Kids are running!

Finisher for his first scored race (1.5 mile)! Kid races are just too cute. She got to race the next weekend. He raced too. These youth races are organized by the New York Road Runners. … [Read more...]

One More Mile and the Cookie’s History!

Establishing healthy habits in kids is no easy task. But it’s more important than ever, considering the gamut of health problems caused by inactivity – from poor mental and emotional resilience to disabling and fatal diseases. Like other families, we’re constantly challenged to stay active. How do we encourage kids to make a habit of integrating movement into daily life, a basic skill that affects so many aspects of mental, emotional and physical well-being? It’s an exercise in creativity to make physical activity routine, while at the same time creating memories and strengthening our relationship with them. And how do you make that habit stick? While we love organized sports, it's a significant commitment. The kids are … [Read more...]

The bane and beauty of running

It's said that life begins at the end of your comfort zone. I've followed my dad’s footsteps in this one, and for running it certainly holds true. I run. I run for that “me" time. I run for that clear-headed exhaustion at the end. I run for the physical and health benefits. And I run to eat cookies. This winter I was out the door pre-dawn at least five days a week. I love when the city is mostly asleep and the darkness makes it picturesque. It’s just me, the fruit stand and coffee cart vendors, bus drivers and deliverymen. From mild mornings to the cold rains and driving sleet, these tranquil moments belong to few. I love running in below zero temps before sunrise; it is so reviving when that polar chill cuts through my base … [Read more...]

#Scene on the running route #JoggingNYC

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