Strong Muscles – Healthy Joints

Leg workouts for runners

It’s not a secret that one of the most important things a runner can do to prevent joint pain is to incorporate regular strength work into their training routine. Strengthening exercises condition muscles, tendons, bone and cartilage so that they can better tolerate the stress of running. I’m going to share my 5 best leg […]

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Leave the stress at home

Maybe your grandma is sick. Maybe your dog died. Maybe you broke up with you partner. Whatever the reason, when you have a bad day or week, your instinct is to lace up and work it out on the road? Welcome to my life. No matter what life throws at me running is my stress relief. A […]

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Overnight Oats For Runners

Overnight Oats For Runners

Never skip the breakfast. This is something I really had to work on when I started running and going to the gym regularly. Without breakfast you are effectively running on empty, like trying to start the car with no petrol! “Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince and Dine like a Pauper” – a well known […]

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Runners Stories: Brent & Kyle Pease

NYC MARATHON

Many people who run the New York City Marathon are aiming not just to finish, but to do it in a certain amount of time. But for others, it’s all about crossing the finish line, no matter how long it takes. A great example are Brent & Kyle Pease. Two inspiring athletes from Atalanta. Kyle, who has […]

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The best leg workout for runners

Running Coach NYC

It was a hot summer day when I met the Runtastic crew for an amazing collaboration in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Personally I use the Runtastic apps a lot, so I was super excited to record this fantastic video with Lunden Souza and her team. Leg workout for runners These 7 exercises are the key to strong […]

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Running NYC races

“The reason we race isn’t so much to beat each other but to be with each other” Christopher McDougall. Wise words and they are true. I’m not racing to beat anybody, I’m racing to do my own best and run in a big community. Running NYC races is the most exciting part of being a runner. […]

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My Story

Sabrina Wieser

Welcome to my running blog. I’m Sabrina and I’m a runner and just like you I also have my very own special story. Running and fitness has become a very important part of my life. About 4 years ago I started running on the treadmill (yes, I know – it’s like swimming without water) in my hometown in […]

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5 common running mistakes beginners make

NYC Running

Running mistakes: my favorite topic! When I think back at the time when I started running it reminds me of all the running mistakes I made as a running newbie. Running mistakes I should have known better if I would have done some research to avoid them. There is a lot you can do wrong when you […]

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It’s never too late: Running over 50

Running over 50

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 […]

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Bronx 10 mile 2016

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.

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