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Latitude Living Profile

Latitude Living is obsessed with human potential. They like to go inside the minds, refrigerators and world changers. Stay Well. Do Well.   Graham Snowden, Ultra-Marathoner, Ultra Fundraiser - Latitude Living, January 2013

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Nike Canada Runner of the Week

In early December 2012 I received some fairly incredible news – I had been selected as the Nike+ Runner of the Week. Nike Canada Runner of the Week - Nike, December 5, 2012

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Buzz Talk with Graham Snowden

  In May 2012 I sat down with BuzzBuzzHome to talk a little shop and share some of my adventures. Buzz Talk with Graham Snowden - buzzbuzzhome.com, May 9, 2012

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An “Everytime” Person

As a major fundraiser and “creatributor” for imagine1day I was profiled on the imagine1day website as part of leading my Going Coastal teammates on their first multi-day stage race in Costa Rica. Graham Snowden: Everytime Person - imagine1day, March 2012

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Know Your Limits. Exceed Them.

  Ever since I became a triathlete and a marathoner the extent of my limits have become much more easily identifiable. There is no metric for the challenge, the taunting, the veritable beating that an endurance event, of any distance, inevitably delivers to is contenders. Countless hours will spent physiclly preparing for race day. Meticulous [...]

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Importance of Cross Training

There are many articles that discuss the various physical of benefits. In general the idea is that varied or different activities that are are not part of your typical training program will work different muscle groups than your body is used to working. By working these different muscle groups your body then becomes stronger overall, [...]

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Steve Prefontaine

I first heard of Steve Prefontaine about five or six years ago before the thought of completing an endurance event ever came into my mind. Prefontaine achieved acclaim as a middle distance runner in the early 1970′s. Over the course of his running career Prefontaine won 120 of the 153 (78%) races he competed in. Originally from [...]

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Hill Training

Running up a hill is almost always the most dreaded part of a race. Many people will avoid hills in their training runs even if they know their race will include them. Running hills also increases the risk of injury if you’re not using proper form. On the flip side proper hill training can help [...]

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Running Into Yoga

I recently completed a yoga running workshop through YYoga’s Flow Wellness studio in downtown Vancouver. I’ve had several coaches in the past but the knowledge, expertise and energy that Katherine Moore brought to the clinic created a very relaxed yet engaging environment. If you have the chance, I strongly recommend checking out one of her workshops or retreats.         [...]

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Trail Running

                      Let’s face it. Road running, even in a city as beautiful as Vancouver with numerous uninterrupted routes along the many seawalls, can get monotonous; especially when you get up to the longer distances. Training for my fourth full marathon I’ve tried diligently to plan [...]

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