One runner explains how canicross has helped her two Spanish rescue dogs to transition from street dogs to domestic pets.
One women shares her honest story about how canciross has helped her battle depression and anxiety over the years – running with her dog has become a form of therapy.
As the longest established online women’s running community of its kind, Run Mummy Run has been connecting and supporting women who run since its inception in 2012. Here we look back over its unique heritage.
We asked 10 members of the Run Mummy Run community to try and test these neutral ASICS GEL-CUMULUS 22 running trainers; here they tell us what they thought.
10 members of the Run Mummy Run community try and test these supportive ASICS GEL-KAYANO 27 running shoes and give us their verdict in our in-depth review.
In this guest blog from the team at DogFit, find out everything you need to know about starting to run with your dog and enjoy canicross. From essential kit to entering a race, and everything in between!
Using an audio-training app with running-specific features could help you improve your overall running experience. In this guest blog, the team at Auro share 5 top tips.
We review The Glow Method At Home, a system to help those who have had a baby, recently or up to 10 years ago, regain their fitness, core and pelvic strength.
A Run Mummy Run member reviews the PelliTec Blister Prevention Pads to see if they can solve her long-term problems with running blisters.
Run Mummy Run, the leading free online running community for women, has announced an exclusive Family Partnership with global sport performance brand ASICS.
Strength training can help you to build a stronger core and pelvic floor, as well as the stamina needed to cope with a new baby. Find out more in this new guest blog.
We review the newest product in the Pretty Athletic skincare for active women line-up, the Sweatproof Neutralising Hydration Gel. Our reviewer tests it on her regular runs.
Keep track of your running or fitness journey with these top tips for monitoring and recording your progress along the way.
Running can feel different after having a baby; in this guest blog, find out why you might be experiencing knee pain after a baby when running.
The Run Mummy Run community gave their questions to chat-runner and author of Your Pace Or Mine Lisa Jackson. Here are her answers.
Whether you're new to running or been running a while, here are the running rules you should know – and when it's actually okay to break them!