I applied, got accepted, and started going back to school (across the country) in 2018, so I didn’t get to write as much as I would’ve liked to. Regardless, here are my favorite editorial bylines from the last 12 months. 1. Pushing for a PR Sabotaged Me. Here’s How Embracing Failure Led to Better Results
While spring races are wonderful, they also mean you must power through many cold weather runs. Of course, winter running isn’t easy. It’s difficult to get out the door when it’s cold outside—or worse, it’s snowing and/or there’s ice on the ground. That’s why it’s important to be prepared for cold weather runs and to
Choosing a running-related New Year’s Resolution can be difficult. As I started to think about what mine would be for 2019, nothing immediately came to mind. I feel like the most common running resolution is to achieve a personal record or personal best in a specific race distance. However, I feel like that run resolution
Three relevant reads for runners from the past week!
Inspired by Refinery29’s Money Diaries and The Cut’s Sex Diaries, welcome to The Runner Diaries, where we’re sharing a behind-the-scenes look into a week of training with runners of varying ages and abilities. We’re asking runners of every level, genre and distance (road vs. trail, endurance vs. speedsters, hobby joggers vs. elites) to share their
Back in July of 2014, I was working as an editor for a startup called Blood, Sweat and Cheers — a daily email newsletter focusing on fun, active and social things to do. It was my dream job out of college, and had it been profitable, would still be my dream job today. Our audience
Once again, I wanted to share with you some of the recent new and noteworthy running, triathlon, and food-related articles I’ve found while surfing the world wide web day in and out. (Okay, these are mostly running-related. Enjoy!). Study: Is Runger A Lie?! (via Runner’s World)
Over the past week, I’ve seen a bunch of interesting articles and blog post I’ve wanted to share. Here are the most interesting ones I’ve wanted to share with you all. 1. Gwen Jorgensen’s NYC Marathon recap
Two weeks ago, as I got ready to embark on my first PEAK workout of Ironman training season, my parents stared at me, quizzically, as I gathered the many materials, belongings and equipment I would need for the day’s brick: An 80-mile ride and subsequent 30 to 40-minute run. I was not in a good
When I found the listing for Escape the Cape, the fact that it was held in the town where I grew up spending my summers cinched the deal: I had to sign up.