Apr 25, 2013
On Monday, there was a memorial movement for those who suffered in Boston.
In respective cities across America, people organized large group runs with everyone wearing Boston colors, Boston themed signs… you name it, to show support for Boston. Pavement Runner began the movement and my friend Abbey organized the NYC group.
There were well over 300 runners and 2 or 3 news stations...
Feb 5, 2013
Do you like running? Do you also happen to like the most amazing hot chocolate ever created? Do you like arctic Winter weather? If you picked 2 out of 3 then the City Bakery Run is a must.
In true crazy runner spirit I planned on using the 5 mile City Bakery Run as the tail end of a longer run. My Marathon Sandwich starts in a few weeks and I would like to be a little bit ahead of the competition.
Jan 19, 2013
I love history, especially New York City history. I have studied it for 15 years, have countless books and vintage maps and should probably find a new hobby.
In today’s episode we are going to talk about The Central Park and running. (Did you know there is supposed to be a THE in front of it?)
The Central Park is a man made park designed by Olmstead and Vaux (who won a design competition) and opened...
Jan 9, 2013
Since Ironman NYC I have been kind of in a perpetual ‘off season.’ I mean, I run and occasionally ride my bike on the trainer, but for the most part I have been on triathlon vacation. I was really enjoying it up until right after Christmas…
Something happened to me a few days ago. I think I was fed up with the month of December being a total schmooze fest, with holiday parties and...
Jan 4, 2013
How do you end the year? Do you eat doughnuts? Oh, maybe you’re one of those people who like to run?
My crew combines the 2 into one harmonious blend of delicious exercise.
We met on the coldest day of the year thus far, it was a balmy 15 with wind chill. Abbe and I were the first to arrive and I suggested we huddle up next to the subway kiosk to gain shelter from the north wind. One by one our...