Robin Arzon Marathon Results

Meet Robin Arzon – A New York Times Best-Seller and Peloton Instructor

Robin Arzon is a New York Times best-selling author and Peloton instructor who began her fitness journey after experiencing near death. Today she serves as Vice President of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor for Peloton, inspiring millions around the world to work out with her.

Her Life Story

Robin Arzon was born in Philadelphia and moved with her family to New York City when she was young. She attended New York University, earning a degree in law.

In 2007, she met her future husband Adam Butler and they started dating. Shortly after, in 2009, she was hired by a law firm in New York where she would remain for seven years.

She began eating poorly and wasn’t exercising regularly during this period, which lead to depression which took its toll on both her physical and mental wellbeing.

In 2010, she completed her first marathon, and it marked a significant turning point in her life. Running became an outlet to cope with the pressures of her job and helped her manage depression.

She was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2014, which she manages using an insulin pump. Furthermore, she’s part of Beyond Type One – an organization dedicated to raising awareness about this illness.

After a successful legal career, Arzon left her job in 2012 to pursue her passion for fitness and health. Since then, she’s completed 27 marathons and amassed over 200,000 Instagram followers.

In addition to her work at Peloton, she teaches five days a week and earns income through book sales, brand deals and investments. She resides in Brooklyn with her husband and daughter Athena Amelia.

Her New York Times bestselling book Shut Up And Run chronicles her journey to find self-confidence through running. She holds that exercise can transform lives.

She is currently training for her 2021 New York City Marathon and expecting her first child with partner Butler.

Arzon is an enthusiastic supporter of women, believing that every mother matters. She supports pregnancy-friendly training programs, a shift away from the ‘bounceback’ mentality and body positivity.

She is an inspiring example of how being open about her pregnancy can inspire other women to embrace their bodies and lead healthy, active lifestyles. Additionally, she shares her own tips for expecting moms-to-be, such as how she stays fit while expecting.

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