Pacer Edward

Where are you from?

Farmington Hills, MI / San Francisco, CA

Current P.R.

1 hr 25 minutes (13.1)

Typical pace

6 minutes

Number of marathons



Athletic Nutritionist and Health Educator

Favorite marathon

Marin Headlands (CA)


Juicing, Meditation, & Trail Running

Favorite Running Food

Chia Seeds, Avocado, & Coconut Water (love Fat!)

What are you reading now?

Be Here Now – Ram Dass

Who do you train with?

LifeTime Fitness Run Club, Hanson's, & Body Mind Athletics

Personal goals

Enjoy my life and help others. Run the PCT (Pacific Crest Trail)



A quotation you like…

Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished. -Lao Tzu


Why do you run?


To experience nature, connect with something greater, wiser, and older than myself. To experience my body and to get “in the zone”.

Describe your best marathon memory.


There was a gentleman I met at the starting line of the San Francisco International. He was from Africa and said that race was his life's running goal. He was fast and left me around mile 8 on the Golden Gate. I passed him in mile 23, he was crying and limping terribly. We shared my emergency cramp drink (coconut water, salt, pineapple) and finished together. Times didn't matter, I bet we always remember that moment together.

Why do you pace?


I love empowering and watching others reach their goals. If I can be a supporting factor in that process, sign me up!

Tell us your best pacing experience.


My clients often run races I pace. Feeling their self-pride is incredible.

Why should someone run in your pace group?


I will hit the stride from step one through the finish line. Nothing but positive energy and vibes for all. I also carry some emergency food and drink items, find me if needed – I'll be on pace!

Any tips for runners about to join your group?


You're here for a reason. You've trained, it's time to let go and enjoy the ride!

Anything else you’d like to share?

If anyone has health or wellness questions please connect. I am a graduate-level health educator and love to help runners improve. (On Facebook: Body Mind Athletics)


What philanthropic activities do you have?

Pacing, educate at-risk youth populations on nutrition and (health) self-care, food advocacy, human-rights advocacy, community-cycling advocacy  



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