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Another Mother Runner Radio #113: Questions and Answers

On this week’s running podcast, Sarah and Dimity dive into a new batch of questions culled from the AMR Facebook page. The mother runners steer Emily away from potato chips and toward Nuun to satisfy her sodium cravings after sweat session, then debate the next step up—salt tablets. They dive into pointers for running while pregnant, then the next step from there: tips on running form while pushing a stroller. Along the way, they also weigh in on the debate regarding when—if ever—to try a marathon. The show wraps with perhaps the tastiest, most-fully baked analogy rationalizing the importance of a pre-race taper…

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Another Mother Runner Radio #112: When To Stop Training for a Race

Sometimes training is the easy route: Dimity opens up about her decision to stop swimming-biking-and-running in her pursuit of Ironman 70.3 Boulder triathlon. From that bold decision springs a conversation between Dimity and Sarah about the reasons why to stop training for a race, including injury, time constraints, and lack of enthusiasm. They sprinkle in comments from other mother runners, like this from Krystal: “Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in what I feel I should do, rather than what I want to do. It takes a lot to simply admit that right now is not the time, and even more to actually act on that realization…

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Another Mother Runner Radio #111: Tips for Getting a Great Race Photo

Dimity and Sarah aren’t embarrassed to admit that snagging an awesome race photo is one of the top five reasons they run a race. You too? Then listen up as the ladies have loads advice and anecdotes about how to look your best—and blitziest—in action. Find out why the mother runners insist you wear a running skirt or capris—black only, please—and why you need to save the race tee for another day. Sharing tips they learned from interviewing a professional photographer, the gals tell you how to avoid sharing the frame with a shirtless, pot-bellied dude (or other random racers) and what not to do when you cross the finish line…

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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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