Today's training tip features part 3 of our series on training opposing muscle groups. Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares two of her favorite exercises you can do to train your biceps and triceps. Training opposing muscle groups is optimal for muscle growth, intra-workout recovery and injury prevention.
If you missed it, click here to view Part 1 or here to view Part 2.
If you're a mom of young children, life is busy with activity. Our friends at PNC Bank developed tips that parents can use to turn everyday moments — from morning to mealtime to bedtime — into learning opportunities for their child. As you step outside, here are some fun ideas to spur some adventure with your kids.
Pack your (virtual) bags and travel with us to Haiti to support our charitable partner, Feed My Starving Children. On Saturday, Oct. 17 from 7-8 p.m. CST, FMSC will present a virtual gala and mission trip to help feed hungry kids around the world. This event normally takes place in person and is an important fundraiser for the organization. Experience a full itinerary of tour stops with Mark Stockeland, CEO of food partner Haiti Bible Mission. Hear stories first hand, participate in the online auction and shop MarketPlace — all to feed kids. For more details and to register, click here.
Moms on the Run is a proud sponsor of Feed My Starving Children.
Today's training tip features Part 2 of our series on training opposing muscle groups. Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares two easy exercises you can do for your quadriceps (the group of four muscles at the front of the thigh) and hamstrings (the three muscles at the back of the thigh). Training opposing muscle groups is optimal for muscle growth, intra-workout recovery and injury prevention. If you missed Part 1 on chest and back, view it here.
Whether reading a book or trying some breathing exercises, everyone has a favorite way to relax. Refocus your mind and reduce stress, relieve headaches and ease insomnia with the help of meditation. Our sponsor MedExpress shares meditation tips you can do at home and some of the physical health benefits you may experience. Read the full article here.