If you follow me on Instagram (@runningvegannyc), you may have noticed that I started posting weekly meal prep photos. Someone recently commented asking me to do a blog post on how I meal prep and the benefits of it, so here it is. (Shout out to Chloe for the suggestion! @chloeunguyen 😉) Advertisements
Week three of NYC marathon training is complete. I technically started four weeks ago, but took a week off because I had a suspicion that I had another stress reaction in my left ankle. I got an MRI, and the results showed no evidence of a stress reaction/fracture, so I don’t know what’s going on … More Training for the NYC Marathon: Week Three
This week I made my debut on the YouTube scene with my channel, RunningVeganNYC! It’s an extension of my Instagram and blog– still health/fitness stuff, but unscripted and off-the-cuff. I’ll be sharing vegan recipes and products, running/fitness tips, and probably a handful of random musings mixed in for good measure.
Before I head into NYC marathon training next month, I thought I’d give an update on what I’ve been up to post-half marathon, my current fitness level and routines, and goals for training.
I finished my final week of BBG last Friday. Wahoo! It was basically three months of endless burpees, pushups and SWEAT! I’ve mentioned BBG (Bikini Body Guide) a few times on the blog, but for the unfamiliar, BBG is Australian personal trainer Kayla Itsine’s downloadable fitness guide. It’s a 12 week program, and each week … More BBG round one review
I moved to New York shortly after college graduation, in July 2015. It’s almost been a year, and before another year of incredible change passes me by, I want to take some time to reflect on the experiences of the past twelve months that come to the forefront of my mind.
Yesterday, May 21, I finished my third half marathon. With over 27,000 finishers, the Airbnb BK Half is the biggest half marathon in the US– it’s so popular that registration for spots sold out in 52 minutes this year. For me, this was a high-energy, fun, yet very painful one. Let’s get into, shall we?
This week I’m sharing my thoughts on the $120 million invention called Juicero. Known as the Keurig of juicers, it was invented by juice extraordinaire Doug Evans. It is sleek, smart, and will cost you an arm and a leg. How it works: Insert the package of organic fruit/veggies (shipped to you by the company) … More Juicero: useful or excessive?
This post is about something I’ve kept to myself for a long time. I haven’t outwardly told anyone, not even close friends or family, about this thing I’ve been doing every day for the past few years. I’ve been too embarrassed to admit my weaknesses and anal retentive habits out loud. Even writing this now … More Letting Go of Calorie Counting
If you want to start cooking more frequently and healthily but don’t know where to start, roasted veggies are a fantastic option. Whenever I’m unsure of what I want to make for dinner or am too lazy to try something new, roasted veggies are always there for me. Reliable, delicious, and versatile, there’s no reason … More The best roasted veggies in 5 steps