Why Do My Hips Hurt When Running?

The hips are key for running. Unfortunately, many runners suffer from hip pain–especially women who have had babies. In most cases, you do not want to run with hip pain. I share how to prevent hip pain in runners, and what to do if you suffer from hip pain when running. Talk with many female … Read more

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The Best Belly Bands for Pregnant Runners

A comfortable belly band can help pregnant runners run throughout their pregnancy and avoid running injuries and pelvic pain. There are many great options for pregnant runners today. I round up the best belly bands for runners. My absolute favorite is the ReCORE Maternity FITSplint because it is soft, flexible, and breathable. Read about all … Read more


Pregnancy Core Exercises (Expert Tips & 6 Key Moves)

You can do a sit-up pregnant. NO! You can’t! It’s dangerous!…You can do a plank. NO! Stop! You’ll hurt the baby! There is so much confusion and misinformation out there regarding safe pregnancy core exercises. So, I’m setting the record straight with key information and a suggested ab workout for pregnancy. When it comes to … Read more


Should I See a Pelvic Floor Physical Therapist?

In the past several years, a lot has been learned and shared about pelvic floor health postpartum. Honestly, when I had my kids 8 and 5 years ago, I hadn’t heard much about the pelvic floor, and seeing a pelvic floor physical therapist wasn’t on my radar. Even as more information comes out, questions still … Read more

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Baby Benefits of Running While Pregnant

Mother runners know that our running benefits our children by teaching them healthy habits for their bodies and minds. But did you know that the benefits of running start in the womb? That’s right, our running while pregnant benefits our babies even before they are born. Related: Can You Run a Marathon While Pregnant? It’s … Read more


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