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#10: I'm not a Mom.
You don't need to be a mom to join Moms on the Run! There are some activities throughout the season that include kids, and they are welcome at class (closely supervised by the parents). However, most locations have participants who are not moms. There are also kid-free Ladies Nights Out and running retreats. In addition, Moms on the Run is a wonderful support group for those going through difficulties conceiving children because some of our participants have also experienced infertility. We welcome all women: moms, non-moms, grandmas, anyone who wants to be active in the company of others!
Raise your hand if you feel like you're doing so much running around with your kids that you don't have time for your actual run. Us too! Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, shares in the final video of our series on Workouts with Kids how she is in this exact stage of life and what she and her hubby do to fit in their own workouts.
Often, when your kids are young, fitting in a workout seems like more of a workout amid a crazy, busy family schedule. Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, continues part 2 of our Workouts with Kids series. How many times do your kids want to go to the park and play? Take advantage of every opportunity to be active and consider their playground your gym.
We've heard from countless women about how frazzled their schedules are — working, maintaining home stuff, kids' school and sports and activities, volunteering, family engagements. Whew! When you have little ones, it often can be difficult to fit workouts in, but it is extremely important that you do — not only for you but for the health of your family. Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, launches our Workouts with Kids series sharing a couple of easy ways to get your kids involved in your fitness.
Training Tip with carrie: Busy Moms & Fitting in Training Around Kids' Schedules
Every mom of a kid between the ages of 6 and 16 says the same: I'm so busy running my kids around how do I fit in time for my training? Today, Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, offers some practical suggestions on fitting workouts into your busy schedules. Remember, take time for you so you can take care of others.
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