Marathon update

20 miles in the books – 1 month to go!

One of the benefits of long training runs has been exploring parts of the city I’ve never really seen before – especially on foot. In the past few weeks I’ve run over the 59th Street Bridge and the Triborough Bridge. I’ve run along the Hudson River to the Little Red Lighthouse. Today, we ran down the Hudson River to Battery Park and up the East River – essentially a partial loop of Manhattan!

As we ran past Chinatown, we saw a group practicing a fan dance – something so unique and definitely something I’d not have ever seen if I wasn’t training. It makes me look forward to race day when I get to see even more of my city!

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Author: Eric Goldberg, MD, FACP

I am a Board Certified Internal Medicine physician. I currently practice at and am the Medical Director of NYU Langone Internal Medicine Associates. Posts are my opinion and not medical advice or an official position of NYU Langone Medical Center.

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