I am so dang excited these are back in stock! I’ve had my eye on the coral color for a while! ❤️😱🙌🏻•
If you typically need to wear 2 bras to have support working out, then this is the bra you should check out. •
I’m able to comfortably wear this one bra and do cardio and keep the “girls” in check!! Haha!•
DM me to order!
MamIS goes to Budapest! 🇭🇺
Fia och Eva-Lena drog iväg till Ungerns huvudstad redan i fredags. Målet med resan var att delta i #Budapestmarathon på söndag. Och det gjorde de också! 👏🤩 I dag måndag, hälsar tjejerna att de haft en underbar dag med sightseeing i skönt och soligt väder 😎
Budapest är en riktigt härlig stad som säkert får fler besök av mamisar.
At Moms Running we want to take a moment to acknowledge the world outside of this safe space and what is happening right now. Our hope, our dream, our belief is that this is a reckoning. We have spent so long caught in the endless culture of silence, shame, and fear. Every woman I know has at least one #metoo story and so many more of us have an endless stream of stories. Times where they feared for their lives, times where they feared for their jobs, times where they questioned their own sanity over what happened. We are taught to wear the right things, cover our glasses, don’t drink too much, don’t smile too much, don’t make eye contact, stay in groups, don’t wear headphones outside at night, don’t run in the park too early or too late, carry mace in your purse.
How many times have you put your key between your fingers while walking to your car? Parking lots do not belong to men. How many times have you politely declined only to be called a bitch, tease, cold, prudish? No one is entitled to your time or your body. How many women have stayed silent for fear of what is happening right this minute on a national stage? How many #whyididntreport stories do people need in order to acknowledge we might have a problem here?
We believe women. We believe we can and must do better for our children. Even more importantly we must do better for each other. We hear you. We see you. We support you. If you needed a reason to step beyond your fear and run for office please let this be it. Let yourself be the shining example even if you might fail. Take your anger, fear, excitement, nerves, shame, tears, laughs…take it all and wrap it up into a campaign that kicks ass. This is a reckoning.
The treadmill and I don't get along well. I've been finding it hard to get outside for a run on my days off right now because my husband coaches cross country after he's done with work and with having 4K drop off in the middle of the day, makes a run with the two kiddos hard.
I'm thankful we have a treadmill, so that I can sneak in a run during my 2 year olds nap, but it's always a struggle for me mentally.
Today I felt like stopping at 2 miles, but I commit to doing a half marathon with my cousin in a few weeks and my schedule says 6. I did all 6 and it was hard.
Here's the thing... Making healthy choices and reaching goals is not always going to be sunshine and rainbows. It's what you push through during the storm that makes you stronger.
Find a program or plan that you overall enjoy. That makes you want to keep going, and stick to it. If you quit, you're only quitting on yourself. Don't let your mind take over on the hard days. Push play, start moving and keep going. You'll never regret it when you're done.
🗣Audio ON🤳🏻🏃🏻♀️🏃🏻♀️A lot of women ask me when they should start running after pregnancy...as a general rule I do have certain assessment tools related to hip strength, pelvic floor function, and overall back/pelvic stability that I check but here is a test you can do for yourself if you are AT LEAST 3 MONTHS POSTPARTUM:) If you run before you pass this (even if you ran during pregnancy) you do set yourself up for risk of injury based on my experience treating hundreds of women. Another red flag is if you “leak” at all during running or jumping then you have a dysfunctional core/pelvic floor which is what a women’s health PT can help you with so you shouldn’t be running yet but should see a pelvic floor PT first! Try this exercise and IF YOU CAN’T DO AT Least 15 X for 3 sets each side you are dysfunctional in your single leg stability, which is what running entails! Comment below if you can do this well (or can't!)💪🏻💪🏻