My Personal Record...


"The greatest pleasure in life, is doing the things people say we cannot do", is a quote that Jen, the author of this blog, lives by. She is an avid marathon runner and tries to attain her personal best every race she enters. You can follow her running journey her on her . There are many more inspirational quotes for the running fanatic.

Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon
by noreply@blogger.com (RunJen) over 2 years ago
Happy Fall!
by noreply@blogger.com (RunJen) almost 3 years ago

Jog Blog UK


After 25 years of smoking cigarettes, Cathy, the owner and writer of this blog, started running to help in her quit smoking and get healthy. You will be inspired and yes she has kicked her nicotine habit and is thankful for what running has done for her.

Infographic: Breakfast v No Breakfast
by jogblog over 2 years ago
Infographic: The Anatomy of a Golf Swing
by jogblog over 2 years ago

Roni's Weigh


On this blog you will follow Roni, a mom who's journey from fat to skinny is chronicled. She shares her story very candidly and you will be inspired to get up and exercise and to start a healthy eating regimen.

Moving Past “I Can’t”
by roni over 2 years ago
Off to Bowling!
by roni over 2 years ago

Frayed Laces


This blogger is a graduate student with a triathlon problem as she endures the physical, mental and emotional ups and downs of training and racing. You will feel the devotion and dedication this young lady has for running.

Broken Hearted Runner


This runner and author of this blog has had two heart surgeries. The first at 14 years old and the second at 23. You will be inspired by this site to not let any obstacle get in the way of being the fittest and healthiest you can be.

Asthma and the Gift of Running


Anne, the author of this blog has severe asthma. She has overcome the ups and downs of dealing with a chronic disease. One way she copes is to run. She chronicles her running journeys on her blog. She will inspire you to try running, or anything that you think you may not be able to do! Where there is will there is way!

Jessica Is Getting Fit!


This fitness blog is a blog about getting not just physically fit but also mentally and emotionally fit. You will find reviews on nutritional foods and fitness gear to help in your goal of a healthy lifestyle. A bonus is the motivation you will feel when you visit this site!

Brooklyn Running


Brooklyn, which would be America's fourth-largest city on its own, boasts a healthy community of runners who tell all about their time on the path here. You will find information to help you be a better runner as well as meeting fellow runners with the updated posts.

Joe Kleinerman Near Capacity/Other Marathon Qualifiers
by noreply@blogger.com (Brooklyn Runner) over 2 years ago
Happy New Year's Eve!
by noreply@blogger.com (Brooklyn Runner) over 2 years ago

Run to the Finish


This blogger,Amanda, would love to help others find the joy of running me when they hit the road. She knows a lot people still think they "hate" running but her mission is to show them the joy one step at at time.

5 Things of Interest Lately: Beach Edition
by noreply@blogger.com (Amanda RunToTheFinish) about 3 years ago
DailyBurn Black Fire Review–AKA I want to die
by noreply@blogger.com (Amanda RunToTheFinish) about 3 years ago

Run Bulldog Run


Once you visit Run Bulldog Run blog you will be hooked! This blog is big on inspiration and training techniques to help you be the best runner you can be.

by Steve almost 4 years ago
Training Update
by Steve almost 4 years ago



Running, marathon training, healthy eating, yoga, meditation, traveling...these are the things that create joy in my daily life! RunToTheFinish is a place to talk about using my passion of running to explore the world around me and continue becoming the women I hope to be. My goal is to live each day with more joy, more experiences and more love...hopefully you'll find something here to inspire you on your journey!

Highs and Lows of Training - The Rundown
by noreply@blogger.com (Amanda RunToTheFinish) about 3 years ago
8 Natural Sleep Aids - Beating the time change!
by noreply@blogger.com (Amanda RunToTheFinish) over 3 years ago

For The Love Of The Run


Slightly off kilter, not too young not too old mom of a few who is a runner that knows there's so much more to running than just... running. Great giveaways almost every week.

If You're Not The Fastest, Why Run If You Can't Win?
by Tina Plantamura over 4 years ago
Run For Dignity. Days for Girls Virtual Race
by Tina Plantamura over 4 years ago

Clippin' Along


Clippin' Along is written by a Michigan runner who is back to running after many years of inactivity. The author shares his thoughts on his progress, equipment and other running topics in efforts to motivate himself and others.

The Short Game
by noreply@blogger.com (protometal @ clippinalong.blogspot.com) almost 3 years ago
The Long Road Back
by noreply@blogger.com (protometal @ clippinalong.blogspot.com) over 3 years ago

Chronic Runner


I've been running since I was 8 years old, and several decades later, I'm still at it. I'm not too slow and I'm not too fast, but I am a runner and will run for as long as my body permits me to do so. I am also a fairly serious rock climber, a college philosophy instructor (ethics and social and political are my areas of interest), a mother, and wife. Some think I have a little running problem - but running is like eating to me - it allows me time to think, to make sense of the world around me - things will come up that I find interesting, perplexing, disturbing, outrageous, hopeful, etc. Just important subjects and questions to chew on...And, of course there will be running, running, running...

Mean People Suck: Some Thoughts on the Running 'Community"
by noreply@blogger.com (Caolan MacMahon) over 2 years ago
The Asterisk Factor
by noreply@blogger.com (Caolan MacMahon) over 2 years ago

The Unlikely Runner


At 50, I decided to do the unthinkable and started running. Although I’ve been relatively fit for years, a zaftig figure combined with never having run before made it seem rather implausible. It turns out I love it! A year later, I can run 5 miles and have run in several races! My doctor is so happy that she told me to tell my story to anyone who would listen. So this is me doing just that.

Half Done Run


In August of 2010 I weighed over 290 pounds. I decided to exercise every day that I worked. That goal has changed a lot. So have a lot of other things. This blog is about those changes and my experiences because of them.

I Survived & Now I Run


This is a blog all about my journey from cancer to becoming a runner at 40 and training for my first half-marathon and beyond. I blog about training, food, motivation, cross training and much more.

The Worst Blogger Ever!
by noreply@blogger.com (Shannon King) over 2 years ago
God Is Good!
by noreply@blogger.com (Shannon King) almost 3 years ago

My First 5K and More


An older adult starts to run and gets addicted. After running many many 5ks, she moves on to half marathons. She is currently recovering from an injury and impatiently waits to be able to return to her running addiction.

Monday Running Update
by Darlene over 2 years ago
A Tale of Two 12 Mile Runs
by Darlene over 2 years ago

Mother Runner


Weekly posts to promote motivation, provide humor, and glimpses of real life situations from a mother who runs. From chub-rub to fartleks, this blog will keep you entertained.

Hungry Toes


Informational running blog site that chronicles a beginning level runner's stories as she makes the sport her own - highlighting mistakes and accomplishments.

The TexAthlete


I swim, I cycle, I run, I Yoga, I Lift, and I cook, all with a smile on my face! Join me in my travels and adventures!