We got back from France just in time for Joseph to start his new job, woohoo! We talk about our impressions of Nice & Cannes and I recap my experience running the Nice Cannes/French Riviera Marathon: what I ate before/during/after, how I felt, the organization of the race, differences with other marathons I’ve run, how … More #196: Nice Cannes Marathon Recap
On the agenda this week: Marathon training: I’ve started training for the French Riviera Marathon just 12 weeks away! The possibility of a female prime minister of Japan and what that entails. Why don’t French people (women in particular) gain weight??! The reasons why French people seem to stay so thin. #AskJoanna: If YOU have … More #184: Why the French don’t get fat
Last week I ran the Kakegawa Shincha Marathon in Shizuoka, Japan. In short, it was brutal. I share: How training went My fueling: what I ate before, during, after Differences I noticed between Japanese vs. American races The brutal race course My regrets My first chafing experience Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher BECOME A PATRON: patreon.com/nobullpodcast MY … More #99: Kakegawa Shincha Marathon Recap
You’ll see: Red stains on the pavement, a manifestation of the nation’s addiction to paan Endless trails of trash Cows, elephants, stray dogs People piled on backs of trucks like cargo You’ll smell: Diesel spewing from the back of trucks Fires still burning from the night before The slightly minty, stale smell of paan You’ll hear: … More What It’s Like To Run In Myanmar
So you’ve decided to take the next leap in training — you’ve been running for 2 years now and have seen a lot of improvement, but you seem to have reached a plateau. You’ve been running 3-5 days a week but you are ready to up the ante and take on the challenge. You’ve decided to … More Can I Handle The Mileage?
Justin Horneker was my coach for the 2016 NYC marathon. He will be a regular contributor to Running Vegan NYC as our very own running correspondent. Below is a little intro on him, as well as answers to his most frequently asked questions. Feel free to ask him anything else in the comments for future posts! … More Introducing New RVN Contributor: Coach Justin Horneker
Last weekend was the Al Gordon 4 miler. This was my first race since the marathon and my first race of 2017, so it was a special one. You can read last year’s recap of the same race here. I managed to beat last year’s time by 1 minute 7 seconds with a finish of 32:00 … More Al Gordon 4M 2017 Recap
Part 1 was about my first experience at Orangetheory. Part 2 is about my second experience. If you haven’t yet, I suggest you skim part one first for context. I explained how the class works, my workout, likes/dislikes, etc. I went back a second time mainly because my first experience wasn’t the best, and I wanted to see if … More Orangetheory Fitness Review: Part 2
I nervously enter a nondescript building in Brooklyn Heights and take the stairs to the second floor. Today I am taking my first Orangetheory class. I am doing it for two main reasons; 1 because my friend Katie suggested it, and 2 because the first class is free. The woman at the front desk greets me cheerfully despite the fact that it’s … More Orangetheory Fitness Review: Part 1
We have special guest Katie in the studio! She’s a runner, blogger, and fellow foodie.
Some of the things we chat about are her fitness journey, the NYC running culture, and why it’s OK to have different hobbies than your boyfriend.
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Katie’s blog: hungry-runner.com … More #19: Katie Rosenbrock