How To Make Running Goals and Keep Them

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Dear readers,  Today I am excited to bring you a fabulous guest blog post on how to make running goals and keep them from Running Stats! Please enjoy, comment and share with your friends! Jennifer –Montreal Runner Mom ************************************************************************************************************* Creating running goals can be challenging. Even more challenging, is keeping running goals. You may start out ambitious and […]

Race Prepping in 10 Easy Steps

Race Prepping in 10 Easy Steps

Big race tomorrow? Feeling nervous, excited and a little scatterbrained all at once? Just follow this easy guide to race prepping and you will be on your way! Whether it’s your first race or your 10th, there are always important things to consider and plan for. Planning and preparing in advance will make you feel […]

How to get in a workout WITH your kids!

Workout WITH your child

Ped days. They’re probably some of your child’s favorite days of the school year but let’s face it…they’re not always yours. It sounds great in theory and honestly it sometimes is! There are those magical days when your little prince or princess gets to stay home with Mommy and bake cookies, play board games and […]

New Spring #RunningGear by #CTR!

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Today is all about some fabulous new running gear which I was very thankful to receive by the local Montreal company Chaos Hats. They provided me with four CTR items which have been put to good use this week during my training runs! Chase Ponytail Skully First of all as much it’s spring, it still feels […]

MARATHON entry & January Updates

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It’s done!! I have officially entered my first MARATHON! Woot! Woot! It was a bit of a spontaneous moment. I was absent minded and scrolling my way through FB recently when I noticed a coupon code for the Montreal Marathon. Then before I knew what had happened, I grabbed the code, headed on over to […]

Stretch like a Dancer

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Ever since I can remember I had an identity-I was a dancer and the daughter of a dancer. Growing up, my parents owned a dance studio in our community and throughout my childhood, teens and young adult years all things related to dance permeated my life. Training, competitions, teaching, you name it-I did it all. […]