5 things you should know about exercising in the heat

5 things you should know about exercising in the heat 1) Working out in hot weather makes your body work harder than the equivalent workout in cooler weather. Why? Because your body not only needs to pump blood to the muscles being used to…

Run 4 Mum Girls Night Out

Title: Run 4 Mum Girls Night Out Location: TBC - Venue will be confirmed, but will be local Description: It's about time we exchanged our trainers for heels and miles for meals... So, please let us know by clicking below if you're up for a…

Run4mum team adds a celebrity to their ranks!

How excited were we when we were told GETHIN JONES was firing the start gun at our latest end of season race in Dulwich Village last Saturday!  Forget my motivational team talk  -  the thought of getting up close and personal with snake hips…

Music is Motivation

If you’re like me, anything that makes a run feel a little easier is worth a try.  Better still, something that makes me motivated to run a bit faster is a winner.  And running to beats per minute could be just the personal trainer we all…

MOTR Race Day

Title: MOTR Race DayLocation: Dulwich ParkLink out: Click hereDescription: Join us in Dulwich Park, South London for our fun runs that are suitable for any age and ability to come along and be part of the action. Simply chose between our 10k…

Mums with young children are less likely to get recommended levels of exercise.

A recent study has shown that Mums with young children are less likely to get out and get the minimum amount of exercise needed to stay healthy than women of a similar age without children according to a study in the Journal of Science and Medicine…

Exercise Helps New Mums Reduce Postnatal Depression

In a bid to battle the baby blues, new mums should put down the chocolate cake and pick up their pace. According to a new study, exercising in the first three months after birth can significantly reduce the chances of suffering from postnatal…

The average new mum pushes a baby buggy around 750 miles a year

The average new mum pushes a baby buggy around 750 miles a year - the equivalent of trekking from Land's End to John o' Groats, it has been found. Researchers found the typical mum takes her new tot out and about in the pushchair six times…

Take the ‘puff’ out of your training and breathe more easily!

Breathing is a natural part of our everyday lives and as expectant mums we are taught to control our breathing to help with labour and childbirth. Following the birth of our little ones many of us want to get fit again & venture into running,…