Runner’s World Editor-in-Chief David Willey starts his journey to complete a lifelong goal as a runner—qualify for the Boston Marathon. With the help of the same team at Nike guiding the best runners in the world to run under two hours in the marathon, David goes for his own audacious goal of BQing in 2017 with the help of a data-centric training approach. (2:03)
Running coach Jenny Hadfield shares her tips for making smart goals—and sticking to them. Plus, her personal start in the sport and the greatest success stories from her clients. (30:33)
In the Kick, fast times at the Dubai Marathon, how to better navigate the race expo, and a look at the most popular running routes in the country. (1:00:26)
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Host: David Willey
Producers: Sylvia Ryerson, Christine Fennessy, Brian Dalek and Alex Ward.
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