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  • 8 Weeks: February 19-April 14 Are you confused—or maybe even annoyed by—nutrition advice that comes at you 24/7? [Detox your body, boost your metabolism, use this protein powder, eat clean for 30 days, go low carb...] We are too. Enter: Many Nutritious Miles, a straight-shooting program led by sports nutritionist Jenn Giles, MS, RDN, CSSD, who is also a mother of four and endurance athlete. We wanted to cut through sassy, confusing messages on social media and offer you the Building Blocks of solid, research-backed nutrition for active women of all ages. Many Nutritious Miles offers three, eight-weeks Blocks in 2024: Macro Basics, Sports Nutrition, Active Lifestyle. First up is Macro Basics, where we'll cover the fundamentals of nutritional energy: Protein Fats Carbs Fiber + Nutrients Over the course of eight weeks, we'll dive into each topic for two weeks, including what role it plays in your body's physiology and your day-to-day activities; top-rated sources of it; and how to know if you're getting enough to meet your active needs. In addition, the Macro Basics features: 12-16 new, healthy recipes applicable to the macro basics An Ask Me Anything weekly column from Jenn to clarify any questions you have; Optional interactive elements if you want to go deeper into your pantry or fridge; •  Two live Q + A calls over the course of the Block to check in personally and connect with Jenn. At the end of eight weeks, you'll feel much more grounded in your choices in your daily nutrition for you and your family—and be able to confidently mute the myriad messages on social media. Registration Options: You can register solely for Block One: Macro Basics or join all three Blocks at a discount.
  • Note: The shirt is no longer available with registration; we have adjusted the price accordingly. BEST FOR: Anybody up for 20-mile hiking adventure on June 15, 2024 in the Delaware Valley in NE Maryland at the Mammoth March event. PREREQS: You walk, run, hike or otherwise workout at least 3 times a week for 30 minutes. NUMBER OF TRAINING WEEKS: 20 TRAINING START DATE: January 29, 2024 EVENT DATE: June 15, 2024

    Get ready to Hike—and Train and Laugh and Connect—Like a Mother!

    This 20-week program is built to prepare you for the Delaware Valley Mammoth March (20 miles, 1,700 feet of climbing) so all you have to worry about on The Day is taking in the scenery and taking in your calories. We will virtually train together, then gather on June 15th in person for the hike, which is in NE Maryland (close to Newark, Delaware) on the leafy trails of the Fair Hills Natural Resources Management Area. Over the course of twenty weeks of training, we'll focus on the endurance, strength, hydration and fueling necessary to complete 20 miles in 8 hours while enjoying (almost) every step of the way. Taking a day to head deep into Ma Nature–and away from the crowds—is always a day well spent. And doing that with like-minded teammates? Pretty much perfect.  
  • This Specialized-brand water bottle holds 24 ounces of your favorite beverage, while the heart on it shows you love to run! Made from BPA-free plastic that's 100% FDA food-grade approved.
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    Love the Run Hat

    The sass of a trucker, yet the athletic practicality of a running hat. More details.
  • 2024 Many Happy Miles: New Membership

    $235.00 now, and $235.00 on January 1st each year
    [NOTE: This listing is for new members; register here if you are new to Many Happy Miles in 2023—or if you're rejoining after a break. If you are renewing a current membership, please check out this information.] Register here to begin your journey of Many Happy Miles. Upon registration, you'll be emailed all the details for :
    • accessing fresh monthly materials and live sessions;
    • joining the Many Happy Miles app;
    • ordering your custom membership gift;
    • and all the other information you'll need for a great year of sweat, strength, and community. (Yay!)
  • December 1-31, 2023 BEST FOR: Anybody and everybody WHAT: A community-wide running program to keep you moving through the time of the year when daylight is in short supply and chaos rings like jingle bells. LENGTH: The 31 days of December Welcome to Joy to the Run, an Another Mother Runner Holiday Challenge! We are so excited to share this (joyful yet hectic) month of December with you. As you likely know from personal experience, the busier your schedule and longer your to-do list gets, the more important it is for you to take time to move. As you also likely know from personal experience, exercise gives us a clear path to a more balanced mind, a more patient perspective, and a chance to feel powerful and present. Which is why we're making this holiday running challenge free to everybody. Momentum, motivation, and inspiration thrive in camaraderie, and we want to make this joyous, sweaty December circle as wide and inclusive as possible. In the spirit of giving, we are including the opportunity to pay it forward with a donation to Achilles International, an organization that helps break down barriers for people with disabilities, allowing them the joy of positive forward movement and the thrill of a race finish line. While their programs mostly focus on running, their passion has always been to bring hope to everyone, no matter their abilities. (We were honored to feature Francesco Magisano, the Director of Achilles NYC Metro region and a blind triathlete, on our Many Happy Miles podcast recently. His enthusiasm and dedication inspired us all.) Oh, and we also have a few adorable pieces of Joy to the Run merchandise; consider them gifts to yourself for celebrating the commitment you've made to movement in December. (Note: We have limited inventory, so if you do not see your size in the drop-down menu, we are sold out.)
  • Brighten your pre-dawn fall and winter runs with this lavender long-sleeve tee. The colors, the soft fabric, the midweight, and the thumbholes: You'll love it all. Sizes XS-4XL; Size Chart
  • These Another Mother Runner-embroidered PJ bottoms are incredibly comfy + cozy—and cute AF! Made from 100% cotton flannel that's heavy enough to not be see-through, yet not sweat-inducingly heavy. They are a juicy shade of orange with darker orange and white stripes/plaid design. Our stacked logo + shoes are embroidered on the left hip in yellow, bubblegum pink, and burgundy. Sizes XS-2XL; size chart.
  • We believe a vest is perhaps the most versatile piece of running gear. This black beauty has an oversized line drawing of a running shoe with the words, "another mother runner" embroidered in blue on the left breast. Locals tell us it's the perfect piece for Hilton Head in November! It runs true to size and has a flattering women's cut in sizes XS to 3XL. Click here for size chart + details.
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    Badass BibBoards

    Badass BibBoards, the smarter way to hold a race bib securely in place! These custom-for-us BibBoards let you toss out safety pins and magnets and secure your race number securely without risking getting a hole or snag in your favorite tee or tights. Easily snap on and off for perfect placement. Practical and sassy, these reusable BibBoards add a bit of zhuzh to your race-day attire! Set of 4.
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    BibBoards, the smarter way to hold a race bib securely in place without safety pins or magnets! This set of four is custom for us. Set of 4.
  • BEST FOR: Anybody who is looking to do an epic day hike: Yosemite's Half Dome, a Colorado 14'er (or 13'er!), The Enchantments, or a similar challenge. PREREQS: A regular exercise routine: you workout at least 4 times a week for 30-45 minutes. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 20

    Taking a day to head deep into Ma Nature–and away from the crowds—is always a day well spent.

    This 20-week program is built to so you can feel strong and capable on a day-long epic hike. In other words, on your target hike, you'll be so prepared, all you have to focus on is taking in the scenery and taking in calories regularly. The program's focus is not on speed, but rather on the endurance and strength necessary for day when you are out on a trail for 8-12 hours (or longer!). We've designed this program to work for all kinds of hikes from Yosemite's Half Dome to a Colorado 14'er to The Enchantments. In addition to plenty of climbing to build lower body strength + endurance during the weekdays, your longest training days will be a percentage of the elevation and mileage you'll cover on your epic hike day.
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      Step One: Select your race date:

      If you don’t know your race date yet, please select a date that you estimate will be close to your race date. When you solidify it, let us know and we can change it.

      Training Date

      Step Two: Your training will begin on:

      Mark this date in your calendar as your official start date! (If your program has already started, no worries; email us and we’ll help you jump in.)

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