Badass Mamas

  • Rachel runs the 'Chase The Sun Tatton 10K'

    When I got to 7k my legs were really heavy and my aim became not to walk. I caught up with several runners who seemed to be having the same problem. We progressed on to the finish line and past the mansion house. Some people started to sprint...
  • Top 10 - Mother's Day Gift Inspiration

    Looking for some Mother's Day gift inspiration? Here's our top 10 gift ideas just for you!
  • Running Saved My Life - By Michelle

    Then came the day I realised there was a problem. My resting heart rate had always been low (as had my blood pressure) but it started dropping lower and averaging at 32 bpm instead of 42 (which was my average for a few years). It was my watch that kept alerting me...
  • Helen Shares her Journey Back to Running

    Over the years I've battled with my mental health it stemmed from being bullied at school then I went on to having five miscarriages I am extremely lucky to have both my children.
  • Taking Back Control Through Running

    I still remember the day I started running. I’m a Divorced, Single Mummy to two girls, aged just five and eight. I also suffer with an Anxiety Disorder. The year I got divorced in 2017, I landed my dream career as a Police Constable. A couple of years on…and I found life overwhelming.
  • 'Running Just as Fast as I Can' by Serena

    I am the first to admit that at school I was a bit of an oddity.  I wasn't sure quite where I fitted - on the one hand I was all black nail varnish, tasseled skirts and bootleg Nirvana cassettes.  On the other I had a secret crush on Mark Owen and knew all the words to Don't Love Me for Fun by Boyzone.  Probably for that very reason I was never really one for team sports 
  • Badass Mama Kirsty Shares Her Running Journey

    I did something which at the time felt that it wouldn't happen, and that was put myself into a charity place ballot for the 2022 London Marathon, and lo and behold, I got a place! 
  • Badass Jean on Running Through Cancer

    I was never much of a runner despite having a career that necessitated it. In January 2018 I told my Dad I'd run Race for Life for him and he ...
  • Let's Talk Pelvic Floor with JULIE

    Leakage and prolapses have been a taboo subject for far too long. There is no shame. The only shame is the lack of education that women get. For most women, the first time they hear the words ‘Kegels’ and ‘prolapse’ is when they actually have an issue. Education is key to bringing down the huge number of women suffering with weak pelvic floor issues.

  • Lockdown turned Amy into a Runner

    There was lots of talk about how productive some people managed to be during lockdown. People wrote novels, learned Spanish, grew organic vegetables, took up the bassoon… I was definitely not one of those people.

  • Running Escapes UK - REVIEW

    Quite literally the girls weekend away that I didn’t even know I needed!

  • Couch to Badass by Lindsay

    I could never understand people who ran… Especially for fun! The majority of my life I have struggled with Anxiety and depression, trying new thi...