Tag Archives: half marathon training


hey SeaWheezers: Get Sweaty Get Ready is here!

yup, it’s that time again! We’ve all done it: with major excitement, we sign up for a half-marathon…and then two months before the race, we realize that we haven’t started training yet. Eeep! We are launching the TackleBox training program in May – this 10-week program is engineered to help achieve your peak performance at […]

the seawheeze diaries: week 1

Seawheeze training kicked off this week at the lululemon office here in Vancouver, and our instagram feeds have been flooded with neon running shoes, screenshots from our Seawheeze app, and sweaty people on the seawall. One person’s instagram photos stood out a little more than usual – our brand experience manager, Lesia (who you may […]

road to the half marathon: training week 7

This week we’re talking summertime fun runs. If you have been following my training journey, by now you know I view my running and training as just another to-do on my list of daily chores. That being said, I’ve adapted a sort of chore check off reward system that actually has me enjoying my runs. […]

road to the half marathon: training week 5

After feeling a bit defeated by my efforts last week, I shook myself off and hit the ground running again. I started the week off on the day of summer solstice with a delectable 4 mile sunset run in Balboa Park. This week was honestly a bit of breakthrough for me and I realized what was happening to derail my training. Number one I was not planning the day ahead of me and thus not finding (making) the time to run. Secondly, I had set a pace and a goal time for myself that was honestly unreasonable. All in all I needed to find the balance in my training and my pacing.

road to the half marathon: training week 3

Let’s talk about food. All of these miles have made me hungry and I am so thankful for all the recipes you guys have left me. I am always on the look out for delicious protein packed, natural, vegetarian options so keep shouting them my way. Every day I know if I have eaten enough […]

road to half marathon: week one

I have an extreme love hate relationship with running. I hate the process of running, even if it’s a mile or less. But by the end, my body absorbs an aura of happiness and accomplishment that I haven’t been able to duplicate with other workouts. Coming up on my third half marathon, I have decided to blog my journey to show that one, ANYONE can run a half marathon, and two I am hoping some of you will hold me accountable to my goal with tips of your own.