The Marathon Training Academy Podcast will help you unlock your potential to conquer the marathon and change your life. Since 2010 Angie and Trevor have shared tips, inspiration, and interesting guests interviews to help listeners run smarter, avoid injury, and go the distance.
What RUNNER’S WORLD says about the MTA Podcast: “If you’re training for 26.2, running coach Angie Spencer and her husband, Trevor, have everything you need to reach the finish line. The duo provides plenty of training tips, interviews, and reviews of marathons from around the world. (Angie has run one in every state!) While they don’t always bring on guests, runners like Sara Hall, Dathan Ritzenhein, and even actor Sean Astin have all stopped by.”
Avoiding “Rookie Mistakes” on Race Day
In this episode we share rookie mistakes that must be avoided on race day as Trevor brings you (via the wonders of podcasting) to the Richmond Half Marathon. Plus, listen as our nutrition coach explains adaptive thermogenesis and metabolic recovery.
Born to Run! -Interview with Christopher McDougall and Eric Orton
In this podcast episode we speak with Christopher McDougall and Eric Orton about how to experience what good running feels like. Plus, you will hear what the real-life characters from the groundbreaking book ‘Born to Run’ are up to today. Christopher McDougall is one of America’s most popular adventure-sport writers, with more than 2 million […]
Interview with Claire Bartholic, The Planted Runner
In this podcast episode we speak with plant-based runner and fellow podcaster Claire Bartholic. Claire explains how she took an hour off her marathon time to ultimately run a PR of 2:58 at the age of 42! What are the keys that allowed her to make such a dramatic improvement in the marathon? Let’s find […]
Race Recap: Lessons Learned from 70 Marathons!
In this podcast episode Angie recaps the Wineglass Marathon in New York and shares lessons learned from running 70 marathons. She’s keeping it real and sharing the beautiful and “horrible” struggle that can ensue over the course of 26.2 miles. Race Recap: The Wineglass Marathon The last time I ran the Wineglass Marathon in Corning, […]
Do Hard Things! Interview with Steve Magness
In this podcast episode we speak with Steve Magness -performance coach and author of the book ‘Do Hard Things -Why we get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness’.
Listener Q&A (feat. Running Rogue)
In this podcast episode we are joined by fellow podcaster Chris McClung from Running Rogue to answer questions sent in from audience members. Questions include: How late in life can you PR?; VO2 Max; How maintenance plans work; Training for back to back marathons; When to do Yasso 800s; Thoughts on processed fuels; and How […]
Go to running podcast!
As an avid runner (well, avid somewhat beginner) who has few (no) running friends, this podcast and its hosts are my running friends by proxy. So much great education throughout, I have learnt a tremendous amount that has assisted me on my road to my marathon.
New and exciting goals.
I came across this podcast early in 2020 when I started my journey to rekindle my love of running. I admittedly didn’t start listening to episodes until late last year, after an amazing year of running I have to say, but since then have loved the content whilst on my runs. So many really relevant topics from running tips, nutrition and mindset and interesting conversations with other runners from all over the world.
2020 for me was just shy of 1600kms. Turned 40 yrs old. Lost 16kgs and many inches and have now to date run 8 half-marathon distances. Last weekend running a 1:56:35 PR.
I’ll definitely be listening in as I now change my focus to increasing my distances to achieve the new goal of running a full marathon this year.
Great job on your podcast guys from South Australia.
Randomly came across this pod whilst searching for new running pods to listen to and so stoked I did. I love the topics, interviews, interviewing style and the fun anecdotal chats. Sending much appreciation from Australia and looking forward to catching up on all the previous and future episodes. :)