Marathon Success Requires Passion - 2:47 Marathoner Meghan Roth

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Is social media hurting your training? The TRUTH long runs, mileage & workouts
Is social media hurting your training? The TRUTH long runs, mileage & workouts. Signs of overtraining and easy traps we can fall into that will stall progress in the sport. What do your workouts mean? What type of workouts should you do to reach your potential? Why MORE is NOT always better! How many 20 mile long runs should you run? Why you should NOT run your long runs at marathon pace.
August 21, 2019
Marathon Training Mistakes: Quick Tweaks to Breakthrough
Marathon Training Mistakes. We want YOU to make it to the start line in the best shape possible for race day. What pace should you run your long runs at? How do you know your marathon pace? What are the best workouts for marathon training? Why is rest important for success?
August 20, 2019
Transition to Early Morning Running
Beat the heat! Transitioning to morning running can be a challenge but with your step by step tips, you can learn to love morning running.
July 16, 2019
First Marathon- Training Tips
Are you marathon training? Have you been thinking about running 26.2 miles? Coach Victoria takes a deep dive on everything you need to know for marathon training!
July 8, 2019
Racing on July 4th: Tips!
How should you prepare for a 5k-10k race in the summer? How do you pace yourself for a short distance race? How do you adjust for heat and humidity? How do I deal with race anxiety? Www.run4prs
July 1, 2019
The Injured Runner: How to Comeback Stronger
Are some athletes more prone to injuries? We do a deep dive into the different components that make a successful athlete. We also share tips for avoiding injuries, building back after injuries, and treatment of injuries. Injuries can be so frustrating, but you CAN comeback stronger.
June 26, 2019
Online vs Group Training - Which is Better?
Online run coaching is relatively new, but it allows coaches to provide an individualized training plan. How does online coach compare to group training? Which option is best? We take a deep dive & touch on other topics such as pace groups, racing workouts, burnout, marathon training specific workouts, etc!
June 20, 2019
Race Day Performance & Anxiety
We chat with Run Coach & 4x sub 3 hour marathoner Jason Phillippi on all things Race Day! How often should you race? Should you always try to PR? How to establish goals and stay motivated for a lifetime!
June 18, 2019
Nutrition & Fueling for Long Distance Running - Amy Goblirsch R.D.
What should I eat before my long run? What should I use for fuel during my long run? Do I need to eat breakfast the morning of a race? Can you lose weight while training for a marathon? Find the answers to all your nutrition questions in this episode. Amy Goblirsch is the registered dietitian at Run4PRs Coaching. She shares her nutrition & fueling tips after her years of experience working with endurance athletes.
June 15, 2019
Boston Qualifying: What it Takes
Coach Ben & Victoria do a deep dive into the big BQ goal. We chat about typical training we see leading up to a first time BQ. We address topics of racing anxiety, social media pressure, and improving your running.
March 13, 2019
Boston Qualifier to IRONMAN
Mary Thomas ran her first Boston Qualifying time in October 2016 at the Twin Cities Marathon Working with Run4PRs coaching. Instead of ramping back up for another marathon, Mary dedicated the entire year of 2017 to Ironman training! She had ZERO bike or swim experience. She was pulled off the swim portion of her first triathlon in June 2017. 4 months later she finished an IRONMAN. Hear about her journey from runner to Ironman. Mary has a degree in Kinesiology and is a coach herself. Want to get connected with her?
February 6, 2019
2:15 marathoner Ben Sathre: Overcoming Rejections & Failures to Qualify for Olympic Trials
Ben Sathre was rejected from the University of Minnesota cross country program told he was “not fast enough”. He later proved to be one of the fastest runners in the state of Minnesota. He is not a sponsored runner. He runs for fun but smashed a 2:15 at the Houston Marathon Qualifying for the Olympic Trials. He shares his struggle over the years with injures. He also chats how he juggles training with working full time.
January 30, 2019
Strength Training for Runners - Removing the Confusion
How to incorporate strength training into your marathon or half marathon training? We ask our personal trainer with 20+ years of experience to provide expertise in this area. We ask dozens of questions and he provides great education and insight on the topic. You can fill out the form at or email for any questions or inquiries
January 23, 2019
From Smoker to Boston Qualifier - Coach Scott Sekelsky
Scott Sekelsky is a personal trainer & run coach with 20+ years of experience. He shares his experience going from inactive smoker to Boston Qualifier. Along the way, he found a passion for coaching and strength training. He shares stories from coaching at the college level and chatting about what makes Boston Qualifying training unique.
January 18, 2019
Marathon Success Requires Passion - 2:47 Marathoner Meghan Roth
Meghan Roth is a 2:47 marathoner with hopes of qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Trials. She shares her lessons learned over the years of marathoning. Her philosophy is passion and hard work can always beat talent! Her positive attitude helped her over overcome a debilitating car accident and injury to comeback stronger. Meghan also shares nutrition tips and her race day fueling strategy. If you want to get in touch with Meghan you can email her directly at if you are interested in learning more about coaching, you can fill out the form here
January 9, 2019
Trusting the Process - 2:40 Marathoner Coach Ben Jacobs
Coach Ben Jacobs took second place at The Bismarck Marathon with a 2:41 marathon in September 2018. He shares his personal experiences as an athlete and his expertise in coaching covering the topics: overcoming injuries, racing for run vs racing for a PR, advice for people who want to get faster, bouncing back after a DNF marathon, tips for staying mentally tough & many more! You can contact Ben Jacobs directly at . If you have feedback, suggestions, or want to work with a coach, you can email or fill out the form at our website
January 3, 2019
“Shouldn’t I be faster by now”
How work ethic shapes us in this sport
August 22, 2018
Mindshift to BQ
How I needed to shift my mind and surround myself with positive thoughts to breakthrough to a BQ
August 21, 2018
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