiot. I'm getting the flu...cold. Because it doesn't happen immediately, we tend to be careless with our words. My word for this year is "words." I pick a word for the year instead of resolutions. This year I will pay even closer attention to the word…
 
Mike Hynes was a psychotherapist who became a coach who became an author. His book is called, The Myth-Guided Mind, In this episode we talk about mindset and the importance of cultivating a healthy connection between mind and body. This is a topic I've studied for years, and I'm always excited to hear other's perspective. This episode isn't specifi…
 
Sheryl Crow sang: It's not having what you want, it's wanting what you have. The Buddha said it: Desire and attachment is the root of all misery But is this true? In this episode I talk about the razor thin edge that separates contentment from complacency. And, believe me, complacency does not give you contentment. The answer is to live in a parado…
 
What does it take to be a healthy, happy human? My guest this week is health and happiness coach, Paul Levitin. He has a podcast called the Healthy, Happy Human. His coaching centers on mindset and goal setting, and we talk extensively about the mindset it takes to be successful if you want to live a healthy and happy life.…
 
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