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Conversation Pace: Ron Loewen

By | February 16th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|

Ron Loewen is an athlete and coach based out of Langley, British Columbia. He’s also a certified personal trainer with a specialization in biomechanics. He founded @GrittyRunClub, “running for the community,” and manages his private athletes on V.O2. In 2021, Ron was one of the highest mileage athletes on our platform so we connected to gain [...]

Conversation Pace: Kim Conley

By | February 9th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|

It's always extra special to get a chance to interact and learn from someone who has achieved a level of excellence at their craft. Kim Conley was the fifth Olympian to join our show (previous guests: Jack Daniels, Malindi Elmore, Janet Bawcom and Bob Kennedy). Kim currently lives and trains in Flagstaff, AZ. She has [...]

Conversation Pace: John Reniewicki

By | January 20th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|

John Reniewicki is professional runner at Under Armour and a former Assistant Cross Country Coach at Arizona State University. As a collegiate athlete, John broke the Arizona State University School Record in the 10k and has since improved his PR to 28:15 (78.2 VDOT). He’s entering his second year of professional running and currently working [...]

Conversation Pace: Jared Hazen

By | January 14th, 2022|Podcast Episodes|

Jared Hazen is an ultra runner and coach based in Flagstaff, AZ. He still holds the second fastest time ever at Western States (14:26) when he placed second behind Jim Walmsley in 2019. He’s been a competitive runner for the last 15 years, including first place finishes at Lake Sonoma 50 Miler, JFK 50 Mile [...]

Episode 33 With Jessica Hofheimer

By | March 10th, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

Jessica Hofheimer is the founder of Pace of Me, an online coaching business helping athletes of all ages and experience levels, including her custom artwork for runners. She is an RRCA and VDOT Certified Coach and currently coaches her private clients on VDOT O2. As a young woman fresh out of college, Jess struggled with depression [...]

Episode 32 With Stan Linton

By | February 26th, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

Stan Linton is a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy. In June 2019 he ran 2:18:45 at the Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, MN. His 27-minute personal best at Grandma’s earned him a spot at the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials. He would go on to place 91st at the Olympic Trials despite not being ranked in the [...]

Episode 31 With Caitlin Alexander

By | February 17th, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

Caitlin Alexander, PT, DPT, CAFS is a physical therapist, multisport coach, and VDOT Certified Run Coach based out of Boulder, Colorado. She holds a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and Certification in Applied Functional Science from the Gray Institute. She currently works as a physical therapist and biomechanical specialist at BUILD Sports Performance Labs outside of Boulder. She [...]

Episode 30 With Heather Knight Pech

By | February 10th, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

Heather Knight Pech is one of the best age-graded runners in the world. She’s won her age group (F55) at the Boston Marathon and recently shocked the running world with her 1:27:24 half marathon at age 58. In 2019, she had the second fastest marathon time in the U.S. for her age group (3:00:44). She [...]

Episode 29 With Chris Miltenberg

By | February 3rd, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

Chris Miltenberg is one of the top collegiate coaches in the country. He is currently the Director of Track & Field and Cross Country at the University of North Carolina. He held the same position at Stanford University from 2012-19. Miltenberg is a 2003 graduate of Georgetown University and he earned a master’s in exercise [...]

Episode 28 With James McKirdy

By | January 29th, 2021|Podcast Episodes|

James McKirdy is the founder of McKirdy Trained, an online coaching service working with runners of all ages, all abilities, all over the world. In 2016, McKirdy Trained started managing athletes on VDOT O2. They had eight athletes in the Boston Marathon and zero at the Olympic Trials. Just five years later they’ve had hundreds [...]

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