As a mom on the run, I understand the difficulties of training for races while raising a family. Mother runners struggle with balancing sleepless nights, sick children, crazy schedules, carpools, after school activities and homework with our training. It’s not easy.
Thankfully, Joggermom has made training and racing while raising a family easy with her Joggermom Marathon, but don’t let the word “marathon” scare you. With Joggermom’s virtual marathon, you simply run a total 26.2 miles during the month of May. In other words…
“You have from May 1st thru May 31st to complete 26.2 miles. That means you have 31 days to run 26.2 miles. That is a little more than 6 miles a week, a very attainable goal for even a couch potato. This marathon is not about who comes in first, it is about completing something you set out to do for yourself.” – Joggermom
Think you can do it? Like Joggermom said, it’s totally attainable. I participated last year and I’m joining Joggermom Marathon again this year. Now, I want to share this fun, totally attainable marathon with you.
One lucky Run DMT reader will win a free entry in the Joggermom marathon.
To enter this Joggermom Marathon entry fee giveaway, leave a comment below and tell us how you plan to reach 26.2 miles in 31 days. Giveaway ends midnight on 5/14. One winner will be selected at random with the help of random.org and announced on 5/15.
Even if you don’t win, please sign up as 10% of each entry will go to the American Heart Association. Registration will remain open until May 15 at midnight.
There a few “rules”, like keeping track of your mileage in a spreadsheet and submitting photos as proof of your efforts, but it’s so worth it when you see the fabulous prizes you can win. Not to mention, there’s that sense of accomplishment you’ll feel when you finish. Then, you can wear that pride along with the Joggermom Marathon finishers bib to make it official!
How fun is that?!
Rest assured your favorite stunner will be sporting a bib for sure.
So, you will join Joggermom Marathon and wear a finishers bib too?