Tag Archives: endurance


ask a runner: how to stay motivated

you asked How do you stay motivated to run? I can run on a consistent basis for about 2 weeks and then it seems like “life” gets in the way and I don’t have the time. – Kelly What is your best advice for keeping up my motivation for running? It seems like I am […]

ask a runner: marathon training

you asked Hi! I run for fun but have recently decided to enter a half marathon race (also for fun, just longer distance fun!). I have three months to train. Any suggestions on how to get to a half marathon from my current 20/25 miles a week? Jenny a runner responds Look at your race […]

ask a runner: how to build endurance

you asked I am 63, and I started running about a year ago. I am committed to running a half marathon in December 2010. I can run 3 miles, no problem. At the end of 3 miles I am physically ready to stop. How do I stretch myself to run further and build my distance? […]

we’re all runners

The lululemon run club comes in all shapes and sizes. Before I ever started running I viewed the activity as an elite sport where the best of the best competed; long lean legs, killer physique and presence that could be on the cover of Runner’s World. Even though I didn’t fit any of the above […]

introducing… ask a runner!

Do you run? If no, have you ever thought about running? Wherever you are on your path to being a great runner, you likely have a question that needs an expert answer. We are excited to introduce you to Ainslie, our first featured lululemon ambassador in our Ask a Runner series! Check back on April […]

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 […]

50 yards to your favourite workout

A lot of athletes want to add swimming to their cross training, but have a difficult time developing a good workout for their level. If you’ve decided to get back in the pool for the first time in a while, remember one thing when designing your workout: Swim for distance, not for speed. What I […]