Our Month of Miles Challenge is designed to help you stay motivated and accountable. Move your body every day: running, jogging, intervals, and walking all count (walking is encouraged!). Each week you'll set a goal to maintain or increase your distance at least 10 percent. Your challenge goals are personal — you'll start right where you are and your only competition is YOU!
For less than $10 a week, you will receive regular inspiration and support from our Moms on the Run coaches and teammates. Your entry in this challenge will include all of the following:
While this is a personal challenge, we'll also be tracking our total miles as one big team! Let's see how far we can travel together!
Our second annual Celebrate Moms LIVE virtual 5K was a success! We loved seeing so many of you individually and with your teams celebrate moms, a beautiful day and running! Coach Carrie and Coach Amy were awesome motivators in our ears, cheering everyone on throughout the race and finish line. Congrats to everyone for putting in the mileage and fun!
We loved Denver member Gabe Cox's story. Her young son wore her tracker, so during the race in the Charge app, it looked like Gabe was running. In reality, it was Gavin — who came in 5th place!
Catherine Breiwick exemplified total mom mode, maximizing her time by running her 5K outside her daughter's dance practice. Teams from Chisago, Forest Lake, New Brighton, Roseville, Shoreview and White Bear Lake Moms on the Run all raced together in one location. And many of you uploaded photos during and after the race in the Charge app. Check out the gallery of fun photos below! Congrats, everyone!
If you missed our race, you can still experience it on-demand. Buy it here and see what all the fun was about.
Training partners, running buddies, walking friends, teammates — whatever you call them, they are important. The friendships and accountability that are formed within our team structure are the foundation of what works at Moms on the Run. Dream together, encourage each other, and keep each other accountable. We will miss you if you don't show up!
More than 150 runners with Moms on the Run gathered in Clearwater, FL Jan. 28-31, 2022, for our first destination run weekend — open to women from all of our locations nationwide. It was fun to see so many represent MOTR with our bright shirts and smiling faces.
Where Catherine Breiwick grew up, running was not just a hobby, it was survival. Before she came to the United States, Catherine (a member of Coon Rapids-Bunker Moms on the Run) and her family literally ran from their village to escape violence. Now she uses running as her therapy — and has qualified for her second Boston marathon this April.
Read more of Catherine's amazing story and learn why she's our inspiring member of the month.