Author Archives: jasminglaw

About jasminglaw

Half Marathoner trying to put a few more races under her belt before taking on a full marathon. I avidly research different running products/gear and articles pertaining to the joy of running. I also enjoy traveling, reading, languages, and good food!

2014 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,900 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it … Continue reading

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Road2Hope Half Marathon Results

I’m a couple days late, but what can I say? I’ve been resting! Man, Road2Hope was such an amazing race! Andy and I completed the half marathon in 2:03:39 and I couldn’t be happier! That’s my best half marathon time … Continue reading

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Race Training

Alright, after some reading, some planning and coordination of calendars I’ve created a training plan for my upcoming Road to Hope, Half Marathon. Race day is November 2nd and I can honestly say I am NOT going to pressure myself … Continue reading

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Runspiration: Rob Krar

While drinking my fresh OJ this morning I stumbled across this article on CBC about a Hamilton native, ultramarathoner named Rob Krar. In the article I’ve posted below, Krar tells us how he’s always been a runner since growing up … Continue reading

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The end of the world! Well, my world…

It’s the end of the world as I know it… it’s been too quiet. Eerrie. This summer I’ve slacked at running and took up being a busy bee. From weddings, to double dates, napping, working, traveling and going to the gym… my … Continue reading

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Runners Tips via Runners World

“If you’re hydrating with a sports drink, you’re getting carbs and electrolytes, so you don’t need to also eat an energy gel. Ingesting too many carbs can lead to GI distress. If you prefer both, use one the first hour, the … Continue reading

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Traveling through culture – Peru Video

For those of you who liked my previous post, Over the equator and back – my trip to Peru, then I’m sure that you will love this video put together by Andy Wood. Peru Video

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