I like to mix up what’s going on and into my head on my runs depending on my mood and the effort required of the run—run with just my thoughts, run with up-tempo music, run to slow music, run with a friend, or run to
For years I struggled with what I call "dead legs," legs that felt like they had no bounce, just dragging around on the floor. Turns out the problem was that I wasn't properly refueling post-run. After hours of running, I'd come home and maybe eat
Chelsea Mae Plummer over at Mae's Menu asked me to write a guest post for fellow mother runners. (If you haven't checked out Chelsea's site, you should, as it is full of easy-to-make and delicious meals and snacks for runners! These no-bake date energy balls
We’ve all been there. You go for a run, everything feels fine—and then you wake up with a weird ache somewhere in your body. It may be under your knee cap or in your hamstring or in the arch of your foot. And, if you’re
This month's Mother Runner of the Month, Kristin Partenza, comes with a big lesson to listen to your body.
Her Mother Runner of the Month nominator dubbed her a "comeback story" but Kristin's comeback isn't one you would expect. She wasn't on a break from running