Training. Nutrition. Inspiration.
Read stories from runners, nutritionists, supporters, and friends of the Special Kids Race
What you eat before the race can directly affect how you feel and your performance while you are running. When deciding what to eat for your pre-race meal, there are a few key things to keep in mind.
I love to run. It is part of my everyday routine and something that I look forward to doing, regardless of how busy I can be
“Come on Daddy, let’s run!” can often be heard throughout Lenore’s home. Running is one of Lenore’s favorite things to do. That’s why, this year, her parents have decided to celebrate Lenore’s upcoming 4th birthday at the Special Kids Race.
With the new year, many middle Tennesseans have personal goals around weight loss and exercise. Murfreesboro Medical Clinic's (MMC) Weight Loss and Wellness office is partnering with the Special Kids Race to provide a healthy activity and a fun exercise challenge.
It sounds like a simple process—but there are lots of common mistakes that people make when shopping for shoes. Here are some tips on how to make the most out of your investment.
I love training for events and getting ready to run in a race! As a former collegiate swimmer, followed by running competitively in my 40’s, I know the importance of fueling properly during training and before the big race! I’ve made lots of mistakes, learned a lot and have some good tips to share that hopefully you can learn from!
“Running is boring,” “I don’t know where to run,” “I’m tired of running through my neighborhood.” These excuses can be easily avoided by changing up your running routine and trying a new route! Here are 5 great locations that offer variety and opportunities to change up that boring running routine.
Monday through Thursday our sweet James is at Special Kids learning new and exciting things. James participates in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Feeding Therapy. He is a busy boy!
Can you run with a stroller after running solo for so long? The answer is yes! It's kind of like getting used to 4-5 hours of broken up sleep when you have been used to 7-8 hours of uninterrupted sleep; you just do it!
If you always do, what you always done, you will always get, what you always have gotten. You want to get faster? Be intentional, be different, be bold! Change what you have done in the past.