What everyone is saying about Brunch Running
bRUNch Running has been featured in a variety of publications and magazines including:
Well + Good, Map My Run, Runners World, POPSUGAR, Shape Magazine, Colorado Runner Magazine, Map My Run, 5280 Magazine, Westword, FITT Co, Bitches Who Brunch, Denver Business Journal, The Beer Necessities, FitLo Denver, Denver Life Magazine, Luscious Hustle Podcast, BTR Today, Edible Austin, and more!
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According to Cortney Logan, co-founder bRUNch Running, while exercise can certainly push you, motivate you, and make you physically stronger, the mental benefits, such as increased confidence, often outweigh the physical ones.
”[Working out] gives you that ‘I can attitude,’ reduces stress, and might even help you discover that ‘inner athlete’ talent that you never knew you had,” Logan explains. “By applying the traits gained from exercise, one can lose self-doubt and live a much happier life.
— Cortney Logan in Elite Daily
Wake up. Run. Brunch unapologetically. Those are the makings of pretty much every runner’s ideal Sunday. So Denver runners (and real-life buds) Cortney Logan and Alexandra Weissner decided to turn it into a regular thing.
The pair launched bRUNch Running (get it?) four years ago in their hometown of Denver, Colorado. Since then they’ve expanded to Boulder, Fort Collins, Phoenix, Austin, Houston, New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Washington, D.C. (with plans to add more cities) and draw between 30 and 160 people per event.
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TIME OUT NEW YORK
The eggs won’t be the only thing running at this brunch.
A group called Brunch Running is returning to the city on April 14 to stage 5K and 10K races that begin and end at a late breakfast hot spot somewhere in Manhattan. (So, no. You won't be stopping every half-mile to grab an avocado toast.)
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