Tag Archives: training


eat. run. repeat.

Emma Cutfield is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and Education Manager for Vega. This year, Emma’s running in her second SeaWheeze and 9th half marathon. Emma’s mission is to empower you to be proactive about your health and she’s got some tips to help do that. SeaWheeze training is officially underway and we know you are […]

it’s time to get training

Starting June 3, we’re 10 weeks away from race day – that’s 68 days to be precise! Jenn and I from Rogue Running in Austin, TX (two of your official SeaWheeze Run Ambassadors) are here to help you get there. June 3 marks the start of the official SeaWheeze Tacklebox training, a 10-week, step-by-step guide […]

the SeaWheeze app is back

The days and weeks are going lighting fast – only 85 days until SeaWheeze 2013! We can’t wait to yoga, run and party through Vancouver’s beaches, mountains and city streets with you again this summer. Last year, we created an app to help you with all things half-marathon related: training, a city guide to help […]

meet a goal setter: chloe gow-jarrett

adventures in goal-setting: how getting clear on your vision can change the direction of your life Chloe, our Vision & Goals Program Manager here at lululemon, first started working for the company in 2002 as a part-time educator at our Queen Street store in Toronto after hearing about the job from a friend. She was looking […]

meet a goal setter: steph corker

steph’s journey This year, Steph Corker raced and completed IRONMAN Hawaii in under eleven hours. This sounds impressive, certainly; after all, this is Kona, the notoriously grueling race filled with sweltering temperatures and punishing headwinds. What makes this feat truly incredible is what it took for Steph to achieve this goal. Five years before this, in […]

in the face of injury

When faced with an injury halfway through training for her first race, Robson Store educator, Cayley, made the  decision to listen to her body and be a stand for the 7500 other runners who would need her support that day. sign me up! When I first heard about the SeaWheeze, I just knew it was […]

13.1 excuses not to train for 13.1 miles

1. I’m waiting for the rain to stop. The funny thing is, the rain is waiting for you to start. 2. I still haven’t recovered from that horrific chafing injury. A healthy coat of Bodyglide in strategic places makes running more fun than a Slip ‘N Slide. 3. I can’t run and be on pinterest […]

meditation moment

This meditation moment was brought to you by SeaWheeze – incorporate it into your training routine for balance, centeredness and relaxation or into your life just because.

five post-run poses for better recovery

You’ve done your pre-run stretch and you rocked it out on the road. You are a running superstar! With the hard part over, it’s time to kick off your  shoes and let the recovery begin. Before you hit the couch, give this light, wall-based Jasyoga sequence a go to help prevent muscle stiffness and keep […]

beat the heat: kona ironman

Sarah crossing over the finish line at the Ironman World Championship 2011 A 3.8km swim, a 180km bike ride followed by a full marathon. Completing an Ironman has got to be one of the greatest feelings of accomplishment for any brave participant. For Sarah Brown, crossing the finish line at Ironman Canada was awesome, placing […]