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Ep. 53 – The RUNATL Podcast with Guest Ryan Hall & Jay Stephenson

The RUNATL Podcast is hosted by Big Peach Running Co. Founder, Mike Cosentino, and Director of Marketing, Dave “D2” Martinez. This week on the RUNATL Podcast, Ryan Hall & Jay Stephenson talk to us about coaching, training, the Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta, and so much more!

RUNATL Podcast

Hello, Friends!

Our Featured Conversation this episode features one of the best distance runners in American history:  Ryan Hall.  However, this conversation is anything but predictable!  Because even though Ryan has retired from professional running, there’s so much more to discuss than just his Olympic performances, his American records and his significant achievements as a runner…  We cover what it’s like to coach your kids and wife, write a book, develop a training program – – and run 15 miles as a 13-year old!  We also get his thoughts on the Olympic Marathon Trials coming to Atlanta next year…  My friend, Jay Stephenson, joins, too, as someone who has a genuine interest in developing himself and others to both be the best runner AND best person he and they can be!  He and Ryan have teamed up to bring us Run Free Training… and this is your invitation to get front row seat on the launch!

The Show Notes are below:

This gives you even more backstory and product insight into the competition and production that so rightfully captured D2’s attention, the Hoka CarbonX Project.

Here’s a great way to learn much about Olympian Ryan Hall. 

And here’s more on Coach Jay.  

Check out and purchase Ryan’s most recent book here.

Here’s the groundbreaking training program on which Ryan and Jay are collaborating, Run Free Training.

To learn more about Ryan, his family and all of the cool things with which he’s involved, visit this site

As always, we THANK YOU for being part of the fun!  Don’t forget that you can win a free copy of Ryan’s latest book IF you send your correct answer to the question we asked during the episode.  Send the answer to  Of course, if you have comments or suggestions as to how we can be of service to you, please drop us a note at the same location…  As always, many thanks – – and may your best miles are those covered on foot!

– Mike