Beginner Running running Races Inspiring Runners to Follow (Not Literally) While Marathon Training
Training for a race is hard, but when you see other fierce women just like you crushing it, it makes those long runs and hill drills just a little bit easier to tackle.
Marathon training can sometimes feel like the loneliest game in town, but you don't have to go into a self-imposed exile: inspiration can be found everywhere, from your local running clubs to the upcoming Olympic Games. When you're feeling sluggish, what you really need is instant commiseration, so follow these motivational runners who are also training, hill repeating, meal prepping, and plotting their next big races. Think of them as your personal training squad—and leave a comment to cheer them on, too!
Beginner Running  running Races Inspiring Runners to Follow (Not Literally) While Marathon Training

Ultra distance runner, triathlete, and mom of four,Rhandi Orme, has some seriously inspiring goals. She's aiming to be among the top three female finishers in the North Face Endurance Challenge 50Kin Wisconsin on September 17—and as if that wasn't enough, she plans to follow that with theMonumental Marathon in Indianapolis on November 5, where she's hoping to finish in less than 3 hours and 10 minutes. Based in Indiana, Orme has been running for more than 25 years. "I remember beating the boys around the track in elementary school, and I was hooked instantly," she says about the sport that keeps on giving. "I love the sense of freedom and strength that I feel when I run."
Beginner Running  running Races Inspiring Runners to Follow (Not Literally) While Marathon Training

She may be training for the Chevron Houston Marathon early next year on January 15, but Catalina Drouillard already knows all about the really-long-run game. She ran a solo 50K in May because she wanted to be an ultrarunner by her 29th birthday. "You feel pretty invincible when you know your body is capable of running 31 miles without stopping," she says. Her Houston-based Insta features some killer yoga poses and inspiring words, like those she pinned to her pack during a trail run. 
Beginner Running  running Races Inspiring Runners to Follow (Not Literally) While Marathon Training

Less than four years ago, Khymmie Le Chau couldn't run 3 miles without stopping let alone think of running a marathon. Now the San Francisco runner is training for the Providence Rogue Marathon in Oregon on September 18, and her joy-filled Instagram account tracks her progress alongisde some beautiful scenery and sunrises. As she says, "Anything can happen if we trust our bodies and live a healthy lifestyle."
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