We have some exciting news! Plan to join us Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 2021 for a destination race in Clearwater, FL.
The holidays are approaching, which means it's party season. Tempting appetizers, drinks and a slew of activities can put a damper on all of the work you've done throughout the year toward your fitness and health. Once again, we bring you our annual Healthy Holiday Challenge. Simple and sustainable healthy behaviors are key during this hectic month. Choose what lifestyle habit you want to work on each week and keep us posted on your progress. Our goal is to help you maintain your weight and keep you accountable during this busy, festive season — all while having some fun. And since they were so popular last year, once again we'll be featuring #healthyselfies and additional prize opportunities!
It's '80s week at Moms on the Run — and we're always keeping it fun! Today, National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, brings her big bangs and 80s jargon, but also a serious training tip about keeping motivated after a big race. What do you do after you accomplish a big goal to avoid that lull of 'what now?' Carrie shares a few ideas to help us all get after it. Listen in!
We asked some kids at one of our Kids on the Run classes what they thought about themselves, their moms and Moms on the Run. Here are their cute answers...
Name the activity and you'll most likely find a retreat catered to it. Running is no different. Whether you simply want a getaway with your gal pals or a way to take your running to the next level, a running retreat is both beneficial and fun.
Moms on the Run is debuting its first run retreat this fall, led by our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson. Carrie typically attends and speaks at three to four running retreats each year. Read more on our conversation with Carrie to find out why our running retreat will be worth your investment!