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A podcast about running, sports, and whatever else is on our minds. Mostly running. Join Andrew Hettinger and Adam Wheeler as they discuss running and stuff that's mostly connected to running. On the pod, we bring guests from around the running community, local race directors, and much more! Thank you for listening.
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Summary Marissa and Austin discuss their experience running the Myrtle Beach Marathon. They chose this race as a weekend getaway and to use their flight credit and hotel points. Marissa started planning the race in November and gradually increased her training. The race had a small expo and packet pickup was quick and easy. The race course was prim…
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Summary In this conversation, Adam Wheeler shares his experience running the Boston Marathon. He discusses his desire to qualify for Boston and the challenge it presented. He talks about his accommodations in Somerville and recommends restaurants like Highland Kitchen. Adam also shares his expo experience and the logistics of transportation to the …
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Summary In this episode, Adam and Andrew catch up and discuss various topics related to running. They talk about Adam's training for the Boston Marathon and how it feels different this time around. They also discuss the controversy surrounding Shohei Ohtani and gambling. The conversation shifts to the need for lower mileage in training and the pote…
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If you have a race you'd like to review with us or want to find more information on a race, email us (rustbeltrunning@gmail.com) or visit our website. Thank you for listening and your support! Summary Brennon shares his experience running the Austin Marathon, including his motivation to run in Austin, his arrival and food choices, the expo experien…
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Summary The conversation discusses the Houston Half Marathon, including the course, race organization, and post-race experience. It covers topics such as parking and transportation, recommended restaurants, the expo experience, and the swag and official merchandise. The conversation also touches on pre-race logistics, including corral navigation an…
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This week we remember the world record holder, Kelvin Kiptum. It's not an episode we wanted to record, but one we felt we needed to. We are grieving the loss of not just a world record holder, but this young man's future in our sport. This is enormous loss that leaves a hole in our sport, and we will never truly know how big his impact would have b…
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Summary Jonathan Greenwald shares his experience running the Tokyo Marathon, including the challenges of traveling to Tokyo, finding food options, and navigating COVID-19 protocols. He discusses the underwhelming expo experience and the logistics of race day, including getting to the start and dealing with congestion. Jonathan also highlights the u…
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In this episode, Adam interviews Sid Garza-Hillman about his book 'Ultra Running for Normal People.' They discuss Sid's journey into trail and ultra running, the importance of disconnecting from a connected world, the perception of ultra running, the camaraderie in the ultra running community, overcoming fear and challenges, and the mindset and tra…
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Summary Todd shares his experience running the Mohawk Hudson Marathon in Schenectady, New York. He discusses the race background, his decision to run it, and the reasons for choosing this race over others. Todd provides insights into the travel and accommodation options, as well as the local restaurants in the area. He talks about the expo experien…
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Summary In this episode, Cris shares his experience running the California International Marathon (CIM) in Sacramento. He discusses his reasons for choosing CIM as his race, the travel and accommodation logistics, and the expo experience. Cris also talks about the transportation to the start line, the warm-up and corral organization, and the water …
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Summary Marissa Ward shares her experience running the Detroit Freep Marathon, a unique race that crosses the border into Canada. She discusses the expo experience, accommodations, and the check-in process. Marissa highlights the excitement of running through downtown Detroit and crossing the Ambassador Bridge into Canada. She also mentions the tun…
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Summary Jamie shares her experience running Grandma's Marathon in Duluth, Minnesota. She discusses the challenges of finding a hotel due to limited options and high prices. Jamie talks about the expo experience and the swag available. She also shares insights on transportation to the race start and the congestion at the beginning of the race. Jamie…
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In this conversation, Steff Rubel shares her experience running the WineGlass Marathon in Corning, New York. She chose this race for its proximity to Pennsylvania and the beautiful fall foliage in the area. Steff discusses the logistics of the race, including accommodations and transportation. She highlights the expo experience, the swag received, …
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This week the three dudes sit down and discuss a ton of good stuff. Recapping their athlete's performances (and Adam's! - and Matt's?) at the Akron Marathon, we get to hear some truly cool stories from the best day of the year in Akron. The schedule is packed though, as Andrew and athlete Erica head to Chicago - so we preview that as well.…
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This week we continue the rotation of co-hosts, and Matt and Adam fly solo, giving Andrew the week off. As they elude to it in the beginning, the one to keep them on topic is off, so these dudes just cover every topic they can think of. From elite men's marathoning, to Browns drafting, to Matt's wife running a half mile loop 40 times for a long run…
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Sometimes in running, things come up and derail your training. Family, life, work, injury... you name it. If you're focused simply on a 16 week training block, things may seem bleak. But if you focus on consistency even when training is over, you can rest more easily and bounce back more quickly.We talk through Andrew's current issues on this most …
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She's been with us thrice, and this time was just as fun as the previous ones. Tina Ryee is instrumental in bringing the USATF Women's 6k Championships to Canton, Ohio. And we couldn't be more excited to sit and talk with her about her journey in health, and making this race a reality including some of the biggest stars in women's athletics.…
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For the first time ever, we are the three coaches of Rust Belt Running recording together. We welcome Matt with open arms and discuss all things running this week. From PLX Adult Track Night, to EagleUp and wolf tattoos, to training for a single mile race. We pack a lot into an hour here, and are very excited for what is next. Be sure to go to rust…
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This past weekend, all three of us joined the Wolfpack to take on the 8 man relay at EagleUp 100. While we didn't get to sit with everyone, we all had a great time, and got to talk to some awesome people along the way. Friendship, miles, and beers are weekends like this are all about, and we were successful in all of that.…
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This week the boys really go off on people who can use turn lanes effectively. Seriously guys, it's not that hard. Andrew sets a new personal best in the half by shocking the world and showing up to Hall of Fame in Canton, OH. Also... we welcome a new coach to the team. The man, the myth the legend M......…
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After covid derailed her bid at finishing six stars in 2020, Erica Gennaro finally got there in March. With completing London in 2022 and then Tokyo in 2023 Erica achieved those elusive stars to complete the Abott World Marathon Majors. We've been there on much of her journey, and we are so glad she shared her experience with us.…
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This week the boys cover a range of topics. They recap their fun night out on St Patrick's day, where they may have done Irish car bombs. Andrew gets real hot on people running while they're sick. And then we discuss baseball. It is really awesome that the boys predicted based on the previous playoff format and not the current 3 wild card team form…
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With Adam traveling for Boston, the boys dig back on some of their experience with traveling for other races. They give some of their advice with dealing with a new city, strangers, and groups of people during a race weekend. Staying focused on your race, yet enjoying the city you are in. Traveling for races is meant for making memories in a cool c…
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This week the boys sit down to discuss dress rehearsal long runs. How do we approach mimicking race day, and why is it important? Then they totally dovetailed, unintentionally, into a long discussion on various nutrition needs. This episode is packed with great information for the finals weeks and months leading to spring goal races.…
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This week, we sit down with Mark Freeman to discuss the Ideal Time Inventory. This is a practice that goes beyond scheduling, and allows you to see where you may be devoting more time than you should be. Finding time for running and working out can be difficult. Making time for family and friends and rest can be difficult. This exercise with Mark i…
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This week we sit down with the Race Director from the Glass City Marathon in Toledo, Ohio, Clint McCormick. Clint takes us through the journey of racing in the 90s, taking a head position for "the Club" and GCM, and then guiding a race through a pandemic. Glass City was one of the first bigger events to take place in 2021, and they pulled it off wh…
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This week we sit with Courtney Ruggaber of Project Outrun and Kindness Runs the World. This is some truly awesome stuff, as Courtney talks about the vision to turn children's patients into athletes through flashy awesome shoes. Audacious goals and awesome causes make this an episode worthy of your time and ears.…
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It's a New Year with a blank slate ready for you to scribble all your hopes, dreams, and aspirations on. But are the goals to big? Are you trying to skip steps? Are you setting yourself up for success or disappointment? Why is the description of this episode all questions? Listen now, to get some answers to your goal setting questions.…
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After some time off, the boys are back and weirder than ever. They tried to start a series on the offseason, but between Adam explaining the absolute shit-show that Twitter has become (yes, more so than usual) and Andrew talking using inappropriate hand gestures in family photos, this went off the rails quickly. We'll try to be better next time, bu…
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On a bit of an extended episode, Andrew takes us on the journey of his Columbus Marathon weekend. From (too many) bagels to (too much) celebratory beer, this episode has it all. It's a little extended as there is too much fun to discuss, and too few fucks given. It was a really special weekend, and any time we get to get together and discuss massiv…
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When our podcasts combine, tremendous things happen. We welcome Cris Gutierrez from the Beers and Miles podcast and discuss all things in the running world right now. There were world records, Boston Marathon news, and more. Coming up we have our own races, world majors, and so much more. We discuss it all. Our first little podcast collaboration, a…
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It's as Ohio a tradition as beating that team up north, and we're talking about bringing our good friend Darris Blackford. As the race director of the Columbus Marathon, Darris brings us a fun perspective of what it's like to be the leader of one of our favorite races. We discuss the look of the race in the perspective of the pandemic, and Darris f…
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The first of an undetermined amount of episodes, the boys sit down to begin discussing the most recent book from Steve Magness. Do Hard Things goes into the science behind mental toughness, and how the approach from the old school isn't necessarily the most effective. They take the approach of the book and apply it to their own running and their co…
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It's been one month since we started coaching athletes to meet their goals in running. We are shocked how much we have learned in such a short period of time. Since we have fewer athletes right now, we are getting to see the quirks in run coaching, but we have developed ways to be as accessible as possible. Being the most accessible and approachabl…
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