Since it’s the end of a big running month, we took a moment to do what we do best… eat chicken wings, drink cheap beer and talk about our website. It’s really hard to believe that we went live just 2 months ago. We wanted to thank you, our readers, for everything. We wanted to share 3 things have happened a lot quicker than we thought:…Read More
Bonjour Mes Amis!
Freshly back from biking through the vineyards of Provence for my husband’s birthday, we had rolling hills, spectacular vistas, delicious wine, croissants every morning and 100 degrees every day. The heat made riding difficult …. but for me…. not so much- the benefits of hot yoga follow us everywhere!
If you think doing hot yoga in the summer is silly or dosn’t make sense, think again. …
One debate we love having with other runners is talking about our favorite local races. Whether its a stunning course or one in which we notched our PR, every runner has strong convictions about what race is the best. Later this week, we will be unveiling our Top 10 Races in NJ (which we expect will insight some passionate debate). Before we put the finishing touches on our list, feel free to E-Mail us (http://runjersey.com/contact-us/) and let us know your thoughts. Perhaps you can sway the jury about the race you love before we finalize the list.…Read More
There’s no other way to put it. Most of us have experienced either first or second-hand how devastating it can be. Even for those fortunate enough to come away with their lives, the experience affects them and their loved ones for ever.
My most recent encounter with the cancer beast has come in the form of a brain tumor that decided to grow on the inside of my uncle’s skull. He’s lucky enough to have caught it before it had the chance to spread too far. After some brain surgery and a month of radiation, he now gets to undergo chemotherapy.…Read More
We Want More Night Runs!!! Got it? The RunJersey team just ran the ETS Firecracker 5K in Lawrenceville and we were reminded of 1 important fact: Runners love the night races.
We currently have a trend in the running scene in which new types of races are the biggest craze. Things like Mud Runs, …Read More
We could not be more excited to unveil our newest feature: Ask The Dr. with Dr John Connors.
Dr. Connors is a Podiatrist based in Little Silver who has worked closely with Olympic champions and world record holders. He even served as the team Podiatrist for the US Track & Field Team at the London Olympic games. And now he is At Your Service to answer any running questions you have.
If you have any questions for the Ask The Dr. simply Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org & we will post Dr. Connors’ responses regularly.…Read More
By Jen Portman
As a yoga teacher and studio owner, I hear this all the time – especially from athletes. Despite what you think, yoga is not just for bendy teenage girls or skinny granola-crunching guys. It is something everyone can do – and should do. Particularly if you are very inflexible. Not having full range of motion …Read More
A big thank you to one of our first sponsors, Marie Noglows of Woodward Realty Group in Rumson. We first met Marie 4 years ago in our Couch Potato to 5K class and she has been a runner ever since. A huge supporter of your favorite website, Marie is a runner, cheerleader for us and all-around awesome person. If you are buying or selling and if it’s a Mansion, Apartment, Shack or House, be sure to …Read More
This week, more than 3,500 athletes from all over the country descended on Mercer County, NJ for a celebration of sports at its best. It has been nothing short of inspiring to watch these athletes compete throughout the week. It’s been especially rewarding to watch our homegrown NJ talent take it to the rest of the nation. The track events occurred all week long on the campus of Princeton University with distances ranging from the 100 meter to the 5,000.…Read More