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New York Road Runners
Habitual Routine
On Season Two of Habitual Routine, join New York Road Runners staff Annick Lamar, Roberto Mandje, and Shaquana Bell as they discuss the literal and figurative steps forward and backward on the current runner journey. Now a year into the global pandemic, running and racing have been an outlet, an obstacle, a gift, a curse—a fluid process of ebbing and flowing.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 21 ratings
Great sustainability tips
Can’t wait to run more sustainably!
SRubinroit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/22/21
Coach Annick and Roberto provide amazing information with great interviews and conversations. Even if you never run a marathon there’s so much you can take away from this podcast.
Scott Morano via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/02/20
Love this!
So fun!
EmilyEGaines via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/18/20
Recent Episodes
In celebration of Global Running Day, we share why the world runs—literally. Annick, Roberto, and Shaquana share stories from runners across the globe covering all seven continents (and even dabble in some outer space running from our friends at NASA) to explore the many reasons why humans...
Published 06/02/21
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, on episode seven the NYRR team discusses the integration of running into your current mental health and wellness regimen and how and why it’s important for you as a runner and a person. In our “how” section, Coach Annick and Coach Roberto chat...
Published 05/19/21
In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, on episode six the NYRR team discusses how community activists are using running as a vehicle to support and protect the AAPI community and explores the why behind the historic legacy of two-time New York City Marathon champion...
Published 05/05/21
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