Mother runners don’t have a lot of time to waste. But many of us have been wasting our time on popular running tips that we think are helping us but are doing nothing—or worse, hurting us.
The truth is, the sport of running has been around
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 guest post is brought to you by mother (ultra) runner Andrea Brambila of metconsandmiles.com who is an expert in how to run without getting hurt:
Andrea and I met via Instagram as she and I both have similar missions--to show women everywhere that "taking time out
Neely Gracey is a pro marathon runner for Adidas and a mother runner (mom to 18-month-old Athens). And, she and I have one big thing in common. After having our sons, we both struggled to get back to running. After one terrible run in particular,
Yoga for runners is like eating vegetables. We know we should do it. We know it is good for us. But we don't.
For most mother runners, it comes down to time. We simply don't have time to do it.
That's why I got with Ashly Sims, a