#58 Lee Anderson and the Moab 240 - part 2

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Dean and Paula introduce part two of the interview with Lee Anderson who recently competed in the Moab 240 trail race. 

Lee walks us through the remainder of the race including: The Island, Bridger Jack, Shay Mountain, Dry Valley, Wind Whistle, Road 46, Pole Canyon, and Horse Creek. 

The interview picks up around mile 70 in the Moab 240 where Lee has been racing for 28 hours with about 3 hours of sleep.

RyR is a team of runners and triathletes who receive comprehensive and customized coaching. The team name has dual meanings. The first is based in Hebrews 12:1 in which Christians are instructed to run the race set before us. In this context, RyR stands for Run your Race, with an emphasis on meeting you (the athlete) where you are and coming alongside you to help you reach your goals. The verse emphasizes patience, endurance, and perseverance. These qualities are essential for success as both athletes and coaches.

The second meaning is based on the enduring friendship and marriage between the founding coaches, Dean and Paula Roberts. In this context, RyR stands for Roberts and Roberts. While our primary mission is to help athletes set and reach fitness and performance goals, we understand that this must occur within the context of each athlete's daily life. We strive to form an individual relationship with each athlete and make sure weekly training fits seamlessly into family life and work schedules.



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