Trail Society


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Keely Henninger, Corrine Malcolm, and Hillary Allen are three professional trail runners looking to utilize their experience as athletes and scientists to foster community and discussion around new and challenging topics in the world of trail running, training and racing, and equality

Episode Date
Episode 27: Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy and Pregnancy with Claire Bernard Miller

Keely, Corrine, and Hillary chat with Claire Bernard Miller, DPT with certifications in Pelvic Floor Health about the pelvic floor, how a pelvic floor physical therapist can help anyone with a pelvis, and implications towards pregnancy.


You can find Claire on instagram at @activatephysicaltherapy or go to to book an appt!


This episode is brought to you by Free Trail @runfreetrail 

And has support from the following sponsors:

Athletic Greens: and receive free samples and Vitamin D with your order!


The Feed: Build your own snack pack following and use code trailsociety15 for 15% off!!


Oura Ring: Track your sleep, recovery, and menstrual cycle (for those who get one) and buy your ring here: 



NCAA and abortions:


Active Joe Non-Binary Policy:

Aug 09, 2022
Episode 26: Fueling and performing your best through your menopausal years with sports dietician Dina Griffin

In part 2 of the 4 part series on women’s health, pregnancy, and menopause, Corrine, Keely, and Hillary chat with Registered Sports Dietician Dina Griffin of Nutrition Mechanic about fueling and training specific to menopausal years.  We discuss how to modify diet, fueling, sleep, and individual experiences during peri- and post-menopause to reach your potential. 


Follow Dina Griffin: @nutritionmechanic or


Thank you to our major sponsors:

Athletic Greens is a great way to supplement key nutrients. Give it a try: for 5 free travel pouches and Vitamin D


The Feed is a one-stop shop for all of your athletic nutrition needs and is offering you 15% with code trailsociety15 at


Finally, thanks to Oura Ring, the best way to track your sleep and recovery, follow this link to give them a try: 



New research paper on Overreaching and Low Energy Availability: Trail Runner synopsis:


Tour de Femmes:

Jul 26, 2022
Episode 25: The Pregnant Athlete Series Part 1

Keely, Corrine, and Hillary chat about Mount Marathon and other races, data privacy and menstrual tracking, and British transgender and non-binary racing categories for triathalon. Then, they talk to Ladia Albertson-Junkans and Elizabeth Carey about their experience with pregnancy and post-partum on their training and racing, body relationship, and identity as athletes.


Premier Sponsor: Athletic Greens: boost your health:


The Feed: Build your own endurance fuel box:


Society Slam brought to you by: Oura ring: start tracking your sleep and energy:: 

Jul 12, 2022
Episode 24: Abortion Rights, Western States Recap and the struggle of a DNF

Keely, Hillary, and Corrine deep dive into the recent overturn of Roe v Wade and it’s impacts and lend a perspective on abortion.  They then dive into the results of Western States and other races from the weekend. Finally, they discuss Hillary and Keely’s races, specifically targeting DNF and how it impacts the mind and confidence in your body and your ability.


Show notes:


New Sponsor Athletic Greens, Special offer!:


Plan B Skyrockets after Roe v Wade:


Trail Sisters x The Northface:


Western States Livestream with Corrine and Dylan: 


New Sponsor The Feed: Try it here:

Society Slam Brought to you by OURA ring: Try it here:

Jun 30, 2022
Episode 23: Women who FKT, Title IX, Ask us Anything

Keely, Corrine, and Hillary answer your questions covering everything from rest days, multi-sport training, and friendships. 


News:  Women Who FKT:

Title IX roster inflation:


Gatorade drops NHL:


Inclusive verbiage around menstruation:


iRunFar Bra Review:

Jun 14, 2022
Episode 22: Roe v Wade, Birth Control, and how it may impact hormones and performance
May 31, 2022
Episode 21: Title IX, the Menstrual Cycle, and its potential impacts on training and fueling.

Survey for Female and Male Trail Runners HERE:


Article on Title IX:


Menstrual Cycle Overview:


Society Slam brought to you by Oura Ring:

May 17, 2022
Episode 20: Madeira Ultra Trail Recap and Work/Life Balance

Corrine, Keely, and Hillary cover the latest races, deep-dive into Corrine’s race at Madeira, and touch on how to balance traveling, working, and training. 


Canyons 100k Recap:

Grace Staberg Outside ED Article:

Oura Ring:

May 03, 2022
Episode 19: Heat training, racing in the heat, and cooling strategies

This week on Trail Society they discuss recent race wins and course records like Gorge Waterfalls, Umstead, and Lake Sonoma. Then, Corrine deep-dives into heat training, racing in the heat, and cooling strategies for optimal performance.


Free trails race recap videos of Gorge Waterfalls!


Corrine’s iRunFar Article:


Periard, 2015. Adaptations and mechanisms of heat acclimation: Applications for competitive athletes and sports. 


Free Trail Subscription:

Oura Ring:

Apr 19, 2022
Episode 18: Planning your race season, fueling, and a bonus Gorge Waterfalls recap

Bonus intro recorded separately: Keely and Hillary chat about their races at the Gorge Waterfalls 50k and 100k.

This episode of Trail Society discusses how to plan out a race season and use some races to build for "A" goals. Then it dives into how to best plan out your fueling for races.  


NCAA women's basketball ads:

Free Trail Subscription!:

Oura Ring:

Apr 05, 2022
Episode 17: Mental health deep-dive with Danielle Snyder

Chuckanut Results:

*correction-Jodee Adams Moore has women's course record


Mindset Coaching by Danielle Snyder (@diellesmells):

Women who FKT on Instagram: @womenwhofkt 

Thesis on Mental Health and Ultrarunning:

Corrine’s iRunFar article on mental health in ultra running:


Oura Ring:


Mar 22, 2022
Episode 16 : Barriers to sport and the importance of participation and mentorship in female sport with Vicky De Sa and Eloise Morhange
Mar 14, 2022
Episode 15: Olympics debrief, Patrick Pressgrove interview on adaptive athletes and making races more inclusive
Feb 22, 2022
Episode 14: Diversity, Running as a Platform for Bigger Issues, and How to Get Uncomfortable with Richard Issa

This is our 3rd episode in our Strava Series where we interview Richard Issa, the leader of the Issa Run club in Philadelphia who uses his platform to increase the diversity of the running crew in Philadelphia and stand for social and political issues. This interview has some explicit language during the interview.  

Issa Run Club March:

Strava Segment Story on Hillary:

Lack of Diversity in Trail Running:

Strava Subscription only $4.99/month: 

Oura Ring:

Feb 08, 2022
Episode 13: US Women’s Running Records, and the mental struggles of injury and self-identity in sport

Strava subscription:   

Usa women’s records at Houston:


OURA ring:


Strava Story: Green Mtn. Featuring Hillary Allen-

Jan 25, 2022
Episode 12: Contract season, pay discrepancy in female sport, U of O update, and how to monitor your training and use metrics for good.
Jan 11, 2022
Episode 11: How to set big and scary goals, train with both a long term and short term mindset, and race tactfully
Dec 28, 2021
Episode 10: Olympic Marathon Standards, Body Image and Fueling in Male Sport with Logan Williams
Dec 14, 2021
Episode 9: Madeira Island Ultra Trail recap, racing mindset, and trail etiquette

Directory of Trail Work Organizations:


Research Opportunity in New Zealand Contact info for Andrew Dole:


Respecting the Trails article:


UTMB newest race adds:

Nov 30, 2021
Episode 8: The importance of rest and recovery and how to embrace the off-season

Molly Seidel interview:


UTMB announces new world series:


Off season does not change performance metrics :


Pam Smith advice on recovery:


Fact or Fiction: Time off from running:


Time off impacts on VO2 max:

Nov 16, 2021
Episode 7: Collegiate programs, energy deficiency, bone injuries, and fueling for performance

U of Oregon Article:


Body composition of elite athletes:


Overtraining or Relative energy deficiency?


Athlete triad in female and male ultrarunners


Position stance and overview of RED-S:

Nov 02, 2021
Episode 6- Coaching, puberty, body image, and planning for long term success
Oct 19, 2021
Episode 5: UTMB bans NSAIDs, Drug testing in trail running, the Quartz Program, and health risks in the sport of ultra running
Oct 05, 2021
Episode 4: Gender role reversals, partnerships, and finding that work/life balance in your training

Karen Holland Overall FKT:

Why Women Don’t Support Other Women:


Ester Purell: Relationships:

Sep 21, 2021
Episode 3: Attrition and tragedy at UTMB, female representation, and erasing the stigma behind DNF

Article covering TDS tragedy:

Full UTMB results:

Artcle on GI distress during menstrual cycle:

Sep 07, 2021
Episode 2: Western States 100, Female Physiology during Ultra marathons, Society Slam
  • 15 Women in top 30 Western States
  • Are women better at long distances than men?
  • Women only apply to jobs 100% qualified for.
  • Am I going to get Diabetes from ultrarunning?
Aug 24, 2021
Episode 1: Trail Society Launch and Discussion on Hardrock Lottery Changes, Female Participation and Equality in Sport
Aug 09, 2021
Introducing: Trail Society

Introducing the newest podcast in trail and ultra running!

Aug 05, 2021