Thu, 25 March 2021
“Walk early and walk often,” says Brendan Leonard, author, climber and ultra-endurance athlete.
In this episode you’ll learn:
-How getting out of the comfort zone led Brendan to a life of adventure
-If you can see it, you can be it
-Why walking is the key to your first endurance event
-How to train for an ultra if you work a ‘desk job’
-The moment he quit cigarettes and realized he could partake in the endurance community
Brendan is a writer, and most of his work centers around adventure, travel, and human experiences with both of those. He’s a contributing editor at Adventure Journal and a columnist at Outside. His stories have appeared in Backpacker, National Geographic Adventure, Outside, Men’s Journal, Sierra, Adventure Cyclist, and other publications.
Connect with Brendan:
-Buy his book - I Hate Running and You Can Too
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