Types of Running

The Lent 2017 challenge is over, but that doesn’t mean your running journey has to stop! In fact, this is the perfect time to learn more about running, so that you can set a different goal the next time the challenge comes around. Even if you still consider yourself a beginner, learning more about this […]

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Food and Fitness through Faith

Nutrition and food plays a huge role in a person’s life – but especially a runner’s! And since we are women of faith, we wanted to explore how that could play a part in fitness AND food. So we asked Chelsea of The Catholic Kitchen to write a guest post for us. Read all about […]

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Confessions of a New Runner, Part 2

Earlier this year I wrote a post about what I had learned halfway through our Advent challenge. Johnna and I figured it was time for another update from a new runner! I make no secret about the fact that running is challenging for me. In case you have any worries about keeping up with a specific running […]

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SoulCore for improving flexibility, strength, and faith

Are you looking to find the perfect stretching routine during the Catholic Women Run challenge? Rachel is on the blog today to talk to you about SoulCore. Like the Rosary HIIT workout from Ginny Kochis, SoulCore is a way to incorporate your stretching and prayer time! Read more about it below. I am certain that […]

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Strength training plan for runners

We’ve already talked about the importance of a strength training plan for runners on this post. We even gave you a routine to try yourself! Since then, while we were scrolling through our Instagram feed, we came across another fitness ministry – the Soul Strength Sisters! Emily and Jenny are wives and mothers who became lifting […]

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24-Minute Rosary Workout – HIIT Routine for Runners

Are you looking for a HIIT workout made for runners? How about one with the rosary thrown in, too? This 24-minute rosary workout is a HIIT routine for Catholic runners. You’ll get max cardio effect and prayer time, too. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that there are two types of people in […]

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Answered: Your Lent Challenge FAQs!

The countdown to the #CatholicWomenRun Lent challenge is on!! Just about two weeks until we all hit the ground running together on MONDAY, February 19th! We can’t WAIT to get started with you! We want to make sure you’re extra prepped for success – so check out some of these FAQs below. How much does it cost? […]

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Running Songs: A Catholic Playlist

Good music can often make the difference between a good run and a bad one. I was losing steam during my long run last week. Then I started playing Taylor Swift’s newest album and got a second wind. And after Charlotte mentioned running to classical music in this post, it got me thinking – are […]

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Confessions of a New Runner: What I’ve learned so far in our Advent challenge!

If you’ve read my bio you know that I am essentially new to the world of running. Until recently, most of my exercise consisted of chasing my toddler around parks and libraries. As a new runner, I have a lot to learn and if you are looking for true running wisdom, you should turn to […]

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Training when your plan fails

As we all know, the best laid intentions for Advent can go off the rails as soon as the first Monday comes around. Between feast days, Christmas shopping, Christmas parties, traveling home for the holidays, and hosting out-of-town guests, sticking to any plan can be nearly impossible during this time of the year. But should […]

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