Here are some more great photos from MTA Podcast fans all over the world participation in our 2017 virtual half marathon.
These photos remind me that . .
1. Running is an all weather sport.
2. Running is the best way to explore the world.
3. Running with friends and family is great bonding time.
Here’s a message from the Academy Facebook group that illustrates the thrill of finishing strong at your first marathon.
Paula Soto completed the Bakersfield Marathon on November 12th 2017 with a time of 4:34:45.5!
What I love is that she ’embraced the suck’ of the finial miles and finished with a smile on her face . . . ready to do it again!
Listen to the joy in her words, we can’t say it better than this, Continue Reading →
Plus, Angie talks about the Boston Marathon qualifying standards and what it takes to run a BQ.
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Rnners participating in our virtual half marathon are sending in reports and photos of their run.
It’s fun to see the routes people have chosen and hear back. These runs are like mini-adventures.
For the MTA Virtual Half Marathon runners complete their 13.1 on their home turf (or wherever they want) and we send out the finisher’s medal in the mail.
The race completely sold out -a huge thanks to everyone who signed up!!
Does it feel like someone is stabbing the bottom of your foot after a workout? Then there is a good chance you’ve been attacked by plantar fasciitis, one of the most typical heel injuries known to runners. Continue Reading →
As promised, my last three Lessons for Lifelong Learning, as taught by my good teacher, Marathon Training:
3. Something is 90% of everything.
There are so many reasons not to go on a run. It’s hot. It’s cold. It’s boring. My running partner bailed. I don’t have time for my whole run. I don’t feel like that route… So here’s my mantra: Just Go. Continue Reading →
Ten years ago I started training for my first marathon. We had just moved from Montana to Missouri, I had a toddler and baby at home, and I was feeling a bit depressed and needed something big to challenge me.
At that time I didn’t know anyone who’d ever run a marathon, didn’t have any friends who were runners (and Trevor wasn’t a runner at the time), and had only done two 5k races. Clearly this was pre-MTA days. Continue Reading →
In this episode we recap the Mount Desert Island Marathon in the beautiful state of Maine, USA.
Since this was my 50th marathon you will hear Trevor ask me to share some lessons and take-a-ways from my journey thus far. We also take a short walk down memory lane.
You never know where running will take you!
I can’t say enough great things about Marathon Training Academy! Angie and Trevor are absolutely amazing with their podcast and support! I really enjoy the private Facebook group full of runners on similar goals from all over the world. I’ll be using their training program again for my next marathon but promise to keep the cross training included. -Melisa
Ankle sprains and strains are a common everyday occurrence. In most cases, the injury is nothing more than a nuisance that temporarily affects your training and mobility.
However, severe cases can lead to a lengthy rehabilitation and even surgery. Continue Reading →
Bart Yasso is the Chief Running Officer at Runner’s World Magazine and author of the new book Race Everything -How to Conquer Any Race at Any Distance.
He will retire from Runner’s World this December after 30 years at the magazine. As Chief Running Officer he travelled to 45-50 race events per year and has personally completed over 1,000 races!
In this episode’s quick tip segment, Coach Angie answers a listener question about how to decrease pre-race anxiety. Continue Reading →