Pam Moore interviews Marley Blonsky, the co-founder of All Bodies on Bikes. Marley shares how she got into cycling, how All Bodies on Bikes came into existence, why the word “fat” shouldn’t be taboo, her journey to body acceptance, what it means to embrace body neutrality, and so much more.
Guest Bio Taneika is a gravel cyclist, runner, mother of two, active-duty sailor, and freelance writer living with a medical condition called myasthenia gravis. She’s a member of the elite women's gravel team Velocio//Exploro. Committed to being the change she wants to see in outdoor spaces, Taneika toes the line at as many gravel races … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 42| Taneika Duhaney, gravel cyclist, runner, and mother of two: Managing autoimmune disorder—“give yourself grace and give yourself time”
Welcome back to Workout Wednesday! Q: What about stroller running? A:Well, lots about stroller running. First of all, you should know where I'm coming from, as far as my experience with this topic. I run with the BOB Revolution. When I was pregnant with Sweet Pea, I asked around and found that every running parent … Continue reading Workout Wednesday Vol 5: Stroller Running: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Welcome back to Workout Wednesday! Here is a reader question on a topic that is near and dear to my heart, especially right now, as I recently had a baby- postpartum running. Q: When is a good time to start running after having a baby? A: The short answer is, whenever your doctor or midwife clears … Continue reading Workout Wednesday Vol. 3: Postpartum Running
In 2001, I ran my first marathon. I had attempted a marathon a few years before, but shortly after I announced my plans to everyone I knew, I got injured and had to stop running. I didn't realize at the time that no one but me cared that I had failed to reach my goal. … Continue reading My First Marathon