Monthly Workout Round Up – Treadmill Workout

Need a treadmill workout? Here are 6 workouts to get you through your next indoor running session!

Here we are in a brand new year and we have one last monthly workout for runners round up to share. In case you missed them, every month 6 of us running bloggers have been sharing workouts for runners with a different theme every month. Turns out 2016 kind of got away from us, so today we're sharing our last round up post of treadmill … [Continue reading]

In Defense of Grains – The Rungry Health Coach

In Defense of Grains - The Rungry Health Coach

Welcome to this month's guest post from Beth Roessner, aka The Rungry Health Coach! Today Beth is offering a defense of grains. Why have they become enemy number one recently? And what do you need to know about grains in your diet?  And don't forget to catch up on Beth's previous posts, Pre- and Post-Run Nutrition Tips, and The … [Continue reading]

Fitness Gift Guide

Fitness Gift Guide - all the best gifts for the fitness lover in your life. Perfect for birthdays, Christmas, Hannukah, or any special occasion.

It's officially holiday season and I'm bringing you a fitness gift guide for the best gifts for all the fitness lovers on your list. And even though we're fast approaching Christmas and Hannukah, these are gifts you can bookmark for special occasions throughout the year, for birthdays or to congratulate someone. You can also send it to people as a … [Continue reading]

Monthly Workout Round Up – Favorite Workout

Monthly Workouts for Runners Round Up - our favorite strength and running workouts. 6 awesome workouts designed by runners, for runners.

Time for another monthly workouts for runners round up! This month we have a really fun theme - Nellie, Angela, Sarah, Laura, Allie and I are sharing our favorite workouts. They're all different, but they're what we - runners, coaches, trainers - use as our go to workouts, whether for running or strength training. I have so many favorite … [Continue reading]

3 Breathing Techniques for Relaxation

3 Breathing techniques for relaxation. Stressed and find meditation difficult? Try these breathing practices for stress relief.

Meditation has amazing effects on the body, including blood pressure and immune function. There are so many options available for meditation, from apps, to classes, to online videos. I don't know if this is the same for everyone else, but I find the pressure to 'clear my mind' becomes almost debilitating any time I've tried to … [Continue reading]

5 Best Foods for Runners

The 5 Best Foods for Runners - how many of these super foods are in your diet?

Welcome to this month's guest post from Beth Roessner, aka The Rungry Health Coach! In case you missed Beth's first post, check out her tips for pre- and post-workout fueling here. Today Beth is sharing the 5 best foods for runners - how many of them do you eat? 5 BEST FOODS FOR RUNNERS Runners love food, and they are always … [Continue reading]

5 Ways Spectating or Running a Race Can Renew Your Faith in Humanity

5 Ways Spectating or Running a Race Can Renew Your Faith in Humanity

This past week has been a tough one in this country. Rather than the election signaling the end to tensions and weariness with political back and forth in the media and among friends and family, I'm sure I'm not alone in having my social media flooded with arguments, despair, fear and hope. I've written before about the beauty of the starting line … [Continue reading]

Thrive by GoMacro Review and Giveaway

Thrive by GoMacro Review and Giveaway

There are a ridiculous number of snack bars available these days - half of the snack aisle of my local supermarket is completely dedicated to granola and protein bars. How are you supposed to make a choice faced with so many? You guys already know I'm a fan of GoMacro, so when they reached out to tell me about a brand new product they've … [Continue reading]

High Five Friday

High Five Friday - sharing all the good stuff from the week to start off the weekend with some positive vibes!

This weekend was always one of my favorite weekends of the year in NYC...Marathon weekend! I've been seeing posts all over social media from my excited runner friends getting ready to tackle the 5 boroughs in 26.2 miles and like I mentioned in my post this week about not racing, I am already feeling chills thinking about all the marathoners getting … [Continue reading]

On Not Racing

On Not Racing - what happens when a runner stops racing and keeps running?

Moving to Vermont from NYC has been a culture shock in a lot of ways. Something that I always took for granted living in New York was the abundance of races on offer every weekend. There was always something to sign up for, always something to train for. Thanks to the NYRR policy of offering guaranteed NYC marathon entry to anyone who volunteered … [Continue reading]