Sole Girls Blog

Pacific Northwest Marathon Training: Week 6

August 8, 2018

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Goal Setting Why is it important to set goals? Goals give you direction, motivation and keep you accountable to yourself! The PNW Marathon team discusses their goals in running and life and in what ways they overlap. Read below!   Ashley Training is going well, I’m finding strength in most things I’m doing. Finding time […]

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What’s It Like Being a Parent Ambassador?

July 30, 2018

Posted In: Community, Programs

    Parents are at the heart of our community. Since day one there have been many special parents who have helped Sole Girls grow. With fall just around the corner we’re going to be launching into a whole new season of empowerment. Parents often ask us how they can get a Sole Girls session […]

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Pacific Northwest Marathon Training: Week 7

July 25, 2018

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Our Values in Life and Sport What do you value? How do these important themes appear in your life? When you stay true to yourself and your values, they will show up everywhere! The PNW Marathon team discusses this during their week 7 on the 8 week countdown to Race Day! Read on to hear […]

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Pacific Northwest Marathon Training: 8 Week Countdown

July 16, 2018

Posted In: Community, Running, Sole Fun, Sole Girls Topics

Being a Sole Girl; Solemates who train together, stick together! Exciting news! A group of Sole Women have decided to join together to train for the Pacific Northwest Half and Full Marathon! The race takes place this Fall on Saturday, September 15th in Oregon, which means we have 8 weeks before race week. The countdown […]

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Sole Awesome Canada Day Prize Winners 2018

July 13, 2018

Posted In: Community, Events, Sole Fun, Uncategorized

Sunday FUNday Wow! What a day we had! There is no better way to celebrate Canada Day and our country’s values than by being active together. Sole Awesome had sole much fun with you and our fellow community partners; Harmony Kids Yoga, DANCEPL3Y, Split Second Basketball, Tumbletown & Purple Dragon Kitsilano Academy. Thank you for […]

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Sole Awesome 2018!

May 31, 2018

Posted In: Community, Events, Running, Sole Fun, Uncategorized

The day begins! The event expo was FULL of fun things to start the day off with; there were dance parties that broke out to Arctic Note’s #SoleAwesome music and a ring toss set up by Kids Physio. To properly fuel our bodies, tons of healthy snacks were available and F2C kept us hydrated with their tasty Hydradurance drink. […]

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Be a Confident Girl!

November 23, 2017

Posted In: Community, Sole Girls Topics

Hey Sole Girls! Today on the Vlog we explore how to be the most confident girl in the room.  These simple tricks only take 30 seconds or less to do, so give them a try!  Remember, practice is key – you have to do it more than once. and you have it in you to […]

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3 Empathy tools for coaches

November 11, 2017

Posted In: Community, Sole Girls Topics

Empathy – One of the hardest tools to remember to use in tough times, especially when we care so much and want to make life better! In this video, head coach Ashley will talk about tools that you can easily apply to get through to girls and make an even bigger difference in their lives.  […]

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Navigating the Whoa Sugar Season

October 26, 2017

Posted In: Sole Girls Topics

Halloween is just a couple days away and with all the costumes, trick-or-treating and candy comes a new season; the season of Whoa sugars! At Sole Girls we like to talk about nutrition using Go and Whoa sugars. Go Sugars are the kinds of foods that help us go, go, go! They give us energy […]

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How to Connect with Your Girl Through Running

October 1, 2017

Posted In: Running, Sole Fun, Sole Girls Topics

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  At Sole Girls, we love to run. It’s not just because it makes us feel free, helps our mental health and makes our bodies feel awesome, but it’s also an amazing way to connect with people. When we run, it creates an atmosphere free of barriers that makes connection and talking about difficult topics […]

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What Makes Sole Girls Special by Coach Annika

September 5, 2017

Posted In: Community, Programs, Uncategorized

  Sole Girls is my life. If you see me getting active in my community chances are I am wearing a Sole Girls shirt. If you see me driving down the street my car is decked out in Sole Girls stickers. If you look at my Instagram most of my photos have something to do […]

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Sarah Taylor: I am strong, I am bold, I am beautiful

August 22, 2017

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  This week, we are featuring Toronto’s Sarah Taylor from Sarah Taylor’s Journey! Sarah openly shares her journey of surviving abuse, self-hatred and sadness to thriving in a place of joy and self-love to give other women hope that they too can overcome anything and see beauty in themselves. We connected with Sarah and invite you […]

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Sole Girls Operations Manager

August 11, 2017

Posted In: Community

    Join an Inspiring Movement and Empower Girls We are looking for an enthusiastic and inspiring woman, with a passion for physical activity, to join our Vancouver team this September 2017!   Sole Girls Operations Manager   Our core values are essential in how we run our operations, and we are looking for an […]

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Dayna Pidhoresky: Just try your best and worry less!

July 31, 2017

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    This week we are featuring Vancouver’s Dayna Pidhoresky! Dayna is an elite runner, winner of Montreal’s Half-Marathon 2017 women’s race and qualifier for IAAF World Half Marathon Championships in February 2018! Read about Dayna’s journey to finding balance, her happy pace and her favourite ways to move her body!   Can you talk a little […]

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Kersten Kimura: Figuring Out Female Hormones

July 27, 2017

Posted In: Community

    This week we are featuring Kersten Kimura from Urban Jane. Kersten is NASM Certified personal trainer and a hypothalamic amenorrhea warrior. She helps women overcome hypothalamic amenorrhea (missing periods caused by excess exercise and food restrictions). Read about Kersten’s story to finding balance and figuring out female hormones.   Can you talk a little about […]

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