yoga

With two marathons under my belt and zero injuries, I thought I would share my secret to staying healthy. I was always afraid to begin training for one because I thought an injury was inevitable. Luckily, I was wrong with some planning. #1. Yoga   As soon as my schedule squeezed yoga out of my […]

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The weather recently has kept many of us indoors more than we like. Thank goodness for the few studios staying open and availability of online workouts! As many of you know, I am training for the Boston Marathon. To stay injury free, it’s super important for me to take yoga classes one or two times […]

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Chapters of My Life

August 7, 2014 · 8 comments

If you noticed I haven’t been posting as much this week, that is because I’m on a mini vacation with my family in Cape Cod. My brother’s family flew in from LA on Tuesday night and I drove down with my sister and her family yesterday. When it rains on the Cape, there is a […]

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New Yoga Studios in Boston

November 21, 2013 · 1 comment

Over the past few months, a number of new fitness studios have opened up in Boston and in it’s surrounding towns, three of which are yoga studios. I like to do Yoga at least once a week. I use the time to move my body on a recovery day, stretch and clear my head. Not […]

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How I motivate myself

September 26, 2013 · 7 comments

Things that motivate me to lose weight include photoshoots, weddings and money. I haven’t hosted a DietBet since before the 4th of July and I haven’t done one myself in over a year! All that is changing starting October 2nd. I’m hosting my 5th DietBet that will end the Wednesday before Halloween. After ignoring the […]

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My arms are killing me

September 23, 2013 · 9 comments

This weekend, I began a new little journey. I started training to become a Barry’s Bootcamp instructor. I feel like I’m in double sessions again. On Saturday, we read through our manuals and were put through a full class. I woke up Sunday morning with my biceps screaming at me. Just one 3 minute interval […]

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My memorial day started a little later than most and was dedicated to my triathlon training primarily. On Saturday, I woke up and went for a swim using a workout that Josh Crosby gave to me. Marni, one of the Oakley gals, is also a triathlete and gave me some pointers so I was excited […]

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If you would like to donate to one of the relief funds for the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombings, here are a few suggestions: The One Fund set up by our Mayor and Governor – http://onefundboston.com/ Owner of the Patrios will match the first $100K donated – http://special.patriots.com/offers/index.cfm?UUID=NEPCFDonations One of the first funds set […]

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On my list of studios to visit was CorePower Yoga. I first heard about this mega studio on the Oakley Women’s Summit from Lacey Calvert. She is an instructor and also helps train new teachers too! It was fate that her 8:30 AM CorePower Yoga Sculpt: Heated Power Yoga with Weights in Costa Mesa fit […]

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Yesterday was one of the coldest days in Boston that I can remember in a long time. The past couple years, for some reason, I’ve been out of town when the temperatures felt below zero. This called for wearing my ski jacket to work! I was sent a pair of Jaybird earbuds which are Bluetooth […]

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