There are 93 days until the NYC Marathon. Past NYC marathon runners: How did you do it?! How did you train in this miserable heat? Send advice!
Last weekend we escaped to Maine to visit Acadia National Park. We LOVED it. I wrote about hiking and biking in Maine. Check out those posts here:
Hiking in Acadia: Beehive Trail, Gorge Path Trail and The Great Head Trail
Biking the carriage roads in Acadia National Park
Here’s the full recap from week four of marathon training:
Happy Friday, friends! Did everyone have a nice Memorial Day Weekend? What’d ya get up to?
A few things before we get started. Feeling stressed? I enjoyed this post from The Blissful Mind on how to calm anxious thoughts. On a similar topic, my pal Ali Feller wrote an article for Well & Good that’s well worth a read: “The (very controllable) reason you might be more stressed than you were three years ago.”
Now, on to last week’s workouts:
Three years ago, at age 29, I could not ride a bike. Since then I’ve competed in a Duathlon (Run-Bike-Run), biked in foreign countries (Iceland, Colombia), and logged miles on Manhattan’s busy streets.
I wouldn’t believe it was possible so I wanted to share the story of my journey.
Vintage mini bikes are one of the most sought after vehicles on the market today. They are classic pieces that have stood the test of time and are worth the money spent to purchase them. When you are on the market for one of these mini bikes, it is important that you take your time and be thorough about what you’re looking for. Just like a vintage vehicle, if you do not carefully shop for it, you might end up getting a very low quality product that won’t last you long. Here are some great ideas for what to look for when shopping for your vintage mini bike:
Here’s the story of how I learned to ride a bike:
Athleisure Mag invited me to try IMAXShift a new spin studio in Dumbo. I was not paid to write this post, but I was invited to attend this event and class for free.
IMAXShift is a hip new spin studio in Dumbo. They have a unique take on the traditional 45-minute cycling class. The bikes are set up stadium-style, facing a giant, Imax screen.