Author Archives: Be:Well:Run

TWO UPCOMING TRAIL RACES TO TELL YOU ABOUT

Coming in hot, one week out from both events, to tell you all about some pretty incredible-looking trail races coming up in Whistler in the next week. Registration is still open for both, so if either of them pique your … Continue reading

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IN NEED OF NEW SHOES

The general rule of thumb is to get new shoes every 350-500 km. Or, if you’re just starting out and the shoes you currently own are a few years old, replace them even if you haven’t worn them for anything more … Continue reading

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IT’S JUST A HILL; GET OVER IT!

   Any seasoned runner knows, one of the best ways to get a) faster and b) stronger is to run hill repeats.  I know, it sounds like torture just waiting to happen. And it totally is. The results, though, are … Continue reading

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WHEN 80:20 BECOMES 20:80 – GETTING BACK ON TRACK IN THE KITCHEN

My eating has taken a nosedive of late. I follow the 80:20 rule, which for me is a sustainable way of eating and fuelling myself for the role of wife/mother/runner/business owner/etc. What’s that? In short, 80 per cent of the time … Continue reading

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SMOKE SHOW = NO RUNNING + WANING MOTIVATION

Last week Whistler was under what can only be summed up as an apocalyptic-esque cloud of smoke. Check out this blog post for some comparisons and to get an idea as to what we were living in. Our Air Quality Health … Continue reading

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LEGS FOR LOCALS RACE REPORT

….and then I promise we’ll stop doing race reports and get onto other aspects of Summer running in Whistler. It’s just, this is the only real running I’ve done lately and it was super fun! LEGS FOR LOCALS What a … Continue reading

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WHISTLER HALF MARATHON RACE REPORT

This moment was not in my plan for Saturday, June 6. So much of this moment was not in my plan it’s hard to begin the list. Let’s start with the finish time because most runners can relate to the … Continue reading

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