I’m excited this morning. As a birthday gift, Ryan and Sierra got me an entry into the Woman to Warrior 5km ocr. When I first realized it would be the weekend after the beast, I was a little worried. It … Continue reading
I have wanted to write this blog post for a few days, however due to the sheer emotions that I was experiencing post beast, I wanted to put this together when I had a clearer head. I have to start … Continue reading
Today my friend Troy and I decided to go for a hike. For me mentally it was going to be to have some time on my feet, and practice on un even terrain to prepare for the Sun Peaks Beast. … Continue reading
This blog has a huge focus on my ocr and running adventures, but I wanted to talk a bit about a huge life event that happened today: Sierra’s first day of kindergarten. I’ve heard it’s ok not to be ok … Continue reading
Wow. I’m not going to lie, I am sore. This weekend was a pretty heavy training weekend for me. 26km run yesterday, a 6.2km this morning (had to make up a training run), and hubs organized our first “Go Ruck” … Continue reading
I wanted to share with you the best podcast available regarding the Worlds Toughest Mudder event, that includes up to date information about the Tough Mudder community as a whole. After listening to each episode thus far I’ve been inspired … Continue reading
I wanted to get real for a moment here. I know we all have super busy lives, and most of us are scheduling our training / races around our lives. We also seem to live in a world where some … Continue reading
Today Ryan, Sierra, Troy and I headed to the Vancity OCR gym to help setup and participate in the Coastal Warrior challenge. Anytime I get to try something new I get excited, and Sierra was super happy to do a … Continue reading
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A friend of mine from my We Run Surrey Crew running group drew this image of me. His name is Rhence Ocampo and he is super talented. It is kind of cool to see myself in the form of art.
It’s funny, how after you do a major event, you think to yourself that you have crossed it off a list and it will never happen again. After completing my first marathon in 2016, I wasn’t super eager to do … Continue reading