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As runners we naturally want the extensions of ourselves to be passionate about the activity we love so much. We want our children to live happy and healthy lives, and know what a positive impact running has on ours. It’s a gift that keeps on giving, and we want to share that. But how young
Most people start off running for health, fitness, and weight loss benefits. But the more we fall in love with the sport, the more we want to improve when it comes to our performance. This means nailing proper running form and increasing our average pace. And for some, this means getting to run a 9-minute
On a warm spring morning families gathered on the freshly cut grass that soon filled up with a sea of white jerseys. The multi-color flags that lined down the field perpendicular blew in the wind, as little ones flew on by down the designated path it created. They were getting there practice in, overly excited
By now runners have heard how great Goodr glasses are. When someone asks for a recommendation, chances are we are talking about how awesome these sunnies are in many ways. Besides being durable, non-stop and super affordable, the wide color options draw us in to buy a new pair every time a new batch of
Running with a stroller is so much harder than without. But it also is so much more badass when racing. It feels so empowering to pass other runners on the course, knowing you are putting in even more effort. And actually, after running with a jogging stroller for some time I bet you even get
Can you run a half marathon while pregnant? Better yet should you? The first is a question many expecting mamas might be wondering—better yet Googling. The answer to both is yes and yes. I ran not one, but two half marathons pregnant. Not only did I make it through to the finish, but I had
Excited to announce that we are adding another little runner to our team! That Runner Mom is going to be a mom of 2!
Participating in a marathon relay allows runners to get a feel for what it could be like to run a marathon without having to physically run the 26.2 miles.
I run for donuts. And so did many others at this year’s Main Street Donut Chase 5k and 1 Miler. Held on Sunday, March 24 in Wall, New Jersey, participants held their eyes on the prize—a really awesome medal and delicious donut at the finish line. The race was organized by the same people behind