Maple Grove Moms on the Run was featured this month in an articled titled "Fitness and Friendship: Maple Grove Moms on the Run offers fitness to busy women" in Press & News.
Franchise owner Sheila Kenyon summed up the 'why' of Moms on the Run at the end of the article: "Maple Grove moms should join Moms on the Run if they are looking for a community within their community where they will feel supported in their fitness goals, want to surround themselves with positive, upbeat women who enjoy being involved in their community, and just want to have fun."
This video is the third in a series where our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, will share exercises using a stability ball. Today's one- minute workout focuses on our core.* Grab a mat and a stability ball and let's hit the floor!
*If you are newly postpartum, please consult with your medical provider before choosing exercises for your core.
This video is the second in a series where our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, will share exercises using a stability ball. Wall squats focus on the lower body and are great for working the quadriceps and the butt. So grab a ball and join her!
This video is the first in a series where our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, will share exercises using a stability ball. Today's tip focuses on hamstring curls. This exercise not only can improve your hamstring strength, but also works to increase the strength of your core, glutes and quads. Reinforcing all these muscles helps protect your hamstrings from injury. There's also some advanced moves at the end. So grab a ball and a mat and join her!
It's time to check in with our National Fitness Director for Training Tip Tuesday! This week, Olympian Carrie Tollefson is talking goals. Challenge yourself with a new goal to stay motivated in your fitness routine. Whether it's running for the first time or picking up your race pace, we're here to help! Watch the video here or click below. #TrainingTipTuesday #AskCoachCarrie #MOTRstrong