Some of our amazing 2018 LAM Leaders
Learn more about our Los Angeles Marathon training program. Safe to say that 2018 will be our biggest Los Angeles Marathon (LAM) yet! Since our very first LAM more than 20 years ago, we’ve helped and cheered for thousands of Pasadena Pacers as they trained for and crossed that LAM finish line. But, it takes… more
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Learn more about the Pasadena Pacer’s LA Marathon training program. Monica Bobadilla Support & Gear (SAG) How long have you been with the Pasadena Pacers? Four years. How many marathons have you run? Two HOT LAMs. Why do you run? It brings me joy. It’s me against me. I get to enjoy God’s creations (scenery).… more
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Learn more about the Pasadena Pacer’s LA Marathon training program. Join Team 14’s closed Facebook group. Sandy Trina 14 min/mile Pace Leader How long have you been with the Pasadena Pacers? I started with the Pasadena Pacers back in 2011. At the time, I hated running; I only hiked. I certainly never thought I would… more
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Learn more about the Pasadena Pacer’s LA Marathon training program. Join Team 12’s closed Facebook group. Norma Angulo 12 min/mile Pace Leader (Editor Note: Norma also serves as our Calendar Coordinator) How long have you been with the Pasadena Pacers? 4 1/2 years. How many marathons have you run? This will be my third marathon (second as… more
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By Dr. Steve Smith, Pacers Founder and Team Doc Abdominal strength has a real and immediate effect on your running gait, and the faster you go, the more your abdominal muscles participate in your gait. Many running injuries can be traced back to weak core muscles that result in poor running biomechanics. If you are looking… more
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By Dr. Steve Smith, Pasadena Pacer Founder and Team Doc We live in southern California where hot days are a fact of life. As such, it’s important we discuss some tips to keep you safe, healthy, and running. Run Early. If you are going long, go early. If you are training for a marathon and… more
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By Dr. Steve Smith “I have a pain in my knee, what should I do?” I overheard a runner ask his friend last week. I listened, mostly to see what kind of advice would be given, thinking the friend might be a physical therapist or a doctor. This could be good; I might pick up… more