Meet Our Hosts

A new section of our website profiles the hosts of our daily runs. These are written for shy first timers who want to know who you’ll meet on your first run, and seasoned OMG vets who have run out of conversation topics. Our first profile was written by Anna Miller and is about Emily Jo…

Where in the World is OMG

Where in the World is OMG

Send us a picture wearing your OMG gear outside of Milwaukee. Include a landmark, a sign, a race banner, or something that shows where you are. We will add a pin in our Where in the World is OMG Google Map and add your pic to our Google Photos Album. You can also post your pic…

Plyometrics Autumn 2019

Plyometrics for runners will be offered again beginning in November 2019. The OMG Plyometric workout for runners (and volleyball players) is held in the gym in the basement of Northwoods in Shorewood. Plyometrics leg strength training exercises that strengthen joints and prevent running injuries. We start each workout with group exercises followed by a series of…

Yoga for Runner - Milwaukee Running Group

Yoga for Runners 2020

Yoga for runners will be offered again beginning in January 2020. Yoga for runners features a series of poses and routines to loosen tight spots, strengthen weak spots, and make you a better, less injury-prone runner. The classes are taught by Jodi Clark Kleinfeldt, a certified Yoga instructor and seasoned runner. The class will be taught at Northwoods in…

Beer Mile VI – 2019

The sixth annual running of the OMG Milwaukee Beer Mile and Family Picnic will be held on Saturday August 10, 2019 at the Rugby Pitch on the Milwaukee lakefront, just north of Bradford Beach.  Results from previous races are posted in the Records area of this website.

OMG Hoodie & Singlet Update

The next order for OMG Hoodies and Singlets is now, and will end on July 28, 2019. See our eMail newsletter for full details. Subscribe to the newsletter by sending an email to mke.run.group@gmail.com.

Oak Leaf Trail Cleaned!

On Sunday April 28, about 100 members of OMG, Badgerland Striders, Tri-Wisconsin, and November Project teamed up to collect 120 bags of trash on a 1/4 mile stretch of the Oak Leaf Trail between Brady St and North Ave. The group cleaned some very hard-to-get-to places along the steep hillsides just south of Farwell — trash…