About this episode

This episode is with Coree Woltering, a professional trail runner who likes to run really far.

In this episode, we talked about:

  • his 1200 mile Ice Age Trail FKT 
  • starting the FKT right around the time of the George Floyd protests
  • deciding to continue his adventure to share something positive 
  • what he fueled with for 1200 miles spread out over 12-18 hour days on the trail
  • what kept him going from a motivational standpoint
  • choosing discomfort on the trails
  • lessons from the trails that carry over into life
  • his initial goals as a pro triathlete
  • moving from triathlon into trail running while living in Boulder
  • coming out when he was 25
  • his experience as a professional athlete working with brands
  • living in the flatlands and racing in the mountains
  • and much more!

Follow along with Coree’s adventures at https://www.instagram.com/coreewoltering/ and https://coreewoltering.com.

This episode is brought to you by Forward Spine and Sport, a Boston based top spot for evidence informed sports injury and pain assessment, diagnosis and management. 

I’ve been seeing Bryan Kent for two years now and recently he opened his own practice called Forward Spine and Sport with another chiropractor in the Boston area.

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