04.12.17

So You Want Your Child To Be a College Athlete? (Part 3)

As a parent, you know that athletics are great to prepare your child for life’s challenges and opportunities. You also know building a child’s confidence is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. But did you know […]
04.03.17

So You Want Your Child To Be a College Athlete? (Part 2)

What does it mean to give your kid confidence? What does it mean for them to understand how to move their body in a way that prevents injury? It’s the difference between a […]
03.28.17

So You Want Your Child To Be a High School or College Athlete? (Part 1)

Fitness on the Run (FOR) instructor Erica Morales is an example of what it takes to be a college athlete. She learned many lessons over the years and continues to lead an active and healthy […]
03.16.17

Meet Alex and Dominika: Taking Time for Balance + Simplicity

Fitness on the Run’s instructors come from many walks of life: law, corporations, teaching, and government affairs. We believe each individual brings a special balance of experience and compassion to help others achieve […]
03.03.17

How Fitness + Focus Prepared Carol To Fight Cancer

Carol Froehlich’s appreciation and understanding of young children made her passion of becoming an elementary school counselor a reality.  She embraced her profession and found children responsive to the variety of programs and […]
02.24.17

Street Style: Jane Batson

Conservatively, I have seen at least 2,000 people walk through our doors at Fitness on the Run FOR) over the past 13 years.  I see some who say that want a particular goal […]
02.16.17

Surprising ❤ Facts You Need To Know, Part 2: Food Good News/Bad News

In part one of this series on four things you should know about your heart, we explored 1) how women experience heart disease – and heart attack – different from men and 2) […]
02.10.17

This Valentine’s Day, Love Yourself: Surprising ❤ Facts You Need To Know

What if eggs weren’t actually “bad” for you? What if working on your emotional health was equally, if not more, important than the other accepted factors that lead to heart disease? What if […]
02.06.17

68, Strong, and 25 Pounds Lighter: Iris’ Love Note to Life

Who’s not a sucker for a love story this time of year? Hold the eye roll, this is still Fitness on the Run (FOR) and we won’t be trading strength for sappy. This […]
02.03.17

Our New Moms: How They Define “Fit Mom” for Themselves

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been exploring how we can define for ourselves what “Fit at 50” (or any age, really) means. It is in that vein that we now want to […]
01.25.17

Fit at 50, Part 4: Get Curious, Get Honest

As I enter my 50s, I am committed to exploring and being curious. Shifting my perspective is liberating and has positively contributed to improvements in my health, wellness, and happiness. How I view […]
01.19.17

Fit at 50, Part 3: Food, Sleep + a Positive Attitude = Fuel for Life

As a teenager, I suffered with an eating disorder while enduring my parents’ torrential divorce. So many things were about control in my life, and I turned to food as the one place […]
01.18.17

Fit at 50, Part 2: The Inextricable Link between Your Body + Your Attitude

What if we all had that body we wanted? Would it change who we are?  What does it take to accept who you are first, then your body and all of its blemishes, […]
01.13.17

What “Fit at 50” Really Means, Part 1 of 4

Have you ever wondered why we spend billions of dollars every year to defy looking older? Culturally, there are many negative associations tied to aging and appearance, despite the fact that living a […]
01.06.17

When Will You Die? Part 3: How To Tell if You Are 7x More Likely to Die within 6 Years

It’s quick test and it’s free, but its results are invaluable. In fact, try this out. Literally, right now. Stop reading and follow these directions: Stand up. Cross your feet. Sit down on the floor. Get […]


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