June 15st, 2012
Redheaded Road Runner
After giving birth to her fourth child, Priscilla weighed around 175 pounds and she decided it was time to start shedding some weight. She started running and changed her eating habits and with hard work and determination, over time, she became a marathon runner weighing 115 pounds. She is currently training for her fourth marathon.
–> Redheaded Road Runner
June 8st, 2012
Joe Grant is an ultra runner, running coach and a life/running philosopher. He puts it all together on his blog which includes many great photographs of his running adventures. He says it best – “Running has become an extension of who I am, a vehicle for self-expression and discovery… Life experience shapes my running and running shapes my life”
–> Alpine Works
June 1st, 2012
Running For Bling
Two years ago Elizabeth decided to sign up for a half marathon and see how it would go. She loved it!! She is now hooked and on a mission to beat her time with each race she runs and of course, find the best bling out there–she love the medals!!
–> Running For Bling
May 25th, 2012
Average Guy Hits The Road
Zachary and his wife Moira were dealt some difficult times. Moira lost her job, had a baby and was diagnosed with cancer all within a few short months. Zachary was overweight and really feeling down. He decided to make some changes and get control of his life. He started walking then running, then 5k’s, 10k’s, half marathons, marathons and ultra marathons and raised thousands for cancer charities all the while. Also, Moira beat cancer!
–> Average Guy Hits The Road
May 18th, 2012
Written by a former college basketball and track athlete who has moved on to real life and running full time. Her favorite time to run is in the mornings when most of the world is still asleep.
–> Morning Runner
May 11th, 2012
Written by Kari Ricig who is addicted to exercise. She describes herself as sarcastic and eccentric. The other Ricigs introduced are her husband Mike and dog Bungee. She blogs to keep track of some of her more entertaining ideas and actions and hopefully to give others a good laugh at the same time.
–> Running Ricig
May 4th, 2012
Believe In The Run
He began running at age 35, caught the running bug and has since run many marathons as well as triathlons and ultra-marathons. Running has had a huge impact on his life; changing the way he approaches any challenge. It opened his mind to the possibility that he is capable of doing much more than he thought. His Believe in the Run Blog contains interesting posts on general running categories as well as many product reviews.
–> Believe In The Run
April 26th, 2012
The Science of Sport
The Science of Sport blog is written by Ross Tucker and Jonathan Dugas, both earned Ph.D’s in exercise physiology from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. They delve into analysis on the hot topics in running. They attempt to translate the science behind sport and sports performance.
–> The Science of Sport
April 20th, 2012
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.
–> NYC Running Mama
April 13th, 2012
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 Because I Can
April 6th, 2012
Run Eat Repeat
A popular blog written by Monica. Monica is a red headed Mexican girl who struggled with her weight her whole life and now uses Intuitive Eating to lose and maintain her weight. She loves running, eating, chickpeas, ice cream, jokes. She doesn’t love: falling in public, gum in her hair, negative horoscopes or dogs that bite. This blog documents all of that and more in a fun way!
–> Run Eat Repeat
March 30th, 2012
Runner Dude’s Blog
Thad McLaurin is the RunnerDude. He has running coach certifications from RRCA and USA-Track & Field. He is also a NPTI and ACSM certified personal trainer. The dude loves fitness and he gets satisfaction from helping people reach their fitness and running goals. The RunnerDude’s blog has a lot of information including workouts and recipes for runners, injury prevention, interviews with running legends, tips galore, book reviews and race stories.
–> Runner Dude’s Blog
March 22nd, 2012
Lazy Girl Running
She decided that she needed to start looking after herself. 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 started in 2008 and completed her first marathon in 2010. she learned a lot on her journey to completing her challenge and shares it on her blog. She is signed up for three marathons in 2012.
–> Lazy Girl Running
March 16th, 2012
Run To The Finish
Run to the Finish is written by Amanda Brooks. Running, marathon training, healthy eating, yoga, meditation, traveling…these are the things that create joy in her daily life! Her blog is a place that provides motivation to herself and to others in this crazy journey of living healthy. She hopes you’ll find something on her blog to inspire you on your journey!
–> Run To The Finish
Fredrik has been running trails since the late nineties and has ran many extreme marathons. These days he coaches runners and enjoys running trails and wants to give back “something of the beauty of running”. He also knows about super foods and writes some on that too.
–> Running Trails by Fredrik Olmqvist
Greg Strosaker tried giving up running but couldn’t. He realized that running was his thing. It is a key to his happiness, sense-of-self and health. As a husband to a doctor, father to three boys and product management professional he has a lot going on. He designed the Predawn Runner blog to help people incorporate running into their lives without having to give up other meaningful aspects of their lives.
–> Predawn Runner
The Old Running Fox started running at 54 years old and is now approaching 80. A naturally gifted runner he ran three marathons under three hours while in his sixties. He believes running more than anything keeps him young in body, mind and spirit. He is an inspiration for runners and maintains an interesting blog with great photos.
Photographs from the old running fox’s blog
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. Her only apparent flaw is that she is a Yankee fan.
–> The Happy Runner
Tina didn’t like running at first but today it is one of her favorite things to do and she says racing is the icing on the cake! She 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.
–> Gotta Run Now
At 51 years old Paul was 60 pounds heavier than he is today. Both the mirror and his doctor told him he was fat. These days he runs marathons galore and even does some ultramarathons. He is 56 years old loves running to keep fit and hopes he can motivate other 50+ people to get running. He refers to himself as an endorphin-addicted crazy man.
To the –> 50 is the new 30 Blog
Heather, a nomadic carefree surfergirl became a mom. Then she fell in love with running and it changed her life. She got her degree in exercise and sport science. Heather is a ACSM certified Health Fitness Specialist with an undying passion to motivate people to become active and healthy. She is sarcastic, loving, tends to “over share” and she writes about her life and running adventures in an entertaining way.
To the –> Run Faster Mommy Blog