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Run Lift Mom is an audio podcast uplifting women and guiding mothers through their fitness journey. Episodes feature expert interviews in the topics of running, strength training, and motherhood.

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I uplift other women in the areas of running, lifting, and motherhood and create community for servant leadership.

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Running, Lifting, Motherhood

Run Lift Mom is an audio podcast uplifting women and guiding mothers through their fitness journey. Episodes feature expert interviews in the topics of running, strength training, and motherhood.

How to Honor Your Running Schedule as a Busy Mom

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This is a Run Lift Mom podcast interview about honoring your running schedule as a busy Mom with guest Amy Glenn, talented athlete, Mom, University professional, and ZYIA Active rep.

Show Notes:

How Amy found running in her 30s (2:00) how the running community brought her in and races came second (4:30) staying consistent in a chaotic season of life (6:30) virtual racing (7:15) Making the time sacred and ensuring your family is on board and understands you can serve them better when you’ve run (9:00) Finding a time in the day you can honor (11:30) Habit stacking and replacing (13:00) rapid fire (14:30) zyia rapid fire

Top takeaways from this episode

  • It’s never too lateAmy found running later in life and is a very talented athlete! Sure, she races frequently now, but the running community is what brought her in. If you’re a runner already, perhaps asking your pal to join you is a better approach than strong arming him/her into the next race!
  • Schedule it– if you’ve been a parent for a while, you’ve probably found that if something is not on the calendar it doesn’t happen. Get buy in from your spouse, get creative (laps around the soccer field during your kid’s game, anyone?), make that running schedule happen!
  • Don’t assume that you have to do your entire workout all at once. Take advantage of short amounts of time to run. If you have 15 minutes to run on the treadmill before you start making dinner, go for it. Then, while dinner is cooking, jump on for another 15 minutes. Many marathons have been trained for in multiple bouts throughout the day

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