Every time I worked out last week (10/25 – 10/31)

First off, congratulations to everyone who ran the NYC Marathon this weekend. I LOVED cheering for you this weekend. You are all so inspiring and I’m so proud of you!!

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cheering at mile 9

Without further ado, my week in review, which if you ran the marathon is a bit less exciting than yours 😉

Sunday: Didn’t work out.

Monday: 45 minute spin class at Flywheel. It was my first spin class in about six months. I played it careful because of my ankle but still got a great workout.

Tuesday: Physique 57: Mixed with Sarah H. My first class with Sarah and she had a kickass playlist. Into it.

Wednesday: Bandier x PureBarre collaboration: Bandier is a luxury athletic brand with an online store and locations in Manhattan and the Hamptons. They partnered with PureBarre for an in-store barre class (sans barre!) I’ve tried PureBarre once before, and didn’t love it, but this class was hard and I liked it.

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Thursday: Ran 4 miles during a NYRR running class. I switched to a slower pace group and had a lot more fun. Central Park was all a glitter in preparation for the marathon and it felt special just to be there.

Friday: “Spooky” Beats at Lyons Den Power Yoga. Love that place!

Saturday: I ran 5.5 miles ( 2+ miles to the starting line and then the Dash to the Finish 5K itself). This is such a great race because of the route: it starts at the UN and runs through Manhattan to get to Central Park. But it’s a very slow race because it’s incredibly crowded. I got there late thinking I could start running immediately but instead I got locked in with the walkers. Still such a great time because of the pre-marathon energy.

Dash to the Finish 5K

sorry for the proof!

I still have so much marathon fever (most emotional spectator ever?). Check out this list of celebs who’ve run the NYC Marathon (and their finish times)! Who did you beat?

Matt ran the marathon and he is so tired he just muttered “I wish I could watch TV with my eyes closed.”

If you ran the marathon, I can’t wait to read your recap! Hit me up with it on Twitter @colehaber.  Fingers crossed I join you running heroes next year.

2 Comments

  1. giannanicole22
    November 3, 2015 / 11:56 am

    I didn’t run this year – and after running 2013 and 2014 I was really excited to spectate again. Running the marathon always makes me emotional, I didn’t expect to get all the emotions cheering but I definitely did. A little of it was remembering how amazing it is to run but also reading people’s shirts who were running in memory of others or fundraisers – always pulls at my heart strings. NYCM is hands down my favorite day of the year in NYC!

    • November 3, 2015 / 12:19 pm

      agree completely! it’s such a good feeling to see 50,000 people accomplish something so incredible. think you’ll run it again?

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