Checking in on Dirty Old Sneakers

Especially during times like this, the running community is more valuable than ever for me which is why I sat down (virtually) with Eric (Dirty Old Sneakers) to discuss new goals, fears and how to adjust to a time where people have to keep a 6 feet distance. I asked Eric, who on his social channels (check out his amazing YouTube Channel) discusses everything running, cycling [...]
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The Importance of Life Coaching for runners

This is a guest blog post from my dear friend Carlos Patterson, who is an Ultra Marathoner, Writer and Life Coach in New York City. I invited him to share his thoughts on a topic that is oftentimes not discussed too much in the running scene. Mental Health, mindset and the importance of habit change as an athlete. A life coach like Carlos helps you [...]
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4 Secrets to Balance Work, Life, and Running

Working a full-time job, being an entrepreneur, training for multiple marathons a year, taking care of your family, going to the gym religiously, being a good friend, and constantly seeking personal growth... Trying to simultaneously balance these can really take a toll on you. I am often asked: "how do you do it all?" If you struggle with balancing work-life, personal-life, training or exercising, please [...]
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My Story

Sabrina Wieser
Welcome to my blog. I'm so glad you are here. I know, we all have our own stories that make us who we are and why we are doing the things we are doing. So here is my story: Growing up I wasn't athletic at all. I gave my very best not attending any gym classes in school. In my late 20's I discovered the [...]
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Eliud Kipchoge breaks the barrier

Eliud Kipchoge Sub 2 marathon
It happened! On October 12th, 2019 the World witnessed sports history. Eliud Kipchoge accomplished his lifetime goal of a sub-2 hour marathon, which was the first-ever accomplished by anyone, ever. Eliud accomplished this in Vienna, Austria at the Ineos 1:59 Challenge. This was a sponsored event that was established for the sole purpose of seeing Eliud break the 2-hour barrier.  Eliud Kipchoge is now the holder [...]
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My Road to the 2019 Berlin Marathon

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The 2019 Berlin Marathon is this week, and the months of training are about to pay off! I didn’t finish Berlin like I wanted to last year, but after some adjustments in my training, and some really great nutritional products to keep me going, I am confident and feeling as strong as I’ve ever felt.  I am so excited to share my story about just [...]
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Mental strength in running

mental strength in running
“It all starts in your mind” – We all heard this phrase before. But have you ever thought about how much your mind really affects your running performance? Marathoners know the mental strength in running. There is no such thing than a great mindset. Heading to a race with all positive thoughts means you’re half way through the race. It’s that simple. I’m a strong [...]
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Did not finish

Training for a race is your journey to the start. This starting line is something you've been waiting for. A goal that you've been wanting to accomplish. You hear the gunshot and you're off to your race. Not all races are meant to be finished though. The more you're racing the higher the possibility of not finishing one.  Have you ever thought about it? Or [...]
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Fit on vacation

stay fit on vacation
You want to stay fit on vacation? Don't let your upcoming trip screw your diet and training goals. It is absolutely possible to go on vacation, enjoy yourself and stick to your diet as much as you can.  If you're usually going on vacation to completely lose it and you don't care about your diet and training, this article isn't for you. Do I run while [...]
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