PC: Glenn Tachiyama

Krissy Moehl

  • 2016 Cascade Crest Classic 100 Miler, 1st
  • 2016 Quicksilver 100k, 1st
  • 2015 Team USA World 50-Mile Trail Team
  • 2015 FKT (Fastest Known Time) Tahoe Rim Trail
  • 2014 Run the Rann 101km Indian, 1st (tie)
  • 2014 Cayuga 50 mile, USATF Natl Championships, 2nd
  • 2013  Ultra Trail Mount Fuji, Japan. 1st Female.
  • 2013  Squamish 50 mile, Canada. 1st Female.
  • 2013  Wonderland Trail FKT, Mt. Rainier, WA. Record set with Darcy Africa.
  • 2013  Patagonian Ultramarathon, Chile. 1st Female
  • 2011 San Diego 100 mile, California. 1st Female. Course Record.
  • 2009 Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc.  1st Female, 1st American, 11th overall.  Course record still stands.
  • 2007 Hardrock 100. 1st female, 3rd overall (to Scott Jurek & Karl Meltzer). New course record in counter-clockwise direction. Record since broken.
  • 2005 Grand Slam Champion.  Youngest female (at 27) to complete the GS and hold the second fastest accumulative time to Ann Trason.
  • Why First Endurance?

    I was first introduced to Ultragen and therefore First Endurance by Karl Meltzer in 2004.  I was training for my first 100 mile race – the Wasatch Front 100 – and he was showing me key sections of the course over three days of training runs.  After each run he offered up 2 scoops of Fruit Punch Ultragen (the only flavor at that time) and I was amazed my turn around for the next run.  The following year I ran the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning and to this date do not think I would have made it through those 4 100 mile races without Ultragen.  I not only consumed the product after each race for recovery it was also hugely helpful during each event.  I would add 1 scoop to a bottle about every 20 miles.  Now eleven years later I have tried and tested more of the First Endurance products and find that I consume something from FE at least once a day.  The Multi-V and Optygen are my keys to staying healthy through heavy training and racing periods.  EFS liquid shot, PreRace and Ultragen are staples in my training and racing regimes.  This will be my 15th year of running ultradistance events and the most important lesson I have learned is that nutrition and recovery are the keys to longevity.

    Ultra Running Nutrition Plan

    50k

    * Breakfast: oatmeal with peanut butter & jelly or w pb & banana (about 90min- 2 hrs before)

    * 10-15 min before start take 1 PreRace and a hit (1/2 shot) of EFS liquid shot

    * Every 30-45 minutes take about 1 shot of EFS liquid shot.

    * Every hour take one SaltStick or Endurolyte

    * Take 2 PreRace every 2 hours

    * Within first 30min of finish enjoy 2 heaping scoops of Ultragen mixed in 20-24oz of water (preferably Fruit Punch flavor – iced!)

    50M

    * Breakfast: oatmeal with peanut butter & jelly or w pb & banana (about 90min- 2 hrs before)

    * 10-15 min before start take 1 PreRace and a hit (1/2 shot) of EFS liquid shot

    * Every 30-45 minutes take about 1 shot of EFS liquid shot.

    * Every hour take one SaltStick or Endurolyte

    * About 90min to 2hrs in to the run nibble on a Clif Bar or potatoes.  A little bit of solid food to feel satiated.

    * Take 2 PreRace every 2 hours

    * Within first 30min of finish enjoy 2 heaping scoops of Ultragen mixed in 20-24oz of water (preferably Fruit Punch flavor – iced!)