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.”
The Stress Episode -All About Cortisol
In this episode we speak with lifestyle physician Dr. Darren Clair about the stress hormone cortisol. Why are we more stressed out than our ancient ancestors and what can we as runners do about it? Plus, we share an update from our roadtrip in Europe and Trevor tells a story about being stuck in “airport hell”.
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The Richmond Marathon -2022 marks the 45th running of the marathon so it’s a great year to take part and join the celebration!
Running as Self-Leadership
In this episode we explain how long distance running is an exercise in self-leadership. Learn how to take control of your thoughts, influence your emotions, and discipline your body to accomplish your running and fitness goals.
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Interview with Erin Azar aka Mrs Space Cadet
In this episode we speak with Erin Azar -the mother of 3 who became an internet sensation after sharing hilarious videos of training for her first marathon as a, “slightly overweight person who drinks too much beer”. If you’ve ever struggled in your running we know you’ll resonate with what Erin has to share.
In the quick tip segment Coach Angie discusses when is it safe to return to exercise post-Covid or any viral infection.
Erin Azar (Mrs. Space Cadet) has attracted over 700,000 followers and 31 million likes on TikTok. She refers to herself as an "expert struggle runner and struggle lifer" and her goal is to make running more approachable for beginners.
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Success Story with Jamie Tizzard: How Running Can Change Your Life
In this episode we bring you a success story with Jamie Tizzard -a mother of two from southern California. In 2020 she found herself scrolling through Facebook and responded to an ad for one of our virtual run challenges. It was the push she needed to get off the couch, become a runner, drop 75 pounds, and run a 2:05 half marathon!
The Boulderthon -in Boulder Colorado (October 9th, 2022). Register now and get $20 off the full or half marathon with code MTA20!
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The 100 Mile Challenge -this is the challenge that inspired Jamie to start running.
The 2000 Mile Challenge inspired by the Great Wave Off Kanagawa
Live with Meb Keflezighi, Emily Sisson, Emma Bates, and Tommie Runz at the UCAN Athlete Panel
In this bonus episode we bring you the recording from a live event Angie co-moderated at the Boston Marathon.
Hosted by our friends at UCAN, you will hear tips and stories from these inspirational runners:
Meb Keflezighi -winner of both the Boston and NYC Marathons, Silver Medalist at the 2004 Olympics.
Emily Sisson -pro runner who competed in the 10k distance at the 2020 Olympics.
Emma Bates -pro runner who won the Women's Marathon Championships in 2018 and finished 2nd at the Chicago Marathon 2021.
Tommie Runz -fellow podcaster from Detroit who found running after sobriety, 2:48 marathoner.
Moderators: Angie Spencer (RN, Running Coach, over 60 marathons and ultras) and Carrie Tollefson (Broadcaster and Olympic middle distance runner)
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Race Recap: The Boston Marathon 2022
In this episode we bring you one of our “world famous” race recaps as Angie describes the 2022 Boston Marathon. Hear some inspiring stories that came out of this year’s marathon plus soundbites from the MTA meet up and tips on running a Boston qualifying (BQ) time.
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💗Love💗Love💗Love Mrs.Space Cadet
Love the episode with Erin Azar!! She’s so funny 😂 and refreshing!!? What a breath of fresh air!!! Thank you!!!
Best of the running podcast world!
Thank you Angie and Trevor for your fresh and honest take on the sport. Your experiences and tips are relatable and entertaining. Love listening while on the run.
Hands down, the BEST running podcast!
Trevor and Angie are everyone’s best friends! They are warm and welcoming to their guests and do a fantastic job of blending professional athleticism with the aspirations of everyday athletes. They show the same respect to the weekend warriors as they do to the elites.
They have a wealth of knowledge and experience, are fun and personable and always create a conversation that is easy to listen to while running.
I also appreciate their commitment to each other and their kids as they share how they balance training, work and family life. Regardless of how much or how little you’ve run, there’s a place for you here!