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First Q&A Session of 2014

In this running podcast, Dimity and Sarah dive into the New Year with some new questions, several of which deal with winter or coming back from some time off. The mother runners provide tips for Kristin to help her (and you!) find your groove on a treadmill. They offer tried-and-true advice (a walk/run program) for resuming running after an injury, as well as a few other pointers that have worked for them. Learn how to ease into speedwork with hill repeats, strides, and pick-ups (no, we’re not talking hackneyed lines from our fraternity party days), and when to measure your runs in minutes, not miles…


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Two Winners of Knuckle Lights

Our Knuckle Lights Hump Day Giveaway ran when most of country had been sucked into the now-infamous Polar Vortex. Thankfully the mercury has climbed toward (and sometimes above) freezing since then. But to be entered to win, we asked you to daydream about springtime and what you were most looking forward to.

Before we get to the winners, we wanted to remind any gals who are in Anaheim (where it feels almost like summer instead of even spring!) that Dimity and I will be speaking at the Tinker Bell Half Marathon expo today at 11 a.m. on the main stage. The rest of the day, we’ll be at the Another Mother Runner booth (#1206, near T-shirt pick-up), selling our merch and signing books…

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New Column: Martini Fridays

New Column: Martini Fridays

Note from Dimity #1: Welcome to Martini Fridays, a new AMR column where one mother runner and writer—Adrienne Martini—is going to chronicle her training for her first half-marathon. Although Adrienne is kind of new to running, she’s hardly new to writing: among other things she’s written Hillbilly Gothic: A Memoir of Madness and Motherhood and Sweater Quest: My Year of Knitting Dangerously. Based on her first column, it’s going to be a fun ride (insert bad olive joke here).

Note from Dimity #2: You are not experiencing deja vu. If you thought you might have seen this already, you have…

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Follow This Mother!

Follow This Mother!

Florida BAMR Mindy Artze, who describes herself as “a single mom on a mission to get healthy,” is looking forward to racing again after dealing with some medical issues in late 2013. She’s especially excited about a Feb. 15 event that’s going to be, well, a little muddy. She and a friend are participating in the Reebok Spartan Race Special Ops Spartan Race Tampa Sprint. “It’s going to be amazing. I am not sure that I have what it takes, but I am ready to give it EVERYTHING I have,” says Mindy, 39, mom to 10-year-old son Bryce.

Best recent run: The Flavor Run. My son and I got to be “Flavor Fairies” and sprinkle color on people…

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Hump Day Running Giveaway: Two Entries to ZOOMA Women’s Half-Marathon

While Dimity and I are speaking, selling, and racing amidst the pixie dust at Tinker Bell this weekend on the West Coast, the running party on the opposite side of the country is happening in Amelia Island, Florida: ZOOMA kicks off its 2014 women’s half-marathon series at the Ritz-Carlton. (Fancy-schmancy!)

Dimity and I know first-hand what amazing race weekends ZOOMA hosts: In March 2010, we launched Run Like a Mother at ZOOMA’s Austin race, and we’ve taken part in the majority of ZOOMA events since then–Annapolis; Cape Cod; and Chicago. We’re excited to head to the new ZOOMA half this June–Napa Valley…

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