Running in New York City

Running in New York City

Running in New York City is one of the greatest things you can experience as a runner. It’s truly amazing and the running routes in New York are breathtaking, also challenging and give you some local flavor if you want to. From running in Central Park to crossing the Brooklyn Bridge New York has you […]

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Running Coach NYC

Running Coach NYC

Running Coach NYC You are new to running or you are looking for a professional coach to customize your next training plan? Having me by your side as a running coach in NYC will immediately effect your training success. I’ve worked with running beginners and pro level runners and they all have stoped wondering if they […]

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How to learn a language while running

Running and lifting

It’s no secret that exercise improves your brain, but is it possible to learn a language while running? Studies continue to reveal that regular exercise, the kind that puts you out of breath and makes you sweaty, literally boosts the size of the hippocampus.

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How to recover after a half marathon

recover after a half marathon

Recover super quick after a half marathon! One week after the NYC Half I’ve bounced back to training while still feeling thrilled by this amazing race. Being able to be back in training 100% only 6 days after a race like feels great for your morale but also means you know how to rest and […]

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About the love for running

Love Running Quotes

Valentine’s Day last week made think about love in my life. Who do I love and why…and also who I do not love. I spent hours of reading online about love and studied love running quotes. I realized that a day like this is not just for a significant other; it’s a great time to include your best […]

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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 […]

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Tips For Traveling Runners

Traveling Tips For Runners

No matter if you’re going on a business trip, you’re going on vacation or you’re participating in a destination race: Traveling as a runner can be tough. I’m leaving to Germany this week. YES! The struggle is real. I’ll have to adjust to climate, altitude and time zone changes and also deal with lack of sleep and […]

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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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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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