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Andi and Zach, founders of atozrunning.com, dive into distance running from every angle. Training tips and racing recommendations? Staying healthy or recovering from injury? Stories of successes or tales of tragedies? It's all here!

Latest Episodes

The Next Level

We've been talking, writing, and living the topic of elevating your run. (Training with excellence comes with obstacles, but the benefit of taking your run to the next level isn't just about running. Our previous blog post is dedicated to the topic). For the complete details and resources, visit atozrunning.com/episode5

45 MIN6 d ago
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The Next Level

Burnout

Nothing douses the fire of a passionate pursuit more than burnout. Listen to Andi and Zach discuss their experiences with burnout, ideas to prevent it, and how to cope when in the midst of it. For all the details, links, and resources supporting this episode, visit atozrunning.com/episode4

47 MIN1 w ago
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Burnout

Knowing Yourself

Knowing yourself can facilitate your next goal or break through. Owning where we are at and where we have to go shouldn't bring us into doubt or fear, but motivate us to make plans to achieve the incremental steps. The World of Running As always, before discussing our main topic, we shared some of the most recent tidbits dominating the running conversation this week: The Ripley's with Allyson Felix in 2018 Nike shoes controversy (link to Letsrun Podcast with more opinions) Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price considered to be the fastest woman in the world. (NBC reports) Allyson Felix broke Usain Bolt's World Gold Medal record with 12 gold medals in world events. The great American distance runner, Shalane Flanagan retired (here's the Letsrun.com article mentioned). Main Topic Summary: 11. Know your limits (time, physical, pace) 2. Your limitations don’t always mean a cap on your goals, but rather an honest evaluation of how many miles you should run, what pace you should aim to hit during workouts and races, and how much time you need to prepare your body (routines) beforehand. 3. Set reasonable goals/expectations Create multi-tier goals (Thanks, Coach Rod Wortley ). Check out this article all about racing mindset and strategies. Pursue incremental gains. Follow or develop suitable training plans with your current effort in mind (not always the pace you want to run or thing you "should" run).

34 MIN2 w ago
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Knowing Yourself

The Struggle

One thing every runner understands is struggle. Having just (both of us) completed the Chicago Marathon, we decided to dive deep into the topic of struggle and our experiences surrounding embracing the struggle and overcoming the struggle. The World of Running As always, before discussing our main topic, we shared some of the most recent tidbits dominating the running conversation this week: Eliud Kipchoge's INEOS 1:59 Challenge A whole lot of Chicago Marathon (more on that here) Brigid Kosgei's new world record Parker Stinson's impressive 2:10:53 ANDI RAN HER FIRST EVER OTQ (Olympic Trials Qualifier)! Main Topic: The Struggle We break it down like this: embracing the struggle means thriving amidst the pain overcoming the struggle means understanding what you CAN control and learning HOW to control it To illustrate, we highlight those points with examples and experiences of how struggle in and out of running interrelates. Then we wrap it up with a short list of helpful ways to overcome struggle, like: prioritizing effectively knowing yourself thoroughly and more!

30 MINOCT 16
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The Struggle

Thriving in the Running Community

Every episode can be found at atozrunning.com/podcast with links and resources and additional info about the episode. For this episode, Andi and Zach discuss the Berlin Marathon, World Track and Field Championships, and the power of the running community. Read more at atozrunning.com! Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@atozrunning), and Strava (Zach Ripley).

30 MINOCT 8
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Thriving in the Running Community
the END

Latest Episodes

The Next Level

We've been talking, writing, and living the topic of elevating your run. (Training with excellence comes with obstacles, but the benefit of taking your run to the next level isn't just about running. Our previous blog post is dedicated to the topic). For the complete details and resources, visit atozrunning.com/episode5

45 MIN6 d ago
Comments
The Next Level

Burnout

Nothing douses the fire of a passionate pursuit more than burnout. Listen to Andi and Zach discuss their experiences with burnout, ideas to prevent it, and how to cope when in the midst of it. For all the details, links, and resources supporting this episode, visit atozrunning.com/episode4

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Burnout

Knowing Yourself

Knowing yourself can facilitate your next goal or break through. Owning where we are at and where we have to go shouldn't bring us into doubt or fear, but motivate us to make plans to achieve the incremental steps. The World of Running As always, before discussing our main topic, we shared some of the most recent tidbits dominating the running conversation this week: The Ripley's with Allyson Felix in 2018 Nike shoes controversy (link to Letsrun Podcast with more opinions) Shelly-Ann Fraser-Price considered to be the fastest woman in the world. (NBC reports) Allyson Felix broke Usain Bolt's World Gold Medal record with 12 gold medals in world events. The great American distance runner, Shalane Flanagan retired (here's the Letsrun.com article mentioned). Main Topic Summary: 11. Know your limits (time, physical, pace) 2. Your limitations don’t always mean a cap on your goals, but rather an honest evaluation of how many miles you should run, what pace you should aim to hit during workouts and races, and how much time you need to prepare your body (routines) beforehand. 3. Set reasonable goals/expectations Create multi-tier goals (Thanks, Coach Rod Wortley ). Check out this article all about racing mindset and strategies. Pursue incremental gains. Follow or develop suitable training plans with your current effort in mind (not always the pace you want to run or thing you "should" run).

34 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Knowing Yourself

The Struggle

One thing every runner understands is struggle. Having just (both of us) completed the Chicago Marathon, we decided to dive deep into the topic of struggle and our experiences surrounding embracing the struggle and overcoming the struggle. The World of Running As always, before discussing our main topic, we shared some of the most recent tidbits dominating the running conversation this week: Eliud Kipchoge's INEOS 1:59 Challenge A whole lot of Chicago Marathon (more on that here) Brigid Kosgei's new world record Parker Stinson's impressive 2:10:53 ANDI RAN HER FIRST EVER OTQ (Olympic Trials Qualifier)! Main Topic: The Struggle We break it down like this: embracing the struggle means thriving amidst the pain overcoming the struggle means understanding what you CAN control and learning HOW to control it To illustrate, we highlight those points with examples and experiences of how struggle in and out of running interrelates. Then we wrap it up with a short list of helpful ways to overcome struggle, like: prioritizing effectively knowing yourself thoroughly and more!

30 MINOCT 16
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The Struggle

Thriving in the Running Community

Every episode can be found at atozrunning.com/podcast with links and resources and additional info about the episode. For this episode, Andi and Zach discuss the Berlin Marathon, World Track and Field Championships, and the power of the running community. Read more at atozrunning.com! Find us on Facebook, Instagram (@atozrunning), and Strava (Zach Ripley).

30 MINOCT 8
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Thriving in the Running Community
the END
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