In this episode we bring you a special joint episode with Olympic runner and podcaster Carrie Tollefson from the C Tolle Run. And in the quick tip segment, Angie will explain how to communicate expectations with your running partner before you race together. Continue Reading →
The first main stop on our 2019 camping trip out West (which Trevor is calling our Ultramarathon Sufferfest Extravaganza) was the beautiful Charlevoix Marathon along the shores of Lake Michigan.
This was my 58th marathon, 45th state, and 4th fastest marathon.
The day went better than I expected and I managed to squeak out a BQ and get 1st place in my age group.
Let me tell you all about it . . .
In this episode we bring you a marathon success story with Academy member Jon Lepley who after a life-long struggle with addiction decided to run a marathon at the age of 40 and well . . . you will just have to hear what happened next!
And in the quick tip segment, Angie will explain how to intelligently gauge your response to training so you know if what you’re doing is working.
Just a quick heads up that you can find all the discount codes we mention on the MTA Podcast on our Resources page of the website. The Resources page lives under the “About Page”. Go to “About” and select “Resources” from the dropdown menu.
Scroll down the page you will a see a list of codes and links in alphabetical order. Happy running!
Angie and I were on episode 27 of the Jerod Martin Health Podcast to talk about our favorite marathons, what makes elite runners different, what we can learn from the elites, advice for beginners, the runner’s high, what working with a coach can do, and more. Listen here.
In this podcast episode we bring you a special conversation with our nutrition coach, Natalie Mason, about how marathoners can lose weight and still maintain energy to do what they love.
And in the quick tip segment I’ll share how you can incorporate lower body strength training into your routine and never skip leg day again! Continue Reading →
In this episode we bring you a fascinating conversation with runner and filmmaker Sanjay Rawal about indigenous running cultures around the world, running as an act of meditation, and the world’s longest certified footrace –The Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race in New York City! Continue Reading →
In this episode we bring you an interview with Alexi Pappas, Greek-American distance runner, Olympian, actor and filmmaker. And in the quick tip segment, we discuss a study that claims that walking boosts creativity.
Brooke Taylor, the host of Good Things Radio had me on the show to talk about what I’ve learned from interesting guests we’ve had on the MTA Podcast. Brooke is a terrific interviewer with a smooth radio voice!
She is an Academy member and running her first full marathon on May 19th.
This podcast episode is our long-awaited race recap of the 2019 London Marathon.
We’ll tell you all about our trip to the U.K. and what it was like to run this amazing race.
This is a beast of an episode with lots of stories, tips, shenanagains and sound bites so kick back and enjoy!
In this podcast episode we speak with Martin Dugard author of the book To Be A Runner -How Racing Up Mountains, Running with the Bulls, or Just Taking On a 5-K Makes You a Better Person (and the World a Better Place).
In this podcast episode we bring you inspiring stories from this year’s Boston Marathon. Plus we will give you a run-down of the final results and soundbites from race weekend. And in the quick tip segment, Angie answers a question about what officially counts as a marathon or half marathon. Continue Reading →