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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...
MapMyRun Should Be In Every Runner’s Toolkit

MapMyRun Should Be In Every Runner’s Toolkit

Every runner has a toolkit – a couple of items and tricks to keep them on track and reach their goals. I’ve been running for more than 20 years, and my own toolkit hasn’t changed much. But recently I added the MapMyRun app into the mix, and I wish I’d done it...
Should I Train Through The Pain?

Should I Train Through The Pain?

So you pushed yourself, and now you hurt. Some people will tell you not to “be a baby” and just “suck it up”. Others will say ‘don’t push it” and “it isn’t worth it”. Ask a dozen people in the fitness community if you should train through the pain and you’ll get a...
What I Wish I Knew as a Beginning Runner

What I Wish I Knew as a Beginning Runner

Like many runners who are just starting out on their fitness journey, it’s easy to just dive right in or let your competitive nature get the best of you. While I eventually figured out works best for me, often times through trial and error, there are a few things I...
Welcome!

Welcome!

Welcome to Julie Zuckerberg’s first post on her fitness blog. Stay tuned for more.