Another Mother Runner
Engaging and encouraging you to run like a mother
A Bold Pace
Running for our lives. The woman focused blog states its goal as to share, inform, encourage, and perhaps inspire in an effort to help us all keep up.
Feet Meet Street
Running and other random thoughts…
Gotta Run Now
Tina ran her first marathon when she was 40. 6 years later, she has run 12 marathons. She runs because she wants a strong and healthy body.
Half-Fast is a blog dedicated to finding the funnier side of running. Here you will find a collection of stories, poems, ideas, news and advice about running
Focuses on trail running and ultramarathons.They provide a mix of timely news, race reports, gear reviews, and other resources.
Jill Will Run
Crossing the finish line at Jill’s first marathon was an incredible experience that triggered an obsession with running. She earned her RRCA coaching certification and coached hundreds of beginners to successful race finishes. She shares those experiences and reviews running-related products on this site.
Lazy Girl Running
She never did any regular exercise and had a long list of health problems running in her family. So she challenged herself with running a marathon!she learned a lot on her journey to completing her challenge and shares it on her blog.
Mom Runner Coach Writer
A Mom, writer and RRCA certified running coach. She has competed in hundreds of races including marathons and an ironman (should be called ironwoman in this case). A committed natural runner who believes in strong feet and less shoe.
NYC Running Mama
Michele King Gonzalez is the NYC Running Mama. She became a mother in 2011 and is married. She grew up in New york City, graduated from West Point joined the army and is an Iraq war veteran. She fell in love with running during her last Iraq deployment. While in Iraq, she turned to running to clear her head and think about family back home.
Run Bulldog Run
The Running Adventures of British Bulldog, (aka Steve Speirs ). Steve started running as a teenager and became hooked. He runs from 5k’s up to a 50 Mile races and ironman triathlons too.
Run Faster Mommy
Swim, bike and run faster Mommy. The adventures of a Mom on the run.
Contains a lot of valuable information on Race Reports, Marathons, Running Science, Running Form, Gear Reviews, Running Shoes and Minimalist Running. Written by an anatomy and physiology teacher and “slightly obsessive” runner.
Runner Dudes Blog
Anything and everything about running
Running Because I Can
David was active as a kid and weighed 160 lbs. in high school. By the time he finished college he weighed 220. He started running in 2004 and got his weight under control. He has raced dozens of times (including a marathon) and along the way dealt with a few injuries. He has learned a lot about running and shares his experiences to the benefit of other runners.
Running and Rambling
Welcome to Running and Rambling, where you’ll find a little bit of everything related to trail running: race reports, gear reviews, photo tours, general training discussions, and occasional assorted nonsense.
The Happy Runner
Felice is the happy runner. She loves running and blogs her thoughts on running and offers running tips. Besides running she is a happily married mother of two