I don't know about at your house, but at mine, our pup has his own stocking hung with care, ready for Santa to bring him treats for being a good boy all year — ok, well, most of the year. Find the perfect last-minute gifts for your four-legged friends with our sponsor Chuck & Don's 2018 Holiday Gift Guide.
Your feet. They are the foundation to your body — and let's face it, the main tool to get you out on the trails running! Twin Cities Orthopedics physician Paul Langer, DPM, reminds runners that self-diagnosing injuries can hurt their chances of getting back on their feet.
“A treatment approach that helped a running friend isn’t going to be the same treatment that helps you,” Dr. Langer tells Motiv Running. “Not every injury has the same cause and treatment.”
Read more for valuable information from our platinum sponsor Twin Cities Orthopedics and Dr. Langer about getting a proper diagnosis, treatment and recovery on their blog.
Today, National Fitness Director and Olympian Carrie Tollefson is here to answer another question for our "Ask Coach Carrie" series. Natalie asks: "What mental strategies do you like to employ when a run or race gets tough?" Click here or on the photo below to get Carrie's best tip.
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What would you do if you traveled 1,900 miles for a race only to have it cancelled? A group of Moms on the Run members encountered this scenario — and ran it anyway!
Three weeks ago, the wildfires in northern California were raging, impacting the air quality hundreds of miles away in Monterey Bay, CA. Meanwhile, nine women from White Bear Lake/Shoreview Moms on the Run had traveled to compete in the Monterey 5K and Half Marathon the weekend of Nov. 10-11.