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Meet Kirsty

Kirsty is joining our team for 2018 as our first ambassador from New Zealand!! At 47 years young this inspiring woman is doing some incredible thing!! Have a read of her story! Hello RLAG community! I’m Kirsty from Whangarei Heads, New Zealand. I’m a runner who goes short, medium, long, and ridiculously long distances on road and trail. I would absolutely …

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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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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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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 …

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That Voice Inside

Ambassador Rhiannon is bravely sharing her story of dealing with chronic recurring Endometriosis and Adenomyosis… This is her journey of dealing with it to finally doing something about it for good. We thank her for being so brave to open up and share her story… maybe it can help someone else. If you’ve ever been someone that has experienced persistent …

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A Year to Me

Christina shared her biggest achievement yet on our Run Like a Girl community… she completed her first half. She wrote: My first half is in the books!! I met my sub 3 hr goal… A yr ago i was struggling for 3 miles… 17m ago I was 385lbs… Today…I AM A HALF MARATHONER!!! Here is her story… In May of …

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6 TIPS FOR BEATING THE WINTER BLUES

Running through the fall and into the winter can be a tough thing for even the most seasoned runner. And whether we like it or not… winter is coming. (Gosh that sounds so cliché now, thanks GOT!) I will be honest.. I have a really hard time staying motivated when the days get shorter, the nights get colder and it …

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Go After the Things that Scare you

The only way to get over a fear is to go after it. I have completed two 1/2 Ironman distances and the biggest challenge for me has always been the swim. I have been around water all my life, my family owned a boat I grew up loving all water sports you. You would think I would be comfortable in …

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Tips for an Awesome Race Day

Whether you are a season veteran, or a race virgin, race day can be intimidating. So much time and effort goes into that day. You have probably been training for months, dreamed of the race for a long time, and put a lot of thought into your race day outfit. The day is fast approaching, you’ve done all the hard …