5 Running Movies on Netflix You Can Watch This Month
Whenever I’m in a bit of a running lull, I look for ways to get myself back into it. I might pick up a book, talk about it with other […]Read more..
5 Tips to Support a Runner on Race Day
With in person racing coming back this fall and (hopefully) here to stay, you may be feeling a bit lost with the whole environment of a race. Running an in […]Read more..
Street Safety: Keeping your safe space safe
When talking about running with friends and family, and the broader Toronto running community, over the last year, the word safe(ty) always seemed to come up. Many Toronto runners refer […]Read more..
Taking Up Space
When I started running more than five years ago, one of the main things that drew me to the sport was being part of a community. As a female recreational […]Read more..
The Return of In-Person Races
With the events of the last year and a half, many in the running community are excited this fall. There is a return to in-person races all over the world […]Read more..
The High Five: Interesting Running Achievements in the Six
As August winds down, the oppressive humidity and scorching temperatures of the summer start to fade away. For many, this signal of cooler weather conjures images of multi-coloured leaves and […]Read more..
Tracking your runs: Monitoring your cycle
Females participating in aesthetic sports often talk about, or are impacted by, menstrual cycles. For example, within dance and gymnastics, females often experience their first period (menarche) later than ‘normal’, […]Read more..
The High Five of Favourite Running Socks: Let’s Sock and Roll
Running and running shoes are a pair that are usually talked about a lot. Runners check out shoe reviews (or at least I do!) and we try different ones to […]Read more..
Tracking your runs
Runners love to track. Tracking looks different for everyone, but most often takes the form of: Indicating what days you run Recording the distance or pace of your run Totalling […]Read more..
Finding Your Why
I’ve heard many times that it’s important to “Find Your Why?” But to be very honest, I struggle with what that means. Maybe my why is just lost. Sometimes I think I’ve found it. That I’ve found some magic reason that makes sense as to why I run.Read more..