Oh, Jenna. JennaBoo Auntie Nenna. Where were you this morning?! I patiently waited for you on my way to the workout at Tongva Park this morning. When I got your reply saying that you’d come to the 6:27 am workout, I thought
ICYMI – yesterday was the LA Marathon. We had roughly 20 NPers running and every single person destroyed it. Something that I didn’t fully grasp until I trained for a marathon myself is that running a marathon isn’t a science.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day you crazy wonderful fools!!!!!! Today also marks another important holiday for many members of the tribe: LA Marathon Eve Eve. There’s nothing like being surround by people crazy enough to run 26 miles to keep you
There was a fire missing from the tribe today. A fire only a certain redhead can bring. A fire that spices up morning workouts like Trader Joe’s ghost pepper flakes spice up any soup or sandwich. “There’s no way,” I
I don’t know about you guys, but I have a hard time exercising when I don’t know how far I’m going and/or how long I’m going. I get crazyyyy in my head (more-so than usual). I can be planking for
Happy birthday to us, NP LAX!!!!! This morning’s birthday celebration felt like the perfect culmination of everything that we are. Sweat was flying, the energy was poppin’, newbies had faces that reflected awe/terror/curiosity/joy as they got the shit hugged outta
We #justshowedup ready to prove our weatherproofness, but luckily the weathergods spared us this morning. Perhaps it was the influence of our ancestors, pleased with the oomph behind our hoisties, the perfect form of our push ups, the glorious dippiness
Thank goodness for Ben and Steve, because it never occurred to me that it wasn’t a good idea to run up and down Baxter this morning. Safety third, as we say. Maybe this is why I always have broken bones….
The biggest change I’ve noticed in myself since joining NP is the voice within my head when I work out. I used to force myself to run and do body weight exercises, but my brain was constantly telling me I
We knew the morning was off to a good start when we woke up Ron Pearlman’s lifeguard friend at 5 am. It only got better when Jesse and Bryan showed up in their official Sunrise 6k race uniforms. The small