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
Over Labor Day Weekend, you may have seen me post about the Lake George Triathlon Festival on Instagram. Throughout the festival, Adirondack Race Management hosts a variety of various-distanced races (from the Olympic-distance bike and swim, to the all out half ironman event) in Lake George, New York. Last year, I competed in the event’s
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.
Check out all the #FITSPO tags on Instagram. Are these types of photos helpful? Harmful? Unrealistic? I’m asking for a story I’m writing for Greatist. Any help/comments would be SUPER appreciated.
My bike ride to Rockaway Beach with a complete stranger.
Even though I had accomplished my goal, my redemption race left me feeling more alone than ever.
I’ve come to love working out in the morning. Even though I have to physically drag myself out of bed and set three alarms so I don’t snooze through my wake-up call, exercising first thing in the morning sets me up for a better, more productive day. My workout always varies: Sometimes I run solo
2015 was a big year. Not just for my athletic endeavors, but also for my career and even my love life! Here’s what I’m most proud of accomplishing, and most excited about sharing, in 2015.
(This post was originally published on Thrillist — and was written by yours truly) Milk, for most adults, is more of a condiment than a main attraction: half-and-half in coffee, whole milk over cereal, and so on. Since you’re not guzzling glasses of milk like you did when you were 6, keeping it fresher for longer is