The initiative is backed by Allyson Felix, Alysia Montaño, &Mother, and Athleta.
The pro runner shares her wisdom about how running has changed for her through motherhood.
Running also empowers her to see who she could become.
Real stories about how running and motherhood change each other.
The 35-year-old made the switch after giving birth to her fourth child. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.
The superstar runner is working hard to ensure pregnant women everywhere are supported.
It’s no secret that the pandemic was especially difficult for parents to navigate. The 2019 world marathon championships qualifier struggled, too.
How a new maternity leave policy in triathlon is changing the landscape for female pros.
Check out Stephanie Hoppe's author page.
Eight months postpartum, pro runner Tina Muir offers injury prevention tips for new runner moms based on her own recent experiences.
These two professional athletes also have jobs and are mothers—and they somehow still find time to lace up for their workouts and race.
Seven months into her first pregnancy, pro runner Neely Spence Gracey is devoting much of her free time to coaching others.
Both stay-at-home and working moms both deal with "mom guilt"–especially when they're trying to fit running into their busy schedules.
Pregnancy is full of uncomfortable moments, but running while pregnant doesn't have to be one of them thanks to these tips.
Mother runners are tough, and this woman proved it at mile 8 of a half marathon when she was pumping breast milk without stopping.
Sara Slattery, Kellyn Taylor and Alysia Montaño took different approaches to pregnancies and are on their way to the U.S. Olympic Trials.
You may not realize it, but the very same advice that guides new moms is just as helpful to new runners.
Being a mom is like running—don't compare yourself to the competitor next to you.
When she went into labor, she thought she had time to take a hike. Here's her story.
Sarah Brown gave birth to a baby girl in April—and she's about to be 1,500-meter-ready for the Olympic Trials in July.
The first at 3 months, second at 5 months and the final—Boston—at 7 months pregnant. Incredible!
Once you recognize you're not invincible, there's room to do the things to help you heal from a postpartum running injury.
We commend mother-runners working with those mom schedules, especially those hitting the training grind to make it to that goal race.
After giving birth to her second child, Stephanie Bruce discusses how feelings of starting over feel similar to approaching a starting line.
The adjustable system works for all three trimesters...and post-pregnancy too!
One runner reveals why the days before labor are like walking a tight rope between two worlds.
The minis totally nail all the important aspects of a healthy training regimen.
Lauren Fleshman comments on the pressure placed on some females athletes after giving birth.
When your bodily functions just aren't cooperating, take comfort in these tips from a mother runner.
Check out Caitlyn Pilkington's author page.
How one running mama hilariously outlines her days at the gym before versus after having kids.
“My children enjoy the work we do and we’re so proud they are in our lives.”
One runner hopes to run Boston 23 more times—and inspire mother runners everywhere.
Running moms- stretch marks are nothing to hide! Wear them loud and proud!
How soon after giving birth should you return to running? Michele Gonzalez shares her experiences returning post-pregnancy.