Katie Middleton, our March Mother Runner of the Month, has a run streak of 1,300 days. Her daughters are 2 and 5. Do the math. That means she ran the day the gave birth! (Up and down the halls of the hospital for a mile).
Recently I interviewed mother runner, Alyssa Bloomquist, about how she qualified for the Olympic Trials in the marathon doing track workouts running with a stroller. How in the world?
All of us know that running with a stroller is really difficult and trying to hold a fast
If we Mother Runners have one thing in common—it’s our struggles with finding time to take care of ourselves. And, while running is certainly a form of self-care, it often needs to be balanced out. The grueling workouts, early wake-ups, and schedule maneuvers running often
Talk to this month's Mother Runner of the Month, Jamie Deitrick, for two minutes and you'll see: she has a huge heart and she loves running. Jamie is a college professor in South Carolina and a mom of two kids. She started running almost 3
This guest post is brought to you by mother (ultra) runner Andrea Brambila of metconsandmiles.com who is an expert in how to run without getting hurt:
Andrea and I met via Instagram as she and I both have similar missions--to show women everywhere that "taking time out