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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 over 1 year ago
Pilates Exercise
by Fitfirst 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) about 4 years ago

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.


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) over 3 years ago
9 Myths About Runners
by noreply@blogger.com (ShutUpandRun) over 3 years ago

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
over 3 years ago
Monday Motivation Tip: Think About Your Post-Run Self
over 3 years 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 almost 4 years ago
Running Form: Distilled (Parts 3a, 3b, 3c, and 4) By Christopher Drozd
by Ken Schafer almost 4 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 over 1 year ago
New Podcast- Training for the 800
by steve over 1 year ago

Run Eat Repeat

http://runeatrepeat.com/

Weight loss was the motivator for starting a running regimen. Weight loss is a priority to her, but so is health and happiness. She read a book about "Intuitive eating" and swears by it. You can find a section on her site listing the ten Intuitive eating habits to help in weight loss. And of course you will find many running resources and stories to help inspire you!

When You’re LAST To Start the Phoenix Marathon (Results and Recap)
by runeatrepeat over 1 year ago
Easiest Curry Recipe But Not Really a Recipe
by runeatrepeat over 1 year ago

RunnerDude

http://ncrunnerdude.blogspot.com/

The Runner Dude blogger wants to motivate and inspire you to get fit. He runs marathons and fitness centers. This site is packed with resources to help you get in tip top running shape. Happy running!

Five Ways to Stay Motivated During the Winter
by noreply@blogger.com (RunnerDude) over 1 year ago
Endorphin Warrior Prize Drawing!
by noreply@blogger.com (RunnerDude) over 1 year ago

Strength Running

http://strengthrunning.com/

His name is Jason Fitzgerald but he goes by Fitz. He is fascinated with designing the ultimate training programs that will make runners fast, healthy, and in the best shape of their lives. He also is the author of the workout guide,"52 Workouts, 52 Weeks, One Faster Runner", and offers a wealth of resources to help you get in tip top shape for the running experience of your life.

How long should my long run be relative to my weekly mileage?
by Jason Fitzgerald over 1 year ago
Confessions of a Pre-Dawn Runner (and how to make running in the morning work for you)
by Christine over 1 year ago

For Beginners Only

http://beginners.runnersworld.com/

No question is too small when it comes to beginning a running routine. Susan Paul will answer your questions along with giving tips and guidance for the amateur runner. This blog has many great sections on it from injury prevention to nutrition and weight loss, you will find answers to all your questions.


Tall Mom on the Run

http://www.tallmomontherun.com/

Life is busy and with a hectic schedule this blogger has found an outlet in running. She is an accomplished racer and you will follow her in her quest to be the best in all she does.

Stick and Stones . . .
by noreply@blogger.com (Mel -Tall Mom on the Run) over 3 years ago
Tall Mom Catching up
by noreply@blogger.com (Mel -Tall Mom on the Run) over 3 years ago

Complete Running Network

http://completerunning.com/

Complete Running Network is your one stop for everything to do with running. You will find tips, gear reviews and inspiration flowing on every page. So grab your running shoes and head for the finish line!

Retail Therapy: The Grip V
by Runner Susan almost 4 years ago

The Radiology Blog

http://www.theradiologyblog.com/

The latest on education in radiology as it takes place in America is this blog's fodder. Learn about great institutions and what makes a great radiology expert.

What Role Does CT Play in Screening for Lung Cancer?
by minava over 3 years ago

Running and Rambling

http://www.runningandrambling.com

This site is loaded with a ton of running information. Everything related to trail running: race reports, gear reviews, photo tours, general training discussions, and alittle bit about nothing in particular.


Natural Dog Blog

http://www.naturaldogblog.com/

This blog argues that the best brand of canine training is inobtrusive and all-natural. Bring more tenderness to your dog's instruction with this site.

Dog Training – It’s All About the Relationship
by Neil over 2 years ago
It’s All About the Relationship
by Neil over 2 years ago

The Dog Training Secret

http://www.thedogtrainingsecret.com/blog/

This obedience blog focuses on revealing key tips and ideas that will give your dog that extra attentive flair. Novice owners would be wise to read this often.

Train the Dog You Have; Not the Dog You Want
by Minette over 1 year ago
The 2 Main Things that are Ruining Your Potty Training
by Minette over 1 year ago


K-9 Solutions

http://k-9solutionsdogtraininginc.blogspot.com/

This blog's writer takes a respectful jab at the Dog Whisperer; she doesn't whisper but rather meets canines at their level. Those who want authenticity in their training, look no further.

Saying goodbye
by Marie about 3 years ago

Susan Garrett

http://susangarrettdogagility.com/

Agility training is one of the most popular yet highest-level forms of dog training around. Blogger Susan lets you in on the source of all the hype.

Junior Handling Reporting on Puppy Peaks Training Month 5
by Susan over 3 years ago
How Are On Line Classes Like An iPhone?
by Susan over 3 years ago

Diva Dog Training

http://divadogtraining.com/blog/

Many owners believe that obedience issues lie with the dog. This blog gently informs them that the problem, in fact, likely lies in their own errors and faults.

Rescue Sweet Rescue
by cholive7 over 3 years ago
Yorkie Nanny
by cholive7 over 3 years ago

Dog Training Classroom

http://www.dogtrainingclassroom.com/

Just as you had a formal place where you could learn effectively, your dog deserves an environment of equal warmth to learn best. This blog helps you make that space.