Let's face it: Not every run is a great run. And while we may not enjoy every run, we definitely can learn from every run: perseverance, confidence, rest, strength, and the ability to listen to our bodies.
National Fitness Director and Olympian Carrie Tollefson definitely knows the value of a hard run. “We can learn something different from every run, but the ones I learn the most about myself are the ones that don’t go as well as I had hoped," she explains. "They are what my coach used to call 'character builders.' They show us how to persevere."
Remember this the next time you come back from a frustrating run.: Every run will make you stronger. Just lace em’ back up and get after it! Together, Moms on the Run can do this!