Heather has many different facets to her positive personality. She runs, climbs, hikes, is a
photographer, has a passion for art culture, is a huge sci-fi nerd, but also routes for the Seattle
SeaHawks. Heather likes to collect life experiences, and it’s tough to put her in a box.
The way Heather stays active is by training 3-4 days a week both on trails and on roads. She rock
climbs both indoor and outdoor, and occasionally does structured workouts. Heather is really
involved in the obstacle course racing (OCR) community! She hosts a podcast called Overcome and
Run all about OCR, and after running about 20-30 OCRs a year, she has gotten super connected
into the community.
Heather’s biggest fitness goal for 2019 is to get 60 or more miles at the World’s Toughest Mudder
Race in November. She would also like to reach the podium at a Spartan race, and qualify for the
OCR World Championships. In her personal life, she wants to have another successful year with
her photography business and travel more.
Belt of Choice: Hydra 16
Frequently running mid-length runs (8-10 miles), the Hydra 16 is the perfect hydration belt to
carry everything she needs comfortably.
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