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We had a rockin' good time at our second destination run weekend, Run Arizona, Jan. 13-17, 2023. More than 120 runners with Moms on the Run gathered in Tempe for Rock 'n' Roll Arizona, a race series featuring a 5K, 10K, half and marathon — complete with live music throughout the race courses!. It was fun to see so many represent MOTR with our bright shirts and smiling faces.
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, is here to welcome all of our challengers who have signed up for MOTRvate28 — our 28-day healthy lifestyle challenging launching Feb. 1, 2023! We'll focus on nine different healthy categories: active lifestyle, cardio, strength, fruits/veggies, sweets, hydration, sleep, self-care and choose your own goal! Listen in as Carrie talks about the benefits of this challenge and, if you're not registered yet, join us at www.momsontherun.com/motrvate28.
During our Run Arizona destination weekend Jan. 13-16, National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, hosted a live podcast for CTolleRun.com at the Rock 'n' Roll Arizona expo. Listen in as she chats with pro runner and author Sara Slattery, OOFOS' Whitney Krempin, and Moms on the Run founder Karissa Johnson. The group talks about their roles in the industry, how the sport has changed over time for women, parenting in sports as kids get older, how they were as athletes, where they’d like to see the sport go, and much more.
Fun is our middle name at Moms on the Run. Ok, well it's the middle name in our slogan of 'Fitness, Fun and Friendship' anyway. Today, we want to focus on making our workouts fun. Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares how she mixes up her workouts to keep them fun. And our franchise owners are awesome at keeping the run fun with creative ideas like Donut Runs, scavenger hunts and themed workouts. Grab your tutu and change up your routine to make your next run fun!
Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, talks about one of the biggest benefits to being a part of Moms on the Run: community! Having a community of like-minded women to keep us accountable in our fitness and life goals is so important. Our motto is 'Fitness, Fun & Friendship,' and it's the friendship part that keeps us coming back for more.