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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!


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!


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!


Marathon Rookie

http://www.marathonrookie.com/

Whether you just starting a running regiman or thinking about it, this is the site for all your go-to information when it comes to running.An enormous amount of tips and resources to help you in your quest of being a runner and to being nutritionally fit.

Feb 5, Marathon Calendar
over 3 years ago
Dec 3, Nutrition
over 3 years ago

See Dane Run

http://danerunsalot.blogspot.com/

Dane Rauschenberg is an extreme athlete, author, and speaker. You will be in awe of this runners accomplishments. He ran a certified marathon every weekend in the year 2006. Some people dream of finishing one in a lifetime. He also is a motivational speaker for running marathons and races of all distances.

Runners Against Trump (R.A.T.)
by noreply@blogger.com (Dane) over 1 year ago
Alamo Run Fest 13.1 Recap
by noreply@blogger.com (Dane) over 1 year ago

Run to Win

http://news.runtowin.com/

The author of this blog a "Marathon Maniac #2867",you qualify for this title when you run two marathons in one weekend! You read his special report, "The 3 Components of an Effective Workout," with regular tips, tricks and news by email, when you sign up for his newsletter here. Who knows, you could become the next "Marathon Maniac" !

RRCA Certified Race Director’s Distribution
by podcast@runtowin.com (Blaine Moore) about 3 years ago
RRCA Certified Coaches Distribution
by podcast@runtowin.com (Blaine Moore) about 3 years ago

Brandons Marathon

http://brandonsmarathon.com/

Brandon Wood is an opera singer and an avid runner. His site and podcast follow his adventures on the way to competing in and training for all kinds of endurance events including marathons and triathlons. You will be inspired by his drive to be the best he can be ,whether it be singing or running!

Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2015-01-18 23:35:10
by info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood) over 2 years ago
Instagram #picoftheday ironbrandonshow 2015-01-18 19:48:49
by info@ironbrandon.com (Brandon Wood) over 2 years ago


ROJ Running

http://www.rojrunning.com

It's about an active lifestyle not elite performance. A mid 20's lady, living in Ohio, who is a mid-pack runner. I enjoy both trails and roads. I've completed countless 5Ks, 21 half marathons (my favorite distance) a full marathon and 2 50Ks. My next task is to attempt a 50 miler in 2012.

Test Run with Hoka’s Conquest
by Julie @ ROJ Running over 3 years ago
The Time I Didn’t Lose 10 Pounds
by Julie @ ROJ Running over 3 years ago

Running 4 the Reason

http://running4thereason.wordpress.com

I'm running for the reason... what's the reason? Could be charity, fitness, solitude, a race, sanity, motivation, cake... every day the reason changes! What's *your* reason? I'm a stay-at-home mom of 2 kids, living in the Bay Area. After having my 2nd child in 2005, it took me 5 months to start getting back in shape. After 2.5 years of boot camp style exercise classes, I started running and racing... and haven't stopped since!

SLO Going
by Laura over 3 years ago
Today’s Reason: Respect
by Laura over 3 years ago

Earn Your Donuts

http://earnyourdonuts.blogspot.com

I ran my first 5K in 2007, and was hooked. Since then I've had a great time at races from 5K to 26.2 miles. I'm probably never going to make it to Boston, but wherever this is going, I'm trying to have some laughs along the way.

One Last Run Before the Snow
by noreply@blogger.com (Brian) over 1 year ago
Good Run? I Guess?
by noreply@blogger.com (Brian) over 1 year ago

Brian's Running Adventures

http://briansrunningadventures.blogspot.com

Over the last 11 running years I've Logged miles in some very cool places: Alabama, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Overseas at locations like Crete, Iraq, Sicily, Greenland, United Kingdom, and Qatar. I have over 40 races under my belt, including 9 half marathons, 5 full marathons, and two 24 hour Ultra Marathons.

My Blog Has Moved
by Brian over 3 years ago
Week in Review
by Brian over 3 years ago

Run Dream Achieve

http://www.rundreamachieve.com

Blog founded by 2.19 marathoner and Army Officer Nathan Pennington designed to provide distance running guidance, coaching and personal development information.

Corporate Wellness Plans For Employees And Entrepreneurs
by Nathan Pennington about 3 years ago
How To Deal With Sore Calves
by Nathan Pennington about 3 years ago

A Long Way To Boston

http://www.alongwaytoboston.com

A collection of motivational observations and personal stories I've come across while once again preparing to run "a long way to Boston."

So this is what rock bottom looks like…
by Tracy almost 2 years ago
Fall Race Schedule Announced
by Tracy almost 2 years ago

RunnersConnect

http://runnersconnect.net/blog

Our mission is to provide you with unparalleled expertise and knowledge about training and racing to help make you a smarter, fitter, and faster runner. We're fellow runners and experts in one thing only - improving your running. If you've ever started a run at 3am or run circles in a parking garage to make sure you got in your run for the day, this site is for you.

What is a Tempo Run: Understanding the 3 Types of Thresholds and How to Target Them in Your Training
by Sarah Crouch over 3 years ago
Gels, Sports Drinks and Gummies: Which is the Best Fueling Option for the Marathon
by John Davis over 3 years ago

Running Tar Heel

http://runningtarheelfan.blogspot.com

A reformed newspaper man, I am the proud dad to two sons and have been happily married for 26 years. I'm a runner who has completed 29 marathons and a big fan of sports and politics. My long suffering as a Cubs fan has been balanced by the national championships by my Tar Heels in basketball and the Stanley Cup my Hurricanes hoisted in 2006.

Giving up marathon quality for quantity
by R.L. Bynum almost 3 years ago
A run of midnight madness
by R.L. Bynum about 3 years ago

From The Couch To A Marathon

http://fromcouchtomarathon.com

A couch potato takes on the ultimate running challenge: a marathon! Follow along to read my trials (and trails), encouragement, advice and inspiration

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by admin over 3 years ago
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by admin over 3 years ago

Marathon Slob

http://marathonslob.com

Follow the journey of a former unfit slob to running the NYC Marathon!




The Road to the MCM

http://todkehrli.wordpress.com

Three years ago, I was overweight, had high blood pressure and cholesterol, and was a candidate for a heart attack. At that point, I committed to physical fitness and healthy eating. Fast forward to 2012. I'm 30+ pounds lighter. My blood pressure and cholesterol and very good and running has become a way of life. I decided in January to sign up for the Marine Corps Marathon. This blog charts my journey as I train for the MCM, along with my observations along the way.

Determined
by todkehrli almost 4 years ago
Learning To Run Again
by todkehrli almost 4 years ago

View from a Long Run

http://viewfromalongrun.blogspot.com

Running Gods preach the secret to the Long Run is going SIGNIFICANTLY slower than race pace. It's taken me a few marathons to accept the need for 'Turtle Pace.' Taking pictures during my weekly Long Run helps me to take greater notice of my surroundings and enjoy the little things...and not take the running so damn seriously!


The World Through My Shoes

http://theworldthroughmyshoes.blogspot.com

The World Through My Shoes is my look at life while running. There is always a marathon I'm training for and I look for inspiration in those around me. We all need a little motivation, especially when those miles get long.

Running Steps of 2015
by Cheri Fiorucci over 1 year ago
A Feast of Joy
by Cheri Fiorucci over 1 year ago

Chasing 42: Life, the Universe, and Running

http://chasing42.wordpress.com

For anyone familiar, the answer to every profound question in the universe is 42! This blog is my means of sharing my thoughts, training, adventures, races, and friends as I seek those answers through a love of running, and everything the comes with it along the way!

Daily Chase: Vol. 33
by @chasing42 over 1 year ago
Daily Chase: Vol. 32
by @chasing42 over 1 year ago

Run It My Way

http://www.runitmyway.blogspot.com

Run It My Way is a blog about my journey as a new(ish) runner turned marathoner-in-training (September 2012!!), running coach, blogger, triathlete wannabe, health & fitness enthusiast and lover of cute running gear! Follow my adventures on the blog!