Hydration for Runners and Triathletes

Hydration for runners and triathletes is extremely important during workouts and races. Whether it’s summer or winter, fluids & electrolytes are lost during exercise and must be replaced in order to stay healthy and to be able complete your workout. … Continued

Running in the Cold

  If you live in an area where you get all four seasons, you most likely have a favorite season for running outdoors. If running in the cold is something you steer clear of, it’s just a matter of preparation … Continued

Running on Hills

  Love it or hate it, running on hills is inescapable. Yes, running on hilly terrain can be tough, but there are so many benefits! Including hills in your training helps you become a stronger runner and helps you develop … Continued

Running Through The Holidays

  This time of year can be hectic and adding training to our growing to-do list can be a challenge. Running through the holidays, or any kind of training, can be a stressful for anyone. But there’s one thing I want … Continued

Do Athletes Drink Soda?

A question was recently asked to a group I was with:Do athletes drink soda or Coca-Cola? So, do you think athletes drink soda? While the average non-athlete would quickly answer that question with a “no” because it’s an unhealthy drink loaded … Continued

Long Beach Island 18 Mile Run

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  I have two favorite places in this world, Lake Placid, NY (aka LP) and Long Beach Island, NJ (aka LBI). Actually, let’s change that to three and add Hawaii to the list. Lake Placid and LBI are just a … Continued