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.
  • Amy Blake

    I’ve been running for a little while now – 10 years – and my goal for races was always to “just finish.” Throw in having a few babies and major life changes and well, it was tough to be consistent. I’ve finally gotten to a place in my running where I’m ready and hungry to push the limits, get faster, and see what I can really do. I’ve been curious about coaches for awhile now (as a former team athlete). Most of the time I feel like I’m just guessing at what I should be running/training.

    • frenat

      Amy – that’s exactly what I thought too, and why I found so much benefit from a coach!

      Nathan

    • frenat

      Amy – can you send us your email? Thanks.

  • Michaela L. Tsai

    I’ve been a casual runner most of my life. As a working professional with two young children, it’s been hard to make time to train and race consistently. Now that my kids are older, I am finally able to commit to consistent training again. Alas, much of this is in the early morning on my treadmill. I qualified for Boston at the Sioux Falls marathon in September. I ran a half marathon PR at the Monster Dash in October. I’d love to see how much progress I could make with a running coach!

    • frenat

      Great! Shoot us an email and we’ll add you to the list. —
      Sent from Mailbox for iPhone

  • Aliya Watson

    I swore that if I got through last winter (it being my first one up here in the Arctic) that I would find something that made me appreciate the summer more. Well, I did. It wasn’t easy, either. I took up cycling first, and made it my sole way of commuting. Then I began running (I was soooo proud when “my feet took me around the lake for the first time) and then began RUNNING everywhere as my commute (as in: to work, to school, to do errands…I know, I’m a nerd). I finished my first “running” summer with a 10K, and now am determined to stay active in the winter, and have been continuing on with my running (even whilst gross out). I am working on setting my goal for this upcoming summer though- but as people before me have said, I feel like I am just “guessing” (and googling) what I should/could be doing and I genuinely want to push myself further. I am a full time student and also work full time, so funds are tight. This would be absolutely perfect. Looking forward to hearing from you!