Alyssa Bloomquist

Mom Qualifies for Olympic Trials Training with a Stroller

It’s clear that Alyssa Bloomquist, a speech pathologist in Greeneville, SC,  is a really talented runner. Four months after giving birth, she ran a 5k, not really training for it, and finished in 17:20. What’s also clear is that she is one tough mother runner–looking at challenges not as setbacks but as opportunities to get stronger and … Read more

Rose Wetzel, spartan racer.

Interview with American Ninja Warrior Rose Wetzel

What’s harder than crawling under barbed wire and swinging from rope to rope? Being a mom. That’s according to Rose Wetzel, mom and American Ninja Warrior finalist. I met Rose in college at Georgetown University where she ran track and cross country and was always one of the friendliest people in the room. After college, Rose … Read more

Rebecca Weinand stretching

Guest Post: Running with MS

  Rebecca Weinand is a step-mother of two, a health and wellness coach, and an elite marathoner. I’m lucky enough to run a bulk of my miles alongside this amazing person. She lets me ramble, offers helpful perspectives, and never makes me feel bad if I’m running late. She’s thoughtful, profound, and, tough as nails.  … Read more

NEVER MISS A RUN!

Join my mailing list & get your weekly checklist to NEVER MISS A RUN! Plus, get exclusive content straight to your inbox that'll help you be the BEST mom & runner you can be! 

You have Successfully Subscribed!