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The Fartlek Runner

http://www.fartlekrunner.com/

Fartlek is a Swedish word for “speed running" and Matt, owner of this blog, loves to run fast. He lives in Toronto and his site has many resources for race days and healthy eating tips. There is a fantastic recipe and motivation page to encourage you to be in tip top shape for that marathon you will be running!


Love To Eat, Hate To Exercise

http://lovetoeathatetoexercise.blogspot.com/

The title of this blog will speak to just about anyone who's felt an immense struggle with their weight -- exercise does have it charms, but it's simply not as consistently pleasing as pizza can be. Fortunately, blogger Andra's well-written and honest posts can go a long way to restructuring such thinking and forging new relationships with both food and working out. You'll probably want to try out a number of the dishes that you see Andra nibbling on here, too.

Slim Plate System Review
by noreply@blogger.com (Andra) almost 3 years ago
Splish-Splash
by noreply@blogger.com (Andra) about 3 years ago

Lifting Revolution

http://www.liftingrevolution.com/

The philosophy behind this great blog is that the right fitness training program makes all the difference when you're working out. The workout programs offered here are built for women after talking with clients from around the world. It's very motivating and not unlike having your own personal trainer visit you in your home.

Why I Won’t Do A Detox Diet After Thanksgiving… EVER
by TaylorR over 2 years ago
Today I’m Thankful For
by TaylorR over 2 years ago

MizFit

http://mizfitonline.com/

Carla Birnberg is an award-winning writer, personal trainer, bodybuilding competitor, and author of this great blog. She shares her health & fitness knowledge with those who might not have access to one-on-one training. Her motto is "fitness isn’t about fitting in." We need to make our own unique path even though we all have the same goal to live a longer, healthier life.

Fear and aging. A 40 word guest post.
by Carla over 1 year ago
I’m terrified of GLUTEN.
by Carla over 1 year ago

The Great Fitness Experiment

http://thegreatfitnessexperiment.blogspot.com/

This is a very funny and entertaining blog. This hilarious mom brings you reviews and honest opinions of weight loss tools, diets and books. She covers a wide range of topics from parenting to health and fitness. She makes you laugh and the photos on this site are adorable and funny.The baby duct tape to the wall will have you in laughing till you cry. You will actually enjoy getting fit when you are on this site.

I Have a Heart Defect: Me and My Myocardial Bridge (Crushing chest pain is one way to cure an exercise addiction I guess!)
by Charlotte over 1 year ago
Weight loss might make you healthier but it probably won’t make you happier, according to a new study
by Charlotte over 2 years ago

NYC Running

http://www.nycrunningblog.com/

Ready or not, here they come -- runners have all but inundated the Big Apple, and this is the top site for them on which they can all fellowship. This blog is loaded with tips for running the most famous marathon in the most exciting city in the world! So put on your running shoes and great ready for race day!


The Fabulous Running Mommy

http://www.fabulousrunningmommy.blogspot.com/

Olivia Hernandez is the author of "The Fabulous Running Mommy" Blog. She runs for her health but also to raise awareness of NF2 and is heavily involved in this cause. She writes daily on her site with tips on healthy eating, she is vegan, and of course on her running adventures.

Life goes on...
by noreply@blogger.com (Olivia Hernandez) almost 2 years ago
My Truth
by noreply@blogger.com (Olivia Hernandez) over 2 years ago

Run Like H3ll

http://runlikeh3ll.com/

This blog is jam packed with everything you need to know about running. Whether you are a beginner or long time jogger, you will benefit from the tips and resources found here. Happy running!


Run Addicts

http://www.runaddicts.net/

Once you pop, you can't stop -- and we ain't talkin about potato chips; running grows on you after a while, as this site evidences.


My Fitness Depot

http://myfitnessdepot.com/

This site basically offers everything you need to improve your performance when the sneakers are off -- including helpful diet tips.You will find this site easy to navigate from viewing all fitness products to purchasing them. You will be inspired to be the healthiest you can be , inside and outside.

Yoga
by Fitfirst about 1 year ago
Pilates Exercise
by Fitfirst about 1 year ago

Girl in Motion

http://www.girlinmotion.com/

A girl in motion is equivalent to a tsunami -- she will not stop until she hits shore; this lady runner blogger is fierce. You can feel the energy that Flo Karp, the author of this blog, has for life and running. She also has a few online shops for running gear to help make your run a little easier.

Where The Girl Has Been – Part 2
by Flo over 1 year ago
Where The Girl Has Been – Part 1
by Flo over 1 year ago

Runner Girl's Blog Spot

http://runnergirlsblogspot.blogspot.com/

Sonal Modisette the author of this blog, mother of three and newly unemployed started a new outlook on her life. On this site you will she shares her love of running, fitness and healthy eating habits. It's a feel good blog that inspires you to take a different path in life when the other one is road-blocked.


See Corey Run

http://seecoreyrun.blogspot.com/

The hope of this blog is that it informs, inspires, & delights you, but. most of all, motivates you to achieve your health & fitness goals You will find all you need to know about running-related topics, including product reviews, race training, news & events, sports nutrition, healthy cooking, strength training, & exercise psychology.

Coach Corey's Corner: 10 Tips to Set the Stage for a Great 5K Race
by noreply@blogger.com (Corey Irwin Cyberpenguin) over 3 years ago

The Adventures of a Running Bear

http://theadventuresofrunningbear.blogspot.com/

Sarah Jarvis is the author of "The Adventures of Running Bear" Blog. She is an avid runner and chronicles her running journeys on her site. We love the section titled," Inspiring Photo Stuff". The photographs on this blog are fantastic!


Another Mile

http://another-mile.blogspot.com/

This is a very organized and dedicated runner who runs this running blog. From the training log to the discussion section you will find this a very intriguing site about running and races that the blogger has done.


An Ultra Runner's Blog

http://runlonger.blogspot.com/

We're all just trying to hang in there a little bit longer; this blog teaches us that what we learn from running, we can apply to our whole lives. Follow me on my journey to run ultras and other mind altering events and feel the thrill!

"Twas Always Thus"
by Will about 1 year ago
What's Your Age Again?
by Will about 1 year ago

Shut Up and Run!

http://twentysixpointtwoormore.blogspot.com/

"Don't let fear hold you down. That's a big time waster. Actually, it's a big life waster." is the mantra this blogger lives by. This is a very passionate, funny site and author. The blogger has loves running and shares his stories from his experiences.

Let Me Tell You Why It’s a Good Day
by noreply@blogger.com (ShutUpandRun) about 3 years ago
9 Myths About Runners
by noreply@blogger.com (ShutUpandRun) about 3 years ago

Running Chick with the Yellow Hat

http://runningchick.breakingthetape.com/

On this great running blog you will follow the adventures of the author on her running adventures. She is very busy working a full time job, being a community volunteer , and of course an avid runner. Follow this delightful site and you will be inspired to put on your running shoes and go for a jog, or maybe run a marathon!


Christine's Running

http://running.about.com/b/

Another excellent blog for runners of all levels of experience to find new trips and that little extra dash of gusto for the next trek. Christine Luff, the owner of this blog, offers many resources and tips to make your next run a great experience.

Common Racing Mistakes to Avoid
about 3 years ago
Monday Motivation Tip: Think About Your Post-Run Self
about 3 years ago

Mizz Duffy's Marathan Blog

http://mrsduffysmarathonblog.blogspot.com/

Ms. Duffy from the Bronx in New York City takes no prisoners in her quest to become the best runner she can You will enjoy Ms. Duffy's enthusiasm for running and her quest to be the best. This site has daily posts to keep you up todate on her running adventures!


Runblogger

http://www.runblogger.com/

Why I Run: The Story of How I Became a Runner is a post on this fantastic running blog. It is about the author's journey into the running world and how running has turned into a passion for getting healthy and having a great time doing it. This site offers a wealth of tips and resources to help improve your performance.

Altra Lone Peak Neoshell and Lone Peak 2.5 Review
by David Henry about 1 year ago
Pearl Izumi Trail N2v2 and N1v2 Dual Review
by David Henry about 1 year ago

Your Pose Running Coach

http://www.posecoachblog.com/

Any serious runner will swear to you that the winning edge comes not from who's lighter, but which runner has the better form. Improve yours here. You will find tips on various running techniques such as Pose Running, barefoot running and general fitness.

Four Years Today
by Ken Schafer over 3 years ago
Running Form: Distilled (Parts 3a, 3b, 3c, and 4) By Christopher Drozd
by Ken Schafer over 3 years ago

Run, Janelle, Run!

http://runjanellerun.com/

This blog is somewhat of a journal of the blogger's running experiences. From her running days in college to the present. Janelle, the author, shares her views on the sport as a participant to a spectators point of view.

Naturally Protein Packed Pancakes
by Janelle Vadnais almost 3 years ago
Banana Oat Chip Bites
by Janelle Vadnais almost 3 years ago

Science of Running

http://www.scienceofrunning.com/

Train hard and smart and you will win easy is the philosophy behind this blog. To help you achieve the ultimate running experience this site explores the science behind running.The author of this blog is finishing up his Masters in Exercise Science and coaches other runners to reach their potential.

Recovery Addict: How overemphasizing recovery creates dependency
by steve about 1 year ago
New Podcast- Training for the 800
by steve about 1 year ago

Old Man Running

http://oldmanrunning.org/

This blogger is 74 years old and just starting to get back into long distance running and sharing his experiences with us. Not only does he talk about the fitness aspect of his journey, but it’s also very inspirational as well.

Did another 2 miles
by noreply@blogger.com (Allen Leigh) about 3 years ago
Ran/walked 2 miles
by noreply@blogger.com (Allen Leigh) about 3 years ago