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    Why I Run

    A whole bunch of great reasons and beautiful essay. On a hot afternoon, crank the A/C and dig in!

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    Born to run.

    No pressure or anything, though.

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    AMR Club on Strava: Join Us!

    Join the AMR Tribe over on Strava, where you can log your miles, cheer each other on, and find motivation and inspiration in spades. All paces and levels welcome!

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    Win NUUN!

    Our fave way to hydrate on the hot summer—or any—days, really.

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Another Mother Runner Radio #110: Cheers! Adrienne Martini Serves up Debut Half-Marathon

Sarah and Dimity are joined by Adrienne Martini, mother runner, college professor, and author, who is fresh off running her first half-marathon. Adrienne reveals why she ran laps for many of her training runs, and how she kept herself entertained on long runs. The newly minted half-marathoner shares the internal dialogues she had with herself before runs, when she struggled to escape the orbit of her house. Recapping her race, she talks about why Mile 7 was both a relief—and a hurdle. First up, though: Listen to Sarah marvel at the joy—and blue ribbons—her 8-year-old twins are discovering at the local track…

 
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Another Mother Runner Radio #109: AMR Prove It Challenge Accompaniment

Dimity and Sarah recorded this nearly hour-long podcast to inspire, motivate, and entertain women as they undertake the completion of the AMR Strava Prove It Challenge. The words of racers populate this special podcast, along with 30-second snippets of about 10 songs. Along the way, Little Dimity makes a guest appearance, and hear how one gal recently ran with Boston Marathon legend Kathrine Switzer. The mother runners suspect this will be a podcast that gets put on frequent rotation.

To take part in our upcoming 13.FUN Challenge, click here.

 
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Another Mother Runner Radio #108: Talking S#!t with Author Mary Roach

The mother runners were thrilled to welcome Mary Roach, best-selling author of clever non-fiction like Stiff: The Curious Life of Human Cadavers and Gulp: Adventures in the Alimentary Canal. Like food through the digestive track, the conversation moves from top to bottom, but it fairly quickly centers on poop. But not before talking flatus (that’s fancy-talk for “fart,” folks). Perhaps most satisfying for SBS is when Mary validates Sarah long-held theory on her parasympathetic colon. The introductory chitchat even dwells on a tush-related topic: Dimity shares her attempts to cure her son of constipation, which is most likely the root cause of his frequent bedwetting…

 
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Another Mother Runner Radio #107: Time Management Tips from Jill Farmer

Dimity and Sarah suspect you’re in the same proverbial boat they often are: drowning in seeming “must-do’s” and “gotta-get-done’s.” So they brought on Jill Farmer, a time- and life-management coach in St. Louis, to help unravel the busy cluster of mother runners’ lives. Jill shares some insightful, yet delicious simple, solutions on how to shed some stress and get more done in a day. (Including making sure you have enough time for your all-important runs!) We love that she even uses running terms, like “bigger strides, longer goals” as analogies for accomplishing more in life…

 
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Another Mother Runner Radio #106: Two Friends + Boston Marathon 2014

With Dimity on Skype, Sarah is joined in the studio by Dana Sullivan and Santha Cassell, two longtime BRFs (best running friends) who both ran the 2013 Boston Marathon. These Portland moms talk about the journey—months of hard training and several marathon attempts spread out over a few years—that lead them to the Hopkinton, MA, starting line. Then they share their experiences on April 15, 2013. (Spoiler alerts: Neither Santha nor Dana reached the finish line and neither were injured in the blasts.) The four mother runners dive into Dana’s decision to return to run this year’s Boston Marathon—and why, mid-training-cycle, Santha decided against it…

 
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