Happy Tuesday! It’s time for another edition of Tuesday Topics. This week’s Tuesday Topic: Brag Time! What are your most popular running related blog posts? You can write about this or any running related blog post. Remember to link-up with Kim and Zenaida and the bottom of this post!
Today’s topic allowed me to take a stroll down memory lane 🙂 I’m always surprised that some blog posts do so well, while others fall flat. Some of the posts in my top 5 surprised me but it’s all good as long as you guys love the content. Let’s see which posts made the cut!
This post is from 5 years ago but it remains one of my favorites so I was happy to see it on the list! It’s so difficult to get into the NYC Marathon via the lottery. Although the 9+1 program only really works if you live in or near NYC, it’s still a great way to secure your entry to the NYC Marathon. You also get the chance to run a bunch of different races in different locations which is something I really enjoyed as well. There’s also a volunteer requirement as well so it gives you a chance to give back to the running community and interact with other runners.
So many runners I know have this cookbook so it made sense to highlight some of my favorite recipes from the cookbook. Also, I’m not sure if I’m the only one that feels this way but sometimes I can get intimidated by cookbooks because there are so many options. Sometimes having a few recipes to try first makes it a little easier to digest.
To be honest, I was surprised that this post made the list. I was happy to share my experience with the app because it was a positive experience. The “bet on yourself” aspect of the app it great because it really makes you competitive with yourself. I still participate in StepBet games and it’s a great way to keep me accountable to make sure I’m moving enough throughout the day to get my steps in!
No surprise that a Peloton post made the list! I still stand by all of my reasons listed on this post, and I could probably add 10-15 more. Even if you don’t own a Peloton bike or treadmill, the app has SO many classes to pick from and there is truly something for everyone. Peloton is also a huge community of like minded people from all walks of life that are interested in fitness. Every week I meet new people through taking classes or social media and it’s been a great way to connect with others, especially this year!
Ahh I remember taking this program – so hard, but so worth it! The tabata program really made me feel much stronger on the bike. When I first started riding on the bike I was doing okay, but I knew that I could be getting much more out of my rides. The tabata program made me aware of how hard I could push myself in classes, and still survive, lol.
Tell me: What are some of your most popular running blog posts?
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