• Enjoy your morning tea or coffee from this mug that reminds you of the funkiest city in the PacNW! This 12-ounce MiiR Camp Cup features a runners and cyclists enjoying the lush, lovely environs of Portland. The background is our signature deep teal green. Custom made exclusively for Another Mother Runner.
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    This pink-striped topper was a huge hit as a trucker hat, but we think you'll love it even more as a running trucker! All the style and sass of a trucker, yet all the athletic practicality of a running hat. Thus, the Running Trucker. This BoCo Gear creation is lightweight and wicks sweat as fast as you pump it out--and it exudes style. This hat is an adorable mix of stripes in light pink, bright pink, and crimson. A round, white "another mother runner" badge, with plum-purple outline, tells folks who you are. Embroidered on the white perforated nylon back, is "many happy miles."
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    This hat, a fabulous hybrid of a trucker hat with the athletic practicality of a running hat, complements our GO themed tank tops, tee, and hoodies. The front is a melange of bright blue, orange, and pink with the simple declarative GO in white, and our shoes logo stitched on it. The  perforated nylon side and back is bright bubblegum pink, sure to add a happy boost to any run or errand! This BoCo Gear creation is lightweight and wicks sweat as fast as you pump it out. We love this hat paired with our custom Knockaround sunglasses.
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    Let us introduce you to the greatest hybrid hat ever! All the style and sass of a trucker, yet all the athletic practicality of a running hat. Thus, the Running Trucker. This BoCo Gear creation is lightweight and wicks sweat as fast as you pump it out. The ombre coloration on this front of this hat reminds us of a Tequila Sunrise cocktail, going from yellow to oranges to hot pink. Our shoes logo is embroidered on the front. "another mother runner" is embroidered above the ponytail opening. This hat is gorgeous!
  • BEST FOR: Beginner to intermediate triathletes who have their sights set on an Olympic-distance race PREREQS: The ability to swim 100 yards in a pool without touching the bottom or hanging on the edge. It doesn’t have to be pretty. (If you can’t do that but are intent on this plan, enrolling in an adult swim class and/or private lessons is a great idea.) For the run and bike portions, being injury-free is necessary. Ideally, you have completed a sprint triathlon—or at least run a 5K and 10K. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 16
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  • Off-Season Triathlon Training

    From: $50.00
    BEST FOR: Most athletes, whether you’re a beginner triathlete or an Ironman-to-be PREREQS: The ability to swim 100 yards (back and forth, back and forth) in a pool without touching the bottom or hanging on the edge; for the run and bike portions, being injury-free is necessary. If you haven't done a triathlon before, that's okay: This is a great place to give the training a spin. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 5, 10, or 15 Maybe you finished your first sprint triathlon in August, and you’re chomping at the bit to try an Olympic-distance event next summer. Or you just finished your third Half-Ironman, and you’re committed to becoming a more efficient swimmer this off-season. Or maybe you found a delicious swim/bike/run groove during your training cycle, and you’re just flat out missing it. This off-season triathlon training program is for you.  
  •  If you’ve never been taught how to fuel for long training runs as you prepare for a half-marathon or marathon, it’s definitely a good fit.

    You’ve been faithfully following the training program: putting in the miles and doing the strength circuits. You’re going to bed before 10 pm, you’ve eliminated your nightly glass of wine, and you’re even foam rolling as you watch Queer Eye on Netflix.

    You’re doing everything right, so why do you lose steam during your long runs—and sometimes even your shorter ones? Chances are, it’s your nutrition. You’re not properly fueling before and after, and most importantly, during your runs. And when you don’t eat for running performance and endurance, your GI tract might revolt. Your legs might feel heavy. You might get a killer headache or you might feel nauseous. Or the running-sucks-or-maybe-I-just-suck track might play on repeat in your head. Or you simply might incrementally peter out, like a car whose gas gauge inches towards E.
  • You’ve been faithfully following the training program: putting in the miles and doing the strength circuits. You’re going to bed before 10 pm, you’ve eliminated your nightly glass of wine, and you’re even foam rolling as you watch Queer Eye on Netflix. You’re doing everything right, so why do you lose steam during your long runs—and sometimes even your shorter ones? Chances are, it’s your nutrition. You’re not properly fueling before and after, and most importantly, during your runs. And when you don’t eat for running performance and endurance, your GI tract might revolt. Your legs might feel heavy. You might get a killer headache or you might feel nauseous. Or the running-sucks-or-maybe-I-just-suck track might play on repeat in your head. Or you simply might incrementally peter out, like a car whose gas gauge inches towards E.
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    Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, the phrase and imagery on this midweight hoody evokes the sense of freedom running provides. On the left arm, it reads, "My running shoes are actually wings." Over the left breast, our shoes logo has sprouted wings! Available in unisex sizes XS-3XL. Available in two colors: this currant with lavender words and logo, and a black camo with aqua details. Size Chart
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    Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, the phrase and imagery on this midweight hoody evokes the sense of freedom running provides. On the left arm, it reads, "My running shoes are actually wings." Over the left breast, our shoes logo has sprouted wings! Available in unisex sizes XS-3XL. Available in two colors: this black camo with aqua details, and a currant one with lavender words and logo. Size Chart
  • 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.
  • Our signature phrase: It's how we autographed Run Like a Mother, the title of one of our podcasts, the name of our widely popular annual membership program, and emblazoned on a tank top. This tech tank, perfect for all your warm-weather or treadmill runs, is made from 100% sweat-wicking polyester. It offers a loose, slightly unstructured fit that works with any bottom. Sizes XS-3XL. Size Chart. 
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    Keep the post-workout, endorphin-fueled buzz going all day long in this sassy hoodie with the many happy miles logo on the left chest.
    This hoodie is deliciously cozy, yet a perfect year-round weight. Ideal for slipping on post-run, en route to yoga, or anytime. Made from a yummy blend of polyester, cotton, and a touch of rayon, this hoodie is sure to become a favorite!
    Split kangaroo pocket. Ribbed hemband and sleeve cuffs. Set-in sleeves. Hoodie with drawstrings.
    On current color option, the logo is a white. On aqua color option, the logo is teal. 50% polyester, 46% cotton, 4% rayon
    Unisex “slim fit” sizing. Depending on how baggie you like your hoodies, we recommend ordering either one size smaller than your usual size (e.g. if you wear a Large in a women’s hoodie, order a Medium in this one) or your regular size. Available in XS-3XL.
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    The greatest hybrid hat ever! All the style and sass of a trucker, yet all the athletic practicality of a running hat. Thus, the BoCo Gear Running Trucker. Wear it running miles or running around town. This design pumps up the volume on the Many Happy Miles streaming-sun image. Set against an aqua background, it's as if the sun is rising on the right side of the hat, and rays of light are shooting across the front toward a black-and-white Many Happy Miles endless road logo with our little shoes on it. On the right side of the white laser-cut nylon mesh is a large Another Mother Runner logo patch.
     
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    Love the Run Hat

    $18.00
    The sass of a trucker, yet the athletic practicality of a running hat. More details.
  • BEST FOR: Runners who want to complete multiple events in one weekend. PREREQS: Ability to comfortably finish a 4-mile run – your first long run is 5 miles long. That said, because of the Ramp It Up options, this program is suited to a wide range of runners, from 5Kers looking to more than double their mileage to marathoners dialing back on distance and up in intensity. A desire to complete a 10-miler injury free with your body feeling strong. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 15 Going Loony (covering 19.3 miles in 3 races over 2 days) is a delightful and doable challenge! This program is designed to get you across three finish lines feeling strong, capable and smiling. Some weeks, you’ll run five days a week, with an optional cross-training day, and other weeks, you’ll be lacing up six days. Other staples of the week: a mandatory rest day, and strength circuits. Most of the runs are at an easy pace so you can build up your cardiovascular base and not court injury. The longer runs go up to 11 miles to get you mentally and physically prepped for the demands of the distance, but a range is given in later weeks to accommodate all levels—and days where your legs haven’t shown up. About halfway through the program, we introduce workouts where you’ll run in the morning and do a brisk walk in the evening. The idea behind these workouts is to run, rest, then go again—much like you will on Saturday, when you hit a 10k, then turn around and line up for a 5k quickly thereafter.
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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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  • 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.)
  • IRONMAN TRAINING PROGRAM

    From: $610.00
    BEST FOR: Experienced triathletes taking on the #motherlode of all triathlons: an Ironman PREREQS: The ability swim 500 meters or yards in a pool without touching the bottom or hanging on the edge; being injury-free; Ideally, you have completed an Half-Ironman triathlon—or at least run a marathon—before taking an Ironman, but if you’re starting from scratch, this 36-week plan can help you get to the finish line happy and injury-free. The first week of the plan calls for a 45-minute ride and a 50-minute run; completing those durations shouldn’t be too much of a stretch. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 36  
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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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  • Let the world know that you run races—and that you’re in charge. (We love a good pun.) This is one of our top-selling phrases, and now we offer it on a lifestyle tee with a more gracious fit in a wider range of sizes. We are pleased to offer this tee in sizes XS-3XL.
  • Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, this lifestyle tee broadcasts your inner and outer strength for all to see—including you. It's been a perennial favorite in our Store since its genesis as a story that won a treadmill for a Pennsylvania mother runner several years ago! As with many of our tops, we offer this tee in sizes XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • 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.  
  • HEART + SOLE: MARATHON, LEVEL 2

    $140.00
    BEST FOR: Experienced runners seeking a challenge and perhaps a marathon PR PREREQS: Runs of at least 60 minutes 4 days of the week for at least 12 weeks; injury-free; marathon experience within the last 18 months. We recommend having completed a Heart + Sole: Level I program (10K, half-marathon, or marathon). NUMBER OF WEEKS: 20

    In Heart + Sole: Marathon, Level 2, you’ll continue to train by heart rate, using your individual zones, calculated by regular testing, to moderate your effort appropriately. You’ll spend a couple of runs weekly in the lower zones, building your endurance base; you’ll also spend some time climbing hills, finding different gears with pick-ups and intervals, and practicing your race pace so that you’re ready to thrive on race 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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  • HEART + SOLE: MARATHON, LEVEL 1

    From: $140.00
    BEST FOR: First-time marathoners PREREQS: Runs of at least 45-60 minutes 3-4 days of the week for at least eight weeks; injury-free. Previous race experience is not mandatory, but having a half-marathon under your soles will be helpful for perspective as your runs get longer. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 20

    Heart + Sole: Marathon, Level 1 is a 20-week program suitable for all runners wanting to take on the motherlode of all races: the marathon. You’ll learn—or continue—to train by heart rate, using your individual zones, calculated by regular testing, to moderate your effort appropriately. You’ll spend plenty of time in the lower zones, building your endurance base; you’ll also spend some time climbing hills, finding different gears with pick-ups and intervals, and practicing your race pace so that you’re ready to thrive on race 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.

       
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  • HEART + SOLE: HALF MARATHON, LEVEL 2

    $140.00
    BEST FOR: Experienced half-marathoners looking to set a PR PREREQS: Runs of 50–60 minutes 4–5 days a week for at least 8 weeks. Completion of a half marathon or marathon within the past six months. Injury-free. Recommended completion of a Heart + Sole: Level I program (10K, half-marathon, or marathon), but that’s not a hard-and-fast rule. NUMBER OF WEEKS: 20 Heart + Sole: Half-Marathon, Level 2 is a 20-week program suitable for experienced runners ready for a challenging program and a strong race day. You’ll continue to train by heart rate, using your individual zones, calculated by regular testing, to moderate your effort appropriately. You’ll spend plenty of time in the lower zones, continuing to build your endurance base; you’ll also spend some time climbing hills, finding different gears with pick-ups and intervals, challenging yourself with progression runs and speed workouts, and practicing your race pace so that you’re ready to thrive on race 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

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      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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