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Ask Joe Uhan

Joe Uhan asks readers for questions for his December “Stay the Course” column.

By on November 24, 2014 | 6 comments

Stay the CourseWell, we’ve been at this for going on three years. The pages of “Stay the Course” have been littered with everything from shin strain to psychology, from injuries and insults to hydration and salts. My hope is you’ve had a fraction of as much enjoyment reading–or at least skimming–these pages as they’ve been for yours truly to pen.

It’s time to turn it to to readers of iRunFar. What questions do you have for me? Injury woes? Questions about nutrition? Trail running X’s and O’s? Stride mechanics? Who’s doing all the exercise photography?

Call for Comments (from Meghan)

Here’s how this works. Email Joe with your questions at [email protected] by next Monday, December 1, at 11:59 p.m. From the questions Joe receives, he will answer some of them in his December “Stay the Course” column. Okay, let’s do this; email Joe and ask away!

Joe Uhan

Joe Uhan is a physical therapist, coach, and ultrarunner in Eugene, Oregon. He is a Minnesota native and has been a competitive runner for over 20 years. He has a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and is a USATF Level II Certified Coach. Joe ran his first ultra at Autumn Leaves 50 Mile in October 2010, was 4th place at the 2015 USATF 100K Trail Championships (and 3rd in 2012), second at the 2014 Waldo 100K, and finished M9 at the 2012 Western States 100. Joe owns and operates Uhan Performance Physiotherapy in Eugene, Oregon, and offers online coaching and running analysis at