*Audio Content Available For Members Only. Click Here to Join NowT[/drocap]his podcast episode celebrates the 3rd anniversary of MTA.
I can definitely stay that time flies (or more appropriately that time can run away if you’re not careful).
It has been an amazing experience to interact with thousands of runners over the years and personally help people achieve their goals through the Academy.
We want to thank each one of our faithful listeners.
Building Confidence as a Runner
In this episode we answer personal questions that many listeners want to know and talk about building confidence.
It doesn’t matter where you’re at in your life right now. You can move forward and reach your goals. First, you must allow yourself to dream.
Next, you must take action and put in the hard work. You’ll finally see the rewards if you have confidence in yourself and don’t give up.
Marathon training is about so much more than running 26.2 miles. You’ll find that your self-esteem will grow by leap and bounds when you dedicate yourself to reaching that goal. Suddenly a whole world of possibilities opens up to you. That’s why we always say,
“You do have what it takes to run a marathon and change your life.”
Congratulations on your 3rd year podcast anniversary! I am actually listening to all the previous episodes, some of them twice. I appreciate the work both of you guys are doing. Keep it up.
BTW, I love the caricature.
Hi Roberto. I’m glad that you’ve been enjoying the podcast. All the best as you pursue your running goals!
Who drew that picture? Very cool!
Thanks Daniella, I found an illustrator on Fiverr.com!
Thank you, Angie and Trevor. I’ve been a fan from the early days. Your voices are pure inspiration, especially when my mind wanders to negative thoughts during training. I’m leaving this comment belatedly, but wanted to share the odd sensation that we somehow reached the 3rd anniversary together. I think that speaks to the relationship you have built with your listeners. I ran the Phoenix Half Marathon last week and shaved a minute per mile off my previous half marathon PR. I’m still a novice and use all of the advice I can get. Thanks, again. Keep up the great work and run strong!
Hi Bob. Thanks for sticking with us for all this time. We appreciate having you in the MTA community. Congratulations on your recent half marathon PR! Keep up the awesome work.
Congratulations, Trevor & Angie! I’ve listened to every single podcast. I’ve been wondering: is the term “finishing line” a regional variation? Here in New England we say, “finish line” but I’ve noticed you both say the former. Maybe it’s because we have a sporting goods store up here called Finish Line Sports.
When you get to Connecticut on your 50 states quest I recommend the ING Hartford marathon. It is open to all and very well done (shares title sponsor with NY) but a smaller race by far. Hope to see you there.
PS congrats on busting 4 hours, Trevor! I have my third full marathon in May and would love to break five hours.
Hi Sarah. Thanks for being such a faithful listener. I’m not sure whether finishing line vs. finish line is a regional thing or not (although grammatically finish line is probably more correct) 🙂
Thanks for the race recommendation for CT. It sounds like a good one. I haven’t even started planning out my east coast marathons yet.
All the best in your upcoming marathon. You have what it takes to break 5 hours!