“Running makes me feel free!”

Meet our Superwoman Teresa, a qualified journalist and urban farmer who grows microgreens for restaurants. Teresa moved to Cape Town, South Peninsula in 2010 and has been a member of Catch Me If You Can for the past 2 years. Her CMIYC Leader describes her as a quiet individual who should not be underestimated, especially…
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Behind the concept of CMIYC

How CMIYC came to be Catch Me If You Can – South Africa’s largest all-women running community, was founded by the two female entrepreneurs Sabrina Walter and Leni Ullrich. The dynamic duo is behind the concept that grew into a nationwide community. CMIYC started locally in Cape Town, now – 4 years later, the founders…
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Running Pregnant: The Second Trimester

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, midwife or nurse. The information expressed in the series “Running Pregnant – By JBRobinBog For CMIYC” should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before running during pregnancy and postpartum. The first trimester of pregnancy was filled with strange body changes, tiredness and the realization of…
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Running Your Fastest 5km On Trail

When running on trail there are a few things you need to take into consideration if you plan on running your fastest pace, or you’re fastest 5km. A  year or 2 back I planned to do a local trail run close to home, on a relatively flat route – I was quite fit I thought…
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What Women Should Know About Running

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To get the most from your running, it is important to know as much as possible about your sport and your body. We have 10 great tips you might not know about women running. Discover some great information which helps you in your daily running. #1 Sign up for a Race There is no need to be…
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Running Pregnant: Support Belts

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, midwife or nurse. The information expressed in the series “Running Pregnant – By JBRobinBog.com” should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before running during pregnancy and postpartum. No Pregnancy is the same. All bodies react diffidently – some baby bumps grow fast and others slower.…
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Why do I pee my pants when I run?!

When I run, it makes me feel free, it liberates me from any responsibilities and things that I otherwise HAVE to do. I like to run fast, and I don’t like being stopped or distracted. But I’ve recently started to encounter a very distracting and very embarrassing event whilst running, and to be honest it’s…
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Running Pregnant: The First trimester

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, midwife or nurse. The information expressed in the series “Running Pregnant – By JBRobinBog For CMIYC” should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before running during pregnancy and postpartum. The first trimester of your pregnancy is very scary, not only do you have to come…
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Running Pregnant: The Criticism

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, midwife or nurse. The information expressed in the series “Running Pregnant – By JBRobinBog For CMIYC” should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before running during pregnancy and postpartum. As a runner we rarely let anything come in the way of our running, from injuries…
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