Find Your True North

Our community is constantly looking for the right tools—the right routine, the right nutrition, the right mindset—to live active, energized lives. Together with adidas, we collected tips, recipes, and advice from Wanderlust 108 yoga teachers and run leaders on how they operate at their peak performance every day. Dive in! And discover the formula that fuels your journey. 
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Spice Up Your Running Routine

Just add friends!

Some of my favorite workouts have been the ones where I’m not going at it solo.

Whether you’re mixing up your workout with cross-training or grabbing some miles while catching up with buddies, the camaraderie that comes from sweating with other people is underrated!

Jennifer Hellickson

Jennifer Hellickson

Change up your running route!

I try to rotate every single week.

This makes the time fly and miles zoom by. 🙂

Christine Abramo

Christine Abramo

I like to run the Harvard Stadium stairs with November Project in place of an interval run.

It’s incredibly intense, challenges different muscle groups, and easily the hardest workout in town.

You lunge up the big steps and run down the small steps with quick feet as you recover. Your calves and quads will feel it for days!

Jana Ross

Jana Ross

Change your route, routine, or training partner at least once a week to let yourself get excited of doing something in a new way.

Nadia Ruiz

Nadia Ruiz

When my running routine begins to feel a bit boring I’ll research some trails I’ve never been to, grab a friend and make a day trip of trail running some place new and beautiful.

Kate Buntenbach

Kate Buntenbach

I love to run destination races (my favorites include Miami, New Orleans, Utah, Chicago, and LA) or pick new local running routes to try out.

Destination races are a fun way to explore different areas of the country and add to your vacation time!

Jane Mellors

Jane Mellors

I put on a killer playlist that alternates between one heavy, hard-hitting song and one chill song.

Here’s what that looks like:

• 20-minute warmup
• 1 song ON (tempo pace) / 1 song OFF (recovery pace) — x3
• 10-minute cool down

Gina DiCello

Gina DiCello

Music is EVERYTHING to me…and physical goals.

It doesn’t take much more than a challenging goal for the day and a new playlist to fire me up for a run.

Alli Forsythe

Alli Forsythe

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