Welcome to our bustling blog at Moms on the Run. From training tips to news to heartwarming stories of personal achievement and more, our blog is your go-to destination for everything mom-runner related. Within these pages, we offer more than just stories; we cultivate a community where every woman finds support while on her fitness journey. 

In the News: Runner Safety with Jacksonville Moms on the Run

In the wake of the death of Laken Hope Riley, a University of Georgia nursing student who was murdered while out for a run, Jacksonville Moms on the Run was asked to talk about runner safety. One of our top priorities at Moms on the Run is safety, and the [...]

Destination Run Recap: 2024 Run the Coast

What do you get when more than 50 members of Moms on the Run come together for a race weekend? Lots of activity, encouragement, running gear and fun! We had an awesome time at Run the Coast on Jan. 11-15, our third destination run weekend, where we descended on Oceanside, [...]

Jen Rhines joins us at Run the Coast

Three-time Olympian and two-time Masters record holder Jen Rhines will be our guest speaker during our Run the Coast destination weekend. Jen is a professional runner sponsored by Adidas and her accomplishments are many. Jen was a five-time NCAA individual champion at Villanova in the 5000 meters (1994, 1995, and [...]

Meet Anna {& Maya}: November’s Inspiring Members

New Brighton/St. Anthony Moms on the Run coach Anna Carlson and her daughter Maya celebrated a couple of important milestones — turning 50 and 16, respectively — by crossing the finish line of their first marathon together. However, this was not your ordinary marathon training and finish line. That’s because [...]

Recap from Broadcast Booth of Chicago Marathon

Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, has the awesome privilege to sit in the broadcasting booth for many national and international events, the latest being the 2023 Chicago Marathon this past weekend. She had a front row seat Oct. 8 when Kenya’s Kelvin Kiptum set a [...]

Twin Cities Marathon Cancelled due to Black Flag Conditions

Oct. 1 was supposed to be Twin Cities Marathon and 10 Mile in Minnesota. But for the thousands who learned early Sunday the event was cancelled due to extreme heat conditions, it was devastating news. Minneapolis set a new record of 92 degrees on Oct. 1. It breaks an old record [...]