If you are like me then you are always looking for a little more inspiration. I took a brief hiatus from twitter but now am getting back into it and am finding great sources of inspiration and women runners that you should check out. Take a peek at my list and please share your favorites in the comments.
Stephanie Bruce @Steph_Rothstein I had the privilege of meeting Hoka One One Elite Runner Stephanie Bruce last year at Rise. Run. Retreat. Not only is she a speedy runner but she is also a big proponent of body positivity and positive body image. She is an elite runner and also a mom.
Des Linden @des_linden Des Linden is the winner of the 2018 Boston Marathon. She finished fifth at this years Boston Marathon. She may be small in stature but is a fierce competitor. Des runs for Brooks and will inspire you with her candor about her training and racing.
Gabriele Grunewald @gg_runs Pro Runner Gabriele Grunewald is a pro middle distance runner but also a cancer survivor and warrior. She founded Brave Like Gabe to raise awareness and raise money for rare cancer research. Through her foundation she encourages others to move their bodies especially cancer survivors.
Are you a #twitter fan and a #runner? Check out these awesome runners to follow on twitter! @des_linden @gg_runs @Steph_Rothstein @SarahCanney @RunToTheFinish #runchatTweet
Sarah Canney @SarahCanney. Founder of Rise. Run. Retreat. and Run Far Girl. Mother of 3 Sarah posts inspiring content about runners, her training for mountain runs and snowshoe races. She also shares content about her recovery from an eating disorder and body image.
Amanda Brooks @RunToTheFinish Amanda shares a ton of great curate content from her website Run To The Finish. She also details her own journey with running and racing after having had knee surgery. She offers great running tips and advice.