Sarah Brown, ex-pro runner for New Balance

An Interview with Ex-Pro Runner Sarah Brown

Sarah Brown was one of the top milers in the U.S. and, until earlier this year, ran professionally for New Balance. But you may know Sarah as the focus of the documentary debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival and aired as an ESPNW series, called “Run Mama Run.” The documentary details Sarah’s journey to the … Read more

Finding time to exercise

11 Strategies to Bust Barriers to Exercise

Mother Runners know that none of the barriers to exercise have been as steep as the ones present in parenthood—demanding schedules, sleepless nights, illness, feedings, separation anxiety, the list goes on. Before becoming a mom, it was just me and my willpower. But now, other human beings are in the equation and it requires a … Read more

nutrition for runners

A Guide to Race Day Nutrition

Let’s talk race-day nutrition. And who better to talk with than sports nutrition legend, Eddie Reymond? Eddie has helped more than 16,000 athletes including many Olympians, gold medalists, and world champions nail their race-day nutrition. In fact, athletes travel from far and wide to consult with Eddie, founder of Eddie’s Health Shoppe, which just happens to be … Read more

Running postpartum

Why Having a Baby is Like Blood Doping

Did you know that running postpartum can give you a competitive edge? In 2007, Paula Radcliffe won the New York City Marathon—NINE months after having a baby. In 2011, Kara Goucher ran a personal best in the Boston Marathon, placing fifth, less than SEVEN months after having her baby. That’s crazy, right? Well, it is, and … Read more

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