Antonio Vega

Antonio has a BS in Kinesiology from the University of Minnesota. As a former member of Team USA Minnesota, he holds a 2:13 marathon PR and 61:54 half marathon PR.

As a coach, he feels it is his job to unlock the hidden potential of any athlete he works with. He believes there is no one size fits all training program, every program needs to be tailor to play on the athlete’s strength.

  • Eric Bobick

    I can’t take credit for this one because I’ve never run more than 5 miles on the Devil’s sidewalk (treadmill) but a friend of my who run’s Ultras and sometimes needs to get 24 miles in on a treadmill said he is especially thankful for the treadmills with screens that allow the runner to virtually run though various locations around the world. (Pairs, London, NYC, etc.) He said the goal is NEVER to run 24 miles. The goal is to run six miles in Pairs. Stop for just a minute to transport yourself to Tokyo and have a new goal to run six miles there, and so on and so forth until you’ve got all of your miles in.