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Meet Salome

Hi RLAG community. My name is Salome and I live in Queensland, Australia. I am super stoked to be given the opportunity to be part of this amazing group, and can’t explain in words how excited I am to join RLAG in 2018. I love running, and have a passion for all things related to an active healthy lifestyle, sharing this passion, and inspiring …

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Strengthen Your Glutes

It is no doubt that runners need strong legs and glutes to power up hills, run roads and stay injury free. But how important are our glutes really!? Through getting injured and seeking out treatment I have learned a lot about running and our muscles. After spraining my knee and then learning to run wrong without getting proper treatment for …

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David Dullens: Running Like A Girl.

Run Like A Girl… for obvious reasons, sadly, doesn’t attract a lot of male runners… however, every so often we come across someone who sees past the initial gender specific title we carry and embraces what we are actually trying to do… Run Like A Girl was created with the intention of showing that everyday people can do extraordinary things. That …

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Meet Lucy

Hi RLAG Community! My name is Lucy and I live in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada. I am absolutely honoured to be here amongst some pretty bad ass ladies (and men)! My passions include running, travelling, eating, scuba diving and cats. I am a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Personal Trainer, am married to my amazing husband Tyson, and …

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Meet Karlie

Hi RLAG community! I’m a trail runner from Santa Monica, California and I’ve been living in Oakland and Berkeley for the past 10 years. My favorite running distance is the 50K, closely followed by the marathon and 30K distances, and during the last year I’ve started rock climbing. I’m so grateful for the strong women that I have in my …

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December Burpee Challenge

Let’s be completely honest with ourselves here, no one excatly likes burpees. Plain and simple. They are hard, they suck, and when your instructor at bootcamp or pilates says “10 burpees”, we all dread it. Am I right!? Wrong. NO ONE IS ALLERGIC TO BURPEES, SO DO THEM! We are going to embrace burpees and make them our absolute best …

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When it Rains, Look for Rainbows

Sometimes, the hardest things in life can be our biggest teachers. Sometimes something can seem like a negative, we perceive it as a problem, something bad in our lives… but once we work through it, often times on the other end, it is actually a positive. Through being a guide at our adventure retreats, I have learned so much about …

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Staying Motivated

I have shared my thoughts before after experiencing the post race blues. I have also written about race burn out, and taking some time off from racing. I feel that it is really important for me to share my thoughts about running and racing with such a large community of runners. We can’t always be charging forward towards the next …

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Back Again

Cover photo: Seek The Wild Well, here I am again, back in Costa Rica for another season of awesome adventures in this country I now call my second home. Some how I got lucky enough to live in two different countries… half the year in the adventure capital of Canada and then just as winter comes, I fly south to …

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Coming Back After Baby

Many of you have been there… new baby in front of you, your last run a few weeks or months behind you. There are so many questions… how do you come back, where should you start, how long is it going to take to be yourself again. Returning to running postpartum. This is a tricky one to discuss because it …