This final piece of athletes' corner is the best...okay, I'm going to say that about every athlete that I interview because it's the truth. Some of the athletes you'll see in this growing feature, I have the honour of calling them my friends...real friends, not the imaginary kind that solely exists in my head haha!… Continue reading Athletes’ Corner Part III: Adrian Conway
I am a black girl. Oh you noticed. Yay! We can proceed. Black girls unfortunately have a reputation for choosing to preserve their hairstyle over working out. I have never really been that girl, except for when I got my eyebrows microbladed. Those two weeks of very minimal sweating was SO worth it because I… Continue reading The Black CrossFitter & Her Hair (Mishaps)
Trusting even when it appears you have been forsaken; praying when it seems your words are simply entering a vast expanse where no one hears and no voice answers; believing that God’s love is complete and that He is aware of your circumstances, even when your world seems to grind on as if setting its… Continue reading Genuine faith
If I had to ask you about the most important part of a CrossFit box, what would your answer be? Facilities? Location? And then maybe after a little bit more thought, you'd say the coaches. In my opinion, CrossFit coaches are what make this sport unique and unmatched by any other. My first foray into… Continue reading Athletes’ Corner part II: Adrian Conway
In my efforts to be the best athlete I can be, I have explored different things that can help in legally enhancing your mental and physical capacities during a wod, and especially for the competitive athletes, during a competition, one of these things or techniques, is mindfulness. Due to a back injury, 2017 was a… Continue reading Mindfulness, what’s it all about?
In light of what this blog covers (faith, fitness and everything else,) as a Christian first and athlete second, I can attest to the fact that 9 times out of 10, God has taught me the most when I am training. There exists a beautiful intersection between faith and fitness, one gleans the physical body,… Continue reading Athletes’ Corner part I: Adrian Conway
One of my dear friends Eunice, sent me the link to the song ‘So Will I,’ by Hillsong worship. I had seen this on social media, a lot of my friends go to Hillsong so the title was not a surprise to me. I was standing in front of my workplace, waiting for the video… Continue reading So will I
My sister passed away on the 30th of October. It is a date that I won’t soon forget. The painful part of this grieving process is far from over. In fact, I am starting to believe that grieving never truly ends, you just learn to push back thoughts of your loved one and for a… Continue reading Wilt, fall, root, rise, bloom
When I started my first blog, I was a confused 23 year old. I had some idea of what I wanted in life, but I was too afraid to go for it. Fast forward a couple of years later, I’m 27 now (my word!) and in some aspects, I’m still as confused now as I… Continue reading Just what is this blog about?
It’s been 16 days since my sister passed away. We’ve received flowers, messages from people we hadn’t spoken to in years, all relaying their condolences. Each person saying how sorry they are and that if we need anything, they're there. I've been mulling over that phrase for a while now. What exactly is there that… Continue reading Grief. It comes in shades of black