1 hr 19 min

Episode 131: Lisa Veneziano Is Faster as a Master‪!‬ Run Farther & Faster — The Podcast with Coaches Lisa Levin and Julie Sapper

    • Running

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 Marathon, which are race times she had not seen since 2006.  Also in 2021, Lisa set two American women records at the USATF Championships in the 5K and 10K distances.  Recently, Lisa retired from General Motors where she served as top-level executive in supply chain management.  Lisa shares in the podcast and in this essay (https://bit.ly/3jK6lyD) how her approach to running helped her achieve a successful career at General Motors.  Lisa shares how she is able to run consistently strong, race frequently, and set records while avoiding injury.  Lisa is a mom of two sons and resides with her husband in Fenton, Michigan.
Notes:
Pump and Run 5K https://www.arnoldsports.com/schedule/
Lisa can be found on Strava and LinkedIn, and, of course, on the roads at races throughout the country.

Please leave us a five star review wherever you get your podcasts. This helps other listeners find us. Check us out on Facebook (Run Farther & Faster), Instagram (@runfartherandfaster) and Twitter (@Runfartherfast). Interested in taking your running to the next level? Contact us for private coaching at julieandlisa@runfartherandfaster.com.


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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 Marathon, which are race times she had not seen since 2006.  Also in 2021, Lisa set two American women records at the USATF Championships in the 5K and 10K distances.  Recently, Lisa retired from General Motors where she served as top-level executive in supply chain management.  Lisa shares in the podcast and in this essay (https://bit.ly/3jK6lyD) how her approach to running helped her achieve a successful career at General Motors.  Lisa shares how she is able to run consistently strong, race frequently, and set records while avoiding injury.  Lisa is a mom of two sons and resides with her husband in Fenton, Michigan.
Notes:
Pump and Run 5K https://www.arnoldsports.com/schedule/
Lisa can be found on Strava and LinkedIn, and, of course, on the roads at races throughout the country.

Please leave us a five star review wherever you get your podcasts. This helps other listeners find us. Check us out on Facebook (Run Farther & Faster), Instagram (@runfartherandfaster) and Twitter (@Runfartherfast). Interested in taking your running to the next level? Contact us for private coaching at julieandlisa@runfartherandfaster.com.


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1 hr 19 min