You may be thinking that running an Ultra can’t be that hard, I mean 50K isn’t that much further than a marathon right? And in some ways the transition from road marathon to Ultra isn’t that hard, if you prepare for the differences properly. In fact the physical running training is a logical, not too extreme, progression from a normal half or full marathon training plan. But an Ultra has a different set of demands, and whilst we believe that with the right training anyone that can finish a half marathon can train to run an Ultra, we know it requires a holistic approach to training; preparing your body, mind and kit.
The UTC approach focuses on ensuring you are fully prepared to deal with all aspects of your Ultra challenge.
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Ultra running is all about spending a lot of time on your feet. And failure to look after feet is one of the biggest reasons behind people DNF’ing an event, so choosing the ‘right’ running shoes for an event can be one of the hardest and most stressful decisions to make.
Outside & Active
14 October, 2022