I’ve long been a big believer that…
yoga + running = a match made in heaven.
This smooth 30 minute yoga practice, led by official lululemon SeaWheeze ambassador Kerri Kelly, is perfect for runners who need to get a little bendy after pounding the pavement.
I won’t be able to run SeaWheeze this year, but I was really impressed by lulu’s new SeaWheeze half-marathon training app for iOS. The SeaWheeze app [Update: SeaWheeze app is no longer available; here is a link to the lululemon app] is
one part pocket sized personal trainer, one part DJ and one part Vancouver city guide. Beginner and intermediate training programs include cross training, yoga and running options designed to help you reach your running goals, regardless if you’re training for SeaWheeze or another half marathon. The app lets you track your training, share your progress and listen to incredible music to keep you motivated.
I don’t really need the Vancouver city guide (right now), but I can definitely use the personal training and DJ features. It would be an especially awesome tool if they eventually allowed users to select their own training start dates so it can be effectively used for other races. But, for what it is–the SeaWheeze Half-Marathon app–it does a pretty amazing job. Check out all the details on lululemon’s blog.
I love this line: yoga + running = a match made in heaven.
“One step at a time, one step at a time”. My mantra has an almost fanatical tone as my eyes gaze up at the daunting hill ahead of me. Running has always been a part of my life. My father was a runner and the exposure has transcribed itself into a lifetime relationship with my sneakers.
I have watched 17 min. video. I will watch another part later. Thanks for sharing.