Tag Archives: water


falling in love with stand-up paddleboarding

When lululemon ambassador Jenn Thiel first went stand-up paddleboarding, it was at the Jericho sailing club on a first date. She instantly fell in love with paddle-boarding but, unfortunately, not with him. That was over two years ago and she’s still in love.

water tips for hot yoga

you asked I’ve been doing a lot of hot yoga lately and my question is about water breaks during class. Is it ok to just take a sip of water whenever I need it? Or am I required to wait until the teacher suggests it? – Serious Sipper a yogi answers Well hello there, Serious […]

running tips: what’s your water ritual?

Picture this: a sizzling hot summer day, the humidity index is through the roof, and, you guessed it – time for your run! With just one step out the door you begin to melt but the sweat pouring off your brow is no match for your cool, clean water bottle full of liquid gold. As […]

ask a yogi: what to eat before yoga class

you asked… I was wondering what is the best thing to eat before a power class. And how long before class it is safe to eat. – Jodi danielle answers Ideally, I suggest not eating for at least a couple of hours before practice but there are those days when you might have skipped a […]

finished my marathon… now what?

Elyse takes on a journery and shares some best practices for when you have finished your marathon. Rest, relax, recover and revel in your accomplishment! You have trained hard for the past four months, so it’s time to let your body repair. This is often hard for many runners, as a marathon brings not only […]

on the other side of the race

If you were to ask someone to wake up before dawn to do a little volunteer work… it would take a dedicated and committed person to step up to the challenge. But when lululemon athletica Ala Moana store manager Corey came calling, a group of Honolululemons woke up bright and early to support the local […]

drink water, even if you’re not thirsty

When I was 15, I learned what it meant to be dehydrated. We were at a school event – an overnight sports marathon affectionately termed the ‘Marafun’ – and my hands ballooned to the size of ski-gloves. Now, if you saw my hands to begin with, you’d know they’re rather small, perhaps even freakishly small. […]

hiking yoga: step off your mat

Getting down and dirty in yoga class is admirable – getting off your mat and practicing outdoors is extraordinary. Taking yoga outdoors stimulates the senses and heightens physical awareness. I have found hiking yoga to be one of the most invigorating and spiritual activities. Without breath, you are not doing yoga. So why not breathe […]

foods to keep you fueled up

When you’re training for a triathlon, what should you eat? Kirsten shares what she’s learned about eating for athletes.