Ultra Dirt:03 Stress is stress – jet lag, high mileage, and (un)supportive people.
They say podcast recording is like running an ultra. They don’t say that. But we love a good running analogy.
After months of technological difficulties, we may have finally reached the starting line. The last few months have taught us to persevere through frustration and false finish lines.
As Scott Jones said, “I feel like we all just ran a 100 miler together through a snow storm.”
Ultra thank you’s to Scott and Athlete on Fire. And, if you have a minute, go check out the site behind Ultra Dirt HERE.
On this show we talk about how even though running can be our medicine, it does not always help with stress. If it feels stressful, chances are it is taxing your mind or body – or both.
Connecting the body and mind (as non yogis). Also, why it is important in life to find your unicorns. Ultra Dirt is the newest edition to the Athlete On Fire network.
Cover Photo credit: Hilary Matheson
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