For the second time, I’m participating in Cycle for Survival. I wrote a pretty solid blog post last year (if I do say so myself). And now, I’m participating in the exact same event but I am going to write a whole new post because I think you deserve that, dear reader and potential donor.
If you know enough now that you’d like to stop reading and make a donation, please go ahead:
As you may know, Cycle for Survival is an indoor cycling event that raises funds to help cure rare cancers. Hopefully cancer has never impacted you or your family, but for those that cancer has touched, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) is an incredible resource, and often a literal lifesaver.
Happy Monday, guys! If you live on the east coast are you preparing for the blizzard that’s coming our way? How do you ready yourself? Do you have a go-to storm shopping list? I’m already stir crazy just thinking about the weather. I was going to bear witness to the madness at my local Whole Foods, but Matt assures me we can walk to Shun Lee in case of emergency.
New Yorkers: Do you order in during a storm? It’s a city-dwellers ethical dilemma.
Last week was a great one and it ended with my first-ever Cycle for Survival experience.
Hi pals! How was your week? Mine was pretty hectic.
It was a real treat to leave the city this weekend and head to Great Barrington. It’s pretty real how much a slower paced environment can chill you out.
Song of the week: “Jorge Regula” by the Moldy Peaches. You’ll be singing along in no time. This is a twee call and response jam.
This week’s fitness recap:
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.