Recently my husband and I flew to the Aeroflex-Andover Airport. The Aeroflex-Andover Airport might be my new favorite general aviation airport because it’s walkable to Kittatinny Valley State Park. It’s less than a half mile from the airport to Kittatinny Valley State Park and in fact owned by the NJ Forest Fire Service.
Recently I ordered takeout from the Sparta Classic Diner in Sparta, New Jersey. The same people own the Sparta Classic Diner as the Orangetown Classic Diner in Orangetown, NY (seriously a must go), Northvale Classic Diner and the Tenafly Classic Diner. All of these “classic diners” have been good and I had high hopes for the Sparta Classic Diner.
Brooks Hyperion Elite Shoe Review:
I had high hopes for the Brooks Hyperion Elite. As you can tell by the first line, the hopes weren’t exactly met. Shocking, because Brooks rarely doesn’t bring their A-game. It isn’t that I think the Brooks Hyperion Elite is a bad shoe, but I don’t know if I believe it’s a $250 shoe. Especially when the most similar shoes to the Brooks Hyperion Elite are racing flats which generally cost around $100.
As we enter the summer months, it’s guaranteed you’ll see more runners and characters on the road. Now with social distancing and gyms closed, many people have taken up the sport. Whether you know the runner, or don’t, you’ll begin to recognize many faces. Maybe you even fall into one of these categories (I know I do).
This follows suit from Exercisers You’ll See During Social Distancing. Take it with a grain of salt.
As it gets hotter and more humid, the next few product reviews are geared towards hydration and fueling. Many people are familiar with an energy gel. There are plenty of brands out there, but GU was the first. Innovation is all we know. GU created the first energy gel over 20 years ago. It also has the widest variety.
In short, energy gels replenish your depleted carbohydrate stores when running—any endurance athlete from runners to swimmers or cycling benefits from taking fueling during training and racing.