January 2017 Goal Call

Running in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Hello hungry friends and happy 2017! I hope your year is off to an excellent start and that you’ve already begun to log lots of miles (if that’s what you want to do, that is)!

My 2017 has been good so far, but I’d be lying if said getting back into an early-morning workout routine after almost 2 weeks of vacation hasn’t been a struggle. So that’s definitely something to work on!

And speaking of working on things, that leads me to the gist of today’s post. Read More

A Year Of Running: All The Best Things About 2016

Hungry Runner 2016 Best Nine

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! Read More

Orangetheory Fitness Review: Hungry Runner’s Take On Heart Rate Training

Orangetheory Fitness

For a health and fitness blogger living in New York City, I’m a very slow adopter of new workouts, so it’s only fitting that it’s taken me this long to finally try Orangetheory Fitness: a group personal training workout class that promises to keep your body burning calories for up to 36 hours after the workout — or as they call it, “the afterburn.” Read More

How To Get Motivated For Running Outside In Winter

Running Outside in the Winter

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. Read More

Ted Corbitt 15K: Race Recap

Ted Corbitt 15K NYC Central Park

Last Saturday I ran the NYRR Ted Corbitt 15K in Central Park. This was my first post-NYC Marathon race.

I took at least two weeks off of running following the marathon. I eased back into running with two or three short, easy runs the third week after the marathon and then directly after that I was abroad in Scotland for a week. There I got to run three times (three to five miles each) and at a very leisurely pace. Read More

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