Monthly Archives: May 2014

Packing for race weekend

It might still be 11 days out but there’s nothing like a little advance preparation to a) add to the excitement and b) ease the nerves!! It’s especially important to do some prep if you’re heading to the race from out … Continue reading

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Grouse Grind training

     Last week, North Vancouver’s infamous Grouse Grind opened for a new season.  Many of you may know of it, but how many of you have actually taken it on?  It’s a “little” 2.9km hike up the side of Grouse … Continue reading

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FIRST EVER – TWO A DAY; ALPENGLOW RACE REPORT

This weekend in Whistler marked the first annual GO Fest . We saw activities of all forms; river rafting, theatre, dance, live music, a slush cup and a few races to name a few. The AlpenGlow Fun Run was scheduled for … Continue reading

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Be a Hill Seeker

Blueberry Hill anyone…?!

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“It’s just a hill. Get over it!”

This long weekend, I took advantage of the extra time and I headed up to Whistler to get a look at portions of the course.  For those of you who are lucky enough to call Whistler your home, you are … Continue reading

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“Brightening Up” your run and Training Routine

During the final stages of training, before a big race, it is common to feel tired, lose motivation and question why you signed up for this thing in the first place. The Whistler Half Marathon race is an incredible community … Continue reading

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Inspiriational

Inspiration comes in many different forms, from many different sources, from many different places, and we’ve all been inspired to do something at one point in our life. Whether it be run a marathon, half marathon, 10K, or 5K race, … Continue reading

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