What to do when you just can’t “run every damn day.”
Check out my latest piece on Greatist.com: The 50 Best Races in America, State-by-State! Read it here.
To hold you over while I get my act together, here’s a review of The Mile High Run Club I wrote for Blisstree.com: To be honest, I’ve only ever been to one SoulCycle class. It was almost over a year ago, and all I remember thinking was that I couldn’t believe people paid upwards of
On Wednesday night I attended Chelsea’s new BFX Studio launch party, celebrating with an evening of complimentary classes, private training sessions, cocktails and giveaways. Of course, I signed up for a class–because, why not?–and chose the 7:15pm Fusion Ride with Juan. Split into two parts, the first half of the class was in the spin studio, then
My first experience with the Boston Marathon was my freshman year of college. I filled my Nalgene bottle (a necessity back then) with cranberry juice and vodka, and went to cheer on the runners with my friends. I clapped at strangers and wore a Yankees baseball hat, for which I was ridiculed for by several
Ain’t nothing wrong with acting like a bunch of animals… We’re all a little animalistic sometimes. Maybe there’s a huge appetizer spread out at an event, and you haven’t eaten dinner yet, so you attack it. Or maybe you got kind of drunk last weekend and performed some outrageous moves on the dance floor you
The other day I took an Animal Flow class at Equinox in Columbus Circle, NYC. I’ll write separately about that, but during class I couldn’t help but be distracted by something in front of me. “That girl’s shirt is sooooo cute!” Yep, I’m that girl. And while I’m not 100% sure what she was wearing (I’m
A few months back, I wrote a feature for Blood, Sweat & Cheers about a pay-what-you-can bootcamp in New York City (because not everyone who works out can afford Lululemon tops and SoulCycle spinning classes). The founder of The People’s Bootcamp, Adam Rosante, was great and answered my questions about the class with a turnaround
I run because it’s so symbolic of life. You have to drive yourself to overcome the obstacles. You might feel that you can’t. But then you find your inner strength, and realize you’re capable of so much more than you thought. —Arthur Blank I subscribe to the Spartan WOD emails not for the actual workouts
I first got the opportunity to meet Lacey Stone at an EPIC Treadmill event at the Empire State Building a few months ago. To be honest, I had not heard of Lacey before, but the idea of working out in the Empire State Building with a celebrity fitness trainer was an opportunity I couldn’t miss.