Preparing for the Gore-Tex TransRockies Run – 20 Random Tips

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  1. L Murray says:

    Lori – Thank you so much!! – GREAT tips for a Virgin – Things you just don’t think of. See you in August!!

  2. Hey Lori, awesome piece, should be very helpful for people! I just wanted to post a link to our new technical guide, which should help people with some of those first-timer questions that always come up! Here it is:


  3. LoriL says:

    thank you, Aaron – I will include in the post itself to make sure people don’t miss it.

  4. David Ford says:

    Lori, you hit it on the head with every section! I wish I had this info in the beginning! 4 years later, I consider myself a pro! Best tips were the water bottle and duffel organization!


  5. Steve T says:

    Drink before you are thirsty and eat before you are hungry.. now is not the time to try and restrict consumption.. I would advise to drink a minimum of 3-5 servings of Acli-Mate per day with your fluids.. I have been taking a scoop 1st thing in the am, scoops in each training bottle and a scoop prior to bed for the last 6 weeks and have seen a improvement in energy and recovery time

  6. David Ochs says:

    Get that Acli-mate up in you! Not only will it help you with Altitude differences, but it will help your body recover and prepare for what you are about to take on. Besides the potassium, the herbal complex will help you recover from efforts and increase oxygen consumption. Great in the AM to start off, and great in the PM to recover well. Good luck Lori!

  7. Holly says:

    Thanks for the info! I am hoping to do this event next Aug. for my 55th Birthday!

  8. Nancy says:

    Lori- Thank you for the excellent tips and tricks!

    Aaron, it sounds like it’s only stage two that require the gloves, hat, shell and emergency blanket. Lori noted that during her race, (different year) that she was required to bring those items with her daily. Can you confirm that it’s just for stage 2?

    Thank you both so much!!

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