Hi guys! Summer is in full swing here in New York. It’s hot, humid and super sunny. I’m pretty into it.
Marathon training officially kicked off on July 3. I’m running the NYC Marathon in November. It’s my first-ever marathon. I’m using an 18-week training schedule based on Hal Higdon’s Novice 1 Marathon Training Plan. Check it out:
Matt helped edit the schedule to fit in some real-life things. For example, “CLASS” refers to the NYRR running class I am taking 6:30am on Tuesday mornings. It’s a class focused on speed work. I’m excited for it but 6:30am is SO EARLY to be running fast.
Have you run a marathon? What did your training plan look like?
All the workouts: July 3- July 9 (Marathon Training Week 1)
Having a fitness habit in NYC can be pricey. So when I hear about free opportunities to experience high-end studios, I like to share the wealth. (Exhibit A, Exhibit B).
It’s almost summer time, and who doesn’t want to get outside, get sweaty and pay $0 for a fitness class?
Every Tuesday night from May through August some of the top fitness studios are offering free classes outside in the Meatpacking District through the Sweat Sessions series.
View the full schedule here.
a little cold at first, so sporting a turtleneck.
Happy Monday! So yes, I fell off a treadmill. And it looked something like this:
I’ll tell the full story below in this week’s recap. So without further ado, this week’s fitness replay:
Hi all! Just popping in briefly to share some news. I was selected to be a NYCRuns ambassador. What does this mean for you? Race discounts on a ton of races in NYC! The team at NYCRuns gave me a handy promo code and I am excited to share the goods with you.
Use the code BC17NH at checkout and you’ll save $5 or $10. You can use the code as many times as you like.
NYCRuns produces races on behalf of organizations (usually charities) and also runs their own races. The discount code only works on NYCRuns races.
Here are some of the races coming up where the code applies:
After a week of skiing and running I wanted to make sure to rest before the Cherry Blossom 10 Miler. I try not to work out too much before a race and that makes this week’s recap a little light. Here is what I think about that:
Last week’s workouts: