About this episode
Emma Kertez is a wearer of many hats as a runner, educational consultant, dog mom, seltzer connoisseur, and mood board curator.
In this episode, we talked about:
- training in Boulder
- her journey into elite running, with an OTQ marathon
- balance between “life” and running
- racing post collegiately
- racing in the Olympic Trials
- mental health
- using her social media platforms the way that she does
- taking time off from running in 2020
- LOTS of laughter
- and much more!
Follow along with Emma’s journey at https://www.instagram.com/em_kertesz
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