If you had asked anyone on the street what “social distancing” was a month or two ago, they would have likely had no clue what you were talking about. Now, it almost seems like our city has been completely shut down. As of writing, BC has asked its citizens to stay at home during the...
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Located east of UBC, the 872 hectares of trails in Pacific Spirit Regional Park are a great place to run. The sheer number of trails make it a great place to get lost in Vancouver’s beautiful outdoors. Some of the trails are open to dog and cyclists so be sure to look at the map...
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Vancouver has the world’s longest uninterrupted waterfront path. The 28km circles the downtown peninsula and stretches towards Olympic Village in one direction, and Kitsilano Beach in the other. There are many popular routes along the Seawall, including the False Creek loop, running from the Inukshuk in Stanley Park to Yaletown, or the Stanley Park loop. It’s...
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Layers One trick to running in the winter is layering. The key for this is to start off warm. Then, throughout your run, you can easily keep running by removing layers as you go. If you are keen, you can also do a loop run and drop off each layer of clothing in a safe...
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Thinking of starting a running routine? Running is a great way to improve your health and even learn about your community. You can go at your own pace. There isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach! Here are some steps on how to get started and stay focused. Running for as little as five minutes a day could...
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