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how to have a better attitude at the pool (or on the run)

Editor’s Note:  Running and swimming have a lot in common, with the main thing that both are “lifetime” sports.  You can do either at a very young age, through adult life and on through the golden years.  Running, like swimming, you can do just for fun, or to compete.  As far as burning off stress [...]

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Halls with everyone

NYC Shakeout Run with Ryan and Sara Hall…and Meb

By: Laura Mullins, director, Norman runhers   While most runners slept in on the cold, rainy Saturday morning before the NYC Marathon, my Norman RunHers crew got up early for a very special event. We had been invited to attend an intimate “Meet and Greet” with husband and wife Ryan and Sara Hall, followed by a shakeout run in [...]

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collective human adventure

about the hers projects

In case you’re wondering about the hers projects, here’s a little peek behind the curtain!  One of our beliefs is that if we want to change a society or culture, we have to mobilize the women in that society. Community building and collaboration are vital pieces of the hers projects. We recently decided to become [...]

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Staci teeter totter

balance: the teeter totter of life

Balance is the one thing in my life I am constantly working on and shaping. Just like a teeter totter, it shifts back and forth. Sometimes the sway is every minute, while other times it is much larger and requires more attention to get the balance closer to the neutral point. Life balance is not [...]

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domestic violence

domestic abuse/unhealthy relationship/dating violence

Editor’s Note: Our Designing a Safer Woman Guide is built to cover many issues relating to women’s safety. And it does cover some basics on domestic abuse and unhealthy relationships. This section is especially timely given all the attention in the media these past weeks on domestic abuse. We must continue to raise the bar, [...]

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how to fall in love

how to fall in love with running in 5 steps

by: Marie Wreath Editor’s note:  We’re happy to have guest author Marie Wreath let us repost her article.  Whether you run (or walk) a mile, or thirty miles, there are some great perspectives in here to think about! Like so many things in life, it’s about your own personal health and happiness, so take what [...]

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sofa2success aug 2014

train and run a 5K with us

Editor’s Note: For OKC Metro area women; we are happy to partner with Metro Family Magazine for another #StrongTogether project using our sofa2success 5K program. The goal race will be October 18th Komen Race for The Cure 5K. We provide all the training and as much motivation/inspiration as we can, you provide some time to [...]

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get off me

a body in motion…

Editor’s Note:  We all know that too much sitting and/or inactivity is dangerous for our health.  Inactivity is being referred to as an epidemic that can lead to disastrous long term health issues.   The hers projects are researching all around the US and other countries who are taking the issue on, and we are finding [...]

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2 days running day

runhers to host Free 5K in OKC Metro

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: OKLAHOMA CITY – JUNE 2, 2014 Contact: Sheila Kidder – (405.659.2852) info@runhers.com Celebrate National Running Day June 4th! Oklahoma City based runhers women’s association is hosting a free, timed 5K to celebrate national running day. The event will begin at 7pm, at Elite Feet Running at 1237 E Danforth Road in Edmond. [...]

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face the fear

face the fear

by: Emily Boecking Blank. Sheet. Of. Paper.  Yes, paper, not laptop, or desktop monitor, or tablet device.  After dropping my laptop one too many times, any sort of word processing software no longer exists on that 200 GB of memory, and I really haven’t had the patience to schedule an appointment with an Apple Genius [...]

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road rash

i know what you did last night…

Editor’s Note:  Our Norman Director Laura Mullins decided to gather a group and run a part of the coast to coast relay “ONE Run for Boston” – a way to raise awareness and funds for the victims of the bombing at last year’s Boston Marathon.  Here’s author Kim Frakes account of the hilarious relay leg [...]

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