Tag Archives: cheering


montreal marathon 2012

Montreal is a city known for vibrant summers, cold winters and for being (in my opinion!) one of the coolest cities in Canada. This “cool” factor showed up literally for over 27,000 people who ran the Oasis Rock ‘n’ Roll Montreal Marathon this past weekend, with race day temperatures hovering around 11C and brisk winds […]

san francisco marathon 2012

At last Sunday’s San Francisco Marathon, our cheer station was set up at mile 23.5 – literally the last corner before the end of the race. Our San Francisco educator Lark recaps what it was like to be the light at the end of the tunnel for all the athletes that ran. We sit and […]

marathon monday

Marathon Monday. To many, this phrase might not mean much, but here in Boston…it means everything. the super bowl of running For some, the Boston Marathon is the Super Bowl of running — the goal every runner strives to achieve. For others, it’s a day to celebrate — a major holiday where roads are closed […]

row, row, row your goals….

The lululemon Princeton cheer team on a Saturday morning. My professional athletic career is something I may never be able to brag about to generations to come because, well, I never had one. My could-be-professional career as your biggest fan, well, that’s another story. When you walk into lululemon Princeton, you see our team working […]

why i race

Meet Jon, a guest blogger from our Walnut Creek store who loves to sweat, run and inspire others! I ran the San Jose Rock n Roll Half Marathon recently. I’ll discuss my performance later in the post, but I had to get some thoughts out of my head and onto the screen (pen and paper […]