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This Part Of The Journey

I am lucky to have people around me who ask the big questions, the tough questions.  Its been a looonng couple months as I slooowwwly come back from an Achilles Tendonitis injury.  Through it all I’ve had a couple of my healing friends ask questions like, ‘why do you run?’ ‘why are you so attached to running?’ ‘what is the …

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A Plan That’s A Plan Is No Plan.

Saturday, April 20, 2019 6:59:50pm – 38 degrees – San Tan Regional Park, Arizona … 10. 9. 8. 7. I turn around, peering through the crowed to see James in the arms of my husband, waving together and saying “by Mommy”. It was in that moment I fought back tears. Running, running ultras is literally the core centre of 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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Why do you Follow us?

With so many fitness, health and running pages and communities out there, it can be hard to choose who to follow. We are bombarded daily with images of beautiful fit woman, information about the latest and greatest diets, and what exercise moves you just HAVE to do to get your body rock solid.So much of what we see is based …

Battling Runners Fatigue

Let’s face it… fatigue is a common side effect of training and running. It is normally to feel tired after a long run or a bigger training block. By the end of a hard training week, you might find yourself feeling run down and it might be hard to get out of bed Monday morning. It is common to experience …

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What Does Listening to Your Body Really Mean?

I find myself saying it all the time when people ask me on tips for running and working out, especially to those who are just starting. “Above all, listen to your body” I say. But this really doesn’t just apply to those who are just starting out. It is relevant for every single person out there training… from the most experienced, …

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My Journey to Becoming a Runner

Everyone meet Brittany.. she wanted to share her incredible weight loss and fitness journey with everyone. Here is how she went from unhappy and overweight to finding something she truly loves and transforming her life and body. I was always the chubby kid in school growing up. I dreaded gym class, esp as I get older because they always made …

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Taking My Life Back

These are our favourite kind of stories…about real people, with real lives, making changes to become happier and healthier. This is Jacklyn who at 200lbs decided it was time to take her life back. She is now working towards her first half marathon. Here is her story: My name is Jacklyn and a mom of two beautiful children. Ages 4 and 2 …

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Journey to the London Marathon

I am Megan. I was a UK size 20 back in 2013 and found it hard to even walk up and down the stairs in my house let alone run.  I thought enough was enough especially as I was sick of hearing myself moan! I have suffered with depression/anxiety for over 20 yrs and was on anti-depressants for about 15 of those …

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The Other Side of Racing

Sometimes I, Dayna sit back after a big race and wonder why I do it. I am not competitive and I don’t like running alone. When I first started to trail run I would race to have a fully marketed route, aid stations to fill up supplies, and to celebrate a goal. But now, to be honest I have come …