Welcome to Oakdale-North St. Paul Moms on the Run!
Stop thinking you could never be a runner and start believing that you can achieve your fitness goals! Moms on the Run can help. We’re not a run club. We’re an instructor-led fitness program with coaching to motivate, educate and encourage you on your journey. You’ll make new friends, find accountability and have fun while working toward a healthier lifestyle.
We welcome all women, all ages and all fitness levels. We offer programming for walkers to beginning runners to experienced runners. And we make it FUN! Walkers will be encouraged to follow an interval training schedule designed to maximize their fitness levels. Our “learn to run” program begins with mostly walking and gradually transitions to more jogging. Experienced runners will be challenged to improve their times and endurance through our brand new intermediate and advanced training programs this year designed by our new Fitness Director, Olympian Carrie Tollefson! We also offer a great selection of additional strength and cardio training formats throughout the year.
Check Back for Spring Registration
Our Oakdale/North St. Paul location isn't offering winter classes but check back this spring for registration details for our 18 Week Signature Training program. To try out a current fall class Tuesday or Thursday night at 6:00pm, contact Angela@momsontherun.com
If you would like to learn more about our program or have any additional questions please get in touch with us!
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Meet Our Coach
My name is Erin and I'm excited to join the coaching team this year, after being involved for 7 years! In 2011, I learned to run in Moms on the Run and it quickly became very therapeutic for me. 10 miles is my favorite racing distance and I completed my first marathon in 2018! I am 40 years old, married and a mom of a 12 year old boy and 13 year old girl. My full-time job is as an Office Manager for a commercial tire company. In my spare time, I enjoy reading, crocheting, hiking and boating. I will be certifying as a run instructor this spring, and I look forward to helping many women in the local area develop a new love for running and reach their goals, especially those brand new to the sport.