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Return to Running

Posted by: Amy Jackson, Owner Baby Boot Camp Santa Fe on Tuesday, September 24, 2019

So you've had a baby. Maybe it was six weeks ago, six months ago, or perhaps it was even six years ago, and now you want to know if it's okay to start running. Maybe you've already tried to run and felt great, or perhaps it didn't feel the same as before. Let us help point you in the right direction. 

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You are where you are... NOW

Posted by: Alexa Hasman on Monday, January 1, 2018

We are where we are now and we cannot compare ourselves to where we used to be. As we get older our body changes and so do our abilities. So, let's find gratification in our current abilities and what our bodies have gone through.

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How to Get Your Kids Involved in Races

Posted by: Alexa Hasman, Owner & Instructor on Thursday, September 21, 2017

Top tips for getting your kiddos out on the race course with you!

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3 Tips to Help Improve Your Running Form

Posted by: Angie Menendez, Fitness Coordinator on Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Improving your running form has the potential to help you increase your running efficiency, avoid injury and run longer distances more comfortably.

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Expectations for Postpartum Life as a Mom

Our lives change when we have babies. Our bodies change when we have babies. Shouldn’t our expectations change, too?

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Quick Tips For New Runners: Interval Running

Running: most people either love it or hate it. Here are some tips to start loving interval running!

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Adopting a Lifestyle Of Health and Fitness That Sticks!

Posted by: Baby Boot Camp on Wednesday, April 13, 2016

You have probably been there before. That time you were ready to get back in shape. So you jumped on the newest fitness trend and man, you did great…for the first three days. So how do you choose goals that will be sustainable for life?

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Birth Recovery: When to Return to High Impact Exercise and Running

Although postpartum exercise is important, WHEN to begin exercising is essential to prevent postpartum injuries and birth recovery complications.

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