Last night Bryn and #daznbone took the train from London Marylebone and headed out to Aylesbury to embark on a planned 90km “night run”.
What followed was a tough battle that ended in a #dnf of sorts and whole set of introspection of our “inner chimp”
Our feeds have seen lots of questions on the subject of ultra-distance night runs from a logistical to a why? level.
So why do a 50 mile plus night run. Obviously “why not”. We have seen an explosion in the running scene and man
#daznbone have been lucky enough to call Nath a close friend for the past few years. His own story is epic. When most mortal folk take a few years to progress to ultras (and then even longer to win them) Nath went from local run to ultra win and the Welsh International 100km team in a total blink. We first found each other through a joint love of Spartathlon. Somehow this race stood out to us all as the one we wanted above all others. You will find a stack of our joint collab
daznbone are totally buzzed to be one of 12 #trailblazers in their 2019 Ambassador programme One of the things we are passionate about is the health side of running. This includes all pillars of health - sleep, relaxation and nutrition. Not many things make us grizzly but the constant blogging of crap food and the seemingly nasty options laid out in ultra race aid stations does. So for years we’ve been on a constant test and retest of products out there that try and do someth
Before we get into our Top 10 tips - that has come from a) a lot of running + eating especially ultras and b) a deep love of asking questions and doing research on nutrition in training and races (plus we've run surveys, are ambassadors for @peakpinole who champion real change in endurance nutrition and coach of course!) - one key admission - Daz eats meat and Bone doesn't. Why does this matter. PIC: Bone getting excited about Melissa Hemsley personally serving up a dish x We