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    Do Go Chasing Waterfalls

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  • Zach Miller | Injury, Andorra, & UTMB Aug 1, 2022 Zach Miller is one of the all-time legends of trail running. Unfortuna ...
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  • Freetrail is not only an amazing community of passionate trail runners but a place where knowledge is shared freely, support is given to all equally, and the overarching intent is to celebrate the beauty and difficulty of our amazing sport with others. The Freetrail Femmes is a group of female identifying individuals whom I am proud to know and who constantly inspire and motivate me. I truly appreciate the opportunity to engage with more of the community both on and off the trails through the Freetrail connection.

    Corinne Shalvoy

    Los Angeles, California

  • Being part of Freetrail is much more than access to amazing training plans, content, and media. Most importantly, it's being part of and also developing a sense of family and belonging within the trail community. Freetrail is building interconnectedness between members spread through the entire country. In a sport where often long periods of solitude are spent deep in the forest trails alone, members that support each other through answers to questions and encouragement, make all the difference.

    Lu Duong

    Seattle, Washington

  • Becoming a member of Freetrail Pro has made such a positive impact to my running and other aspects of my life. Having access to a huge range of content, and trail running experts has helped me to develop and improve as a runner. Although I live in the UK, connecting with other likeminded trail runners from all over the world, has been a huge source of inspiration and motivation. The Freetrail community is so supportive, I feel lucky to be part of it!

    Rosie Holliday

    New York, New York

  • Freetrail has been a welcome addition to my running life. The friendships and community that Freetrail has brought into my life are second to none. The training plans have helped me finish Gorge Waterfalls 50K and the Vermont 100. The weekly Zoom calls allow us to share accomplishments, training tips, and rejoice in the success of others.

    Matthew Hoadley

    New York, New York

  • I joined Freetrail when it was still Pyllars days :) and never left. The best part of Freetrail is the community aspect of it. I made a lot of new friends just in short time and felt like I can talk to people who can understand this crazy sport. Freetrail Femmes is also a great part of this community where we can discusse some topics that are still hard to find out there because it is female specific. It has been a blast!

    Rini Sugianto

    New York, New York

  • The most worthwhile thing that I’ve experienced in my Freetrail experience is the weekly office hours. Getting to talk with people who are more crazy about this Ultra/trail running thing as I am has benefited my training and my overall confidence.The information contained in the heads and hearts of the Freetrailers’ is astounding! Experience, empathy, sound advice with practical execution plans make it the one place you can start and get supported throughout your trail running journey!

    Tyler Flaherty

    New York, New York

  • I’m an amateur triathlete and budding ultra runner and love the content that Freetrail is putting out. Being new to the sport you literally can be overwhelmed at the task in front of you but the website, the YouTube page, and the podcast helps to consolidate and provide you with the resources to become better at what we do. Thanks so much for this!

    William Ard Jr

    William Ard Jr

    New York, New York

  • I love being part of the Freetrail community. I’ve learned so much about ultra/trail running and the ‘trail culture’ lifestyle over the past 12 months. I especially love the weekly office hours calls hosted by DBo, and the community forum on the app where you can ask questions of all the Freetrail members. The app is loaded with different training programs, videos and wisdom which has been an amazing help for my training, strength, mobility and race prep.

    Dan Price

    New York, New York

  • Freetrail has been an absolute game changer for my running. Not only is there a fantastic community who are there to support you and offer advice, the resources and training plans have allowed me to get stronger and more confident in my abilities. Some of my achievements have only been possible with the help of Freetrail.

    Sam

    New York, New York

  • You can get a training plan from various sources online. You can watch and listen to trail running content from a myriad of creators. You might even be able to interact with a pro or two on social media. But nobody brings all facets of the trail running community and culture together like Freetrail. Since its launch I have become a better runner but more importantly I have met an unbelievable group of people that span the globe and who together are the best community in the trail running space bar none. I have never felt more connected to the sport of trail running that I love because of Freetrail and the community it serves.

    Matt Van Dalsem

    New York, New York

  • I feel so lucky to have found Freetrail when I did. From expanding my trail community in a new city to finally helping me rehab (and pre-hab!) pesky recurring injuries, I feel stronger and more motived as a runner and trail community member than I have in a long time. The training plans are incredible - such a wealth of knowledge packed into accessible workouts - and the Freetrail expert roster truly features some of the best in the game. The Slack channel helps me connect with folks in my own city, throughout the country and internationally as well, and features affinity groups that work to provide safe spaces for participants in an understandably intimidating sport. As someone who has been running ultras for 8+ years but always “winged it," the Freetrail Pro plans, experts and community got me to a healthier, stronger place with my trail running this year, both physically and mentally. Thank you, Freetrail!

    Addie Thompson

    New York, New York

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