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!
Whether it's easy dinners, last minute “what can I bring as an appetizer?,” or making you the best gift-giver ever, Let’s Dish! is about Holidays Made Easy.
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Breathing. It's something we do without thinking. But when we're running, the way we breathe can greatly impact our run. Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares some helpful tips to aid our lungs while out on the trails. Listen in!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares tips and exercises we can do to enhance our running and fitness. In our latest three-part video series, (watch here and here), Carrie has shared some exercises that focus on strengthening our backs.
In today's video, Part 3, we look at a stretch that is great for the back: the child's pose. There are many ways to achieve this stretch: on the floor to standing in your kitchen.
Carrie says, while we've focused on our backs over the past few weeks, what we're really working on is our posture: to stand (and run) strong and tall — and propel forward!
Congratulations to all the runners who participated in Twin Cities Marathon on Oct. 6! We had more than 200 women participate in our marathon and 10-mile training programs, designed by our National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson. We hope all that awesome training helped you to crush your goals!
Thank you to our runners who joined us at our cheer station along Summit Avenue and those who volunteered at our booth at the TCM Expo.
Here is a fun video of Carrie running past our cheer station at mile 23. She smashed her sub 3 hour goal for her second marathon, with a finish time of 2:51:56. Impressive! And click below for more fun photos!