My sister, my dad and me on the Brooklyn Bridge last summer.
Today I’m sharing something unlike anything I’ve ever shared here on Hungry Runner before.
Today I’m sharing a story, or rather, inviting my dad to share his story, about what I feel is a truly incredible transformation. A journey that shows just how powerful eating well and exercising can really be. And also how healthy living doesn’t have to be crazy complicated, the way it’s sometimes made out to be.
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“Running never gets easier, you get stronger.”
I want you to keep this quote in mind as you embark on this new journey to make running a part of your life.
The first thing you should know is that you’re going to have A BLAST. If you follow this guide (which includes a free 6-week “couch to 5K” plan — see below) and you consistently put in the work it takes to build running strength and endurance, you will slowly but surely start to FEEL like a runner. … Read More
When I decided to quit Whole30 on day 12, it wasn’t an easy decision to make. OK, let’s be real, in the grand scheme of things this is not even that serious of a matter at all, but since I know people will be researching Whole30 deciding whether or not to do it or whether or not they should stick with it until the end, I’ll share my experience in the hopes that it can be of help. … Read More
I would PR in a race where I did very little planning and no specific training.
Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been running and putting in the work over the last two months. But I was not training specifically for a 10K and I signed up for this race, the NYRR Mini 10K, pretty last minute simply because I love the race and wanted to test out where my body is at post-NYC Half Marathon. … Read More
I am DYING for summer to just get here already. I’m pretty sure most if not all of you feel the same way.
It feels like this weird, not-so-sunny, quasi-spring we’ve had here on the East Coast just won’t make way for warmer weather.
While I was doing laundry the other day — which obviously consists mostly of running clothes — I pulled one of my long-sleeve fleeces from the basket to toss in the machine and said to Mark, “It’s depressing that I’ve had to wear this recently.” … Read More