5K SUCCESS

Ready to become—or recommit to being–a runner? 

5K Success is your plan.

This doable 12-week has a range of workouts that meet you where you are and fit into your busy schedule; a team of #motherrunners to support and cheer you; an accessible, expert coach to guide you.

new-landing-page-collageEach Program Includes:
★#Motherrunner-Friendly Training Plan: Delivered as a PDF + Connected to Training Peaks
★Over $25 of our Favorite Training Gear
★Exclusive Monthly Train Like a Mother Podcasts and Webinars
★Accessible, Expert Guidance, including Weekly Q+A on Facebook with Coach Lindsey
★Exclusive Facebook Group + Strava Club
★Short Strength Training Videos + Prehab Routine (only requirement: your body!)
★Weekly Newsletters
★Giveaways + Discounts on Essential #Motherrunner Gear

★Accountability + Community Galore

Check out registration dates + waves for 5K Success in 2017.

$55

5K SUCCESS

12 WEEKS 

GET STARTED NOW!

SUPPORT FROM YOUR FIRST STEP TO THE 5K SUCCESS FINISH LINE!

Meet YOur Coach: LINDSEY HEIN

Indianapolis, IN; Mother of three (ages 4, 2, <1)
Coaching since: 2012.
Coaching certifications: RRCA
After a workout, I: Shower + eat.
Two athletic accomplishments:
1. Qualified for Boston twice: during my first marathon and four months postpartum. (I don’t recommend that.)

2.Ran 20 miles pushing a stroller. (Not sure I recommend that either.)
Two maternal accomplishments:
1. I’ve given up trying to “make” all the baby food and let them eat the damn flavor ice. 

2. Deciding that as long as everyone’s sleeping, I dont really care if it’s in their bed or mine.
Don’t ask me to: Give up caffeine or carbs!
Coaching style in one word: Fun but no BS.

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Faqs

Good question. This Club is a branch of Another Mother Runner, started by Dimity McDowell and Sarah Bowen Shea. Back when our five collective kids were ankle-biters, we ran the Nike Women’s Marathon, wrote about our training for Runner’s World magazine, then turned the whole experience into Run Like a Mother, a chatty, advice-filled book published in 2010. (Here’s an excerpt from Runner’s World.) Train Like a Mother (excerpt) followed in 2012, and Tales from Another Mother Runner (guess what? excerpt) completed the trilogy in 2015.

Along the way, Another Mother Runner has flourished into an amazing community of badass women centered around the idea that the benefits of your miles ricochet through all aspects of your life. When you run, you are a more patient mother, a more loving partner, a more productive worker, and a more positive person altogether. (Note: By run, we mean forward movement. Walking, jogging, and running at any and all speeds count.)