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  • HOKA ONE ONE Challenger ATR 4 Review

    A couple of months ago I received an invitation to join the HOKA ONE ONE media house in Chamonix, France to experience the weekend at the UTMB (Ultra Trail Mount Blanc) and write about my experience. HOKA ONE ONE is pronounced HOKA (ONAY-ONAY) which loosely means to “fly over the earth” in the Maori language. …
  • Kick Down your Fitness Barriers with the DivaCup. Period.

    I am all about empowering women to be unstoppable and live to their potential both physically and mentally. I’ve been coaching women for many years to unleash their inner athlete and to take down the barriers that prevent them from exercising. This year I have been training for triathlons. The training can be intense so…
  • Plus Size Representing

    My entire career is dedicated to physically training, advocating and changing the way society views the plus size community when it comes to health and fitness. Some of you know my latest project was writing my first book – BIG FIT GIRL – the drive behind the book is to offer a better representation of athleticism to the plus size community. What I see in society is not what I experience in my world and I feel the need to “fix” the disconnect.

  • Rebel With A Cause

    Welcome to the Big Fit Girl Blog!

    I am so excited after several years of planning a blog, wanting to blog but never doing it, it has finally landed. I feel I have a lot to say and needed an outlet to share my voice and my business endeavours.

  • The TEDx Dream!

    Ok, many people might be getting tired of me talking and posting about TEDx but for me this was a life long dream. Prior to being accepted to speak at TEDx I had applied to five different events only to find out that I hadn’t been invited. The truth is, I probably wasn’t ready at…

  • Can a Big Girl do CrossFit?

    Kelly Glover is a kick ass Aussie living in LA and is the Founder of the popular blog Big Curvy Love, a blog dedicated to plus-size lifestyle, love and fashion. Here is her experience at CrossFit and while many athletes in a diverse range have had a good experience at Crossfit gyms, not all programs…

  • I’m A Plus-Size Runner

    Yesterday I ran my fourth half marathon. It was a long and challenging run of 13.1 miles, and although I consider myself an athlete, my body isn’t exactly built like most runners we tend to visualize. I am ok with being the poster child of the “unconventional athlete;” in fact, it’s become my life’s work…

  • This is What an Athlete Looks Like

    It’s race day and after flying from Vancouver to San Francisco to run my first half marathon, I am already tired from the anticipation. I get up at 6:00 a.m., brush my teeth and, with insane nervousness, lace up my shoes. I hail a cab to Golden Gate Park where they are hosting the 30th…

  • Penningtons: Uncompromising Women

    About a month ago I received a call from Penningtons Head Office in Montreal. Penningtons is one of the Canadian plus size fashion authorities. They called to see if I wanted to be a part of a special project called Uncompromising Women. As you can imagine, the title of the project peaked my interest immediately.…

  • The Polarization of Living Plus Size

    Written and published for HLN TV Online, published date: January 17th, 2015. http://www.hlntv.com/article/2015/01/16/fit-and-fat-plus-size-trainer-health-fitness The Polarization of Living Plus-Size By Louise Green In 2008 I decided to follow my passion. I wanted to inspire people and change lives through fitness and adventure, so I became a personal trainer. I’ve always been athletic and enjoyed sports as…