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During his build for the Berlin Marathon on September 24th, Matt has been logging all of his easy miles in the Nike Pegasus 40.
“It delivers the stable ride and durable build of an everyday trainer," says Matt.
"…there is a reason the Nike Pegasus line has been around for years. The Pegasus 40 has responsiveness and neutral support.”
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Matt started running long distance–specifically marathons–in 2020 when the world was on lockdown during the global COVID-19 pandemic.
He ran the virtual TCS NYC Marathon in 3:59:45.
🏃♂️ “That day humbled me as a runner and how hard a marathon is. It also made me hungry for more,” he explains.
One of Matt’s long term goals is to complete all 6 major marathons. With 2 of them accomplished, he has 4 to go!
🏃♂️ Some of Matt’s other PRs include:
🏃♂️When asked about his “why” for running, Matt says:
“I run for the simple fact I LOVE running. It lets me connect with my mind and body unlike any other activity."
"It’s a form of meditation, brings me peace, and allows me to create goals to work towards to achieve.”
A social media powerhouse and motivator of others, Matt also adds “running coach” to his resume.
His coaching philosophy rides on building consistency and putting in the hard work.
He guarantees his athletes will see improvement IF they show up each and every day.
On top of teaching runners how to properly build for a race distance, Matt doesn’t neglect the aerobic base:
“I also preach the 80/20 rule which is 80 percent of your running should be easy and 20 percent should be quality sessions: speed workouts, long runs with pacing.”