Finding My True North With My Face in the Ground

“Go ahead, put your face into the ground, the grass…smell the earth” Sometimes we get caught up in the motions, in the mundane, in the trivial. Then in a New York Minute, a yoga leader is instructing you to put your face in dirt. It was unexpected, and at first I was taken back. Where…

First Century, Well ACTUALLY 111 Miles

Last Saturday was my very first Century ride, and to be clear it was labeled a century ride when it was actually 111 miles. I know when you are going that distance what could 11 extra miles really mean??? Insert picture of David from above I am so lucky to have a great group of…

Who Won The Race?

Yesterday was the last day of the six week intense training program produced by Equinox called Equinox Training Camp or simply ETC. As I wrote in my previous post, I jumped at the chance to sign up for this three day a week boot camp style workout when it became available for one reason only……

Reassesment

There comes a time when you have to stop and reassess things so that you can improve and get positive results. When I saw the invite to join Equinox Training Camp/ ETC, I knew I was going to try my all to get in and stay committed. It was time to face the music, find…

Shaka Namaste.. It’s Paddle Board Yoga Time

It’s not the summer yet, but I wanted to make sure I was prepared this year. You see, last year I had high hopes to squeeze in “SUPing”. No that’s not short for WASSUP and there will be no frogs with long tongues in this post. Stand up paddle boarding is where its at kids…

What To Do When It’s Just Not a Running Day

My friend Hilary Topper recently brought up a great question in my Running on Long Island and More Facebook group… “Why is it that there are some days that you feel like you could barely do a mile and other days when you feel like you can run forever??? Any suggestions for those days that…