In this episode we bring you a run-down of the biggest running news from 2021 and tips on achieving your running goals in the new year! Plus, Angie shares the top picks from her non-fiction reading list. Continue Reading →
In this episode we speak with Abdi Abdirahman who represented Team USA at the Olympic Marathon in Tokyo at the age of 43. He is the oldest American runner to make the Olympic team and the only distance runner to make the Olympics 5 times! In the quick tip segment Coach Angie shares tips on coping with cold weather running. Continue Reading →
In this episode we speak with ultra-runner Sally McRae winner of this year’s Badwater 135.
Sally grew up fast after tragedy struck her family at the age of 17.
Hear what it means to to “keep your heart up” as a runner. Plus, she looks back on how she conquered the fear of running at night; and gives practical tips for running defensively out on the trails. Enjoy!
In this episode we speak with Brad Stulberg who is a performance coach and author of the book The Practice of Groundedness -a transformative path to success that feeds not crushes your soul. Continue Reading →
In this podcast episode we replay a popular episode from the Podcast Vault where we discuss Issues Faced by Slower Runners, “Tales from the back of the pack”. Plus Coach Angie gives a quick roundup of the 2021 New York City Marathon -winners, celebrities, and special moments. Continue Reading →
In this podcast episode we speak with Harvey Lewis winner of the 2021 Badwater 135 and Big’s Backyard Ultra where he ran 354 miles in 3 1/2 days!
In this podcast episode we recap the 125th Boston Marathon. Feel the energy from the crowds and hear from runners at the MTA Meet up. Coach Angie takes you along the course and shares interesting facts about the world’s most prestigious marathon.
The date of the 2021 Boston Marathon was changed from Patriot’s Day in April to October 11th– a full 910 days after the last Boston Marathon in 2019. It took place the day after the Chicago Marathon (a number of runners did a double requiring logistical and physical endurance).
In this episode we speak with Brendan Leonard author of the book I Hate Running And You Can Too -How to Get Started, Keep Going, and Make Sense of an Irrational Passion.
Hear why it’s ok to walk in a marathon and why you get to create your own definition of success.
We also ask Brendan about what it’s like to make a living as an outdoor writer.
In this podcast episode we speak with Dave McGillivray the longtime race director at the Boston Marathon. Always picked last for sports due to being short, Dave found running at an early age. He first attempted the Boston Marathon at 17.
In this conversation you will hear what his grandfather taught him about training for Boston and what it’s like to organize the world’s oldest marathon (125 years in 2021). Continue Reading →
In this episode Trevor shares what it was like to run a brutal trail marathon in the Italian Alps with 2,863 meters (9,393.04 feet) of elevation gain. And in the quick tip segment we feature a question about how many calories to consume on long run days versus lower mileage days.
In this podcast episode we speak with Lisa Tamati -endurance athlete, author, and mindset expert. And in the quick tip segment, recommendations on healthy snacks to help keep your hunger in check between meals.
Lisa Tamati is probably New Zealand’s best known ultra runner. She’s been on the scene for 25 years running the toughest endurance events in the world like the Marathon des Sables and The Badwater 135. The list of her accomplishments is extensive, she’s done over 140 ultra-marathons.
She’s also candid about her struggles with self esteem, body image, depression, and anxiety, forcing her to learn how to keep pushing the limits. Enjoy! Continue Reading →
In this podcast episode we speak with rocket scientist and runner Melissa Corley Carter PhD who took on the challenge of running a marathon on every continent. And in the quick tip segment we feature a question about intermittent fasting for runners. Continue Reading →