Yes, to get started running is challenging (especially if you’re brand new). And even though it’s a fairly simple sport, it can also feel overwhelming since there’s so much information about it — from what type of sneakers to get to what types of foods to eat for optimal performance — available.
But while you’ll likely face a physical challenge when you get started with running, the actually getting started and figuring out the lay of the land part doesn’t have to be so hard!
I’ve been running with my Garmin Forerunner 235 for almost 4 months now, so I think it’s finally time to give this (awesome) sucker a full review.
Many of you have asked (via Instagram) what I think about the Garmin Forerunner 235, and my general response has been that I LOVE it! But many of you have also aske me to do a full, in-depth review, so … here it is!
To some the following statement might sound weird, but so far this winter I’ve already had the pleasure of being able to enjoy three or four snowy weather runs.
How can running in the snow be enjoyable, you ask? Well, it’s all about having the right gear. If you’re dressed right with the best winter running gear, running in the cold, and yes, even the snow (and even while it’s snowing) won’t feel like a drag.
It’s New Year’s Eve and I’m sitting in my Brooklyn apartment watching Gilmore Girls. I went for a run over the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges with Anna this morning and besides ordering some beauty products off of Amazon earlier, that’s about the only other thing I’ve done today.
A pretty sweet end to a pretty sweet year if you ask me!
Running in the cold: to many that phrase sounds pretty unpleasant. In fact, doing anything outside in the winter can sound pretty unpleasant. Especially when you have the choice of being warm and cozy inside.
But after spending some time with the “it’s too cold to run outside” mentality, I finally decided to at least give it a try and, to my surprise, found that it can be not just bearable, but actually enjoyable.