Living and running in a COVID-19 world

Running & Parenting in a Pandemic

Now that you’ve stocked up on groceries, mentally prepared for the kids being home for several weeks, coveted the world’s last toilet paper rolls, and had your race canceled—now what?? Running and parenting during this pandemic, you need to take extra good care of yourself (and your family). There is so much uncertainty with this … Read more

Planning to run may be harder than the run itself.

15 Obstacles to Running for Mother Runners & How to Overcome Them

One of the main perks of running is its spontaneous nature. No need to prepare, just put on your shoes and go. But that’s not the case when you become a mom. As a “mother runner,” running is no longer spur-of-the-moment. Other people are depending on you. They need you. Thus, obstacles abound. However, taking … Read more

Celeste Goodson , founder of ReCORE Fitness

Pelvic Floor Exercises: How the Pros Return to Running Postpartum

Celeste Goodson is dramatically changing the way women, particularly mother runners, are recovering from childbirth. Celeste is the founder of ReCORE Fitness. And, there’s a good chance your favorite professional mother runners have gone through her programs. Elites such as Steph Bruce, Alysia Montano, Gwen Jorgensen, Alyson Felix, Sarah Brown, Neely Gracey, to name a few, have benefited … Read more

Train for a race with a stroller

How to Use Heart Rate Zones Running with a Stroller

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 pace is nearly impossible. Related: 12 Genius Stroller Running … Read more

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