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  • With 4 starts and 3 first places in her career, we're very excited to see what tomorrow has in store for our Newly Minted. Be sure to catch her in race #3 at Saratoga tomorrow! Post time is at approximately 2:06pm! See you there!!
  • With 4 starts and 3 first places in her career, we're very excited to see what tomorrow has in store for our Newly Minted. Be sure to catch her in race #3 at Saratoga tomorrow! Post time is at approximately 2:06pm! See you there!!
  • 9 1 12 hours ago
  • • FEEL GOOD FRIDAYS • 
A few fundamentals I’ve learnt from all my years working with men. 
Most men don’t know what size they wear 
Most men will give it 3 times max. to get their size right 
Most men don’t want to spend a long time shopping 
Most men aren’t aware that you can tailor your suit to get a better silhouette 
Most men don’t like to shop with their partner because they end up wearing what their partner likes

Not to toot my own horn but 🎺 🎺 
I have made a living out of being able to size you up on sight & will often get your size right within 2 garments. 
Which means the process can take 30mins in some cases. And who wouldn’t be happy with that. 
Styling / shopping doesn’t have to be a long, drawn out, arduous process.
And it doesn’t need to be intimidating either.
It is actually there to make life easier for you. Once I know your sizes you never have to step foot inside a shopping centre again.

If you or a man you know could benefit from a consult, please get in touch via phone or email in my bio.
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  • • FEEL GOOD FRIDAYS •
    A few fundamentals I’ve learnt from all my years working with men.
    Most men don’t know what size they wear
    Most men will give it 3 times max. to get their size right
    Most men don’t want to spend a long time shopping
    Most men aren’t aware that you can tailor your suit to get a better silhouette
    Most men don’t like to shop with their partner because they end up wearing what their partner likes

    Not to toot my own horn but 🎺 🎺
    I have made a living out of being able to size you up on sight & will often get your size right within 2 garments.
    Which means the process can take 30mins in some cases. And who wouldn’t be happy with that.
    Styling / shopping doesn’t have to be a long, drawn out, arduous process.
    And it doesn’t need to be intimidating either.
    It is actually there to make life easier for you. Once I know your sizes you never have to step foot inside a shopping centre again.

    If you or a man you know could benefit from a consult, please get in touch via phone or email in my bio.
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    #rosevincistyling
  • 2 1 12 hours ago
  • Race day is coming up soon!
  • Race day is coming up soon!
  • 1 1 12 hours ago
  • RACE RECAP 📢
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I started the race with Anthony and two other teammates from @boutiqueendurance. The plan was to run under 1:40, and ideally for me, under 1:39 (4:41/km).
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In my half marathon last year, I made the mistake of starting a bit too slow and having to run some really fast splits later to squeak under 1:40. I wanted to avoid that this time around and run a more even-paced effort, all the while still running a negative split. We went out at 4:42 pace, definitely faster than I expected, but I felt comfortable. Things felt controlled for about the first 10km.
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As we neared 13km, things began feeling harder. Anthony and one of our teammates fell behind a bit, but luckily, our other teammate was still there. At this point, runners were pretty spaced apart, so I was glad not be running on my own. .
Between 13-16km, I would say I went through a pretty challenging patch mentally. I began doubting myself and wondering if I’d gone out too fast. But at every kilometre, we were still on pace, so I tried not to panic. I told myself, “You don’t need to be a hero. Just hold 4:40s, and you’ll have enough at the end.”
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I was now deep in the pain cave. Every little twist and turn on the course began to take its toll on my legs and ankles, but I knew once we got to Parc René-Lévesque, the course would mostly be straight and that it would be easier to maintain the pace. .
Sure enough, as soon as we entered the park, I felt much stronger mentally. Physically, I was on the edge, but I knew that if I kept it together, I would be able to finish in my goal time. I definitely wanted to stop. The pain was real. But I refused to give in.
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In the last 2km, I used every mental tool in my toolbox. “You have less than 10 minutes of running left. That’s nothing.” “You didn’t come here to run easy.” “It’s time to empty the tank.” At this point, I couldn’t think straight entirely. I just let my competitive instinct take over. .
Crossed the finish line in 1:38:51. I’m proud of the time. But I’m even more proud of the effort that I put into it.
  • RACE RECAP 📢
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    I started the race with Anthony and two other teammates from @boutiqueendurance. The plan was to run under 1:40, and ideally for me, under 1:39 (4:41/km).
    .
    In my half marathon last year, I made the mistake of starting a bit too slow and having to run some really fast splits later to squeak under 1:40. I wanted to avoid that this time around and run a more even-paced effort, all the while still running a negative split. We went out at 4:42 pace, definitely faster than I expected, but I felt comfortable. Things felt controlled for about the first 10km.
    .
    As we neared 13km, things began feeling harder. Anthony and one of our teammates fell behind a bit, but luckily, our other teammate was still there. At this point, runners were pretty spaced apart, so I was glad not be running on my own. .
    Between 13-16km, I would say I went through a pretty challenging patch mentally. I began doubting myself and wondering if I’d gone out too fast. But at every kilometre, we were still on pace, so I tried not to panic. I told myself, “You don’t need to be a hero. Just hold 4:40s, and you’ll have enough at the end.”
    .
    I was now deep in the pain cave. Every little twist and turn on the course began to take its toll on my legs and ankles, but I knew once we got to Parc René-Lévesque, the course would mostly be straight and that it would be easier to maintain the pace. .
    Sure enough, as soon as we entered the park, I felt much stronger mentally. Physically, I was on the edge, but I knew that if I kept it together, I would be able to finish in my goal time. I definitely wanted to stop. The pain was real. But I refused to give in.
    .
    In the last 2km, I used every mental tool in my toolbox. “You have less than 10 minutes of running left. That’s nothing.” “You didn’t come here to run easy.” “It’s time to empty the tank.” At this point, I couldn’t think straight entirely. I just let my competitive instinct take over. .
    Crossed the finish line in 1:38:51. I’m proud of the time. But I’m even more proud of the effort that I put into it.
  • 16 6 13 hours ago
  • The Balance of Triathlon is really just a bunch of risk calculations. In training, you’ve got your coach to help you with those calculations - but on race day, YOU have to make the decisions. •
When to push harder, when to take on more hydration, nutrition, when to back off.
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This is why preparation is so vital. Consistency and practice leading into a race will ultimately give you the best awareness of you - how you react, perform under duress, what type and how much hydration or nutrition you need if different conditions. Whether you feel overtrained, undertrained etc. •
A good prep will have you taking these risks more confidently. •
Knowing yourself is imperative. •
Trusting your intuition is a skill you can’t afford not to master. 👊🏽
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#ecrevolution #endurancecollab #waragainstmediocrity #getafterit #trusttheprocess #trustyourintuition #raceday #ironmantraining #triathlon #triathlontraining #ironman #roadtokona #riskitforthebiscuit #swimbikerun
  • The Balance of Triathlon is really just a bunch of risk calculations. In training, you’ve got your coach to help you with those calculations - but on race day, YOU have to make the decisions. •
    When to push harder, when to take on more hydration, nutrition, when to back off.

    This is why preparation is so vital. Consistency and practice leading into a race will ultimately give you the best awareness of you - how you react, perform under duress, what type and how much hydration or nutrition you need if different conditions. Whether you feel overtrained, undertrained etc. •
    A good prep will have you taking these risks more confidently. •
    Knowing yourself is imperative. •
    Trusting your intuition is a skill you can’t afford not to master. 👊🏽

    #ecrevolution #endurancecollab #waragainstmediocrity #getafterit #trusttheprocess #trustyourintuition #raceday #ironmantraining #triathlon #triathlontraining #ironman #roadtokona #riskitforthebiscuit #swimbikerun
  • 12 0 14 hours ago
  • This beauty is all loaded up and ready for race day tomorrow! Don’t forget to tune into the live stream on Facebook or YouTube! Big thanks to all of our sponsors and crew members for all the help to get this beautiful race car on the track each week! Who can spot the difference 🤭🤔cratesprintcar #70 #raceday #ohswekenspeedway
  • This beauty is all loaded up and ready for race day tomorrow! Don’t forget to tune into the live stream on Facebook or YouTube! Big thanks to all of our sponsors and crew members for all the help to get this beautiful race car on the track each week! Who can spot the difference 🤭🤔cratesprintcar #70 #raceday #ohswekenspeedway
  • 20 0 14 hours ago
  • Qué ganas de volver a competir!! 🙌🏼 •
Poquito más de un mes para mi próximo evento —> #703cozumel •
Me encanto la foto, gracias! @edgarcinema @mazdaoficial
  • Qué ganas de volver a competir!! 🙌🏼 •
    Poquito más de un mes para mi próximo evento —> #703cozumel
    Me encanto la foto, gracias! @edgarcinema @mazdaoficial
  • 133 4 14 hours ago
  • Head to the track Sunday for the Madcap Racing Engines Fast 16, American Ethanol Quick 16, the Fineline Graphics Series, and the Trench Shoring Services Jr. Drag Racing Series! It's a perfect event for some family fun!
#Bandimere #ThunderMountain #RaceDay #FunForAllAges
  • Head to the track Sunday for the Madcap Racing Engines Fast 16, American Ethanol Quick 16, the Fineline Graphics Series, and the Trench Shoring Services Jr. Drag Racing Series! It's a perfect event for some family fun!
    #Bandimere #ThunderMountain #RaceDay #FunForAllAges
  • 171 1 15 hours ago