Tag Archives: hill training


go hard! then take it easy

The quickest path to landing yourself on the injured list is to run too much, too soon. Endurance training is an art; every runner has to figure out what they love about it and what works for them. Georgetown store run ambassador, Heather Calcote, tells us how she balances her training in the midst of […]

lululemon is…..jenna hills

A realization that she needed to restore integrity into her life was the gender-confused canary in the coalmine for our North US Training Manager, Jenna Hills. A realization that she was dancing the “mom dance” was equally as surprising.

road to the half marathon: training week 8

With 4 weeks to go until race day, it’s all downhill from here, literally! This week I took a recommendation from one of our ambassadors to incorporate hills into my short runs and see how my long run felt from there. Let’s be honest, running uphill is probably my least favourite activity on the planet. It burns and it feels like I am moving at a glacial pace. Achy arthritic toes and all, I mapped out “hilly” runs on the Daily Mile, and loaded a fresh playlist to conquer these “helpful” peaks throughout my week and did just that.

hill training: i think i can, i think i can!

Everyone knows hill training is extremely challenging. These seemingly harmless inclines will test your limits and leave you begging for mercy. Just when you thought you had nothing left you’ll find yourself trekking up the same hill again and again. so why do it? There is a method behind this hill madness. Hill training will […]