1 Interview with Alexi Pappas -Olympic Runner and Filmmaker2019-05-22 01:27:27
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2 The London Marathon Race Recap2019-05-12 04:23:53
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3 To Be A Runner -Interview with Martin Dugard2019-04-30 23:40:56
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4 Inspiring Stories From This Year’s Boston Marathon2019-04-21 05:45:11
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5 A Look at How We Are Training for Our Next Marathon2019-04-12 03:51:28
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6 Run the Mile You’re In! Interview with Ryan Hall2019-04-01 04:17:35
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7 Finding the Joy in Running2019-03-21 23:18:30
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8 Interview with Fitness Expert Ben Greenfield2019-03-12 04:25:38
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9 Race Recap: Angie Tries to Race Walk a Marathon2019-03-03 06:41:59
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10 The World Marathon Majors -The 6 Largest Marathons on Earth2019-02-22 02:54:57
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11 Meb Keflezighi -Live Podcast Interview!2019-02-12 03:39:21
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12 How to Use Suffering to Your Advantage as a Runner2019-01-31 04:59:51
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13 Taking Action and Setting Big Goals in Running and Life!2019-01-20 06:47:05
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14 Year in Review: The Historic, Unbelievable, and Inspirational Running Stories of 20182019-01-11 05:22:31
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15 Unraveling the Mystery of Your Metabolism2019-01-01 04:25:33
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16 Happy Holidays from MTA + A Quick Word of Thanks2018-12-23 16:25:54
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17 Finding Your “WHY” as a Long Distance Runner2018-12-12 04:38:51
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18 Interview with Pete Kostelnick, Self-Supported Run from Alaska to Florida!2018-12-01 04:11:39
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19 Smart Pacing Strategies in the Marathon2018-11-21 03:04:24
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Smart Pacing Strategies in the Marathon

In this episode we discuss smart pacing strategies with Coach Steve Waldon -one of our coaches here at MTA and a 3:30 pacer at the New York City Marathon. You will hear how to establish goals, the tricks to pacing (tools and tips), how to adjust mid-race, and how to get through the tough later miles! Smart Pacing Strategies in the Marathon with Special Guest Steve Waldon Coach Steve Waldon is a RRCA Certified Running Coach and a 3:30 pacer at the New York City Marathon. He’s a 2:53 marathoner with over 25 marathon finishes, nine 50 mile finishes, and two 100Ks. He also completed the Atacama Desert Crossing -155 mile self-supported stage race. Topics/Questions Covered in this Discussion Common mistakes people make. Choosing an appropriate pace. What if you start out too fast? Adjusting Mid-Race. The reliability of our GPS watches. What to do in the later miles? What about run/walkers? What does it take to become a pacer at NYC Marathon? Also Mentioned in This Episode NuNeeShop.com. Don’t let knee pain keep you from completing your long runs, or worse, sideline you altogether. Let NuNee help you get back to running without knee pain. Use code MTA30 for a 30% discount. Audible.com. Right now, for a limited time, you can get 3 months of Audible for just $6.95 a month Text MTA to 500 500. Action Heat -makes the world’s best heated clothing, like Heated jackets, socks, gloves, hats, and more. Save 20% off your order when you go to www.actionheat.com/MTA Pace Bands -here are some websites for finding both free and paid pace bands. Races2Remember Runbundle http://pacebands.3dcartstores.com/ The post Smart Pacing Strategies in the Marathon appeared first on Marathon Training Academy. …read more

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