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!
We review the Fitbury Running Belt and Bluetooth Headphones Set to find out if they make the perfect running kit combo for storage and music on the go.
Run Mummy Run lists the best UK women's running blogs for International Women's Day 2020. They range from the inspirational and stylish, to the hilariously funny.
Insoles for your trainers can help to prevent common running injuries. We take a look at Usain Bolt's insole of choice in our Enertor insoles review.
Though running is a good workout before and during pregnancy, going running after giving birth is a different matter. Here are the best tips for new mums.
Are you ready to run after having a baby? Make sure your pelvic floor is in good health with our expert guest blog, including top tips and resources.
Bob Grainger, ambassador for Enertor and sports physiotherapist, has put together his 6 top tips to help avoid running injuries for Run Mummy Run.
Can you run during pregnancy and how does this impact on your pelvic floor? Key questions answered for female runners in this expert guest blog.
A pelvic floor expert gives us her advice for female runners and explains whether it's normal to accidentally pee while exercising, and what to do about it.
Continue your winter training with our top tips to help you run in the dark, from being seen to staying safe. Essential advice for female runners.
Expect the unexpected when marathon training for the first time; read these top 5 secrets that no one tells you when it comes to running a marathon.
Press release. Leanne Davies, founder and owner of Run Mummy Run, has been announced on The Lucozade Sport Movers List 2019, recognising her work with the female running community.
Are you taking part in a Race for Life event soon? Find out how you can prepare for the race, no matter what your current running ability with our top tips.
We review the new exercise and meal plan from Muscle Food called Do The Unthinkable. See what we thought during a two-week trial
Do you struggle to keep your running kit in order at races? Run Mummy Run tested the KitBrix kit bag system to see how it works for busy running mums.