If the events surrounding Dr. Christine Beasley Ford and Judge Kavanaugh's testimonies on Capitol Hill were triggering for you last week, you’re not alone. With an FBI investigation underway, there’s no doubt in our minds that we’re going to be coping with this for another week or so. No matter where you stand on the political aisle, we just want to send a reminder that this community is a safe space for women to connect with each other through running and fitness to support, uplift, and encourage one another other - physically and mentally.Read More
This post was originally featured in City Fit Girls newsletter #147 for the week of September 24, 2018. We know you've read the articles, browsed the books, and maybe even listened to podcasts about how running and physical activity can improve your mental health.Read More
In last week's newsletter, I opened up about my experience with therapy. I'll admit it, I wasn't sure if I should get this personal in our newsletter but because of the stigma associated with therapy and mental health, I decided to share my experience in hopes that it could help someone else.
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This week, April 17-April 23, I challenge you (and myself of course) to start working on an achievable goal and actually complete it by Sunday. It could be anything - finishing that book you put down, working out 3 days this week instead of 2, getting your inbox to zero, going out for a run, you name it.Read More
So often we don't think that we're enough but it's true. Every single one of us is enough in our own right and it's up to us to believe it and to be okay with it. Sure, we work out to feel good and look good but it's important that at the end of the day when the selfies are posted and we're alone in our homes, that we are happy with who we truly are.Read More
Ladies, it's time we had a talk. No, not about speed work, cross-training or your next workout. Let's take a second to talk about our mental health.
After a long day at work, many of us (myself included) spend a lot of our free time at the gym or on the track working on our physical health. Workout after workout, we see improvements and strides in our athletic abilities but when was the last time we took time to improve our mental health?Read More