The Fabulous Running Mommy


Olivia Hernandez is the author of "The Fabulous Running Mommy" Blog. She runs for her health but also to raise awareness of NF2 and is heavily involved in this cause. She writes daily on her site with tips on healthy eating, she is vegan, and of course on her running adventures.

Life goes on...
by noreply@blogger.com (Olivia Hernandez) about 3 years ago
My Truth
by noreply@blogger.com (Olivia Hernandez) almost 4 years ago

Outrunning Fear...literally!


Outrunning FEAR and ED ... literally! A woman who runs because NOW she can. Recovering from a living a life of fear (and an eating disorder) Jenn has reclaimed her body, mind, and soul over a decade ago! She now uses her gift of running to raise awareness and fundraisers for those in need of Eating Disorder Treatment. Eating Disorders are serious illnesses that affect approximately 1% of the population. However, a much larger % of the population struggles with unhealthy thoughts of food, weight, body, and insecurity about who we are. This is why "Outrunning Fear and ED...literally" is a program for all of us! YOU are invited to join in the awareness, prevention and hope for ANYONE struggling to have a chance at reclaiming their right to leave fear and doubt in the dust!

Picnic Dash


Picnic Dash puts on 5k/10k events around San Francisco. These themed running parties provide a venue for friendly competition for new and experienced runners alike, while raising money for great local and international causes. Proceeds have gone towards the Brighter Sky Foundation, Project Open Hand, Opportunity Fund, Leap, the Alzheimer’s Association, the Semper Fi Fund, and the upcoming Cookie Monster Dash will benefit Stepping Stones International.

New: Runner & Race Director Resources!
by Leila about 4 years ago
Date Dash 5k
by Leila over 4 years ago



Know Cebu Fun Run 2013 Schedules. Upcoming Cebu fun run schedules, race distances, registration fees and sites are all posted. Join now!

Diary of a Wannabe Runner


My mom was diagnosed 14yrs ago with Early On-set Alzheimer’s and I have walked and ran in her memory in the past, but this year I’m trying something different. I decided a couple of months ago to step up on my exercising and needed a goal. With my mom not getting any better and the need to tell as many people as I can- twitter/Facebook are great ways but I want to let more people to know I wanted to run in her honor. Now, I’m all about 3s. Dont know why. I had this great idea: run 1[3] 5Ks ([3] miles)and a 1/2 Marathon (1[3] miles) in 201[3].

Philly Tails and Trails


After being diagnosed with colon cancer and undergoing surgery and 12 rounds of chemotherapy, I began running as a way to get stronger and take control of my health. I set a short term goal to run a 5k in May of 2012, with a long term goal to run the Broad Street Run in Philadelphia in 2013. I am happy to report that I have finished eight 5ks, one 8k, and I am not training to run the 10 mile Broad Street Run as part of the DetermiNation Team, raising funds for the American Cancer Society.