Tag: ultrarunning

Is Being “Busy” Keeping You From Your Ultra-running Goals?

This morning I woke, stretched my limbs, and meandered into the kitchen for an aromatic cup of java. Coffee in hand, I sit down at my desk and begin to work up my to-do list for the day. I know I need to get…

“Well, at least my uterus didn’t fall out!” – Finding Silverlinings When a Race Goes Bad

Red, orange, and yellow dance across the horizon. I cup my hands and huff into them. My arms look scaly, covered with with a littering of goosebumps. I turn to the sunrise and dream of the warmth I will soon feel. “Five more minutes…

Running Across the Years and the Lessons My Kids Learn from Running

Christmas morning, three weeks ago, I rub the sleep from my eyes as I wake to squealing children. Smells of brewing coffee waft into the bedroom and spur me into action. My boys vibrate as they anticipate the presents they are about to open….

TBT – 2017 Javelina Jundred Crew Report

A little over a year ago, the Fife Family was preparing for a grand adventure.  Kenny was going to be running the Javelina Jundred.  We had heard about this amazing race since we entered the ultrarunning scene and now we were going to have…

Javelina Jundred Crew Report

Saturday October 28, 2017 5 o’clock AM – The sun is barely rising on the horizon, light gently spilling into my bedroom as I wake for the day. My phone chimes – a text from Kenny. The night before he camped at McDowell Mountain,…

Don’t Let Opportunities Pass You By

                  “Opportunities go right by you because you think you’re not ready.” David Goggins, Retired Navy Seal and Ultra-Endurance Athlete  Over the summer, I was debating whether or not I should do Antelope Canyon as my…

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