Monthly Archives: March 2014

“Spring” in your step

Last weekend the clocks “moved” forward. For some, it meant they were an hour late for most things or “lost” an hour of sleep. Despite feeling a bit more tired, the extra hour grants more daylight and the days seem … Continue reading

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The Sound of Running

As I set out this morning at 6am with Billie (my border collie); headlamps on (yes both of us), I started to think about what I was going to post today. So many things go through my mind on a … Continue reading

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a rookie’s training rut

Seeing as it is Monday, I think this is my day to post an update. Based on what I’ve seen so far, it looks like I am the true rookie amongst this group of bloggers this year.  It appears that … Continue reading

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Setting a goal and sticking to it!

I love running, but I love running even more when I have a race on the horizon. Just hitting submit on the registration page of race is my sure-fire way of motivating myself back into action! I’m a self-confessed seasonal … Continue reading

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“Spring” Forward into Winter Running

Whistler is a town that celebrates snow and winter. It is not uncommon to have a few people (or more) missing from your office on a morning when it is a “powder” day. Shortly after noon, employees slowly trickle in … Continue reading

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Clara

      Hi, my name is Clara.  I live in North Vancouver, where we have our own vast array of hills and trails. I am brand new to the running world.  Everyone in my family is athletic, but me. My … Continue reading

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PREPARING FOR WHOLE FOODS FUELLING

Something that I’ve been wanting to experiment with in my running has been the use of whole foods as a fuel source. That is, not relying on gels and sports drink on a long run. I’m a bit of a … Continue reading

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