New week, new training schedule! I like to switch up my routine every month or so, and this is the one I’m currently following, courtesy of Runner’s World.
Just one of the fantastic perks of my job: getting free classes at SoulCycle for the month of April! But it certainly isn’t your run-of-the-mill spin class.
This song was written for runners. It not only pushes me to run farther and faster but reminds me to enjoy the scenery as I go.
Ever wonder what it’s like to endure 13.1 miles of pavement, sweat, blisters, fatigue, and sheer willpower? Wonder no more. Here are my thoughts on running the San Diego Half Marathon.
A few weeks ago, I ran the Los Angeles Color Run. And even though it was part of my half-marathon training, it taught me about a lot more than racing.
Sometimes I get so caught up in trying to compete with the person running next to me at the gym or the people I see out running in my neighborhood that I forget that my biggest competition is me.
Out of all the yoga mats I’ve used, this is hands down my favorite one. It’s not only incredibly comfortable and supportive but eco-friendly, too.
Having a destination always makes the journey a bit more fun for me. And when the destination is the world famous Hollywood Sign, so much the better.
For anyone who’s ever wanted to hit life’s reset button (like me), there’s nothing like a good run and a loud song to put things in perspective.
These sports bras meet every requirement I have for sports bras. Comfortable, check. Supportive, check. Fun colors, check. Inexpensive, check.