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Coaches Lisa Levin and Julie Sapper provide tips and tricks for running farther, faster, and stronger. After running the Boston Marathon 31 times collectively, Julie and Lisa, along with weekly guests, provide advice for training and racing. While specific to Boston, this podcast is appropriate for runners of all levels and ages.
 
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We are so excited to welcome the amazing Heather Knight Pech back to the podcast. Check out Episode 72 to hear our first conversation with Heather. Heather, at age 60, won the 60 to 64 age group division at the 2022 Boston Marathon in a time of 3:03, and broke Joan Benoit Samuelson's 60 to 64 age group record. In this episode, Heather shares how sh…
 
At age 57 and after over three decades of breaking personal records, Lisa Veneziano continues to defy the odds as a masters runner. Most recently, at the 2022 Boston Marathon (her 17th Boston), Lisa won her age group (55 to 59) in a time of 3:03. Just six months earlier, Lisa ran 2:58 at the 2021 Boston Marathon and 2:56 at the Philadelphia Maratho…
 
The New York Times recently covered Markelle Taylor's story after he ran a 2:52 marathon in Boston at age 49, just one week after he was released from parole after serving an 18 year prison sentence in San Quentin State Prison in Northern California. We reached out to Markelle, who graciously agreed to come on our podcast and share his journey from…
 
We so enjoyed recording this episode before a live audience at the PRX Podcast Garage in Boston with Strides Forward Host, Cherie Turner! About the featured guests: Marilyn Bevans is a pioneer in US women’s marathoning. In the 1970s, she became the first nationally competitive American-born Black woman marathon runner in the US, and she is the firs…
 
We are back from a memorable Boston Marathon weekend and share all of the details, including race recaps for both of us. Being back in Boston in April was truly magical. We hope you enjoy our (long) recap.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message
 
Boston on Patriots’ Day is back, baby, and we could not be more excited! In addition to meeting up with our runners and listeners at our Boston shake-out run on Sunday 4/17 at 9 am (Brewer Fountain in the Commons), we are so excited to run the race on this historical day again! Before we run, we must taper and fuel, and while we run, we must execut…
 
When we wanted to find some guidance for advising our runners on the best way to return to running after Covid, we turned to the American College of Cardiology Return to Sport after Covid Guidelines, co-authored by our guest, Dr. Jonathan Kim, an Atlanta-base sports cardiologist. While certainly vaccinations have changed the Covid landscape, vaccin…
 
We were honored to speak with Boston Marathon pioneer, Valerie (Val) Rogosheske, who is one of the original eight women finishers from the first official women’s field in 1972. Val, a Minnesota native, placed in the top ten at the Boston Marathon three times, taking sixth in 1972 (4:29:32), ninth in 1973 (3:51:12), and eighth in 1974 (3:09:38). The…
 
We welcomed Boston Race Director, Dave McGillivray, back to the podcast for a FOURTH time to update us on this year's Boston Marathon, which will be the first April Boston Marathon since 2019. In addition to celebrating the 50th anniversary of women officially running Boston, Dave will be partaking in another 50th anniversary this year--his own run…
 
In this episode, we welcomed for the second time our dear friend and top physical therapist and running coach, Rachel Miller, owner of ProAction Physical Therapy, who gives a ton of solid advice on managing those little pains and niggles one month before race day. No one has a perfect training cycle, and Rachel shares how we can save our season (an…
 
With six weeks to go, we decided to record a coaching episode during which we share all of the things we can do right now to maximize our race experience, including key workouts, setting goals (other than PRs), and managing injury and setbacks. Please leave us a five star review on wherever you get your podcasts. This helps other listeners find us.…
 
After speaking with Skid Row Running Club member, Angel Salgado on Episode 118, we were thrilled to welcome Skid Row Running Club founder, Judge Craig Mitchell. Judge Mitchell started the Skid Row Running Club in 2012 after a man he had previously sentenced to prison, Roderick Brown, contacted him after his release to introduce him to the Midnight …
 
After sharing some Boston training tips, we welcomed Mark Buciak to the podcast! Mark is seriously THE GOAT of consecutive Boston Marathons. In fact, Mark has run 42 consecutive Boston Marathons (he's only 61), with a PR of 2:30. Mark is the vice president of the Boston Marathon Quarter Century Club, an exclusive club for those who have completed a…
 
What a treat to speak with registered sports dietitian and two-time Olympic Trials Qualifier, Kelsey Beckmann Pontius, RD! Kelsey is the owner of Meteor Nutrition (www.meteornutrition.com) through which she provides nutrition services to runners of all levels. Kelsey grew up playing competitive soccer, and eventually ended her career as a D1 soccer…
 
The moving documentary, Skid Row Marathon (https://skidrowmarathon.com/), features the true story about Los Angeles Judge Craig Mitchell's Skid Row Running Club in Los Angeles, Judge Mitchell meets runners for early morning training runs that start from the Midnight Mission, a shelter that provides services to build a bridge between homelessness an…
 
We so enjoyed talking with Karen Dunn, who qualified for the Olympic Trials at 43 years old, just five years after running her very first marathon in 2017. We loved hearing Karen's story, including running as an elite in Boston 2018--and who she sat on the bus with on the way to Hopkinton--reaching her ultimate goal, a 2:43 marathon at Chicago, and…
 
Recently, the Boston Athletic Association announced a robust and very impressive professional women's field for 2022. The list of women running the Boston Marathon this April includes many familiar names--- Molly Seidel, Des Linden, Edna Kiplagat, Nell Rojas, Sara Hall, Kellyn Taylor, and Stephanie Bruce---and several super impressive masters women…
 
After discussing the impact of Keira D’Amato and Sara Hall’s record breaking performances at the Houston Marathon, we welcomed one of the top Boston Marathon and triathlon coaches, Tony Rich, to provide tips on the training and execution of the Boston Marathon. Tony is a USAT Level II Certified Coach, Certified IRONMAN Coach, a USA Cycling Level 3 …
 
We are back for another season! Happy 2022! This season, we will be focusing on the Boston Marathon in April--Our first April Boston Marathon since 2019, which was our first season! In this episode, we talk about our rocky start to training and offer tips for those who are also navigating an unpredictable start to a new training cycle. We also shar…
 
After recapping 2021, We share how we can all set ourselves up for successful running and racing in 2022 by drowning out all of the noise and focusing on FUNDAMENTALS. Topics include fueling, pacing practice, the how, why, and when of speed work, and why fancy new products and services are often rooted in fancy marketing. Warning--we don't hold bac…
 
After recapping the last few weeks and announcing the winner of our Favorite Things giveaway, we had the pleasure of welcoming dedicated race director and Rehoboth Running Company owner, Mary Beth Hutton, who managed to pull off a nearly flawless 2021 Rehoboth Seashore Marathon and Half Marathon. Mary Beth shares how and why she created this very s…
 
Meet the incredible Joe Drake. Like Shalane, Joe, at age 60, crossed the NYC Marathon finish line after completing his fifth World Marathon Major (plus a virtual Tokyo) in seven weeks. Joe decided to pursue this goal because (not in spite of) of his Parkinson’s Disease. Joe shares how his diagnosis in 2018 transformed him from an “everyday runner” …
 
We don’t have a car to give away, like Oprah, but we do have a list, like Oprah, of our Favorite Running-Related Things for 2021 and a special prize to give away! Listen before 12/1 and enter to win. We hope that you enjoy this list as much as we enjoyed creating it. For a full list with links to the items we mentioned, check out this list (https:/…
 
Kellie Redmond, cross country coach, owner of T.E.A.M. FIT, the Run Farther & Faster strength training coach, accomplished runner, and the picture of health shared her harrowing health journey over the last few months. Kellie’s generously shared her health odyssey with us, which will undoubtedly help others who may or have already experienced simil…
 
WOW Dr. Bill Johncock is just incredible! Bill is a podiatrist in Hickory, North Carolina, and a father of three, including Logan, who is 23 and was born with Angelman Syndrome. Bill, who is 57 and a six-time Boston Marathoner, shares how he ran his first Boston Marathon at age 19 with his then 55 year-old father and then went on to run over 100 ma…
 
After sharing our post-Boston Marathon recovery experiences, we talked about whether and and when it's appropriate to run another marathon in the same training cycle. After reviewing the factors one should consider when making the decision to run a second marathon in the same cycle, Lisa talks with one of our clients, Caetlin, who successfully ran …
 
We ran, we conquered, we sore. We enjoyed recapping the rest of our Boston 2021 weekend, including our race experiences—Lisa finishing in 3:24 and Julie finishing in 3:46. We are so grateful to be back. Thanks for our newest sponsor, RunMitts (www.runmitts.com). Use the code RFFR10 for 10 percent off any order. Thank you to our additional sponsors,…
 
We are in Boston and wanted to share some Saturday highlights, including logistics and advice as we head into race day. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/runfartherandfaster/message
 
With five World Marathon Majors and countless other races this fall, we thought that we could all use some tips on strengthening and using our mental muscle on race day. We decided to release this episode earlier in the week so that all who are running Boston and Chicago this weekend will have time to listen and benefit from this episode. We were d…
 
In this episode, we share tips for a successful race taper and race execution at the 2021 Boston Marathon. If you are running Boston, you don’t want to miss these key tips! Join us for our pre-race meet up at Boston Common in front of Brewer Fountain on Sunday, 10/10, at 9 am! Thanks for our newest sponsor, RunMitts (www.runmitts.com). Use the code…
 
The Boston Marathon is just over two weeks away…along with Chicago and countless other races. On this week’s episode, we talk about tapering for a big goal marathon…after having not run any marathons for 18 months (!!). We are truly all In this together, and if you are extra anxious about revisiting the start line after a long hiatus, you are not a…
 
At 20 years old, Matt Rodjom, while attending college and running on his college XC team, began gradually losing his central vision. Eventually, doctors diagnosed Matt with Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy, which only allows Matt to see peripherally. Over the next several months Matt lost his central vision, but he did not lose his determination…
 
Thank you for helping us reach 100! In honor of this milestone, we interviewed each other. Hear about our favorite guests, pet peeves, joys, and what we’ve learned from podcasting and coaching. Here's to the next 100. Lastly, check out our personalized coaching! Head over to our website (www.runfartherandfaster.com). Follow us on social media @runf…
 
On April 15, 2013, Heather Abbott’s life changed forever while spectating the Boston Marathon. After three surgeries in four days, Heather made the decision to allow doctors to amputate her left leg below the knee. With the support of her family, friends, medical professionals, and fellow amputees, Heather now lives a full and active life. While ge…
 
What a thrill to speak with 1985 Boston Marathon winner, Lisa Rainsberger! Lisa shares this accomplishment with only two other American women, Joan Benoit Samuelson and Des Linden. Lisa also competed in four Olympic Marathon Trials (1984, 1988, 1992, and 1996) during which she placed fourth, missing a spot in the Olympic games. For some, this would…
 
Thanks for indulging us this week and allowing us to discuss Simone Biles' decision to exit the Olympics to address her health issues. While this is a running, not gymnastics, podcast, Simone's example transcends into all sports. We decided to take the opportunity to talk about what we can learn rom her decision and how we can do better as coaches …
 
We had the pleasure of interviewing Jill Colangelo (www.jillcolangelo.com), a recent graduate of Harvard University Extension School, who spent her academic career researching and writing a thesis (Colangelo, Jill Ann. 2020. Prevalence and Type of Psychopathology in Ultra Endurance Athletes. Master's thesis, Harvard University Division of Continuin…
 
Following a conversation about taking care of ourselves as we train for our fall races, we welcomed back the GOAT of sports nutrition, Nancy Clark, MS, RD, CSSD to the podcast. We recorded this episode as a Q & A with our Boston Marathon Training Group last week, and Nancy's advice is truly invaluable. Nancy is a sports dietitian who practices out …
 
In Part 2 and this month's coaching episode, we share the lessons that we've learned from our Boston Marathon experiences, including pacing, fueling, goal setting, and more. Whether you are training for Boston or any fall race, these tips will help set you up for training and racing success.If you have specific questions, feel free to reach out to …
 
We are back after a two week break to bring you an interview with Boston Race Director, Dave McGillivray, who shares plenty of details regarding the planning and logistics for Boston 2021 and what he projects for Boston 2022. As always, Dave offers a lot of insight and information for all runners. Thanks to our newest sponsor, Soupergirl! Enter RUN…
 
In Part 1 of this month's coaching episode, we share the lessons that we've learned from our Boston Marathon experiences, including speed work, pacing, fueling, goal setting, and more. Whether you are training for Boston or any fall race, these tips will help set you up for training and racing success.If you have specific questions, feel free to re…
 
Following our catch-up for the week, we were so thrilled to welcome rock star runner, mom, teacher, and Hyland's Ambassador, Kim Van Acker. Kim shares her journey on how she started running after college with Black Girls Run, decided to run a marathon in 2014 and then shaved 30 minutes off her first marathon to qualify for Boston in 2016. Kim used …
 
In this episode, we provide tips for achieving an injury free and productive training cycle. Now that races are returning this fall, runners are eager to jump back into training. Before doing so, check out our tips to ensure a healthy, happy, and productive training cycle. Following our conversation, we welcomed, for second time to the show, Heathe…
 
If you like fitness and live in the DC area, chances are you've either taken or heard about Jenn Blackburn's classes. Jenn is one of the most talented fitness gurus in the country--no exaggeration--and, as a result, she was for the last six years, the area fitness manager for Equinox, her dream job. When the pandemic hit, Jenn left her dream job, r…
 
This week we welcomed Abby Langer, RD. Abby is an outspoken proponent of evidence-based nutrition, who has no tolerance for misinformation. Abby has devoted her career to breaking down dietary myths and challenging those who disseminate false nutrition and weight loss advice. In this conversation, Abby dives into nutrition myths, negative core valu…
 
Well folks... over 9,000 runners were shut out of Boston 2021, including past podcast guest, Conroy Zien, a 3:18 marathoner who just missed the 7:47 cutoff. We caught up with Conroy, who generously and openly shared his disappointment, frustration, and hope for 2022. Conroy’s words will resonate with so many, particularly those who missed a goal du…
 
Dr. Michael Crawley spent fifteen months living in Ethiopia, where he trained with the country's top runners. Michael, a 2:20 marathoner and anthropologist, combined his passions for research and running to learn and write on the training methods in Ethiopia that make champions. This is a fascinating conversation with so many takeaways that we can …
 
In this episode, we had the honor and pleasure to speak with two-time author and mental health advocate, Rachel Ann Cullen. Rachel shares how running helped her navigate bipolar disorder, depression, an abusive relationship, and body dysmorphia. She shares why she decided to run her first marathon, the London Marathon, seven months after she gave b…
 
This week, we had a candid conversation with each other and then with registered sports dietitian, Amy Goldsmith, founder of Kindred Nutrition about the weight of weight. As runners, we often feel that we need to look a certain way or be a certain weight to run faster, and, in an effort to change our body composition, we find ourselves in a pattern…
 
This week, we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Meeta Singh, a psychiatrist and sleep medicine specialist from the Henry Ford Sleep Disorder Center. Dr. Singh shares why sleep is an essential component for peak performance and why we all need to prioritize quality sleep. Dr. Singh has served as a consultant for multiple NFL, MLB, NHL, and NBA teams, incl…
 
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