For today's training tip, our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, talks about keeping the run fun. Listen in as she offers some simple suggestions.
On July 3rd 2017, two Moms on the Run participants in Eau Claire, WI posted about a last minute idea for a pop up run in their team's private Facebook group. Just a casual four mile run in honor of the 4th of July. The post was met by lots of interest as women welcomed the idea of kicking off the holiday with a little exercise. A small group gathered the next morning….and a tradition was born.
In today's training tip, our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares a little more about her favorite type of run: the tempo run. This pace is great if you're training for a 10K or 10 Mile race. Click here to view.
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Moms on the Run began 11 years ago with the simple mission of helping women learn to run. While our signature learn-to-run program is still a foundational part of our program, we have helped many women transition from beginner to intermediate and advanced runners. In 2018, we brought Olympian Carrie Tollefson on board to help us continue to meet the needs of our experienced runners. Now in the lead as our National Fitness Director, Carrie shares a few insights into our revamped intermediate training program.