Every runner should be doing a long run. Even if you're just training for a 5k, you still need to do a long run. I'll tell you why.
About a year after my son was born, I decided to get more competitive with my running. I sought
Baby, it’s hot outside. And you’re running. You’re awesome, Mother Runners! If you’re like me, you can fall into the trap of thinking your paces running in heat should be the same as those on a cool autumn day. Think again.
I remember one incredibly hot summer day
Running with a stroller is difficult to say the least. Often when I'm pushing the double BOB stroller up a hill, I hear my daughter taunt "Mom, are you even running right now?" Yes, yes I am, sweetheart. But the workout is no joke.
In fact, studies
The struggle to keep my running motivation going has never been more real than as a Mother Runner. When racing in high school, my father (once a Marine, always a Marine) would shout a familiar Marine Corps running motivation mantra—“Pain is temporary! Pride is forever!”