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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!
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Road2Hope Half MarathonNovember 2nd, 2014Home town race in Hamilton, ON. Run for a cause!
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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
Here is some double trouble for your week, two posts! I’ve caught up ! This past wee was pretty satisfying. I ran, I lifted and I breathed through my nose! It sounds a lot more exciting than you might think… … Continue reading
This training week was long, dedicated and sore. Long, because I thought the week would never end. Dedicated, because I made sure I worked out and sore, because by the end of it my thighs were so heavy! Needless to … Continue reading
I’m still behind!! This post pertains to Week 11, but I’m training on Week 13! I deepest apologies – I have about two weeks left of training, o-m-g! But Week 11 was a great training week, continue reading below to … Continue reading
What is good boys and girls? After accomplishing my furthest run, so far, this past weekend this training week was a bit more relax as I need to recuperate. I even took Family Day off! (For those of you who … Continue reading
After a weekend in Ottawa it was time to get home and get ready for the work week, shoot another YouTube video for Andy Media and plan out this week’s runs. Sunday: Our last day in Ottawa, Andy and I … Continue reading
Taking a look back at my accomplishments this week I don’t feel like I completed that much. I did three work outs and my total kms ran was only 16km. But I guess that is okay, I’ve still have been … Continue reading