Class Review: SoulCycle

SoulCycle has revolutionized the fitness world ever since it opened in 2006, and its growth has not stopped. For those of you who don’t know about SoulCycle (have you been under a rock?) it is a cycling class that is much more than just moving your legs. It involves your whole body and is done…

4 Warm Weather Activities to do in DC Before the Summer Humidity Hits

Now that it’s finally April and warm weather is fast approaching, get out and explore all that DC has to offer:   1. Go kayaking! Spend the weekend with friends on the water! Boating in DC offers rentals at three locations: Key Bridge Boathouse (in Georgetown), Ballpark Boathouse (near the Nationals Stadium) and National Harbor….

13.1 and done.

Over spring break I traveled to San Diego with my parents to visit my older brother. The weekend we arrived we all ran the San Diego Half Marathon. After months of running in freezing temps, snowy conditions and waking up early before the sun rise, I can now say it was all worth it. Here’s…

Class Review: Tabata

For the past few weeks, I’ve been trying different forms of training in order to get my fitness level back to what it was in high school (#tbt). I’ve always been that annoying person at the gym who tries to do more reps or go faster than the person next to me. This is exactly what I did when…

Five Perks of Early Morning Running

  With internships and classes it can be nearly impossible to find an hour to devote to fitness. Between classes twice a week and an internship 3 days a week, I had to devise a plan to fit running into my schedule so I am (somewhat) prepared for the San Diego Half Marathon I am running in…

Back At It

Getting up after falling can be hard. Especially when the fall is not working out in a few months and getting back up is finally working out again. That kind of getting up sucks. Every time I get back into working out after a short (or sometimes long) break, I tell myself the same thing:…