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?
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
I am doing things a little differently for this post. I decided to do an audio recording of my Q&A instead of writing out my answers. I hope you take a listen, and please let me know what you think of this format!
I hated running for most of my life. So when I accidentally made it a hobby a few years ago (you can read about how I got into running here), I didn’t exactly know what I was getting myself into. Now that I have a bit more experience and a good amount of ups and … More 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started Running
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.
This is a collection of the thoughts I jotted down in my phone during my recent week-long solo trip to Guatemala. In taxi from Guatemala City to Antigua (day one): The city looks super run-down Gas stations every few hundred meters (why?) There is a Walmart here, which makes me irrationally upset.
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
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?