A Run Mummy Run member reviews the PelliTec Blister Prevention Pads to see if they can solve her long-term problems with running blisters.
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!
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.
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.
How can I stay injury free when I'm training for a marathon? Mike James from Sports Injury Fix gives Run Mummy Run his top tips
How soon can I start running after a caesarean? Kelly Lucas shares her experiences with Run Mummy Run and explains how to start running after a C-section.
How can I run in the heat? Jeff Galloway explains how his run/walk method can help on hot days and gives Run Mummy Run top tips for running in the summer.
What is adventure racing? Moire O'Sullivan explains to Run Mummy Run what an adventure race is, why it's worth trying and how to get started in taking part.
How can I improve my diet? Healthy eating can give you more energy and improve your running. Here are some top tips from Go Faster Food to get you started.
How can I cope with anxiety? Run Mummy Run Community Ambassador Claire Daniels explains how she uses running to overcome her anxiety.
What should I eat to improve my running? Discover the basics of run nutrition in this complete runners' guide to healthy eating for Run Mummy Run.
Stress incontinence is a real and embarrassing problem for many female runners. Jacqui Hawkins tells Run Mummy Run about her experience and strategies.
Do you procrastinate about your runs? Are you struggling to stick to your running goals? Claire Ward explains to Run Mummy Run the psychology behind exercise avoidance and how to overcome it.
Run Mummy Run Community Ambassador Shona Darley explains why she is forgetting about times and pressure, and how she is finding her 'happy' through running.
Charlotte Harding is a member of the Run Mummy Run community. In this blog post she explains what she has learnt from reading the Run Mummy Run book.