I’m nervous, excited, curious, and most of all…. Ready to sweat!
Because all through the month of May I’ll be channeling my inner Frank Underwood since the majority of my workouts will take place at CityRow, a new exercise studio here in New York that offers high intensity exercise sessions centered around, you guessed it, the rowing machine.
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This week I realized that living in New York City is going to be a huge test to my patience. One big, huge test, mostly being administered by tourists. Because when five four-person families, all headed to the museum of natural history together, push past you to board the C train, and then all stumble over you in unison when the train departs because they don’t know about the jolting nature of public transportation, and then deter you from actually getting off the train at your stop, (Which happened to be the same stop they were getting off at. Why weren’t they moving?!) it’s really hard to not scoff an “Oh my god” at them under your breath. … Read More
Saturdays were made for running 6 miles. At least that’s what I’ve discovered since moving to Manhattan. I mean, the loop around Central Park is almost exactly a 10K, so why wouldn’t I run around it every weekend, right? … Read More
At 8:30AM this morning, Breanne and I boarded the Staten Island Ferry with about 1,000 other runners from all over the world (That’s right. Not just runners from New York. Runners from all around. Some who traveled overseas to run the NYC Marathon today!) and headed across the bay to help out in one of the areas hit hardest by hurricane Sandy. … Read More
I ran in Central Park again today.
I clocked 3 miles in about 27 minutes.
Generally speaking, consistently holding a 9:16 minute mile is pretty speedy for me. Especially since I was just going out for a leisurely run. But I’ll tell you how and why I ran this run so quickly. … Read More