With fall racing season rapidly approaching, Dimity and Sarah remind the tribe about the importance of staying well hydrated and fueling—before, during, and after running. Learn what the phrase, “doing a bunk bed” means in Sarah’s family (hint: it has to do with peeing!), and find out whether or not Dimity is “a good cooker.”
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Dimity and Sarah share strategies and anecdotes about running The Mother of All Relay Races, Oregon’s Hood to Coast. The lessons learned can apply to any relay race—or life in general, including managing expectations, staying hydrating, eating real food, and peeing by in the bushes.
Heat, humidity, and a summer schedule tapping your motivation? Dimity and Sarah tell you how to overcome bumps in your running road. (And Dimity talks about why she’s going to “run naked” in her next race.)
They write, they blog, they Facebook, now hear them talk! Listen to Dimity and Sarah share how to run like a mother. Hint: All that’s required is the right attitude, not necessarily ankle-biters.
With a nod to Father’s Day this Sunday, we are highlighting ultramarathoner Michael Wardian, dad of two young boys. Mike is well known for many running feats, but the one that knocks our socks off is his 2:34 marathon while pushing a running stroller (!!). (Speaking of socks: We’re giving away two pairs of 110% Flat Out Sox this week. Giveaway details below the Q&A.) We’re bestowing Mike an honorable Mother Runner degree, especially after reading his response to Dad-centric multi-tasking question.
Most proud racing moment: I am very fortunate to have a lot of really proud moments, but I think one of my best was qualifying for my first Olympic Trials in 2012…