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Fuel Your Run

Fuel Your Run

Not many things kill your vibe when you’re out for a run like cramping or side stitches. To prevent this kind of physical discomfort, it’s essential that you fuel up before (and after) hitting the pavement or treadmill. What you eat, how much, and when will depend on...
Gear(ing) Up For A Great Run

Gear(ing) Up For A Great Run

Running is my favorite form of exercise, hands down. One of the reasons I love running so much is that it’s completely accessible. You don’t need to spend money on a gym membership or purchase a ton of expensive equipment – with a pair of sneakers you can...
Exercise Affects Your Mood

Exercise Affects Your Mood

Everyone knows that exercise helps you build muscle, lose weight, and improve your overall physical health. But did you know that it also has some incredible benefits for your mood and mental health? Studies show that regular exercise helps to curb anxiety and...
Working Fitness into the Work Day

Working Fitness into the Work Day

Everyone knows about the physical benefits of exercise: weight loss, lower blood pressure, stronger bones and muscles, the list goes on. What many people don’t know is that physical activity also improves your mental health and your mood. Want to have better focus...
Tips for Marathon Training

Tips for Marathon Training

Training to run 26.2 miles takes commitment and dedication. And while the road to race day may be long and hard, I promise you that the work you put in during your training will pay off in spades. Every runner’s training regimen varies based on their experience level,...
The Craziest Races I Am NEVER Going To Run

The Craziest Races I Am NEVER Going To Run

I tackled the New York City marathon and am training for Chicago in 2018, but I get it – running isn’t for everyone. Plenty of people blanche at the idea of covering 26.2 miles in one sitting, and I know exactly where they’re coming from because there are races...
Tips for Balancing Careers and Fitness

Tips for Balancing Careers and Fitness

It seems that more and more people have less and less free time. The days are chock full of responsibilities, and things slip through the cracks. Priorities like family and work tend to take up most of our time and energy, while fitness often falls by the wayside. We...
Best Spots to Run in NYC

Best Spots to Run in NYC

While the Weather Channel might tell you otherwise, spring has sprung people, and that means it’s time to lace up those sneakers and get back out on the town. New York City provides a swath of awesome (and often underrated) places and paths to mix up your running...
Every NYC Runner Should Use the Central Park Coat Check

Every NYC Runner Should Use the Central Park Coat Check

If you love running in Central Park like I do, then you should definitely use the Central Park Coat Check. It’s the single most convenient place to stow your warm-up gear before entering the park on your run. The Central Park Coat Check is open year round, 24 hours a...