Tag Archives: coach


you asked, we answered: run training 101

Rob, our SeaWheeze TackleBox trainer and Emma, our expert nutrition partner at Vega, took over our social channels for a one-hour live Q & A.  We’ve compiled some of the most valuable questions to help you tackle the SeaWheeze half marathon… 3 weeks and counting! tips from our experts Q: Hey Rob – I’m struggling […]

race report: the philadelphia marathon

I was at the end of a long training cycle that started in June, and it was all about to come down to just over three hours, and then the season would be done. Elyse after her full marathon. Was I nervous? There were the normal pre-race jitters, but I tried to keep them at […]

meet our director of operations

Above: Meet Rob Kirsch, our Director of Operations. What brought you to lululemon? I was inspired by the opportunity to do business differently and to grow a worldwide brand while still keeping the integrity of a small specialty store. What do you like best about working at lululemon? What do you like best about your role? […]

the fall decision

Above: Elyse and Rick Amernick (fellow run coach) outside of the lululemon Logan Circle store. I recently had a conversation with my friend and fellow run coach Rick Amernick, president of the Capital Striders Run Group, about the difficulty of choosing a fall marathon. He was trying to choose between the Marine Corp Marathon in Washington, […]

find your passion

Above: Elyse and her run club! Life can be most enjoyed when you live your life with passion. As former United States Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice said, “The most important thing you can do in life is to find a passion. When you find your passion, you’ll realize that you didn’t find it – […]

behind the scenes at a run event

Above: Nine lululemon eductors from the Annapolis and Logan Circle stores wearing matching Bon Bon Pink Cool Racerbacks. A good friend of mine once told me that for every three races you run, you should volunteer at one race. Without volunteers, many of these events would not be possible. Volunteers play a huge role – […]

my dad is really awesome

My dad is really awesome. His name is Terry Holum but prefers the name T-Hol, to which we all oblige. I inherited a lot of great traits from him like my addiction to chocolate, excessive competitiveness, and an over all laid back sense of life and humor. I love my dad more than anything as […]