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Marathon Monday, Boston Marathon, Meme, 2019 Boston Marathon Meme

QT: 2019 Boston Marathon Takeaways/Lessons Learned


How did you spend Marathon Monday 2019?

Marathon Monday, Boston Marathon, Meme, 2019 Boston Marathon Meme

If you’re at all like me, you made sure that you were streaming the race on Monday while you were “working”.

Watching the elites do their thing is always a mixed bag for me.

On one hand, it’s obviously awesome just watching what they are capable of doing over 26.2 miles.

On another hand, it’s a little disheartening how easy they make it look to run at ~5-minute pace mile after mile.

But perhaps the best thing about watching the Boston Marathon is being able to (hopefully!) learn a few things from the elites that will help me improve my own running. Read more

Chris Wehrman Can Help Anyone Run Better Through The Use Of An App


My guest today has experienced a lot of success in running with two Olympic qualifying times, three 2nd place marathon finishes and numerous wins at shorter distances.

Through coaching and the development of a new app this runner turned entrepreneur is doing his best to help runners in the pursuit of their running goals.

Chris Wehrman

I am excited to go a few easy miles with Chris Wehrman as we dive into how this app can help make preparing for some big races a bit easier.

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Tayte Pollmann is Working to Create a More Accessible Trail Community


Today’s guest is someone that has represented the United States in the last few years and has both individual and team medals to show for his efforts.

Tayte Pollmann Taking in the Views Mid-Run

His strong performances have earned him a spot as a professional trail runner on the Nike Trail Team.

I look forward to trying to keep up with Tayte Pollmann for a few miles today.

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Emily Harrison

Emily Harrison Continues to Grow as an Elite Ultra Runner (Best Of)


Emily Harrison is hands down one of the best ultra runners in the world.

Emily Harrison

Emily Harrison Photo Credit: Kristin Wilson

From the time she started running in middle school, she’s always tended excel at the longer distances. As a professional, she continues to excel at the longer distances. Currently, she’s most comfortable in the 50 mile range, but who knows what the future holds in terms of running even longer distances.

During my chat with Emily we talked about her running career to date, continuing to learn about what it takes to run longer distances, the atmosphere surrounded an event like the Olympic Trials, and a whole lot more.

“Consistency, in my mind, is more important than being able to hit a training cycle hard and then being injured or burnt out.” ~Emily Harrison

Here are some of the highlights from my chat with Emily Harrison

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Stephanie Pezzulo

Stephanie Pezzullo Wasn’t Much of a Runner Until She Turned Pro


Today I’m running a few easy miles with a runner that has grown accustomed to being at the front of the pack.

Stephanie Pezzulo

Stephanie Pezzulo

Stephanie “Pezz” Pezzullo is a former elite runner but she didn’t even start running competively until after her days as a soccer star at Penn State. Read more