Talk with MAMA RUNNER Rebecca
It's hard to run a marathon alone, and it's even harder to run a marathon as a family,But it's also the happiest&meaningful thing.
Baleaf： How would you describe yourself as a mother in just three words?
Rebecca: Strong, Determined, Fearless.
Baleaf：What inspired you to become a marathon runner, looking back on your
running journey, what are some of the most memorable moments you have experienced?
Rebecca: I don't have the typical runner's body and wanted to prove that I could still run a marathon. Some of the most memorable moments in my running journey include crossing the finish line of my first marathon, feeling a sense of accomplishment that I had never felt before.
Baleaf：How have they shaped you as a person and as a mother?
Rebecca: Running has taught me that no matter what, you have time for yourself and your family. It has shown me that I am capable of achieving anything I set my mind to, and that determination and hard work can overcome any obstacle. As a mother, it has taught me the importance of self-care and the value of setting an example for my children through my actions.
Baleaf：What lessons have you shared with your child through your running journey?
Rebecca: Through my running journey, I have shared the lesson of never giving up and enjoying the process. I want them to see that anything is possible if you believe in yourself and put in the effort.
Baleaf：When did you meet Baleaf? What do you want to say to Baleaf?
Rebecca: I first met Baleaf when I started running and was looking for comfortable and functional running clothes. I want to thank Baleaf for making me feel comfortable with whatever I wear while running and just being out. Their clothes have helped me feel confident and empowered during my runs.