/Tag:Matt McClintock

OTQ In Chicago For Shari Eberhard

A college teammate of mine at Purdue, Shari was one of the first athletes I started coaching. She had a goal of qualifying for the U.S. Olympic Trials, which she achieved by running 2:43:13 at the Chicago Marathon. Shari has a great ability to always stay positive. After the best and worst workouts she always [...]

My Marathon Experience, Part II (Pacing)

By Matt McClintock View Part I (The Taper and One Final Workout) here. PacingProper pacing is the single most important factor in running a successful marathon. Runners at all levels, from the everyday and sub-elite runners I coach to the highly specialized and trained athletes I race, make the same mistake of going out too [...]

My Marathon Experience, Part I

By Matt McClintock In December 2018, I ran my first marathon at the California International Marathon which served as the United States Championship for 2018. While walking away with an Olympic Trials Qualifier in 2:18:03 was on the low end of my expectations for the race, the entire experience, from training to racing, provided me [...]

An Interview With Matt McClintock

Matt McClintock is one of the latest coaches to become VDOT Certified by Dr. Jack Daniels. He recently published his coaching profile and training products on the VDOT Marketplace. Matt was an All-American at Purdue University, where he earned a B.S. in Movement and Sport Science. He now runs professionally for Reebok ZAP Fitness, a non-profit training [...]

Load More Posts