Fuelling Strategy for Ultras - Trail Running Magazine

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We were asked by Trail Running Magazine to give some advice following a recent Twitter poll looking into the most common methods of fuelling during an ultra. As expected, the most popular strategy was using a combination of fuel types to get you to the finish line so we looked a little deeper into ultra nutrition.

Read the full post on Trail Running Magazine > FUELLING STRATEGY FOR ULTRAS


XMiles Jurassic Coast Social Run & Meet Up

XMiles are hosting a Social Run and Meet along the beautiful Jurassic Coast in Dorset!
XMiles have teamed with Mountain Fuel and will be providing samples of the NEW Mountain Fuel Xtreme RAW energy drink, this will be available on a first come first serve basis so when its gone it's good.  Just bring a bottle and water and we will provide the RAW energy!

We are meeting at Finley’s Cafe at Lulworth Cove, Dorset, 9.00am on Saturday 23rd June to run some of the most amazing trails this country has to offer! 

All a very social pace but be warned there are some severely steep hills on this route! There are opportunities to cut this run short and the distances can range from 10 miles to 20 miles. 

Click the link and lets us know you are attending via the

Facebook Event - XMiles Jurassic Coast Social Run

We will finish back at Finley’s cafe so you can refuel and chat some running!
There is ample of parking at Lulworth Cove so no issues there! Finley’s Cafe is a 2 minute walk away at the bottom of the carpark.

We must stress this is not a race and purely a social event. You must provide your own food and water and be accountable for your own actions as XMiles will not be held responsible. 

If you’ve never visited the Jurassic Coast and seen the famous Durdle Door natural rock archway then be prepared to be blown away!
See you there 😀


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