Tag: fitness

Trade Sweat for Swag at the Nike Fuel Box Vending Machine

I am a happy, proud Nike+ Fuelband owner, even if only for a few months. Accuracy issues aside, I’ve found that being able to track my daily activity to be a huge motivator to get off my ass and get moving. Just being able to see “GOAL” flash across my wrist after an intense workout at the gym or […]

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Stylish Spring Fitness Gear: Without Walls & Nike Flyknit Lunar 1+ Running Shoes

Sunshine and warmer temperatures are finally making their way to NYC, which means it’s the perfect time to get outside and get active. Aside from the endorphin rush and health benefits, I personally find that a great motivator for getting in a workout is some kick-ass fitness gear. While I’ve already given love to my […]

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NYRR Gridiron Challenge 2014

9+1 Marathon Training Begins: Pre-Super Bowl Cold Weather Running at the NYRR Gridiron Challenge

After cheering on a friend as well as dozens of other runners in last year’s NYC Marathon, I was overcome with emotion and inspiration. Seeing firsthand the drive and motivation in each runner’s eyes, the miles and months of training in each stride, the energy and support in each and every cheer: it’s moments like […]

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Rugged Maniac Post-Race

Resolutions, Restaurant Week, and Rugged Maniac

I’m afraid I’ve neglected this guy for a little too long, but with the New Year comes New Year’s resolutions, and one of mine is to follow through with everything I start. That includes my new workout regimen, cleaning my room, and of course, updating this blog. Not that I totally meant to ignore this. […]

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I Survived Warrior Dash Tshirt and Medal

I Survived Warrior Dash and had a Damn Good Time Doing So

Let me tell you, Warrior Dash was not easy. Even the journey to Windham Mountain in upstate NY was riddled with difficulty, like our car breaking down 15 minutes from the race site (luckily we were saved by a friendly fellow Warrior Dash participant – thank you “Utica”). In the end, we made it to […]

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