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#MOTRstrong Shout-out: Sarah
Eau Claire Moms on the Run coach Sarah McCutcheon's goal is to run a marathon in all 50 states by the time she's 80. She crossed Massachusetts off her list — her eleventh state — when she tackled Boston on April 19. Along with fellow coach Betsy Larson, Sarah ran the grueling, hilly course in the rain, finding it was even more difficult than she imagined. Sarah is one of several Moms on the Run members who ran Boston in 2023 — the 10th anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing. Here's a look inside the day from her perspective.
Training Tip with Carrie: 3 H's
Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, is talking about the three Hs: Heat, Humidity and Hydration. It is important during training to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate — especially as the heat rises during the summer months. Remember, hydration is not only refueling with water but with electrolytes. Listen in!
Training Tip with Carrie: Sleep
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, is encouraging you, or rather begging you, to focus on getting more sleep. According to an article by the University of Michigan School of Public Health, "sleep is essential to every process in the body, affecting our physical and mental functioning the next day, our ability to fight disease and develop immunity, and our metabolism and chronic disease risk. Sleep is truly interdisciplinary because it touches every aspect of health." So please, get your Zs.
So, you're registered for your next race. What's your game plan? Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, offers some tips regarding race tactics for the beginning, middle and end of a race. Today's video is part 3 and the final in our series and focuses on the push at the end of a race. Listen in and save this for the next time you're headed for a finish line.
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