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27-Feb-19

The Runstreaker - Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know

By Sarah Cooke

We are taken into the world and mindset of a runstreaker.

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06-Nov-18

7 articles on running and managing mental health and stress

By Elsa Trujillo

For International Stress Awareness Week (5th - 9th November), we’ve collated a series of articles dealing with different aspects of mental health and ultra running.

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29-Aug-18

7 articles on the blues, nausea, short runs, nutrition and altitude sickness

By Elsa Trujillo

For many of us the summer is nearly over but, of course, the running never stops. This week our articles deal with bad things that can happen during a race, such as nausea and altitude sickness and some that happen after the race, like post-race blues.

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25-Jul-18

7 articles on volcanic islands, heart training, injuries, positivity, ageing and ultranoia

By Elsa Trujillo

This week we bring you a balanced selection of articles that dwell on the physical and the psychological aspect of running.

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28-May-18

How to cope when you can’t run

By Sarah Cooke

In previous articles, I have considered the benefits of running and the ways in which you can motivate yourself to get out the door and stick to a training plan.

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16-May-18

7 articles on depression, training stress, heart, mind and knees

By Elsa Trujillo

This week our selection of web articles comes full of body parts. In the best possible sense, of course.

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06-Feb-18

Our top 10 most popular running articles in 2017

Here are the top ten articles brought to you by RunUltra in 2017.

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20-Dec-17

A runner’s guide to surviving Christmas

These days, we are forced to count down to Christmas before the summer is even over. Christmas cards, gifts, mince pies and more appear on the shelves and we are constantly reminded of how many shopping days remain until the big day.

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08-Dec-17

Running and depression

I was asked to write an article about running and mental health. I am a clinical psychologist and an ultra runner, so this should be right up my street. However, I found myself stopping and starting and changing my mind over the best angle to take.

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