Nathan Freeburg

Nathan started running when he was 14. 20+ years later, he’s still going. When he’s not running, he enjoys exploring the city with his son, finding new restaurants with his wife, traveling, or backpacking. He loves dark beer, dark chocolate, and dark coffee.

Nathan currently lives in Portland, Oregon, but works in Minneapolis and runs wherever he is. Favorite Minnesota running route is anything that takes him along the Mississippi River.
Race Results.

Nathan’s day job is a Consultant with Leadership Vision in Downtown Minneapolis.

  • Patti Radford

    Great article and especially timely for me. I’m training for TC this fall and it will be my first full. I just ran the half at Grandma’s, so I feel like I’m in a great place training wise. Since this is my first, other than mileage, I’m not sure what needs to be included in a great training plan! One of the plans I looked at only had me running 3 days a week, which surely didn’t seem like enough mileage to me so I decided against that one! It is a little overwhelming with the amount of training programs out there and how different they are. I feel pretty good about the plan I’m going with (Hal – but with a couple of minor adjustments) – only time will tell!

    • frenat

      3 days a week is not nearly enough! Let me know if you need any other pointers along the way. Good luck!


      • Patti Radford

        I will take any, and all(!), pointers you have for a first timer. Especially anything specific to TC. More than anything else, I really want to go into race day feeling confident in my ability to finish period and ideally finish strong. I realize both of those things are dependent on training and a good mindset. So far I’m really excited and not totally freaking out about it, so I’ve got that going for me!