9 Must-Have Travel Items for Athletes

Traveling Can Be Hard on the Body, Especially an Athletes Body

Through years of racing internationally and interacting with other travelling athletes, we have compiled what we’ve found to be the must-have travel items for athletes.

Travel Roller®

The absolute smallest “good” roller we have found. Strong enough to get deep, but a thin cushion to not be extreme, this roller gives you an amazing recovery rolling session. The best part about it though is the centre is hollow, so you can stuff clothing inside the roller and not lose room in your suitcase. Or depending on your travel destination, the roller will house a bottle of wine just right for you to safely bring a bottle home with you! Shop Travel Roller® Deluxe Foam Roller

Compression Socks

Any style will work, and there are many companies making them these days. Compression socks are great to wear on the airplane to reduce swelling of feet, and can be worn during runs or after workouts for recovery. There are so many uses, this is a vital travel item. You can find so many options at your local running store, we always like to buy local, so if you are in Canada, visit Runners United, as they often have great deals on good brands.

Universal Adapter

There are way too many available today, but through all the ones we’ve tried and tested, the “WanEway” All-in-One Universal Travel Adapter is by far our favourite. It was a recommendation from Tim Ferriss, and we totally agree with him. About as light as you can get, while offering adapters for just about anywhere in the world, this little thing comes with us on every trip. So if you want to keep your iPod, laptop, kindle, speakers, or GPS watches charged up for runs or workouts, this will be essential for international travel.

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Inov8 Rain Jackets


Sure they can be any brand, but we’ve tried a few and these ones are the best we’ve tried. A waterproof breathable jacket that is super compact is tough to find, but incredible for outdoor style of travel. Will keep you dry in the rain, can be worn out to dinner (though nothing fancy) but can be worn on runs, these are just a great thing to pack for your trips. Men’s jackets/Women’s jackets

Skipping Rope

Whether you are in a crunch for time or simply aren’t sure where to run in the surrounding area, a super light skipping rope can help you build a high intensity workout with limited space. We love the cable speed ropes because they are extremely light, very fast and durable to handle workouts just about anywhere. The one in our suitcase right now is Cable Skipping Rope (by Outrigger)

Greens Powder

This can help keep your energy and immune system up and running during your travel or while on the road and not eating as healthy as you would at home. We are obviously partnered with Prairie Naturals because we find they make an outstanding line of products. There Blueberry Greens-Force is pretty wicked because it tastes good even when mixed simply with water.

Monkii Bars

Equipment isn’t always easy to find while travelling, and Monkii Bars has made one of the most travel friendly suspension style training setup available. They weigh almost nothing, compact down super small, and still offer you a good variety of exercises to help you get a good strength workout while on the go. Get 5% off a pair of Monkii Bars

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Dehydrated Food

This one is really only important if you are traveling to a country where the cuisine is unknown or questionable. If you are going somewhere well developed, then your meals should be all set, and healthy food is not too hard to find. But in countries where they don’t appreciate flavour, or ingredients, and finding a tasty meal that is somewhat healthy for you is relatively hard to find, you might want to pack one or two dehydrated meals. They can cover you in a jam, and give you a solid meal by just adding boiling water.  Agreed, a dehydrated meal might not be the absolute healthiest meal, but this industry has changed drastically over the past several years and some high quality ingredients are being worked in. A couple of our favourites are made by Harvest Foodworks and Backpacker’s Pantry.

Organo Gold Coffee

Let’s face it, some countries just don’t know what a good cup of coffee tastes like. But are you really ready to buy a crappy instant coffee to bring with you? Organo Gold Coffee is an instant blend coffee that all you have to do is add water. What make them awesome is they are made from a variety of mushroom powders, so they are a superfood powerhouse that will energize you the same a a cup of joe, but with much less caffeine.


What Are Your Favourite Travel Items for Athletes?

We’d love to hear them, so share some of your packing essentials in the comments!

3 Unexpected Wedding Tips for Your Big Day

There is no shortage of wedding articles out there – but this is not another average one to tell you what the newest colour schemes are, how to do DIY lanterns, or even on how to do a wedding on a specific budget. BEFORE you stop reading though because this now sounds pointless, let me explain you what I will tell you…. A way to have a wedding that is completely free of the “wedding” agencies and services – the absence of those that deem them the “experts” when it comes to weddings. Why? Because getting rid of these weddings caterers, wedding dress shops, and wedding venues brings much more than you would ever expect to your special day. Because really, in the end you are the “expert” of your own wedding. We planned our whole wedding without using or involving any of these. And the result, was nothing short of spectacular.

Wedding Dress:

Probably the first question a girl is asked when people find out she is getting married. “Have you found a dress????!” Honestly, at first I was thinking of going out to a little beach shack and picking up a cute summer dress and calling it quits. However, during our trip to Madagascar we had a different idea come up.

4 Deserts Roving Race

Finish line of the 250 km stage race through Madagascar.

We stayed with an amazing Airbnb host on our trip to Madagascar for RTP. A fellow Canadian took us in under his roof in the capital for quite a few nights. Not only did we get to know him, but we also got the chance to get to know his Malagasy girlfriend. Working for a magazine and being an inspiring designer, she excitedly showed us recent custom creations she had made for friends and family. BING! Light bulb moment. As you can guess, I asked Michella if she would consider designing my wedding dress for me. I would love something that has an African feel to it, custom made, and not to mention by the hands of someone I had met and grew to be close friends with. She not only accepted but was thrilled to tears.

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Some of Michela’s first sketches.

Pros to a custom-made dress?

  1. Get to design your dress to the T (sketches to the right). Fun, as it is a bit of a mystery what the dress will actual look like in the end.
  2. But what was more important to me was this was a chance for me to support someone in her aspiring career. I don’t think Vera Wong needs anymore support. Michela had never made a wedding dress before or anything close but she was excited for this to be her first.
  3. Although she was terrified because she didn’t want to disappoint, I reassured her that in the end it is just a dress and I fully trusted her. She poured a lot of thought and time into the dress. The result? A beyond beautiful dress that exceeded my expectations beyond my wildest imagination and has the best story behind it. (And now, she has a wicked brand she is continually growing -> check her work out at My Mitoo)

RECAP: Look for a local designer or even a student. Support someone that is looking to grow and learn. For some trusting someone that doesn’t have a wedding catalog with making their dress is just too scary. But if you are willing to take the little “risk”, it pays off.

(side note: One of the highlights of this was receiving the dress in London, Ontario all the way from Antanarivo, Madagascar 8 months after we had left…all delivered right into my hands in a shoe-box! I was shocked it fit too ;P)

handmade wedding dress from africa

Wedding Catering:

Toughy. Especially if you have any sort of dietary “restriction”. Being vegan/vegetarians and living in Chile is hard. Being vegan/vegetarians that are about to get married in Chile is even more difficult. Approach a cater and they will offer you menu choices A, B, or C. But what if I want A except without X in it and Y from C’s menu? “HA.”

Ok….Well how about just menu A except without X? “NOPE.” There’s no adjusting. I realize this might be different in other countries but those were our findings. Even still, there isn’t much out of the box thinking in the typical wedding caterers menus.

best desserts for custom made wedding menu

Jonathan and I went to a cooking class teaching you how to cook everything Chilean; from empanadas, to pastel de choclo, to pisco sours, we learnt a ton from Carolina, our head chef. Her passion for sharing her country’s cuisine gleamed out of her. Better yet, she was extremely accommodating. One person in our group was gluten-free while another a gluten-addict. Some loved shellfish and other’s thought they were satan’s pets. Vegan, paleo, raw, gluten-free, sugar-free,….she had an adjustment ready for everyone and no one was viewed as a nuisance because of their restrictions. Obviously we approached Carolina a few weeks later and asked if she would want to cater our wedding. She was flaberghasted and could hardly contain herself. Although she never had lead a wedding catering group, she was up for the new experience and thanked us for our trust in her.
These rockstar made a healthy, tasty menu that showcased flavours and ingredients to Chile for all of our Canadian guests. For our Chilean guests, she somehow nailed the best wedding cake ever. A cake made from good ol’ Canadian crepes and maple syrup (I’m salivating even just writing about it). This woman had never even tasted pure maple syrup before and she figured out how to bake an entire dessert revolved around the flavor.

Pros to local caterers?

how to choose your wedding caterers

Our good friends Carolina & Ines. They just so happen to also be the most badass chefs ever.

  1. Got to design our whole menu from scratch.
  2. Had the creative minds of people that have never prepared for an event like this before. They brought wicked ideas to the table plus made any and every change we asked for.
  3. They not only cooked but they helped with decorations. One of the cooks even brought wood serving pallets she cut from fallen trees on her farm. PLUS, her sister made and painted clay serving dishes with her own two hands specially for our wedding.
  4. The entire catering team were all our friends. Why have a bunch of strangers walking around during your whole wedding when you can have friends that can eat with you and help serve!

RECAP: List off your favourite restaurants, cafés, cooking classes, farmer’s market vendors, etc. Who sticks out to you the most? Ask them! Even if they’ve never catered a wedding before…who cares! It turns into a completely new experience for you and them AND all of your guests who aren’t stuck eating the same old steamed veggies and fish/steak dinner they had at a wedding the month before…and the wedding before that…and the wedding before….etc


Wedding Venue:

Coming clean. Our location in the end was no where close to being called a “venue”. Instead, a badass, absolutely perfect, unique, hidden, best-view-ever, massive, slept us and most of your guests….Airbnb house. Yup, we booked our wedding “reception location” on Airbnb.com. And it was fantastic.

Destination Wedding in Chile

Our dinner view in Zapallar, Chile #nofilters ;)


By choosing a unique location – you do limit yourself. The further you get away from the big city hubs well the less options you have whether that be for flavours of M&Ms or wedding venues. With us choosing Zapallar, Chile we had a grand total selection of ZERO wedding venues. But even if we were to have chosen a bigger city with 100 wedding venues, we wouldn’t of chosen any. With these usually comes restrictions: who can cater, when you are allowed to set-up, when you get the boot, what music you can play (hell no to Eminem), etc.acroyoga wedding dance ultra mel and jon wedding

So like everything else, we customized. We found a beautiful spot on Airbnb and added all the pieces of the puzzle together here. Sure it was a bit of extra effort to decorate and set-up ourselves but we had a secluded area where there was not site of a single stranger (whether that be passing by our “hall” or a random server in the room). Best yet? We knew no one else had ever had a wedding there before! It made it that much more special. So whether you go the route we did, use your own backyard, or haul everyone to the summit of a mountain – remember that your reception doesn’t have to be in a place where other’s have had theirs before.

Disclaimer: If you go this route, of course check with your host before-hand! We met up with the owners and explained all of our plans and they were thrilled to have their place be the setting for such a special day 🙂

Pros to non-traditional wedding venue?

  1. If you customize everything else, why wouldn’t you customize the location?
  2. You (and your guests) can have a completely new unique experience – no repeats of hotel halls
  3. You run the show: put decorations where you want, have the party go till when you want (or your brother wants in my case), be able to eat/sleep/shower/get ready all in one convenient place

RECAP: As you’ve probably noticed the underlying message of this post by now – think outside the box! Like the caterers, list of your favorite spots and if it’ll fit the number of people you’re having to your wedding, make the baby happen! Even if takes a little extra planning and labour, it is completely worth it in the end having a wicked spot for the celebrations.

best location for a chilean wedding

Never thought I would be writing a wedding post to be honest. Because although I was excited about “The Day”, I was most excited to just have a big party with friends and family and of course marry Jonathan (no matter how that looked). All this is personal advice and would obviously change if you were having 200+ people attending versus 30. So to each, her own. I get that some girls have been dreaming of their wedding day since the moment they got out of that high-chair – and there’s nothing wrong with that. No matter what way you choose to go though, see if you can incorporate even ONE of these into yours….

  • Where and when you can – support locals!
  • If you’re not completely happy with an option – customize. If it’s not out there, find a way to make it.
  • Don’t think that “wedding” services/products are the only option – anything can be “wedding-ized”.
  • Most importantly; do everything the way YOU want! Don’t worry about what your mom or future mother-in-law are going to think. This is a day where you get to be 110% greedy. A day all about you and your spouse – so embrace that!


wedding photo fail

You may be able to “perfectly” plan your wedding…but you will never be able to “perfectly ” time a photo.

Visiting All The Major League Baseball Stadiums

Family Quest to Visit All of the Major League Baseball Stadiums


In a little over 20 years, my mother, brother and I, along with other family along the way, visited every Major League Baseball Stadium in America! Though we never caught a foul ball, the games we saw, the hot dogs we ate and the people we met, piece by pice created one of the longest and best baseball memories I have.

Major league ball parks


Ever since I was a youngster, baseball has always been a part of my life, starting t-ball almost as soon as I was comfortable walking, and aspiring to be like my big brother, Sean, I watched baseball, I played baseball, I loved baseball. Little did I know, that almost 22 years ago now, I was about to start a 20 year long, family rooted, trip around Canada and the USA to visit and watch a baseball game in every single Major League stadium in the MLB.

I was born and raised in London, Ontario, so being only a 2 hour drive away, Toronto, Ontario was the closest pro baseball team to me, and to no ones surprise it was my favourite team! We were close to quite a number of other cities with their own MLB team, so as you might expect, this journey began with some one or two day long road trips to see a game, and eventually turned into week long trips once a year to see games in different cities.


First MLB Baseball Game

In May of 1993, when I was not quite 5 years old, my mom decided one night to take a day trip with my brother and I to Pittsburg to see a Pittsburg Pirates game. She packed up the car the night before, woke up extremely early the next morning before we were even awake, loaded us in the car and hit the road. After catching an afternoon game, we all headed back across the border to get home. This spur of the moment road trip took a while to soak in, but we all caught the baseball fever after that game.

After a couple years of our baseball passion growing, we again hit the road in 1995, first in May to see a Chicago White Sox game where my brother got to see his favourite player, Frank Thomas, play!  Then in July to see another team that was a bit closer to home, the Detroit Tigers.

visiting comerica park major league baseball stadium

The next year we all had the urge to go bigger, so we hit three stadiums in 1996, and this year was the first time extra family tagged along for some of the baseball adventure. Another trip to Chicago to see the Chicago Cubs play at Wrigley Field, a weekend up in Montreal to see the Montreal Expos (of course this team is no longer but we still count it as they were in the MLB when we saw the game), and finishing this season out with a bang, was the Boston Red Sox where we made sure to take the tour of Fenway Park, including a walk around the warning track to get up close in person with the Green Monster.

1997 took us to see the Cleveland Indians, and 1998 sent us on the road to watch the Cincinnati Reds. In September of 1998, we stretched our road trip capacities (at least for a single mom with two energetic, baseball loving boys in the backseat), when we headed to the west coast to see the Seattle Mariners.

We knew at this point travelling by car was getting to be a little inefficient, so our last road trip was to a St. Louis Cardinals game in 1999. Later that same year we drove only as far as the detroit airport, then flew to see a New York Mets game. And because it was more expensive to fly we knew we had to start doubling up any teams that were close to each other. However the Yankees weren’t playing at home anywhere close to the dates we’d be in New York, but we were able to go see the Philadelphia Phillies play at home.

In 2000, unknown why it really took us so long to see our home team, we all went to watch our beloved Toronto Blue Jays play!

Visiting rogers centre for jays game

Me, Nana, and Mom, from a game in 2015…didn’t have a digital camera from our first game there

The next year had us flying to see the Milwakee Brewers play in their new, super nice, stadium, and this was our first time running into any ticket issues:P Who would have thought a team no where close to any playoff hopes that year or the prior season, would have sold out and been standing room only. We were lucky enough the Brewers were at home for a few nights, so still managed to see a home game and check it off the list.

2002, we ran into some other issues (starting to become a trend?), landing in San Francisco and this being all of our first time in California, were shocked to find this place was freezing. Needless to say we all had to go buy coats and sweaters the first day. (*Keep in mind this was still before the internet would tell you just about anything you wanted to know, so we didn’t check the weather before we went*) So we managed to see the San Francisco Giants play at their incredibly cool stadium on the harbour, and actually a double cool for this game, as it was the year Barry Bonds was going for the Home Run record, so the harbour was filled with boats and kayaks to catch the home run baseballs.

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Nana and Grandpa enjoying the afternoon game!

While in the neighbourhood we also managed to go see an Oakland Athletics game, which had a bit of an older stadium, but who cares when it’s Dollar Days! Thats right, one dollar for a hot dog, one dollar for a beer!!!! And there were limits, 12 hot dogs max per person, haha, and I can’t remember what the max dollar beers there was per person (I was 13!). But this game was a memorable one, hot dogs all game long, lots of beers for the grownups, it’s was watching a baseball game was all about!

The next two years we tackled those teams with no close neighbours, so in 2003 we went to see the Atlanta Braves, and in 2004 we watched the Kansas City Royals play a home game. And if either of those teams are your favourite, then I apologize, but there wasn’t anything too exciting happening for those baseball trips:P

We felt a deja vu in 2005 when we went to see the new home of the Montreal Expos, who had now become the Washington Nationals. While in the area we went to catch a Baltimore Orioles game.

2006 we had a rest year, as we knew 2007 we were gearing up to take on three baseball parks! First up was San Diego Padres, and this quickly turned to my favourite city in the US, not too big but still had so much to do! Next was the Los Angeles Dodgers, and LA proved to be a little chaotic for a family of 8 (including 3 generations), but we definitely saw the highlights! And last we managed to fit in one last game, seeing the Anaheim Angels play at home, and while we missed the game the first night (ended up taking a bus to the anaheim neighbourhood, not the actual city:P), we made it to a game the night before we left!

baseball travel new york yankees

Alas, in 2008 we made it back to the big apple, the New York Yankees! And I felt quite fortunate that this was set to be their last season played in the original Yankee Stadium, and the next year their new stadium was set to be completed and would be their home park for years to come. (The next picture really gives you an idea how “Babe Ruth” this stadium still felt!)

traveling to nyc baseball game

2009 we made our way to see the Minnesota Twins, and in 2010 we headed for the mountains, seeing the Colorado Rockies play at home. This trip to Colorado, including a few side trips out to Boulder, and to see some waterfalls, might have just sparks that adventurous side of my that shines through a lot more these days.

Arizona Diamondbacks were one of the newest teams to be added to the MLB list of professional teams, and in 2011, we just couldn’t turn down a trip to visit Arizona and Sedona to see their amazing landscapes!

baseball game at chase field

Coming into our home stretch with only 4 teams left to see, we were getting further away from home, but at the same time, were getting into warmer climates! During the 2012 season, we went to see both a Tampa Bay Rays game and a Florida Marlins (now Miami Marlins) game down in Miami. We were lucky enough to blend into this baseball trip, a quick cruise over to Nassau, Bahamas to see some family friends who live there!

In our final year, I was fortunate enough to have met my now wife, Melissa, who tagged along for our last baseball trip to see the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers both play a home game. This was such an interesting trip, as Mel and I had just gone vegan, so dining out in Texas proved to be quite difficult. And after these baseball games, the two of us flew over to California to take part in our first ultra marathon together, Born to Run.

baseball trip to Houston

29 major cities, 31 Major League Baseball stadiums, 93 ticket stubs, countless hot dogs and memories to last forever. Was there anything we collected from every stadium, I picked up a mini bat from each game, my mom kept the ticket stubs, and we all collected the big plastic collector cups. Will we re-do all the ones that have been rebuilt since we visited? We have no plans on doing this, but if any of us are back in a city with a new stadium, I’m sure we’ll stop in at the ball park to catch a ball game!

Play Ball

– Jonathan


Disclaimer: Since most of this baseball adventure took place before there was an app to track all the dates, some of my dates could be wrong, so if I’m wrong on any of the events happening with a team or in a city in a certain year, we might just have the date wrong. First and last games we know, the rest just happened in the middle!

Monkii Bars Bodyweight Training Device – Product Review

We’ve been using the Monkii Bars ultra-portable bodyweight training device for a few months now and have really found, among all their benefits and features, their versatility to be what serves us the most.  Always wanting to find new gyms out in nature and frequently wanting to workout while travelling, have made the Monkii Bars incredibly useful for us.  Now we could go on all day about every detail in a super nit-picky review, but we just want to touch on the aspects of this piece of equipment that affect us the most, being ultra marathon runners, yoga and acroyoga practitioners and world travellers.

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Monkii Bars – Technical Specs

Just so you have a good idea of what we’re talking about.  The Monkii Bars are a pair of super lightweight suspension style system, that act similar to a pair of gymnastic rings, for bodyweight training.  They would be almost like an incredibly lightweight TRX system.

The bars themselves are 8 inches in length, weigh less than one pound as a pair, but they are strong enough to hold up to 220 lbs.  How can something so lightweight be so STRONG?  Monkii bars are made with some incredible materials, including hard Maple wood for the handles, Spectra materials in the line, and aerospace aluminum for the attachment hardware.  The lines that come standard with each pair of Monkii Bars is approximately 18 feet, making it extremely versatile to do all kinds of exercises, attached to all kinds of things!

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Monkii Bar Pro’s

Compact Design

The technical specs above give you an idea of how lightweight the materials these bars are made out of really are.  But the beauty part of them is the entire line and attachment piece stuff into the handles themselves, so when all packed up you have to 8 inch handles!  These are super easy to carry in your hands as you run, toss in a pack, and of course pack into a suitcase for travel.  They also come with a small piece that attaches the two while being stored/carried to help keep them together.

Simple Setup and Take Down

The attachment piece of hardware can be a bit unique if you are used rock climbing hardware, but like anything new it only takes one or two times before its almost second nature to it.  The instruction card that comes in the box gives some super easy to follow instructions that get you setup in just a few minutes.  Now that I understand how the mechanics of the attachment piece work, and I’ve set up and taken down our Monkii bars a bunch, it will usually take me between 3-5 minutes to set the bars up to be ready for a workout.

Versatilemonii bar Bodyweight training

The one thing that stands out with the Monkii bars when you compare it to things like gymnastic rings or a TRX system, is their simple versatility.  Rings are designed to be used a certain way.  TRX you have to set up your anchor and can only attach to that.  Monkii bars you can literally wrap that line around anything you can think of then hang, pull or drag until you’re done training.  We’ve obviously attached it to high hanging poles and tree limbs, we’ve used the door attachment which makes it easy to hit an indoor workout, we’ve strung it to stairwell railings, we’ve hung it off a boardwalk and propped out feet up on the railing up the boardwalk to get a bit more difficulty in the workout, we’ve even wrapped the line around a big log to drag it along the beach.  I’ve seen some of the wild Monkii Ambassadors rig up huge boulders to do farmers walks.

And I know what you’re thinking, if this thin little line is being dragged and strapped to so many things, won’t it break.  Well right out of their websites FAQ; “Our Spectra® Line is insanely durable and strong. However, we’re certain that some of our users will be wild enough to wear down the line. If this happens, we have you covered.”  So if you ever do break the line, it will be replaced free of charge!


Monii Bar Drawback

As we mentioned above, we like bringing our bars with us on runs so we can find something to strap onto along the way, and get a bit of calisthenics worked into our workout.  With the bars taking 3-5 minutes to setup, it creates a bit of a downtime, allowing your heart rate to drop down.  This might be good to build up some energy for your bar workout, or bad because now you have to get your heart rate back up.  Small thing that really has no easy fix, and no other product can really handle this issue, but just one thing we noticed.


Would We Recommend Monkii Bars

Whether you are a big calisthenics fan, an endurance athlete looking for some fast and light ways to keep muscle mass balance, a big traveller who is always on the go and living out of a suitcase, or even someone who just doesn’t like going to a public gym, the Monkii Bars would suit you well!  They have created a super innovative product to make fitness simple and accessible for everyone, no matter where you are, and the makers themselves are great people who really believe in their product and what it can do to the fitness industry.  If you feel like giving them a try, we’ve dug up a promo to get you all 5% off!! Get your set of Monkii Bars

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Our Interview on Athlete Minded Podcast

We get asked the question a lot “what goes on in your mind during your ultras?”  (usually following the question, “are you out of your mind???”). It’s a complex subject that ever runner would have a different response. We had the pleasure of being interviewed by Tyson of Athlete Minded Podcast on the subject matter.

athlete minded podcast ultra marathon interview“This episode, I was fortunate to have an ultramarathon duo on the other side of the mic.  Melissa and Jon are not only partners in life, but partners in running as well.  Even on one of their first dates, Jon invited Melissa to run a marathon with him.
The most interesting thing about this podcast was how upbeat they are about training and running.  They look at running 30 miles as fun, and the relationships they build along the way make it an even better experience.

Even though they agree you have to be in near-perfect physical shape for an ultra, they mention how important the mental side is.  The mind will give you doubts about how far you can run or when you think you can finish, but that’s the stuff you have to push through.”

Listen to the Athlete Minded Podcast Interview:

iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/athlete-minded-stories/id1091313081

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