Welcome To Fetcheveryone

Our awesome training log doesn't hide its best features behind a paywall. Search thousands of events, get advice, play games, measure routes, and more! Join our friendly community of runners, cyclists, and swimmers.
Click here to get started
Already a Fetchie? Sign in here

Ultra training for beginners

133 watchers
2 Mar
3:26pm, 2 Mar 2020
5481 posts
  • 0
Fragile Do Not Bend
Well done RH too!
2 Mar
3:38pm, 2 Mar 2020
7923 posts
  • 0
Jenni well done. Ultras in the summer are different as you won't be wading through mud. Now you've trained for this one you might as well done another. ;)
2 Mar
4:02pm, 2 Mar 2020
494 posts
  • 0
haha Becca7 :) actually I would probably be a lot happier doing one in the summer

I'm feeling pretty good today, stiff when I first get up but ok once I get moving :) feet not great though - I have blisters so I'm in comfortable shoes today
2 Mar
4:15pm, 2 Mar 2020
7924 posts
  • 0
That's great. I've often felt more wrecked after a 10km or half marathon than after an ultra. I hope the feet will have recovered soon.

Got something to say?

To contribute to the discussion, you need to either sign in or register as a user.

About This Thread

Maintained by jacdaw
I'm planning to run a couple of ultra events next year and I'm looking for some general training i...

Related Threads

ultra training race long running marathon runs mile ultras races feet
Back To Top