We interviewed Ed about his world records, training, and philosophy of life on MTA podcast episode 195. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ed’s family. He was truly an inspiration to the entire running world!
We decided to throw in an extra month free of charge . . . because six months are better than five!
Now we want to offer you the same opportunity to get this holiday deal . . . Continue Reading →
Meb shares his experience at the Rio Olympics and his marathon training and
race day secrets – a must for anyone running a fall race!
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Meet up with Angie and Trevor and other MTA runners at the Starbucks near the Brandenburg Gate on the Saturday before the Berlin Marathon!
- Date: September 24th (the day before the marathon)
- Location: Starbucks Coffee at Pariser Platz 4A, 10117 Berlin, Germany
- Time: 2:00 pm local time
This Starbucks is close to the Brandenburg Gate and the start/finish area of the marathon so we might grab a drink and walk around the plaza as a group. Link to the Facebook Event. Please let us know if you plan to attend.
You can hear us on episode #15 of The Runner’s World Show talking with host David Willey about the marathon as a “beautiful struggle” (Angie’s words), our running stories, and tips for beginning marathoners.
Big thanks to David and his team who are doing great as new podcasters!
We will be podcasting and taking care of business from the road inbetween running, hiking, and eating Mexican food.
Here’s where we’ve been so far . . . Continue Reading →
I call it that because our camper is a Gulf Stream Conquest and Angie thinks I overuse the word epic, which makes me want to use it more haha.
Our plans (conquest goals) are to see family, run races, visit national parks and make amazing memories for our kids! Continue Reading →
My first time volunteering meant more than cutting up fruit and handing out water during a race supporting cancer research.
Billy. Paul. Bob.
They are among the millions of Americans who have succumbed to cancer. Each of my aforementioned friends was taken way too soon. Of those three, only Bob would live long enough to ever meet his grandchildren. The others passed well before what we would consider middle age.
Those whose lives have been ravaged by cancer were on my mind a few Saturdays ago as I volunteered at The Purdue Challenge, a 5K run-walk which benefits cancer research at the university. Continue Reading →
You can hear Angie Spencer talk about her running story and coaching philosophy with Jennifer Knectch host of the FSL Modern Podcast.
She answers questions about injury prevention, motivation and more. Click here to listen.
Keep calm and marath-on!
Here’s a story about MTA that ran in our town’s newspaper last Sunday. Our thanks to reporter Leonna Heuring and The Sikeston Standard Democrat for featuring us (well, mostly Angie). If you’re interested in reading the story I have a pdf version of page one here and page two here. Open and scroll to bottom of page.
We hope you stay healthy this holiday season. Thanks for being a loyal blog reader. Warm wishes. -Trevor, Angie, and boys.
We just finished the Des Moines Marathon & Half Marathon in the great mid-western state of Iowa.