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Follow This Mother!

Follow This Mother!

 

Best recent run: My best run so far has been my fastest 5K. I ran it in 37.26 and knocked about a minute off my previous pace.

On Persevering: I recently began running after stopping (again) and I am pretty happy with myself so far. This time I refuse to let the voice in my head tell me I’m not a runner. I would run for a few days, then start getting a sore back, sore feet, etc., and just quit! It’s challenging for me, so it’s easy for me to say, “Oh, it’s just not for me.”  That is just an excuse to stop. I try and remember I’m not racing against anyone. It’s me, myself, and I out there doing the best I can…

 
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Hump Day Running Giveaway: Nuun Hydration Prize Package

I’m seriously considering changing my name from Sarah to Sunshine: It’s what I bring whenever I travel for a race. Sunny skies and corresponding scorcher temps. To wit: 2007 Nike Women’s Marathon with Dimity: dazzling sun and temps in high 70s at the finish (in usually foggy, 55-degree San Francisco!). 2010 Big Sur Marathon: another coastal race, yet brilliant blue sky and the temperature climbed into the 80s by time I crossed the finish line. Don’t get me started about 2012 Boston Marathon, the hottest in that race’s 100+-year history. Even when I headed north of the border, for the Vancouver Marathon, the mercury climbed above 26 degrees Celsius (that’s 80+ Fahrenheit to us stateside mother runners) and I got tank top tan lines…

 
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October Challenge: RUN4GOOD with Saucony and Another Mother Runner

October Challenge: RUN4GOOD with Saucony and Another Mother Runner

We love a good BOGO, and our partner Saucony might have just come up with the best free BOGO ever: fighting childhood obesity with the miles you run. It’s the RUN4GOOD App, and, in case you didn’t watch the video, here’s how it works:

1. You download the RUN4GOOD App, available for both iPhones and Androids: iPhoners can get it here on iTunes, and Droiders can grab it here on Google.

2. Press start when you begin your run. Run to your heart’s content: fast, slow, far, not so much. It doesn’t matter because every mile counts.

3. Press stop when you end your run…

 
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The Final Two Mother Runner Parties of 2013

The Final Two Mother Runner Parties of 2013

As Sarah and I head to DC this week to celebrate with our biggest mother runner crowd yet (over 300 women!), we want to give a head’s up for our final two stops of 2013.

We’ll be in St. Louis at Big River Running at the Manchester Store on October 24 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.; we’re nearly at capacity, so RSVP here today if you can make it.

Then we’ll in San Antonio at iRunTexas at the Bitters location on November 14 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.; RSVP here—and share with your Texas pals, please.

A few notes: We need a portrait photographer for San Antonio, so if you are one—or have a friend who is—we’d love to connect…

 
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First-Time Marathoners

First-Time Marathoners

Another fall marathon season is upon us, so Sarah and Dimity chat up two mother runners who are both taking a 26.2-mile victory lap on Sunday, October 6. While they are both novice marathoners, they are very different runners. First up: Carrie Tollefson, an elite mid-distance runner who competed in the 1500 meters in the 2004 Olympics, who is running the Twin Cities Marathon a mere three months after giving birth to her second child. Then the gals talk to Stephanie Rice, also a mom of two, who is running the Portland Marathon (after following the Marathon: Finish It plan from Train Like a Mother…

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