Episode 49 – The Ultrarunner Mindset
A conversation between Paul Garrigan and Joel Lewin.
In this episode of the podcast, I talk with Joel about my recent experiences of running 52km in Bangkok. Ultrarunning is all about going beyond our preconceived ideas about what we are capable of doing. Even if we have no intention of ever running an ultramarathon, this mindset of leaving our comfort zone can be of a huge importance for anyone attempting to break free of addiction and start a new life.
Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 49
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Here is a YouTube video I made of the last few kilometers of my 52km ultramarathon – click here.
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