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!
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, regularly shares training tips to help us improve our running and health. Today, she's ready for the beach but the only white stuff around is cold! It's all for fun as she wants to encourage you in your long-term goals. Have something to look forward to and get a destination race on your calendar! There is nothing quite like training for a special race and combining it with a vacation.
Moms on the Run is headed to Run Clearwater Jan. 29-Feb.1, 2021 and we want you there with us! This is an opportunity to get all of our 50+ locations around the country together for one epic weekend! There are several race options to choose from to challenge you: 5K, 5M, Half, Full, Ultra and Relay. Set a goal and be there with us! For more information, check out our Run Clearwater event.
We love witnessing how women's lives are transformed through Moms on the Run. That transformation is evident in Erin Rheault's life. A part of Forest Lake (MN) Moms on the Run, Erin went from a non-runner in 2011 to head coach in 2018 to franchise owner in 2020. She has learned running is not only beneficial physically, but it has proven to be her greatest therapy and closest community. Read on for a conversation with Erin to learn more of her story.
Moms on the Run National Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson, gets vulnerable with us this week for Training Tip Tuesday! Today, she's wearing a facial mask and talking about self care. Let's face it, as women in this fast-paced world, we so often tend to others' needs that we forget to replenish our own buckets.
The concept of self care refers to taking responsibility for one's physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health. Recognize that self care is not selfish; it is imperative for your health and that of your family. If you are a member of Moms on the Run, you are already taking a step that includes caring for yourself. Surrounding yourself with an inspiring community of other like-minded women is important for self care.
Whether you are participating in our MOTRvate challenge this month or not, find time to do something for you: read a book, get a pedicure, meet up with a friend for coffee, take a bubble bath, go for a walk in the woods. Whatever you choose, have fun! You are worth it.