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Podcasts: Trail-running Related


Endurance Planet Podcasts about Trail Nerds:

Kevin Patrick, of Endurance Planet dives into the blogs of some of the Trail Nerds and narrates the blog content.  Those particular podcasts are called:  "Bad Ben's Chronicles."

1st Podcast: Bad Ben & Good Ben-Endurance Planet Interview
Bad Ben's Chronicles #1 - Pacing Pat at Western States 100-mile
Bad Ben's Chronicles #2 - Race Directing & Quantum Mechanics
Bad Ben's Chronicles #3 - Acute Gravitational Influx - PCT Mt Hood 50-mile
Bad Ben's Chronicles #4 - Beauty That Hurts - Cascade Crest 100-mile
Bad Ben's Chronicles # 5 - Proper T-Shirt Etiquette
Bad Ben's Chronicles # 6 - Gabe at Kettle Moraine 100-mile
Bad Ben's Chronicles #7 - The Chicago Marathon Debacle
Bad Ben's Chronicles: The Nipple Report
There's nothing that rubs endurance athletes more wrong than raw nipples. Today on Endurance Planet, a Bad Ben's Chronicles edition, we hear from the head trail nerd about how athletes can avoid chafing on those long training runs and races.
Bad Ben's Chronicles: Leadville Trail 100 Race Report
Podcast version of a race report from Tony "Semper Fast" Clark. Tony recently completed an especially difficult version of the annual Leadville Trail 100-Mile Run, and some Trail Nerds were there to help out.
Rock Bangers vs. Ipod Users
Should you wear headphones while training and racing?
Interested in doing the Pod Trod?
Kyle Amos & Ben Holmes on the Walt Bodine Show:

July 2, 2008.  Kyle and Ben answer questions and wax prolific about trail and ultra running on this popular local radio show. 

This show takes a look at a different kind of distance running as a growing number of people are moving off the pavement and onto the trails. Meet two runners who embrace trail running over distances up to 100 miles. Hear why they prefer this particular form and what makes them run these "ultra" distances. 1-hour long. 


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Podcasts about other Trail Runners:
(Also from Endurance Planet)
From the Trail, Volume I
Hardrock Tears by the late Joel Zucker
When the Going Got Tough by Carey Smith
Putting the Bridesmaid to Bed by Andy Jones Wilkins
Running Toward Your Future
St. Louis ultrarunner Carey Smith has run some brutally tough races and he's experienced his share of bumps on the road of life as well.
The Ultra Experiment
Endurance Planet will be taking part in Nathaniel's Run 24-Hour Ultramarathon. Endurance Planet is conducting an experiment.
Follow-up: The Ultra Experiment
Well, we did it. And, odds are, we'll never do it again.
Fast and Worry-Free: Ultramarathoner Karl Meltzer
He's one of the most laid-back guys you're likely to meet but don't let his demeanor fool you. Ultramarathoner Karl Meltzer has run more than 80 ultras and WON more than 40 of them!
Jon Olsen
You've got to admire anyone who runs 100-mile races in 15-hours.
Olsen discusses the mental, physical, and even spiritual side of running with Kevin Patrick.
A Sunrise (or Two) Worth Falling For
Ian Torrence's experience at the HURT 100 One Hundred Mile Run.
The Marathon No One Could Finish
Dr. Blake Woods and one of his attempt's at the Barkley Marathons.
Principal Motivation
He's the Headmaster of a school in Idaho, the father of three young boys, and an elite ultramarathoner. How does Andy Jones-Wilkins do it?
VIDEO - The Hinte Anderson 50k Trail Run
Bernie Boettcher has been called a "trail running machine" and probably runs more races than anyone alive.
Catra Corbett started running in 1996 after battling drug and alcohol abuse. She has run over 200 ultras. Here she talks about how she uses strength training to help her performance and how she keeps things in perspective when she hits a rough spot during a run.
More Soon...

What in the heck is a podcast, anyway???

Podcast - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A podcast is a collection of digital media files which is distributed over the Internet, often using syndication feeds, for playback on portable media players and personal computers. The term, like "radio", can refer either to the content itself or to the method by which it is syndicated; the latter is also termed podcasting. The host or author of a podcast is often called a podcaster.

The term "podcast" is a portmanteau of the words "iPod" and maybe "broadcast",[1] the Apple iPod being the brand of portable media player for which the first podcasting scripts were developed (see history of podcasting). These scripts allowed podcasts to be automatically transferred to a mobile device after they are downloaded.[2]

Though podcasters' web sites may also offer direct download or streaming of their content, a podcast is distinguished from other digital media formats by its ability to be syndicated, subscribed to, and downloaded automatically when new content is added, using an aggregator or feed reader capable of reading feed formats such as RSS or Atom.

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