Tag: science

Running Pregnant: Running a half Marathon at 12 Weeks Pregnant

For most people running 21km is a challenge, not to mention doing it when you’re pregnant. In your first trimester you are very tired, your body is going through changes and things might just be a little off. They say when you pass 12 weeks of pregnancy then you’re in your 2nd trimester and then […]

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Jumping Kids : Jackrabbit Charity Trail Run

Date Held: 18 November 2017 Distances: 5km / 10km / 13km Terrain: Trail running Venue: Hoogland Health Hydro Website: My Road Less Travelled and Jumping Kids Photos by: On Saturday 18  November I joined My Road Less Travelled and Jumping Kids to take part in the Jumping Kids Jackrabbit Charity Trail Run at the beautiful Hoogland Health Hydro. […]

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Running Pregnant : First Trimester

So now that the cat is out of the bag and everybody basically knows about out little present that is on its way I can finally start with the new feature that I will be running over the following weeks. That is  – Running Pregnant –  As per my previous post I said after finding […]

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The Mother of all Surprises: Running for 2

I love Surprises! I love the happy feeling of something that happens unexpectedly! As adults be rarely get surprised anymore, we mostly lose that as we grow up- and I never want to lose that, little did I know that 2017 would hold for me the surprise of my LIFE! I was sitting at my […]

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Why do I Pee my pants when I run?!

When I run, it makes me feel free, it liberates me from any responsibilities and things that I otherwise HAVE to do. I like to run fast, and I don’t like being stopped and distracted. But I’ve recently started to encounter a very distracting and very embarrassing event whilst running, and to be honest it’s […]

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