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    Running and Traveling with VerveRider

    Running and Traveling with VerveRider+

    Whether I’m commuting on the subway, completing a training run, or traveling for a race, I’m constantly in motion. And while I want to listen to music or podcasts on the move, it can be difficult with devices or cords in the way. The VerveLife team at Motorola recently introduced me to VerveRider+, my answer to hands-free transit and training. It’s perfect timing with marathon training underway and a trip to Los Angeles this week.

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    Favorite Central Park Running Routes

    Favorite Central Park Running Routes

    Now that I’ve moved to Brooklyn, I feel comfortable sharing the routes I most frequently ran while living in the Upper East Side. These five routes range from 3-6.2 miles and all loop through Central Park. I’ve run each of them countless times while training for races over the last 2.5 years. If you live in New York, I hope they inspire you mix up your routine. If you live elsewhere, keep them in mind for training while visiting the city. I’m planning to run from Brooklyn to Central Park during marathon long runs to get my fix this fall.

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    Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

    Staying Hydrated During Marathon Training

    It’s officially summer, and temperatures are rising. This weekend, I move to Brooklyn. Next weekend, I begin training for the New York City Marathon. I’ve been working with Matt Wilpers to finalize my training plan. While I’ll be training at the hottest time of year, I’ve been focusing on hydration more than usual. It’s the perfect time to introduce my partnership with Propel. New Yorkers, keep reading for how you can get involved!

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