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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 32 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 thrilled to introduce Alexandra (Ali) Niles, a masters runner who will be toeing the line in the Professional Women's Field at the 2024 Boston Marathon. Ali, a former competitive college gymnast who is now a gymnastics coach, started running in her 20's after college. Ali quickly fell in love with running and hired coach Tom Fleming, a le…
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We so enjoyed talking with Lauren Proshan, the Chief of Race Operations and Production ("CROP") for the Boston Athletic Association, on all things Boston Marathon, including logistics, the expo, and a few exciting changes to race weekend. Lauren has served as the Director of Operations at the Boston Athletic Association since October 2018. She is l…
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Gina Rouse, a 44 year-old mom of three in Knoxville, just ran her lifetime marathon PR at CIM 2023 in a time of 2:37:10! Gina's next race will be the 2024 Boston Marathon--her fifth--where she will be running once again in the professional field. Gina started running in middle school and became a Tennessee state high school champ. She then ran for …
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After some Olympic Marathon Trials recapping, we welcomed sports psychologist, Dr. Shira A. Oretzky, Ph.D., CMPC. Dr. Oretzky has dedicated her career to helping elite athletes develop a high-performance mindset and well-being strategies to reach their full potential. She is the co-founder of MindEdge Sport and Performance Consulting, where she spe…
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For many runners, becoming a masters runner provides a new opportunity to qualify and run Boston. Even though so many runners become faster as a master, there are some specific tweaks runners can do as a masters runners (or runner of any age) to maximize training and minimize chances of injury. We discuss how to make tweaks now in training, recover…
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Liz Camy ran her first marathon in 2007 in 4:08, and she hated it. Fast forward to 2024, she is now a 2:42 marathoner and, at age 40, will be running the 2024 Boston Marathon in the Professional Women's Field. In this episode, Liz shares her 25-year running journey--from high school and collegiate runner to masters runner-- including how she has be…
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After discussing a few early season important training tips to prepare for the Boston Marathon, we welcomed strength training coach, Lauren Bearnarth, owner of Sunny & Lauren's (www.sunnyandlaurens.com), who has been working with runners of all levels over the last decade with great success. If you've caught any of Julie's ACL recovery reels over t…
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Happy 2024 and thank you for sticking with us for year FIVE of our podcast! We cannot believe that we started this adventure in 2019! To kick off our new season, Julie interviews Lisa, who just returned from the Pan American Maccabi Games In Argentina, where she won two gold medals in the cycling and half marathon events. Lisa details all of her ad…
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Julie spoke with Josh Trzeciak, of ProAction Physical Therapy, who has been working with Julie throughout her ACL recovery. Josh earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh and as a D1 athlete, ran cross country and track for Pitt. Josh was also a two time Maryland state champion in track and field while competing for Wo…
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Lisa shares all of the details behind her one "hill" of a performance at CIM. Lisa shares the highs and lows of CIM race experience, along with critical race execution tips for those who want to run this marathon in the future. Could you do us a favor? We would love another review on Apple Podcasts (or whatever platform you use to listen) before 20…
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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 2023. We hope that you enjoy this list as much as we enjoyed creating it. For a full list with links and discount codes to the items we mentioned, check out this link: https://linktr.ee/RunfartherandfasterFor more information …
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Thanks to all who have been with us since 2009, our very first year! In this episode we discuss the habits of highly successful marathoners and Julie provides an update after celebrating her one year ACL anniversary. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/runfartherandfaster/message…
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WOW. It's been a WEEK. We are excited to welcome Mental Performance Consultant, Carrie Jackson, the co-author (with previous podcast guest, Cindy Kuzma), of Rebound, who shares her tips on managing stress and challenges in running and beyond. We hope that runners and non-runners find this conversational helpful.Here's a little about Carrie:Carrie h…
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During our last episode, Lisa recapped her Chicago Marathon weekend, including her conversation at BWI Airport with members of the US Naval Academy Marathon Club, who were heading to Chicago to run the marathon. While talking with Lisa, the midshipmen runners mentioned their coach, “Coach Nate,” and Lisa immediately saw firsthand the respect and lo…
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Lisa shares her amazing weekend and incredible performance in Chicago! She shares how she pulled it off and some tips for those running the Abbott World Marathon Majors Age Group Championships—hint: don’t do it in Chicago. We have a sponsor for this episode, Lagoon, a customized pillow that we are both using enthusiastically. Check out Lagoon at ht…
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We interrupt our regularly scheduled program this week to discuss the big reveal—the Boston Marathon announced that only qualified runners who ran 5 minutes and 29 seconds faster than their qualifying time were accepted. We discuss the why, what, and who of this. We also share our thoughts on how to improve the current selection process. Please joi…
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We are beyond excited to release this episode with Brad Stulberg, who just wrote the (already) bestseller, Master of Change. Brad researches, writes, and coaches on mental health, well-being, and sustainable excellence. He is also the bestselling author of The Practice of Groundedness. He regularly contributes to the New York Times and his work has…
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The title of this episode sums it up. After coaching for 14 years, we frequently see patterns, many of which are positive, but some are negative and, as a result, hinder runners’ ability to improve and most importantly stay healthy! We discuss five common patterns— without judgment—just observation—that we see, how to identify them, and ways to bre…
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Crazy story—while we were recording our episode last week and updating our listeners on Julie’s ACL recovery, we received an email from Dr. Kevin Stone, a world-renowned orthopedic surgeon and expert in sports medicine and orthopedics, who specializes in finding ways to treat injuries in addition to or as an alternative to surgery. In this episode,…
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After tearing her ACL by not running (go figure) and undergoing surgery in December, Julie shares an update on her recovery eight months later. We have a sponsor for this episode, Lagoon, a customized pillow that we are both using enthusiastically. Check out Lagoon at https://lagoonsleep.com/pages/run-farther-faster-and-lagoon Use the code RFF for …
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Last month, Jonathan Ladson, also known as Fogell Mcloving, ran the entire 91 miles of the DC area Beltway in just under 18 hours which beat the previous fastest known time (FKT) set by Michael Wardian. If that wasn’t enough, just in 2023, Fogell set a 2:36 marathon PR at Boston, followed by a fourth-place finish at Big Sur two weeks later, and a s…
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Yes-small adjustments in training can lead to big performance breakthroughs on race day! In this episode, we share the small changes that runners of all levels can make right now to gain more from training and ultimately improve race performance. Thanks to our sponsor for this episode, Lagoon, a customized pillow that we are both using enthusiastic…
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Melody Fairchild, one of America’s fastest high school runners, shares her journey from high school record-setting phenom to empowering youth coach. Melody, the director of the Boulder Mountain Warriors Youth Running Club, shares her comprehensive approach to running and life, particularly for adolescent girls. Melody is also the author of “Girls R…
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We are diving into a topic over the next few episodes that is near and dear to us—youth athletics. To kick off this series, we welcomed back Amy Goldsmith, RD, who treats hundreds of teen athletes in her practice, Kindred Nutrition. In this episode, we discuss some of the problems in youth sports and Amy provides some concrete solutions on how adul…
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We are back after a few weeks off to take a breather and enjoy some time relaxing—who are we kidding—we were overwhelmed by June madness like so many and just didn’t have time to record!! To kick off our next season, we welcomed local running legend, Harold Rosen, who just ran a 27 minute 5K at age 80! Harold, who can be found on a podium winning h…
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In this coaching episode, we provide essential tips for ensuring that your summer training leads to fall gains. Topics include: setting appropriate goals, pacing for heat and humidity, fueling in the summer months, fitting in training while navigating summer travel and schedules, and ways to find joy in running.We also announce the winner of this m…
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Kelly Scherf, who we refer to as the shoe whisperer, is back to share the ins and outs of super shoes. Kelly is the apparel buyer for RnJ Sports and a seasoned runner and coach. Kelly has been providing fittings for runners of all levels, from elite to very beginner, for over 20 years. In this conversation, we talk super shoes, including what defin…
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Christine Yu is an award-winning journalist who covers the intersection of sports, science, and women's health. She is a regular contributor for Runner's World, Women's Running, Self, Outside Magazine, The Washington Post, and ESPNW. Christine’s first book, UP TO SPEED: the Groundbreaking Science of Women Athletes, will be released on May 16th (pre…
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We are so thrilled to welcome Rick Hoyt, and his brother, Russ, both of whom are the children of Dick Hoyt. Dick, who passed away at age 80 in 2021, and his son, Rick, are the dynamic duo known as Team Hoyt that competed together in various athletic endeavors, including 72 marathons and six Ironman triathlons. Rick and his father ran the Boston Mar…
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After a whirlwind weekend of events, a live show, meeting and reuniting with our runners, and, oh yeah, running, we sat down and recapped our Boston 2023 experience. Each year is memorable, and this year was no exception. We hope that you enjoy this conversation as much as we did recording it!We are already counting down the days until next year.Li…
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What an honor to co-host a panel of pioneering women with Cherie Louise Turner of Women’s Running Stories. A huge thank you to these fabulous pioneer women for continuing to share their knowledge and stories! All three women on the panel were among the best in the world during their running careers and helped lay the foundation for women’s marathon…
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With less than two weeks until the 2023 Boston Marathon, we share our A to Z tips for a successful taper. We also welcomed Julie's husband, Darren, who spectated seven Boston Marathons with kids of all ages/stages between 2007 and 2022. Darren provides excellent tips for a successful specatating experience. Lisa also shares details about her Cherry…
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What an incredible honor to talk with one of our running she-roes, Alisa Harvey! Alisa, a National Black Distance Running Hall of Fame inductee who was featured in the documentary, Breaking Three, shares her journey from high school track star to professional athlete, to master athlete, which propelled her to a lifetime of accomplishments! To name …
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We are so excited to announce an exciting event with Cherie Louise Turner! Cherie is the host of the Women’s Running Stories (formerly Strides Forward) (@womensrunningstories) Podcast, and we are so excited to collaborate with her again this year! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/runfartherandfaster/message…
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In this episode, we welcomed for the THIRD 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 and why taking some time off will NOT derail your performance. No one has a perfect tra…
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Contrary to popular opinion, you can run your best race at Boston, provided that you prepare and execute with the right plan (and in decent weather conditions, of course). In this episode, we share a step by step plan on how to train and race for a PR on this storied course. Don’t forget to leave a review and/or share this episode. Thanks for liste…
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Denver-based clinical sports psychologist, Dr. Justin Ross, helps athletes all over the world develop high skills aimed at peak performance. In this episode, Justin provides tips for scenarios that runners experience while training and racing, including overcoming pre-race and performance anxiety, negative thoughts after a workout or race, fear of …
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We welcomed registered sports dietitian and two-time Olympic Trials Qualifier, Kelsey Beckmann Pontius, back to the podcast. In this episode Kelsey maps out a fueling blueprint for Boston that can also be used for any marathon. Nutrition is the one element of our training that we can control, so why not optimize it now?! Kelsey is the owner of Mete…
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We've been following Shawanna White's running trajectory for years on Instagram, and we were so thrilled to finally meet her in person! Shawanna was one of the nine amazing women featured in the documentary, Breaking Three Hours: Trailblazing African-American Women Marathoners, and holds the record for the most sub three-hour marathons for United S…
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Our guest this week, the amazing April Lund, shared her incredible journey from addict to elite runner in just a few years. April, age 41, recently won the Masters women's race at the USATF Cross Country Championships and will represent the United States with Ben Bruce on 2/19 at the World Masters Athletics Short Course Cross Country Championships …
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After watching the documentary, Breaking Three Hours: Trailblazing African-American Women Marathoners, we were thrilled to welcome the creator, Tony Reed, who is the founder of the National Black Marathoners Association (NBMA). The NBMA is the country's oldest and largest, not-for-profit organization of Black American distance runners. The objectiv…
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While there are no shortcuts in training, there are efficiencies to help you save time and train just as well. In this episode, we share ten training hacks that will allow you to fit it all in, even when you are short on time (and energy). We have a favor to ask you--could you leave us a five star review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen? He…
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After learning about 3 x Boston Marathoner, Justine Galloway’s journey on the Today Show, we had to reach out to se if she would share her story on the podcast. We are so grateful that Justine agreed to do so! Justine, a former runner for Rutgers University and a 3:16 marathoner, was diagnosed with Runner’s Dystonia at age 31 after suddenly not bei…
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We are kicking off the Boston Marathon 2023 training cycle by busting popular marathon training myths to help you run your best Boston or spring marathon! If you are seeking coaching for the Boston Marathon, check out our group (virtual) coaching program. We also continue to offer individual coaching. Check out our website, social media, or email u…
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After Julie provided a post-surgery update, we welcomed the amazing Lanae Brody, a Los Angeles-based reporter whose ACL journey was featured in People Magazine recently. Lanae shares how she tore her ACL, endured multiple surgeries, and ultimately became a marathoner and Team for Kids Champion. Lanae can be found on Instagram @lanaebrody (www.insta…
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We welcomed author and former collegiate runner, Emily Pifer, to the podcast this week. Emily shares more about her new memoir, The Running Body, which is her story of addiction, image, and healing, through the lens of a long-distance runner. In her book, Emily describes how, during her time as a collegiate distance runner, she began to run more wh…
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In this episode, Lisa interviews Julie, who shares some tough news. The audio in this episode is a little rough in a few spots, so please forgive us. Thanks for listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/runfartherandfaster/message
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We were so thrilled to welcome past podcast guest, Maegan Krifchin, who defied the odds and ran NYC, Philly, and CIM within the same month, culminating with a PR of 2:29:20 at CIM. Maegan shares how she and her coach, Amy Yoder Begley, approached her recovery and training, how she dealt with disappointment during NYC, and how her injury played a ro…
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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 2022 . 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 link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10oFUpJAwp3LfnxBZqiG7F4Ft0A0pJmcA/viewFor mo…
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What a pleasure to talk with CNN anchor and correspondent, Ana Cabrera, who ran the 2022 NYC Marathon in 2:57. Ana shares details about her training, balancing family and career with her running, and how running served as a gateway to her education and eventual career path. In addition to being a talented runner and journalist, Ana is a philanthrop…
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