Andie is an elite distance runner for the Raleigh Distance Project, InsideTracker, Athletes For Yoga, UCAN, and AltRed. Andie ran collegiately for NC State where she was a 2x10k All-American and HC-Kennet Female Athlete of the year award winner in 2012. She graduated with a degree in Civil Engineering and now works as a real-estate … Continue reading 9 Miles with Andie Cozzarelli, Elite Runner and Raleigh Distance Project Co-Founder
Our culture loves extremes. We have extreme sports, foods, diets, vacations, houses, and fitness trends. We also have extreme work ethic and with that comes extreme praise. But what else does an extreme work ethic come with? It comes with extreme fatigue, stress, burnout, and anxiety. Some extremes, say skydiving, can be fun and … Continue reading Rest Takes Guts
“Come as You Are sends a message to individuals at all stages of body acceptance and eating disorders recovery that their stories are valid.” -National Eating Disorder Association For a very long time, I believed that I needed to change. My best friend growing up was smaller than I was. She lived down the street … Continue reading NEDA Week 2019: Come As You Are
When I finally broke free from my disordered eating, I gained the life that I didn’t realize I’d been missing. As recently as a few years ago, my life was consumed by negative thoughts about myself and my body. I was constantly on a mission to lose. I thought if I lost weight, I’d be … Continue reading What I’ve Gained
What I weigh is so much more than a number, it is all the beautiful people, things, and challenges that make me a whole and worthy person.