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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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Princess Run news release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, March 27, 2014 Contact:  Sheila Kidder 2014 Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash Date Set MAY 4, 2014  “Another Magical Day Down by The River” OKLAHOMA CITY:  runhers, a women’s health and lifestyle organization headquartered in OKC, announces that the 5th Annual Princess Run Festival and Little Dude Dash [...]

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NEWS 9 Announce

Princess Run Festival News Release

March 26, 2013 OKLAHOMA CITY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact:               Sheila Kidder – (405.659.2852) NEWS9 Partners with Princess Run Festival Bobbie Miller will host as “Her Royal Highness” runhers women’s association is happy to announce this partnership with Oklahoma’s Own NEWS9 & Griffin Communications for the 5th Annual Princess Run Festival and Little Dude [...]

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one run boston

runhers norman joins ONE Run for Boston

Media Advisory For Immediate Release Contact:  Laura Mullins – 630-670-1346   ONE Run For Boston Relay Running Through Oklahoma Norman runhers Group Grinding the Night Shift NORMAN, OKLAHOMA:  On March 29th at 2:30am, runhers women’s association Norman Director Laura Mullins is leading a team of five runhers women on a lonely, dark 12 mile relay [...]

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what is piloxing

what the heck is piloxing

Editor’s Note:  We are one a never ending quest to discover new things.  Trends in exercise, fashion, entertainment, art and architecture are just some of the things we are constantly curious about.  Of course, you can add all things health and happiness to that too!  If you have some interesting topic that you think we [...]

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creative brain

stay creative this spring

By:  Britta Newton @ Inspiration Board. Whether it’s magazine cutouts push pinned to your wall or a framed bulletin board a creative brain needs the tangible inspiration. Try printing out some of your favorite Pinterest boards and favorite blog posts. Keep a beautiful pad & pen on you at all times. I have a stack of [...]

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sofa2success 2014

your place to begin… or begin again

Editor’s Note:  Through our own research, we’ve found that many women are simply terrified of getting started.  Even terrified of visiting a running or athletic store, or even a gym.   All the questions that cloud your brain, all the doubts, the “what ifs” and “I’ll embarrass myself” self talk.   Do you remember that line [...]

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laugh it up

Editor:  It’s true that children laugh many more times a day than adults do.  But, we should try to catch up to those little rascals!   And for greats reasons, it’s great for our health, not to mention our sanity!  So yuk it up, early and often.  And please share anything you find funny with us [...]

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train for redbud

sofa2success kicks off in OKC

We are very excited to be partnering with OKC’s Metro Family Magazine and the 32nd Annual Redbud Classic for this exciting 5K beginner sofa2sucess project.  This year’s RedBud Class is scheduled for April 6th, 2014.  The training is free of charge and open to everyone!  You can register at   Here is a breakdown [...]

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metabolism – myths and facts

via The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.  Reviewed by Wendy Marcason, RD, LDN Why can one person eat like a growing teenager and not gain a pound, while another person’s every indulgence shows up on the scale?  Chalk it up to individual differences in metabolism, muscle mass and physical activity. Metabolism is the process by [...]

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2014 OKCMM Training

spring training 2014

Editor’s Note: Happy New Year ladies! We are very excited to work with you and see you moving forward towards your goals! For you ladies who are starting or re-starting a running and/or walking routine, being healthy and happy is a lifestyle, not a quick fix. You’ll see results and feel much better taking small [...]

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december commitment challenge

by: Sara McCauley It’s that time of the year!  There is no denying; holiday season is upon us, and in full force.  Our schedule becomes full of events, shopping, celebrating AND eating.  That means more stress overall, and less time to spend working out. There is no “best time” to commit to a new fitness [...]

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staying safe on dark roads

tips for staying safe on the road in the dark

by: team runhers With daylight savings time ending and the shorter days this time of year, it is important to think through and to have a plan for running or walking in low light situations.  You can enjoy winter outdoor running and walking, whether you choose to run early morning or late evening, by following [...]

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