Series Feature: 2021 Boston Marathon®

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Get ready to run one of the most famous marathons in the world! iFIT Trainer Heather Jenson leads the way in the 2021 Boston Marathon®, helping you push yourself to the finish line in Copley Square. You’ll have views of quaint Massachusetts towns and cities, plus Boston College and Heartbreak Hill. Let’s get to work!

About iFIT Trainer Heather Jenson

Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, Heather Jenson is a fitness instructor and lover of Ironman and marathon events. Since running her first marathon in 2008, she’s completed 18 marathons and 7 Ironman races. Heather also teaches fitness classes, including HIIT Spin, Pump, Power Yoga, and Pilates. She loves to golf, ski, and watch movies with her husband and three children in her free time. Something you may not know about Heather? She graduated from Dixie State University with a bachelor’s degree in music, so she also teaches flute and guitar lessons! 

About Boston

No matter the time of year you visit, Boston is the perfect place for history buffs, foodies, music lovers, and sports fans. In this series, you’ll see many of the areas that make Boston an exciting city to visit. You’ll run through the towns and cities of Hopkinton, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, and Brookline. Along the way, you’ll have great views of Lake Cochituate, the Johnny Kelley Statue, Heartbreak Hill, and Boston College!

About the workouts

Heather will coach you through the Boston Marathon® in six parts, allowing you to complete the race at your own pace. She’ll also walk you through warm up and cool down workouts to help your muscles loosen up at the start of the series and recover at the end. Heather will let you in on her personal tips and tricks for marathon running as you run together!

Workout highlights:

  • Advanced workouts
  • 8 workouts
  • Average workout duration: 45 minutes
  • Available on treadmills and ellipticals

Excited to get started? Join the 2021 Boston Marathon®!

Disclaimer: This blog post is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional. The above information should not be used to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or medical condition. Please consult your doctor before making any changes to your diet, sleep methods, daily activity, or fitness routine. iFIT assumes no responsibility for any personal injury or damage sustained by any recommendations, opinions, or advice given in this article. Always follow the safety precautions included in the owner’s manual of your fitness equipment.

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