Marisa Cummings, an investment banker, embraced a crazy run-to-work plan: 6.5-mile run commutes, packing clothes at the gym, and even doubling miles for training. Despite a couple of mishaps, her dedication to fitness and time management prevailed.
Journalist Garret Woodward stays active on the go, keeping running gear in his car for spontaneous runs and embracing the adventure of exploring new places.
Writer Megan Harrington incorporates exercise into her daily routine by running errands with her son in the stroller.
Sara Colodner and her husband take turns for morning workouts to ensure one is available for their son, fostering accountability and motivation.
“My husband and I schedule running dates at night,” says Grace Henderson Hartman. “We get a babysitter, do our long runs together, and finish with margaritas and tacos at a restaurant near our apartment.”
Running coach Patrick Hammond advises to view working out as enjoyable, shifting the mindset from an obligation to a desire. This approach has been successful for him over 24 years.