The medal for the 300 Mile Challenge is our take on a painting called The Scream by Edvard Munch. Do you run munch? Sign up here.
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Here’s a nice comment from a client of Coach Lynn, one of the awesome coaches here at MTA. Congrats Jenn on your success!
On top of that, she has gotten me from run/walking 30 seconds/1 minute to running non-stop and from a 16:30 minute mile (on a good day) to my current 13:30 mile. I’ve also lost 42 pounds! And all of this has been through illness, injury, and while working as a frontline healthcare worker during a pandemic.
I’ve been a listener to the podcast from the beginning and have been through many ups and downs physically and emotionally. This podcast and this MTA family has been such a positive force in my life, showing me that I can do hard things (thanks Angie ❤). -Jenn Greenly December 15th 2020
We are excited to announce the 300 Mile Challenge is open for early registration! We took the famous painting by Edvard Munch and added a running twist to it.
We also have a new run tracker with all new badges every 10 miles! (the goal is to keep rolling out new levels until 1,000), and the new black MTA hat.
Price increases January 1st. REGISTER HERE
This episode we talk with the authors of the book Making Your Way -The Wobbly Road to Success and Happiness in Life and Work. In this conversation you will hear how to adjust and thrive as a runner when your training or your life takes an unexpected turn like it did in 2020. Continue Reading →
The MTA Virtual Half is happening from now until the end of the year and runners are posting their results.
Big congrats to everyone who has finished their 13.1 miles.
Still time to sign up and grab the medal if you haven’t yet.
See photos here: Continue Reading →
Angie and I were guests on the We Got the Runs Podcast episode 28. We talked about Angie’s 50 state marathon goal and other stories from our life. Enjoy! Listen here.
Congrats to the 21 teachers at Ibn Khuldoon National School (IKNS) in the Kingdom of Bahrain 🇧🇭 on completing the Social Distancing Run 100 Mile Challenge!!
Above is a photo from their medal ceremony in front of the school. Big thanks to Sam Barton for sharing this story with us!
This was sent in by Sarah Granato who ran the MTA Virtual Half Marathon this year.
“Thank you Angi and Trevor for everything! Thank you for your podcast, your Virtual Half Marathon opportunity and for all you do for the running community.
I’ve written so many iterations of this summary of my ‘first half marathon’ experience and… way too long, all of them.
So here is my list, in short, of what running my very first half marathon taught me.
In this episode we speak with mindset expert John Assaraf -author of the book ‘Innercise -The New Science to Unlock Your Brain’s Hidden Power’. Plus we try to answer the question, “Will races come back in 2021?”
In this episode we speak with physical therapy doctor, Ben Shatto, about how you can become more resistant to running injuries. And in the quick tip segment Angie shares thoughts on staying fit during the holidays. Continue Reading →
In this episode we speak with Marshall Ulrich, a legendary ultra runner, record holder and competitor on the World’s Toughest Race Eco Challenge Fiji on Amazon Prime. And in the quick tip segment, Angie will share how to keep running strong as you get older. Continue Reading →
In this episode special guest Joel Pearson, collegiate running coach and one of the coaches here at MTA answers questions sent in by the community about building endurance, injury prevention, running streaks, speedwork, stretching before a run, and more.