can be anything you want it to be.
my goal is not to be better than anyone else. but to be better than i used to be.
one hundred freaking kilometres in 4 hours 24 minutes and 42 seconds. read all about my experience and if i would do it again.
over a year ago on saturday march 10th 2018, i completed my first duathlon and it didn’t go as well as I had hoped.
my second attempt at snowshoeing, it was just as entertaining but not nearly as painful as my first experience. i’d do it again, does that mean i won?
our annual “what the f*** were we thinking” hike.
26km and 45,000 steps to almost the top of the black tusk on the hottest weekend of the year.
i do yoga sometimes. i pretend to know what i am doing.
most of the time i just do what feels good but more often than not, i only do what pushes my limits.
learning that yoga is more than movement of the body.
it’s connecting movement with the mind.
a wannabe hiker sharing her hiking accomplishments and goals, one hike at a time.
summary of the hikes i have done, and want to do.
my goal is to complete a gran fondo, one day.
i bike here and there, but my quads hate me.
my three training rides; lighthouse park, deep cove and belcarra, and my experience on the stages flight bikes.
our adventures of abby.
no one would probably even think to go to Abbotsford, BC let alone imagine having an amazing weekend there but we did.
believe it or not, i use to hate the idea of going to the gym.
my short desire to do an olympic weightlifting competition.
it’s okay to give up on your goal, if your heart is no longer in it.
fighting for me.
pushing myself out of my comfort zone after being lost for four years.
750m open water swim, 20km bike, 5km run.
some of my favourite and longest hikes in the Whistler and Pemberton area.
joffre lake, garibaldi lake, panorama ridge, meager creek.
hike details, my experience and tips.
hiking in the north shore.
eagle bluff’s x 2, norvan falls and grouse grind.
howe sound favourites
highline, mt gardner, sea to summit, tunnel bluffs, and the chief.
the most humbling experience.
my first very olympic triathlon.
1.5km swim, 40km bike, 10km run
hiking/ walking south of the border
deception pass, whatcom falls, runyon canyon, silver falls state park, grand canyon, and cathedral rock.
My journey to achieving and completing a Half Marathon. Running a half marathon was a 2011 New Years Goal for me, I wanted to do it because I was tired of feeling down and letting the discomfort and pain in my right knee affect my life.