Tag Archives: #givr

Team Pride

For our last Tuesday training session we decided to forgo the hill and tackle the race route. Everyone was nervous and trying to decide the best running plan for their personal goal. I knew from the weekend that I could do 5k with no walking breaks so I decided to set my sights on that […]

Saturday 12k

On May 12 I had the pleasure of running in the 2016 CUA Lung Run with a few Team Myles members to help raise awareness for lung health.  We had team training that morning and had run 10:1s for 7-8k so I wasn’t sure how smoothly the evening run was going go but we rocked […]

10K competed!

As we are getting closer to the ScotiaBank Bluenose Marathon my nerves are kicking in. We have been running twice a week, attending 360 fit bootcamps and TAYS yoga classes to help make our bodies and minds strong but not having run that distance yet plays with your self confidence. My friend and fellow Myles […]

Old Sole

I actually began writing this blog last week, but true to the story, life kind of happened in between… Last week I was feeling a bit weary. I certainly wouldn’t say unmotivated, run down maybe? Sometimes so much is going on behind the scenes, that it’s hard to know what to show on the surface. […]

Slow but sure

I’ve been beating myself up the past little bit and feeling like I’ve let myself and those who care about me down. I had goals set and fully expected to have reached my 100lb weight loss by now but this past year has been a rough one for me with a lot of life changes; the […]

I am a runner!

I started running a year ago but have never been comfortable referring to myself as “a runner” and would even say I was going out for a jog instead of a run but this has changed. Two weekends ago I was in Yarmouth visiting my mom. I got up Saturday (not at 8am mind you) […]

Stepping outside my comfort zone

Although my fellow Team Myles members may have something different to say I’ve never been the type of person who likes being the centre of attention.  Hiding in the background became a safety mechanism for me after years of being overweight and new situations always bring on a sense of panic; so bootcamp style workouts […]