Looking beyond New York City
Heart and S(e)oul
Don’t just “tough it out”; listen to your body and plan accordingly for hot, humid training days to prevent dehydration!
Here on, I look ahead to better balance the triad of the body, mind, and s(e)oul.
Hello, my stylish friends! Building a steady base for weekly mileage – little speedwork and more steady/long runs – inevitably increases my…
Already, I feel more energized when I start to later feel my pace quickening whilst breathing the crisp, dry air. The peace outside offers me space to gain clarity on the world around me.
So, let all follow the lead of Roxette and “join the joyride”. Cheers and happy holidays!
Turbulent, surreal, eye-opening—we could list a plethora of words to describe one hell of a year but let us instead circle back the good around us. However, many of us (myself included) also realized the extent that people went to show empathy and kindness.
I maintained a well-rounded diet and exercise regime throughout high school. However, no longer a three-season athlete, I let my routine slip during my freshman year in college. I regrouped during the summer before my sophomore year. The saying is true, in which “abs start in the kitchen”, but no longer were coaches regulating my habitual behavior; rather, I needed to be proactive to self-regulate both my diet and workout routine.
Fewer activities scream joy more than pounding the pavement and soaking in the last days of fall foliage.
I question when and if the world will face another opportunity for deep introspection. In the meantime, I remember to accept what I can and cannot control and how my decisions affect those around me.