Running over 50? Actually I know a lot of really good runners who are over the age of 50. One good example is a runner I met on my last race in Central Park. While I was waiting in front of the bathroom at my race last Sunday, I had the chance to talk to […]
Running New York City’s northernmost borough is always exciting although this race isn’t my favorite from all the ones the New York Road Runner are hosting. The crowd is amazing though. Since you running on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx 90% of the race you’re passing a lot of apartment buildings and the people go crazy in the Bronx. I love it. The 10 mile distance is great.
There’s always something big to see at Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Last century, the nearly 900-acre space played host to two World’s Fairs. On display on race day: an exposition of more than 10,000 runners taking on the NYRR Five-Borough Series: Queens 10K and the inaugural NYRR Queens 5K. I don’t know why, but this race is one of my most hated ones.
The internet is full of training for runners tips. I have learned a lot from a coach I spoiled myself with before the NYC Half 2016. That has helped a lot to learn more about my body and what I really have to focus on during training as a runner. My training is made for […]
One of my friends told me when I started running: “Oh no please, all you will become is super skinny! – Don’t do that do your body!” Well, he was right and wrong. Running sure does improve your health in many ways. It’s great for your soul and good for your well-being. But how is […]
I remember, when I first started running. It was more a mixture of running and walking, but I became better and better. To all the running beginners: The key is: Be patient and give your body all the time to adjust to the new workout you’re doing. This is a short guide for beginners. If […]