Get Inspired: Eric from DirtyOldSneakers

One great thing about running is definitely the community that comes with it and the super interesting people you meet and spend time with just because you have the same passion for running. New York City is the best city to literally run into the most inspiring athletes. Just one run in Central Park will boost your motivation like crazy. One of them is Eric [...]
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7 Common Half Marathon Mistakes

My perfect trail
One of my clients is running his first half marathon very soon. Actually he is super scared that his race will go horribly wrong. We had a quick chat at a coffee shop last week about the 7 common half marathon mistakes that could happen to him. How you can avoid screwing your race? Read this: So first of all, racing is fun. Nobody should feel [...]
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The 5 best carbohydrate sources for runners

Fuel up your tanks before or after your runs with the best carbohydrate sources for runners. Reap their performance benefits and let them help you to recovery fast. These are my 5 secret carb booster which I eat almost every day. 1. Bananas To me personally my power food before a race. I cannot eat too much before a race, so most likely I have a [...]
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NYC Half Marathon Review

NYC Half Marathon Review
Today 20.000 runners were ready to race the streets of Manhattan. The NYC Half is a big race – you know that when you sign up for it. Of course I will do a complete NYC Half Marathon Review for you guys. So first of all: luckily we didn't get more snow, the roads were clear so there was nothing that stopped us from running the 13.1 miles in [...]
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My ab workout routine

ab workout routine
Do your have a ab workout routine? Most runners have the privilege to have a strong core through running already. The way your body is moving while running is training your whole core. Strength training and core workouts go hand in hand with running. (more…)
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How hard we actually work

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Last week I was talking about my reasons for running and how much hard work I put in to crush my goals. We all know that running is good for our health and makes us feel good about ourselves. But do you know the numbers? I've pointed out some fun statistic about running which show how hard we actually work. TWENTY Number of weeks it takes [...]
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Track time: My day at the Armory NYC

The Armory NYC
When I received the invitation from the Armory Foundation NYC to join them at the NYRR Night Series I felt super excited. Every runners heart beats for events like that, right? Well, my heart wasn't always beating for track and field to be honest. Back in the days a place like the Armory NYC could have never impressed me so much like it does today. [...]
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Energy Boost Before Your Workout

No matter if you're a runner or a bodybuilder, yoga lover or a cyclist. We are all facing the same problems once in a while when we feel tired too much of the time. We would like to have more energy. No surprise there. With information overload, economic concerns, and the generally accelerating pace of life, many of us feel that our tanks are often low. Boost [...]
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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 phrase but do you follow it? Overnight oats for runners is [...]
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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 Germany - it was more to burn some extra fat [...]
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