Shingo Inoue🇯🇵Ultra Runner

I took Katsuo Stamina during 4 days of 330km training from Tokyo to Fukushima.It was a strenuous experience for me, but I was able to run at an average pace of 5 minutes and 30 seconds per kilometre -- the fastest I had ever run during my preparation period. I didn't have any noticeable muscle pain the day after I finished the total 330km. It convinced me of the benefits of KatsuoStamina.

For the IAU 24 Hour Asia-Oceania Championships, I chose KatsuoStamina.I took KatsuoStamina with miso soup after my digestive system failed in the second half of the race, and I think the fact that I kept taking Katsuo Stamina and converted the lactic acid into energy was the key to the last 30 minutes of the race.

 

Athlete Profile

Shingo Inoue, Ultra Runner and Marathon Instructor

Born in 1980 in Hachioji City, Tokyo

At the age of 25, he challenged what is known as the world's toughest marathon, commonly known as the Sahara Desert Marathon. He came in first place among Japanese runners, a victory he celebrated in honor of his late father.

Finished Greece 246km Spartathlon, 9th place (2006)

Set a new record for the youngest finisher of the 520 km race across Japan (2007)

Got 4th place in the Hokkaido Longitudinal 1088km Marathon (2007)

Completed the 1500km Tokyo-Kagoshima Run (2007)

 In 2009, he won the national preliminary round of the 24-hour running event at Jingu Gaien, breaking Japan's national record at the time and ranking second in the world for the year. The following year, he represented Japan at the International Association of Ultrarunners (IAU) 24-hour World Championships, winning the event by more than 6km over the second-place finisher. He set a new Asian record while on the road (annual worldwide number-one ranking), and became the youngest runner to win a world title in the event.
Since 2010, he has set up his own running business, Running Project ALIVE. He primarily teaches running to citizen runners, and visits orphanages across Japan to give instructional lectures.

April 2013 - Winner of the 1100km Ultra Marathon around Taiwan

April 2016 - Winner of the 246km Ultra Marathon across Taiwan in April 2016

November 2016 - Winner of the IAU 24-Hour Run Asia-Oceania Championship

 Lecturer for the official planning of the Lake Saroma Ultramarathon and River Shimanto Ultramarathon for a Japanese running magazine called Monthly Runners (circulation 270,000)

 November 23, 2016 - Autobiography RUN一Keep on Running: The Running Way of the World Super Marathon King Shingo Inoue released in Taiwan

 2020 - Present - Working hard to make Shizo Kanakuri's 5,000 km relay race across the American continent a reality.