Runnermomcoach blogger, Corrie Enyart and the RMC Podcast conducts interviews and performs Q&A's with various people within the running community in an effort to nurture camaraderie, inform and educate listeners, motivate and inspire runners and to give positive karma back to the running world.
Holy Mother Runners from Iowa blog post features two "real" women from the Midwest and how they have kept running in their lives despite work, families, and the day to day chaos so many of us keep as a barometer of normalcy. It may find you just as motivated if not more to put that next race on the calendar, once you hear how relatable and real these "mother runners" from Iowa are.
Yesterday, I had the fortunate opportunity to be able to sit down and chat with a woman who was a 6x All-American college runner but claimed she ran in high school just for fun. She is also now finding her return to running after bearing her first child and is a young Iowa businesswoman who co-owns the Heartland Soles Running Shoe Store. Meet Lindsey Andrews, a mother, a runner, and a businesswoman thru today's blog post and my RMC podcast.
Have you heard of the RunCRwith.us app? It is an internet based app that a very bright group of high school kids at the Iowa BIG school developed for runners. More specifically there are 19 different routes that a runner can access in and amongst Cedar Rapids.
Monica is the Director of Special Events for the Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. She is this year's RUN CRANDIC race director and was accompanied by Laura Jaime, who is currently a U of I student doing an internship with the ICCCVB. Both of these women were able to give another insider's perspective and tell us about some perks of the race as well as some more details pertaining to the course itself.
Hear highlighted Iowa Runner, Emily Moffitt's personal story. She shares her running roots and how she now balances running as a mother of two, and full time nurse at the Iowa Children's Hospital. She aspires to run a 2019 spring half marathon and quests for personal sources fo running motivation.
Interview with local runner Morgan Russell advocates for Type 1 Diabetic Runners by spearheading a local chapter for a Type One Run, running program. Follow the Facebook Group Type One Run - Cedar Rapids