Welcome to “Mom on the Run!” A blog feature that shares a mom-on-the-run and her story of running during and after pregnancy. My hope is to provide a resource for women who are thinking about running during pregnancy. The overarching theme: everyone is different. No two pregnancies are the same and of course no two stories of running during pregnancy are the same. In this series you will find a wide range of experiences that both inspire and comfort runners who are pregnant or have recently given birth. To read about other “Moms on the Run” click HERE.
Today, I’m welcoming Meg from Henning Love over to chat about her journey through pregnancy and how running played a party. Meg is mom to Caleb, who just turned one last month!
Once you found out you were expecting did your running change? Did you consciously drop mileage or ease back on pace? I stopped running every day during my pregnancy around week 34 because my husband was admitted to the hospital with viral meningitis and taking care of him and working full-time so I did a walk/run combination or a few times on the treadmill at the gym.
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