"[Running 5K]...lead from some of the disappointment and the depressiveness, to this fun thing doing [it] with my kid."
"Next year...It will involve zombies. It may or may not involve my husband...because one day I'm gonna drag him into doing this. But it WILL involve my kids! Because being a healthy active human, isn't really that insane."
- Sarah H.
Prince George, British Columbia Canada
“Pole dance has changed me more ways than one since starting back in 2007. My body has changed. My lifestyle has changed. And I have changed generally as a person.”
“Biking for me isn’t so much a hobby but it is a tool for getting from point A to B. There are people who drive cars who probably have know idea how cars work. That’s me with bicycles. It’s just a thing like breathing and eating - I just want it to be a form of transportation. To paraphrase Queen, ‘I want to ride my bicycle’.”
"In yoga, practice doesn’t make perfect. No matter how many classes you’ve taken or taught in your life, each time you practice is simply another opportunity to deepen your practice. Work on the stillness of your thoughts. Work on the stillness of your body. Work on your focus, resist the urge to fidget during a pose, wipe away your sweat, or fix your hair. Allow your imperfect self to just be in the moment. Be in the messiness of your mind."
“I think I’m young so I act like it. I don’t realize how old I am.”
“Some women in Africa have to take 80,000 steps every day to fetch water, so I wanted to go the same distance.”
"I move for two reasons, the first to inspire others and the second for myself."
Two key aspects and associated quotes about movement via Dr. Doug Gleddie.
Aspect #1: Movement for the sake of Movement!
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“When I was growing up as a kid, I never had opportunities to be around celebrities…with my career playing with the Harlem Globetrotters. I am able to give back all across the country. I truly love it. Whenever you can take a kid and put a smile on their face and allow them to enjoy what they are doing out there. It is very important.”