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How to Fit Running in as a Parent

In this episode we interviewed Erin Henderson, a mother with 12 children, 9 of whom were adopted. She is also a fairly new runner. Erin has made big strides since going out for her first run three years ago. She has greatly improved her pace, run multiple marathons, including Boston as a qualifier. She is now sponsored by Brooks and part of their Team program.

One of the most interesting aspects of Erin's life is her schedule. She wakes up every morning at 4:00 to go running. That's right, she runs every day. It's great hearing from someone who finds time every day in her schedule for such long runs. Erin averages 70-85 miles per week! Her goal is to qualify for the Olympic trials in 2016. Tune in to this podcast to hear about Erin and how she manages life, work, 12 children and running!

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Duration: [27:31]

Do you have any time management tips? How do you get everything done and still have time to run?