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Easy Instant Pot Recipes for Busy Athletes


Over on Outside Mag’s website, I got to talk all about Instant Pots and why they’re basically an awesome athlete training tool. Kind of weird, maybe… but hear me out! You can get home from work, set it up, go on your run/ride/whatever, and …






My Fall Athletic Clothing + Gear Wishlist


Because I’m gear-obsessed and because who doesn’t love the start of fall (except summer people who don’t understand cyclocross or cross country, obviously), I wanted to kick off what I plan on doing as a seasonal piece on here: A clothing and gear wishlist …








Why Back to School Still Means Something To Me


September always brings  up back to school vibes. I love a good stationary set, and my heart beats a little faster when I see all the cool school supplies at Staples when I’m in making copies. As a serial list-maker, I love any excuse …











How To Train With Your Partner


Over on Nylon, I wrote about a subject I hold near and dear to my heart, and weirdly write about A LOT: How To Work Out With Your Partner. Peter and I, as many of you know, have spent the last almost five years trying …





The Case for the 10-Minute Morning Workout


I just posted a new morning yoga flow video, and it got me evangelizing a bit about my slightly-obsessive-but-seriously-lifechanging habit of my 10-minute workout every morning. So, I wanted to quickly talk about that concept specifically, because of all of the habits that I’ve …





NEW 5-Minute Morning Yoga Flow Video


For all of you who’ve followed our 7-day (free!) healthy habit guide, or those of you who’ve heard me talk ad nauseam about my morning yoga flow routine that I’ve done Every. Single. Morning. for almost five years now, you know I think that …





The Weirdest Things in Pro Runners’ Race Bags


I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: One of my all-time favorite things to read when I was getting into magazines as a kid was always the “what’s in your bag” articles. There were the ones in women’s magazines (Jane had THE BEST), …







Essential Swim Gear You Didn’t Know You Needed


Over at Gear Junkie, I wrote all about the Essential Swim Gear You Didn’t Know You Needed because, let’s be honest, most of us just assume goggle + suit and good to go. Which isn’t wrong exactly, but there’s a lot of sweet gear …





Secrets of Success: How to Turn a Non-Runner Into a Runner


As someone who spent 20 years eschewing all things athletic, it’s always interesting to me how you ‘make’ a runner out of a non-runner. Over at MapMyRun, I was super inspired by my younger sister finally, gradually, getting into running and actually keeping it …




Easy DIY PVC Cyclocross Barriers


Cyclocross season is coming up, and you’re already thinking about skills training, right? RIGHT?! I know after we released the recent Consummate Athlete Podcast with Kaitie Keough, I started getting pretty fired up. Every year that I’ve raced cyclocross, one of my major focuses …








5 Running Trends That Are Out in 2018


I love a good running or fitness trend, let’s be real. And I totally admit that I get wrapped up in them—I love new gadgets, new challenges, stuff like that… And in the past, I was TERRIBLE with the “let’s hit this insane workout …




When Training Isn’t Going Your Way…


I’ve had a bit of an up-and-down last week in my training. And I wanted to write about it because a lot of the time, I’m talking to people and giving advice on how to train right, but sometimes, you can be doing the …






8 Signs You Need a Bike Fit


I admit, I just realized I fell into the bike fit trap that I warn women about when I’m doing one of my Saddle, Sore Ladies Talks! I was racing this weekend and I’ll be honest, I could definitely tell that I just wasn’t …










A Trail Runner’s Guide to Etiquette


Whenever I hear the word “etiquette,” I immediately flash to this episode of Frasier: I’m not sorry. OK, now that I have that out of my system… I talked to a bunch of trail runners and got their best advice for how to avoid …






6 Simple Tips for Running Uphill Strong


After our recent La Cloche speed hike, as I eyed it up to consider running the 80km trail (and contemplated the 50K mountain running race I’m signed up for in August), I realized I need to get a lot stronger at uphill running. Thankfully, …





The Athlete’s Guide to Office Life


Even though I work from home—though I have worked in offices in the past!—I still struggle with the ‘staying healthy during long workdays at the office’ conundrum. And if I’m lucky that I have a fairly flexible schedule and still find myself struggling to …






Build The Perfect Kit: Best Women’s Road Cycling Gear


Over on Gear Junkie, I wrote the article I’ve been dying to write for a while: building a women’s cycling kit, capsule wardrobe style. I loved being able to put together a roundup of my favorite jerseys and shorts—the ones that have been tried …





First Time Road Racing in … A Long Time


It’s been a week since I’ve been back from the Killington Stage Race with my BikeReg/Shared Coffee teammates in Vermont. The race marked my first time back in a road race since at least seven years ago, and it was a bit of a …







Running at Night: What You Need to Know


Confession: I am not really a night runner. In fact, I’ve realized this about myself recently when we were asked to go on an 8PM run. Of course, I’ll also argue that I’m not a 5AM runner, despite my best intentions. I’m more of …








The Weird Stressor That Is…. Great Weather


OK, things are going to get a little deep here. But hey, I haven’t posted in a few days, and I’m feeling chatty. Here in Collingwood, Ontario, the birds are chirping (ugh, at 5:30AM), the sun is shining and the snow has finally all …








Can You Spot Your Running Spirit Animal?


So, I don’t always write super serious articles. Sometimes, I get to write about goofy gifs, thoughts cyclists have during a century (without going too negative…) and in this case, all about what your running ‘spirit animal’ is. So, it’s a fun story over …




How Camping Revived My Eco-Friendly, Life-Loving Vibe


I always considered myself a bit of an environmentalist, and certainly an outdoorsy person. But in recent years, despite spending plenty of time outside training, I slowly turned away from someone who loves the outside and being in nature to someone who simply gets …




The Metrics That Boost Your Running


I love when I talk to super geeky people about all things fitness-related… and they give me reasonable, practical advice that can apply to everyone, not just (in this case) runners with access to crazy, expensive tech. So when I talked to Jeff Knight, …







9 Ways to Tackle Downhills on a Trail Run


If you listened to the latest Consummate Athlete Podcast, you know I’m getting a little obsessed with trail running—and working towards the 50 kilometer Killington mountain running trail race this August. (Eek!) So, the key phrase in that isn’t 50-kilometers, it’s “mountain run.” I …





The Post-Workout Recovery You’re Not Doing


Over on Nylon, we decided it was time to start talking about not just how to get in an awesome workout, whether you’re into running, riding, yoga-ing, SUPing, CrossFit-ing (all topics I’ve written about for them)… We realized we needed to talk more about …




PSA: Are You Hydrated? (Not Just While Working Out)


Hydration is something I speak a ton about when I do shop talks, and most recently at one in NY at Savile Road (awesome shop, especially if you’re looking for a custom build or amazing bike fit!), we got into a serious discussion about …




How to (Finally) Become a Morning Runner


I’m one of those people who isn’t really a morning person, if she’s being honest, but really wants to be—especially when it comes to being a morning runner. Something about getting your workout in before most people are starting their first French Press is …






6 Rules to Follow When Running with a Pack


I really love the idea of ultra-running… I admit, a marathon has been the longest race I’ve done, but there’s a lot I’m working on planning for this summer and fall. And that means, in addition to getting my legs ready to go long …







Your Tactical Guide to Trail Running


In recent years, I’ve been more and more into spending time out running on the trails rather than the road. It’s easier on my legs and feet, and I love that it’s a more full-body workout. I’ve always loved running trails though: it’s contemplative, …







Four Types of Food Causing GI Issues on the Run


You know what’s really annoying? When the foods that we think of as healthy come back to bite you—or at least, wreak havoc on your stomach—during a run. If you’re someone who often has to plan runs around where public washrooms are (*raises hand*), …







Peak Performance: What’s Stopping Us?


Peak performance: we all want to get there, across the board, right? Have great race results, crush it at work, meditate on the regular, have a fantastic social life and great relationships with loved ones, journal every day, be at that goal weight and …


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How to Start Mountain Biking


Mountain bike season is almost here! (And if we would stop getting snow in Ontario, I’d already be out on the trails. Sigh…) If you’re new to the mountain biking scene, or are curious about getting offroad, I have an article over on Outside …




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5 Easy Nutrition Tips from Vegan Runners


Man, I wish I’d had these vegan runners in my life a decade ago! OK, so over at MapMyRun, I was asked to do a post about how vegan runners fuel during, before and after their runs—and I had the best time getting to …






Seven Safety Tips For Working Out Alone


I hate that I need to think about staying safe when heading out on solo runs, but it is something that all of us (especially women) have to deal with. So, when Nylon wanted me to pull together some safety tips for working out …






Should Runners Be Intermittent Fasting?


Intermittent fasting is a hot-button nutrition topic for everyone, but athletes in particular. I know a lot of people—runners and cyclists—who are experimenting with it, and the results for them have been… mixed. So, I asked Stacy Sims, sports nutrition expert and brilliant researcher …






Habits of Highly Effective Athletes: Cross-Train… But Not Too Much


Welcome to another week of the Habits of Highly Effective Athletes series—this time, we’re all about cross-training for cyclists, runners and other endurance athletes! Hopefully you’ve enjoyed reading about staying in your own lane, fueling properly, and sleeping enough (and right). Today, we’re going to …




Get The Limited Edition Shred Girls Cycling Cap Now!


You guys know how much work I’ve been doing getting the Shred Girls series written and launched—and I’ve been so freaking excited by how many women have come on board as huge advocates of the concept driving it: get more girls out shredding on …




The Right Way to a Solid (and Long) Run Streak


I LOVE the idea of a run (or ride!) streak—running or doing whatever activity every. single. day. Some of the best-feeling times in my life have been when I would get up and get a couple of miles in every morning, first thing. (That’s …





5 Cheap Ways to 10X Your Salads


A few weeks ago, I did a quick video/written guide to building an awesome meal-worthy salad that would actually leave you feeling full. Nothing in the salad was super expensive, by any stretch, but I know a lot of people—myself included—assume that quality ingredients …




A 30-Minute Treadmill Run, Chronicled in GIFs


OK, so this is not the most scientific, expert-backed article that I’ve ever written. But you know what? I do love when I get the chance to remember that our training isn’t always the most serious of endeavors. So, when MapMyRun asked me to …









The 3 Types of Runs Every Runner Should Do


OK, so if you’re already a longtime runner, you probably don’t need this basic guide to the three types of runs that every semi-serious runner should be including in their workout schedule… But as someone who’s a pretty avid runner herself, I can safely …






My Favorite Travel- and Training-Friendly Nut Butters


We are a little nut butter obsessed in this house. (Not as obsessed as the Aspire Racing team—during the season, that crew was putting away INSANE amounts of almond butter). But still… Peter uses it in smoothies and on sweet potatoes, I go old-school …


















Do You Need a Nap or a Workout?


Lazy, not in the mood, or legit fatigued? Serious questions for athletes—and one that led to Dr. Mike Ross giving me some of the best advice I’ve ever heard. “Just because you’re not training like a pro doesn’t mean you CAN’T be overtraining,” he …





The New Winter Uniform (Don’t Call It a Capsule)


A year ago, I started taking stealth pictures in airports and in cities, whenever I saw an outfit that I really loved. I realized that almost every single time, there were certain key elements: a long wool coat, almost always in gray; a moto …






How (And Why) To Do a Proper Pull-Up VIDEO


I’m mildly obsessed with pullups. Being a naturally strong kid (though I was a lot less stoked on being muscular when I was 10, believe me), pull-ups were basically the only thing I could crush at in the presidential physical fitness exam in gym …





8 Winter Skincare Tips for Athletes


Winter skincare… The worst at the best of times. In the last few months, I’ve been bouncing between time zones, and climates, and it’s been hell, to be honest. My skin, which is problematic on the best of days, is fighting with itself to …









The Apple Watch Reviewed, 1 Year Later


Last Christmas, I was lucky enough to get the Apple Watch, Series 2. This is the iteration that could go swimming, and was fully waterproof—and the GPS worked independent of the phone. Cool. I was also working with the Aspire Racing team at the …




​The Best Commuter Bags for Cyclists


I am bag-obsessed. There, I said it. So, since I’m doing more gear pieces with Bicycling these days, it seemed appropriate that I end up writing a list of the best commuter bags for cyclists. Whether you ride to work in a full suit, …








Turn Me Back to the Old Me: Reviving the Pixie Cut


This is a bit of a long time coming, post-wise, but the holidays, Nationals, etc, have been a whirlwind and frankly, there was more pressing info I wanted to bring to you guys, like what to put in your carry-on for every single flight, …




VivoBarefoot Otillo Stealth II SWIMRUN Shoes Reviewed


I’ve been VivoBarefoot-obsessed for a few years now. Ever since I switched to barefoot shoes for running (and for most of my day-to-day life), Vivo has been my go-to, because a) they fit like a dream, and b) they have offerings for everyday life, …




The Best Spin Class for Every Type of Cyclist


So, it’s winter and it sucks out in most places. It’s basically the worst. And that means I’ve had to revisit my grudging relationship with the trainer. (I hate the trainer.) But if you a) don’t have a trainer or b) are bored to …





6 Fixes for Common Post-Run Aches and Pains


Not every run is a great one. Let’s just get that out of the way now. Sometimes, it’s just not going to be the best day ever. But often, stuff like headaches, stomach pain, sore legs and—yes—even exhaustion can be avoided or easily mitigated …








Surviving (and Thriving) in Dry January


I decided to repost this article I did last year on Dry January today because, well, when I published it last year, it was after I’d already made it through the month. But for some of you who are contemplating starting it for this …





Athletic Bookworms: ROAR by Stacy Sims and Selene Yeager


Hey everyone! I’ve decided that for 2018, the way we’re going to roll the Athletic Bookworms is going to be book-of-the-month style. I’ll do two posts: one announcing the book and posing a few questions, and that’s where we’ll collect comments throughout the month. …





Our (Free) 7-Day Kickstart to Healthy Living is Out!


It’s 2018, and that means a bunch of us have a lot of resolutions, goals, or intentions that we really, really want to keep… But maybe haven’t exactly put systems in place for just yet. That’s why Peter—head coach at SmartAthlete—and I created the …




31 Ways to Reset Your Running in the New Year


OK, it’s January. Let’s get those resolutions rolling… Over at MapMyRun.com, I wrote out a fun day-by-day set of small things you can do to reset and improve your running in the new year, from actual workouts to suggestions about cleaning out your running …






5 Moves to Turn the Playground into Your Gym


We’re on the road a lot, and that means we often don’t have gym access. Now, I freaking love a good agility course run loop for a strength/cardio workout, but honestly, they can be pretty hard to find. But playgrounds? All over the place. …






Are You Ready for the #ConsummateAthleteChristmas Challenge?


Over on The Consummate Athlete Podcast, we’ve challenged listeners and those of you who follow The Outdoor Edit and SmartAthlete to set a goal of 500 minutes of movement. Why? A couple reasons: Holiday challenges around specific sports are awesome, like Rapha’s Festive 500, …




Healthy Holiday Food and Activity Tips and Hacks


Everyone writes about being healthy for the holidays. Heck, I did it about healthy travel over Thanksgiving! But with holiday season upon us, it’s never a bad thing to refresh your memory on how to stay active, healthy and happy over the course of …






7 Reasons Why You Need to Walk More


Everyone knows by now that I am walking obsessed, whether I’m doing a grocery trip at home or exploring a new place. In London, we walked 20 miles in one day in order to do a super-fast ‘take in everything’ tour of the city, …




Redfrog’s Commuter Jacket is a New Favorite—And It’s On Sale!


You know when you find a random company as you’re down a hashtag spiral, and fall completely in love with their whole vibe/aesthetic/story/everything? Yep, I love Redfrog, a women’s cycling apparel company founded by Jaimee Erikson with the mission statement: “Redfrog Athletics was founded …






How to Hygge (as an Athlete)


As athletes, it can be tough to walk between enjoying the holidays, hygge and the season while still being…. fast and in shape. Last night, I was talking to Ellen Noble, the pro cyclocrosser who’s been my housemate for the last month, about the …





Have You Met Amanda Batty? Prepare to Be Inspired.


In case you missed it, adventure racer, MTBer and general bada$$ Amanda Batty was the most recent in the Real Life Shred Girls series over on Shred-Girls.com. And some of her advice was so amazing — and so ageless — that I wanted to …








Hanging Out with The Outspoken Cyclist Podcast


Last week, Diane Jenks of The Outspoken Cyclist Podcast was kind enough to have me on to talk all things Shred Girls, women’s cycling and generally what I’ve been up to in the bike industry for the last decade—and what’s coming next! It was …






The Outdoor Edit Holiday Gift Guide


It’s holiday season, which means it’s time for The Outdoor Edit’s gift guide. This year, I tried to split it into a few fun categories with two picks per person. The combination of gifts would be great, but either one (usually one higher and …







Mindful Running: Part 1 for The Athletic Bookworms


Instead of posting questions like I did for our Brave Athlete book club read last month, I’m just going to start a discussion on a couple of points in this month’s book, Mindful Running by Mackenzie Havey. I’d love it if you guys jump …




When Eating “Healthy” Messes Up Your Workout


Over on Nylon, I got to write about a topic I’m HUGELY passionate about: when eating ‘healthy’ is messing with you. I’ve seen a ton of serious cyclists and runners suffer because of fad diets that are touted as the great new way to …








Why Changing Your Running Stride Is Unnecessary


I love a good study—especially when it backs up something I already believe to be true. Remember that Friends episode where Phoebe goes running with Rachel and Rachel is horrified because Phoebe looks ridiculous? (Watch it here.) I always loved that because her point …









How to Use Failure to Your Advantage


Not every race goes the way you hope it will… To be honest, what’s the point of racing if it does? Bad days happen to all of us, regardless of how well we prepare. So I was stoked to write this piece for MapMyRun.com …





6 Runner-Friendly Costumes That Are Easy, Fun — and Fast


Last minute Halloween party, or trick-or-treating with the kids coming up? Over at MapMyRun.com, I went through a few easy runner-friendly costumes that you can make with your pre-existing running wardrobe and a few props. Obviously, I will be going as The Flash, as …




The Busy Runner’s Guide to Simple Self-Care


We make time for fitting in our workouts, runs or rides or strength training… but what about simple self-care? For me, I can almost always manage to get my actual workout in, but the extra things—taking care of my skin, getting enough sleep, even …





The Athletic Bookworm Library


I’m going to make this the standing page for all the books that we’re reading as a club, and a few that really are serious favorites of mine that we haven’t read as a group, but I think are worth picking up. (I’ll update …





Walk the Walk… Literally


Of everything that I’ve done for myself in the last few years, whether it’s yoga in the morning, strength training, shifting to a healthier diet… I’ve tried a lot of ‘good for me’ things. I regularly train, whether for an event or for the …





Being Tired—When Fatigue Is Holding You (Me!) Back


Fatigued? A little overwhelmed? A little underwhelmed? Feeling “off”? Yep. “Do you ever think maybe we’re rushing too much?” I asked Peter as I tried not to grump at him from the passenger seat of our van, as we ran a few minutes behind …




Attention Runners: You Have the Right to Recover


Confession: I am bad at recovering, especially from working out, but honestly, from life in general. (Ask Peter—he could tell you that there’s been maybe 2 days this year where I wasn’t using a weekend day or holiday to ‘catch up on a couple …





Picking the Perfect Running Mantra


Ever start a run and feel a little… less than motivated? (Of course you have. Everyone does.) You may need a running mantra. So, while podcasts and kick-ass playlists are awesome, they won’t do you much good when it comes to race day, and …






Recovery Tools You Need for Traveling


If you’re a cyclist, runner or triathlete who ever travels for racing or training, or honestly, even on vacation or business in general, you know that recovering from a plane ride can be brutal, and recovering post-race when you have a flight the next …





Running Safety Tips from a Self-Defense Pro


Running can be scary, especially as a woman. It’s not something I love admitting, but it is the truth. Sometimes, when I’m running in a city or town early in the morning, or in the woods mid-afternoon, I freak myself out and get a …





The Best Smartwatch for Every Type of Cyclist


Over at Bicycling magazine, we spend A LOT of time in the office debating various new electronics (in addition to every other type of bike gear, of course). So, when my editor asked me to do a roundup of which smartwatch would work best …








12 Rad Cycling Women You Need to Follow on Instagram


Looking for some inspiration to put in long miles or explore new places on your bike? When I was assigned a piece rounding up rad female cyclists for Bicycling, I was super stoked: it offered me a chance to spend some time trolling Instagram, …







Fast Tips for Carry-On Packing


So, I was packing for a 12 day trip that goes from 40 to 100 degree weather, all different climates and things I’m doing (running, working at races, going to fancy dinners, attending a trade show, hanging out… the list is insane.). And OK, …






5 Tips on Optimizing Natural Sunscreen for Runners


This post for MapMyRun was super fun to research because to be honest, it’s something I haven’t thought a ton about, but really really should given my family’s propensity towards skin cancer, the amount of time I spend outside, the breakouts I get from …




“Back to School” Resolutions: 2017 Edition


You guys know I’m a huge fan of resolutions. I make them a couple times a year: New Years, birthdays occasionally, and always, always, always, for Back to School. My fondest summer memories involve floating in the ocean at the beach with my sister …




The Best Endurance Sports Video Blogs


This article for Outside mag on sports info video channels was super fun to research, because who doesn’t love watching a bunch of how-to videos and getting amazing tips and advice as part of a day’s work? I looked at a bunch of video …





Super-Easy Funky DIY Bookends


For years, I’ve been seeing Pinterest-y craft projects that involved spray-painting animal/dinosaur figurines, and I always thought they looked super cool. I also figured that in real life, they would not come out as actually cool. But, over last weekend, I went on a …





How to Fuel for Ironman: Video


I already chatted about Ironman nutrition over here a couple weeks ago, but I’m working on some new video content and wanted to share my fueling story, but in a different way. So if you’re more of a video watcher/listener, check this out to …




On Training for Open Water Confidence and Competence


So, you’re triathlon-curious but terrified of the swim? Turns out, you’re in the same boat as pretty much every other triathlete ever, including the ones with a swim background. Most of us grew up swimming in pools or playing in lakes and oceans, but …




How Fitness Experts Stay In Shape While On Vacation


August is almost over but I know plenty of people who have blow-out long weekends and vacations planned for this last burst of summer and Labor Day weekend. I also know plenty of people—myself included—who are about to hit the busy season for work …









How To Stay Motivated To Work Out This Summer


If you’re anything like me, the last month of summer gets hectic: family vacations, friends hosting parties/barbecues/weddings, ice cream, margaritas… The list goes on. And for me this August in particular, staying motivated to stay healthy/active/training has been a little tougher since we already …








10 Things I Learned From Racing an Ironman


This piece on Ironman was so much fun to write for Bicycling, because it let me think about the whole year of training—and race day! A lot of practical stuff in here, like what to wear and choosing the right gear, but also some …






8 Pro Tips to Keep You Cool for a Summertime Run


Writing this article was hella helpful in the last couple months of training for Ironman… It’s not always easy to practice what I preach with this stuff, but I knew that the run and staying hydrated was going to be a limiter for me …






Long Drive Packing Strategies for Stuffed Cars and Vans


Another month, another long drive: this one was a 4 day excursion from Ontario to Alberta, crossing through the Badlands. It wasn’t a leisurely drive, it was a race to get out to Canmore as soon as possible while staying reasonably healthy. We had …




Should Every Runner Be Deep Water Running?


Deep water running, WTF? I saw a sign for this at the pool in Collingwood a few weeks ago and was intrigued: I remember deep water running in college when my legs were super cramped and I couldn’t run, but the idea of doing …






All About Collagen, The Newest Super-Ingredient


This was a super fun article to do for Nylon, a deep dive into what the deal with collagen is. I’m a big fan, and it’s been making the rounds in the ‘wellness’ community the last few months. Personally, I dig it because it’s …




Athletic Bookworm Bookclub: The Brave Athlete


Huge thanks to everyone who expressed interest in being part of this first Athletic Bookworm Bookclub. The first book we’re going to tackle is The Brave Athlete, which was the clear winner out of the three options I put out to the group. I’m excited …




How To Wake Up And Not Feel Like Going Right Back To Bed


Monday morning seemed like an appropriate time to link to this article I recently wrote over at Nylon, packed with the morning routines and rituals of fitness and wellness ‘gurus.’ I am morning-routine obsessed, and I love hearing about what other people do every …










Train Like Wonder Woman | A Consummate Athlete's Guide


Resident comic nerd Molly here! So, I went to see Wonder Woman last night, and naturally, as someone who loves the whole Consummate Athlete lifestyle, it got me super motivated to train. And that led to thinking about how to train like Wonder Woman. …





The Pizza Hangover is Real… But How to Move Past It


Recently, I turned 30. This alone is not shocking. What was a shock to my system though, was the morning after celebrating at my favorite pizza spot in Collingwood, Ontario—Pie. Full-on admission: I had a massive meal. The pizzas aren’t tiny, but are technically …




7 Ways to Consistently Run While Traveling


Summer is officially here, and that means SUMMER VACATION! (Cue cheering noises here, and a countdown calendar for us to be done with Ironman so I can truly embrace the doing-whatever-I-want-for-training lifestyle again…) Anyway, for most of us, summer is a great time to …

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