Running on the ocean
You know when you're running a ultra marathon because the pain actually starts to hurt -- Jakob Herrmann my running achievements
If those things are not available, use rocks!
You'll ruin your knees!
Lynn, that ultrunr website is awesome! I've been reading all the pages and getting lots of insights. Thanks for sending it to me. If you have any other ultra website links, I'd love to read those too!
Sorry to ask again, but did you say you used Zantac? I think I'll try that instead of Pepcid and see if that works better. Someone posted on that other site that they start taking it 2x per day 2 days before their races and this helps head off nausea/heartburn.
I'm running the Lost Dutchman Marathon this Sunday so that'll be a good test..
""...the truth that someday, you will go for your last run. But not today—today you got to run." - Matt Crownover (after Western States)
The right rock actually makes a great substitute for TP, even if there are leaves around.
(you run less risk of a rash in a bad place )
My friend also said you just have to get over the whole bathroom deal. You use wipes and tp and bring baggies. If those things are not available, use rocks! That must be a "we live in the desert and have no leaves available" thing. I'm still hoping that part will not be an issue but if it is, clearly, I will probably be the one most disturbed by it.
Leslie Living and Running Behind the Redwood Curtain -------------
Jan 8 - Clam Beach 8 3/4; Feb 18/19 - Hagg Lake 50k & 25k; May 7 - Ave of Giants HM; June 3 - Grasshopper Peak 30k (sweep duties); June 16/17 - Wild Rogue Relay; Jul 8 - Mt. Hood 50 (and maybe 50k next day - lottery); Sept 23 & 24 - Mt. Lakes 100 (first 100 - Yikes!!)
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I use Hammer Nutrition's ENDUROLYTES electrolytes - outstanding. I bloat on the SaltStick ones - too much sodium I think.