In this episode we speak with Dr. Greg Wells, a Canadian physicist, adventurer and author of the book Rest, Refocus, Recharge: A Guide for Optimizing Your Life.
In this episode we speak with Dr. Chris Napier, Canadian runner and author of the book The Science of Running -Analyze Your Technique, Prevent Injury, and Revolutionize Your Training. Continue Reading →
According to some statistics 75% of runners will experience a running injury at some point.
When injury happens it can feel like a huge part of your life is in disarray.
In this episode we speak with Carrie Jackson Cheadle and Cindy Kuzma, authors of the book Rebound, about tools and perspectives that will help you bounce back mentally during periods of injury.
Let’s talk about books! If you listen to the MTA Podcast you probably know that one of my other great loves, besides running, is reading books.
In 2019 I was able to read or listen to 268 books total.
-135 non-fiction (16 running books)
-Highest volume month was January (31 total).
For those looking for some recommendations, here’s a list of the books (non-fiction and fiction) that I enjoyed the most in 2019. Continue Reading →
In this podcast episode we speak with Matthew Futterman, sports editor at the New York Times, about his new book Running to the Edge -A Band of Misfits and the Guru Who Unlocked the Secrets of Speed.
This interview provides an interesting overview of the last four decades of distance running, a reminder of how far we’ve come, and plenty of motivation to run to your edge!
In the quick tip segment, Angie shares a mantra for getting through the last 10k of a marathon. Continue Reading →
In this episode we speak with Dean Karnazes. He’s an accomplished ultra runner, best-selling author, and running ambassador.
And in the quick tip segment, you will hear how to manage hunger during marathon training while still losing weight and keeping your energy levels stable!
In this episode we answer questions sent in by Academy members about finding time for strength training, when to stretch, how to avoid cramping at the end of a marathon, and more, as we bring you part two of our Ask the Coach Q & A.
Gretchen Rubin is a bestselling author and expert on how to make healthy habits stick. In this podcast episode she explains how your personality tendency relates to your running goals.
And in this episode’s quick tip, Coach Angie explains how to tell if you need an extra rest day during training.
We’ve had Gretchen on the show on two previous occasions and I finally got to meet her and her sister Elizabeth Craft last summer at Podcast Movement. Continue Reading →
If you listen to the MTA podcast you probably know that we love to read! This photo is our living room.
Most of the following books that are mentioned here were published this year (2017) and we had the privilege of interviewing the authors.
I’ve linked to the Amazon page where you can find each book in case you want to pick one up for yourself (or as a gift this holiday season). These links contain our Amazon affiliate code so anything you order will give the MTA podcast a little kick back -which will make us do a happy dance. Continue Reading →