In light of all the recent events surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, we at Moms on the Run want to share uplifting stories about what our members are doing to stay active, to continue to crush goals, and to remain in community as a team. If you or your team are doing something fun or unique or cool, please email us here. We'd love to share it with our members.
Dana Parisi, a coach with Eau Claire Moms on the Run, was on track to run her first marathon — the Eau Claire Marathon — on May 3. Like many others training for a particular race, she was disappointed to learn it was rescheduled to September because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Down to tapering her runs in her training schedule, Dana decided to run a solo marathon — something she'll never forget as her first. Read on to learn more about her story and what her family did to commemorate her experience.
Want some fun exercises you and your kids can do together? Karissa Johnson, founder and CEO of Moms on the Run, is excited to bring you a kid-friendly full body workout video starring her and her son, Kai! This short video (six minutes) is sure to get the heart pumping and some smiles as you and your kiddo break a sweat together. Click here to watch the video.
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips regarding strengthening our running and fitness. Today, in the midst of all the unknowns regarding the COVID-19 crisis, it's impossible to know how to plan our training for upcoming races. We want you to have race goals to look forward to, yet we realize some of those races are being postponed or cancelled. Today's training tip helps remind us to be flexible, follow our training plans and continue to stay active!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips to help us strengthen our running and health. Today, in the midst of all the frightening news around us, she has great advice: Take time for you! We know that staying active gives our bodies the strength to help fight anxiety, stress, germs and whatever else comes our way. Listen in!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips to help us improve our running and fitness. Today, she wants to encourage you to join a community that is a judgment-free zone — and we hope that means us here at Moms on the Run! Whether you're new to running or have been running for years, Moms on the Run is not only a great place to train, but to build community with other like-minded women.