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Monday • March 30th, 2015 • Saved in: Eloise Mumford / Interviews / Team Fifty

This Is Why Eloise Mumford Is All About Racing
The Fifty Shades of Grey actress talks training, giving every race her all and more.

I’m from the Pacific Northwest, so I grew up running outside. But I treated running as just a workout until a friend persuaded me to sign up for the Nike Women’s Half Marathon in San Francisco last year. We trained five days a week for three months. Prepping for the race changed my whole perspective on endurance—both physical and mental.

I had a trainer who created a calendar for me. The plan was two short runs and one long run a week, as well as two days of cross training. We also did group runs. My first one was 3.3 miles, and that sounded so long. But within a few weeks, a 5-mile run seemed short.

My training also included a 10K in Paris—my first race. Running with a group is so different from running by yourself. I was fueled by the energy from the crowd: The thousands of footsteps pounding on the cobblestone streets and echoing off the buildings sounded like rain. It was beautiful. I ended up running a personal best—that’s when I was hooked. The half marathon in SF was even better because my family was there cheering for me.

I’ve found that training translates to acting. Whether it’s a race or a role, the things I work really hard at are the ones I’m most proud of. I think Kate (my character in Fifty Shades of Grey) is such a fierce, strong woman—she would have running a full marathon on her bucket list.

After my half marathon, I set a goal for myself to run one race a month. Running has become so much more than exercise: I’ve found mental focus and purpose. Going through that experience with 25,000 other people is what makes it an event.