Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips regarding strengthening our running and fitness. Today, in the midst of all the unknowns regarding the COVID-19 crisis, it's impossible to know how to plan our training for upcoming races. We want you to have race goals to look forward to, yet we realize some of those races are being postponed or cancelled. Today's training tip helps remind us to be flexible, follow our training plans and continue to stay active!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips to help us strengthen our running and health. Today, in the midst of all the frightening news around us, she has great advice: Take time for you! We know that staying active gives our bodies the strength to help fight anxiety, stress, germs and whatever else comes our way. Listen in!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips to help us improve our running and fitness. Today, she wants to encourage you to join a community that is a judgment-free zone — and we hope that means us here at Moms on the Run! Whether you're new to running or have been running for years, Moms on the Run is not only a great place to train, but to build community with other like-minded women.
Duluth Moms on the Run was recently featured as an exhibitor at the Duluth Women's Expo and in an article in Her View magazine. Read it here.
The InForum, Fargo Forum's online news edition, recently featured West Fargo Moms on the Run in an article and video segment for On the Minds of Moms titled, "In the cold of winter, women connect mind and body through running." The video and article tell a thorough story of what Moms on the Run is all about, highlighting several women, including owner Eileen Pruis and members Kayla Hiedeman and Staci Birrenkott. Click here to watch the video or click on the photo below to read the article. Keep on running, West Fargo!