There’s a difference between being fit, active and healthy ‘just because’ and being fit, active and healthy because you understand how it can affect everything you do in the short and long term without it. I grew up in a fairly active family. My parents had owned one of the largest gyms on the Gold […]
…ah-ha moment…or lack thereof. Does that make me a bad Sweat Pink Ambassador? I hope not! Luckily, my parents have signed my sister and I up for random, local races since we’ve been kidlets. In addition, we played multiple sports, year-round. So it wasn’t necessarily that I’ve had an ah-ha moment of clarity, that health, exercise, […]
If I’m really being honest I think my aha! moment came when I was a young girl. Growing up my older brother would always drag me along with him when he went to play football in the park or just to time me around the track. I knew then that fitness would always be a […]
Jamie interviews John Hayato, ultra runner, triathlete, KEEN boardmember and all around #UltraAwesome guy on this week’s Jamie Unfiltered.
Well, something like that. After graduating from college in 2009, I thought I had everything together and that everything was perfect. I mean, that’s when your life begins, right?! With little “real world” responsibilities and more money than I knew what to do with, the brutality of the 9-5 began to take a toll on […]
I took about 3 years of dance classes as a kid before eventually giving it up for soccer, cheerleading, swimming and a slew of other sports. I was the kid who tried everything without really ever finding a sport that “fits me.” I ended up avoiding group activities in gym and only mildly succeeded at […]
In October of 2011 I began working with a personal trainer in the hopes of getting in shape to play adult league soccer. I had been a soccer player through high school and a soccer coach for my son’s team. I loved the sports, but used my lack of physical fitness to get back into […]
After a few crazy weeks of travel, two big yoga events, and hosting house guests on top of it all, I finally felt like I had a chance to settle back in and just be home. And with my race a little over 15 days behind me, I decided it was time to get back in […]