He lives with his wife and children in the mountains of Colorado. Continue Reading →
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Hhere’s part two of our Boston Marathon Race Recap. In this episode you will hear my marathon montage as I spent the day walking around with a digital recorder much to Angie’s chagrin!
Our friend Jason Pina of Providence, RI, articulates what the Boston Marathon has meant to him.
Angie answers member questions about her race experience and how she trains.
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Joe De Sena once completed the Badwater 135, Lake Placid Ironman, and Vermont 100 miler in the same week.
He famously finished the 444 mile Iditarod dogsledding race on foot. (Yes people you read that correctly). He starts every morning with 300 burpees and a run then he hoses off with a cold shower JUST FOR FUN.
His legendary Death Race has taken the strongest human specimens and ground them to powder.
I’ve heard that Chuck Norris has a Joe De Sena lunch box. Continue Reading →
In this interview you will hear him throw down tips on how runners can build muscular strength, obstacle racing mania, common mistakes he sees new runners make, nutritional misinformation, fueling for endurance, meditation, elevation training, chocolate milk, eating fruit post-exercise, drinking craft beer, and more!
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Greg Cheek is a motivational speaker, cancer survivor, and marathoner. He trained with us for his first full marathon a few years ago. We are so proud of his progress!
All favorite movies of mine.
As a kid I watched The Goonies a dozen times or more. I thought it was a true story. It’s not.
But what is a true story is how Sean has used running to recalibrate his health and fitness and reach greater levels of success.
In this interview you will hear all about Sean’s genesis as a runner, favorite running stories, and future marathon goals.
SPOILER ALERT: He’s working on a 50 State goal.
Rewind to 2011.
We just finished the Little Rock Marathon in Little Rock, Arkansas, our first race recap episode. This was my first half marathon. I was previously a total non-runner, desk potato.
Angie was building her fitness back after having a baby. Angie’s sister Autum Danzer (now Autum Haley) joined us to talk about running her first marathon and how it changed her life. The MTA podcast was only 32 episodes old.
Now I invite you to take a pictorial journey with us from that moment to this. And remember . . . Continue Reading →
His most recent accomplishment was setting a new indoor 50k World Record at the Hawk Indoor 50k in Hagerstown, MD, finishing 250 laps in 3 hours, 6 minutes and 7 seconds. Continue Reading →
Dave lost 100 pounds without counting calories or excessive exercise, used techniques to upgrade his brain by more than 20 IQ points, and lowered his biological age while learning to sleep more efficiently in less time.
You might remember that we were featured in a list of top health and fitness podcasts compiled by Greatist.com.
Now the story has been republished by huffingtonpost.com. Take a look.
Our thanks to the folks at Greatist and Huff Post for including our show along with these terrific podcasts!