Looking for the rest running blogs to inspire you during your daily jogs?
In this post, we have gathered 32 running blogs to motivate and inspire your running adventure. If you are looking for running tips, what better way to find them than through these experts?
Let’s get to it!
1. Science of Running
Science of Running is run by Steve Magness, a performance coach, author, and lecturer. He currently coaches around 20 professional runners, and is the head coach of the cross country team at the University of Houston. Magness is a former Olympic coach who has turned protégés into world champions.
This informational blog of his takes your running game to the next level. Magness offers elite coaching to help people achieve their goals. He provides consultations, mentoring, and one-on-one coaching for those who are interested. If you visit his blog, you will find an overview of the services he offers.
My Favorite Article: Why Running shoes do not work: Looking at Pronation, Cushioning, Motion Control and Barefoot running
2. Hungry Runner Girl
If you visit her blog, you will find that it is an easy read and readily approachable.
Hungry Runner Girl is one of the most popular running blogs for women. It is the personal blog of Janae, and covers topics such as her running experiences, life as a single mom, and favorite workouts and recipes. She also has a special corner called “Friend to Friend” where she gives advice to those who have emailed her regarding different topics.
My Favorite Article: Running Things I Must Tell You + Our Day!
3. Dr. Nick’s Running Blog
Dr. Nicholas Campitelli is a podiatrist who specializes in foot and ankle surgery, and who is passionate about running and helping other runners. If you are looking for someone who has extensive knowledge in sports medicine, Dr. Nick is the guy and his blog is the place to be.
This blog aims to provide the latest and most comprehensive information on running and training for endurance sports activities. If you do not have enough time to visit a doctor or want to consult with Dr. Nick but find that his office too far away, you can connect with him by commenting on his blog.
My Favorite Article: Two year long case study demonstrating an increase in arch height from running in minimalist shoes
4. Lazy Girl Running
Lazy Girl Running is the blog of Laura Fountain, a personal trainer, running coach, marathon runner, and writer. She is a UK Athletics Coach in running fitness and also a freelance journalist who specializes in women’s health. She has also written two books: “The Lazy Runner” and “Tricurious.”
Laura made this blog to share everything she knows about running. She offers to coach, facilitate running groups, and provide training guides.
My Favorite Article: Slowing down to run faster
5. Run to the Finish
Run to the Finish by Amanda Brooks is the blog to check if you are a newbie in the running scene. She will guide you all the way to the finish line (and beyond). According to Brooks, Run to the Finish was created to support those who are having a hard time with their running exercise regimen.
Amanda offers coaching, training, and other services, such as a connection to a running community. She also provides a list of foods and recipes that runners can use to build their stamina.
My Favorite Article: 5 Minute Dynamic Stretching Warm Up to Improve Runs
6. The Runner Dad
The Runner Dad aims to help every dad thrive as a superhero, handling family, work, and running all at the same time. This blog provides tips and tricks for fitness, time management, and parenting.
My Favorite Article: Tips on Surviving an Ice Bath
Runblogger was originally a personal blog of Peter Larson where he talked about various topics, including many that were not related to running. Eventually, he became hooked on the sport, and slowly transitioned to writing predominantly about running and other related topics.
If you are looking for the best running shoes, you may find them here. Larson is obsessed with running shoes and running form.
My Favorite Article: Heel-Toe Drop or Offset: What Does it Mean in a Running Shoe?
8. The Ginger Runner
Ethan “The Ginger” Newberry is the man behind this blog full of passion and art. He is a filmmaker, composer, art and motion graphics director, and runner. He gets help running the blog from his wife Kim “Mile Long Legs” Newberry, who is a social media expert and ultrarunner.
The blog’s major purpose is to inspire people to run and to educate them about endurance sports (mainly distance running). Ethan says that his goal is to prove that anyone can do it, and it’s just a matter of taking that leap of faith to discover that you can do it. What is most special about this blog is that Ethan and Kim combine art and sports into one single platform, presenting running and filmmaking in the same space.
My Favorite Article: WHERE DREAMS GO TO DIE – Gary Robbins and The Barkley Marathons
9. Ali On The Run
Ali Feller is a runner, blogger, and podcast host. But most importantly, she is a proud mom and wife. She first created her blog in 2010 to reach out to like-minded people within her Manhattan hometown. Originally, the blog focused on running, but as the years went by, Ali started including alternative sports like yoga, spinning, and other workouts.
This blog is a very personal one. Ali shares not just her running adventures, but also almost everything that is happening in her life. She aims to inspire people (particularly those who are hindered by illness) to become passionate about running.
My Favorite Podcast Episode: Ali on the Run Show Episode 64: Professional Marathoner Des LindenAli On The Run
10. Shut Up and Run
Beth Risdon believes that running is mind over matter—don’t make excuses, just do it. In her blog, she shares her personal mantra: “Don’t let fear hold you down. That’s a big time waster. Actually, it’s a big life waster.”
Shut Up and Run is a collection of various posts about Risdon’s running adventures. What makes it rather special is the way she writes, which is very humorous. She also reviews running gear and products.
My Favorite Article: How To Not Crap Yourself On the Run
11. DC Rainmaker
Ray Maker is a triathlete who loves running, biking, and swimming. He stopped running for about 10 years when joined the tech world, but he eventually came back to it when he realized that he wanted to make running and blogging his profession.
DC Rainmaker offers a lot of things: product reviews, buyers’ guides, how-to guides and tips, race reports, travel posts, and a lot more. If you want to stay up to date about running, this blog can help you.
My Favorite Article: Strava cuts off Relive: Here’s what actually happened
12. Fannetastic Food
Anne Mauney is a registered dietitian, a marathoner, and a healthy lifestyle enthusiast. She is also a nutrition counselor who offers an approach called Intuitive Eating.
Her blog is a combination of her daily experiences, healthy ingredients, running and fitness, and motherhood adventures. Most of the content, however, is about food and nutrition to help readers discover the right kind of food for them.
My Favorite Article: Easy No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars
13. A Trail Runner’s Blog
Scott Dunlap is a technology expert who is fond of triathlons and trail running. A Trail Runner’s Blog is the diary of a runner that can provide you with inspiration. It consists of all of Scott’s experiences, from the very first time he ran to becoming one of the pillars of the trail running community.
My Favorite Article: My World Record(s) Run at the 2019 Berlin Marathon (It’s All About The Lederhosen)
14. Taking the Long Way Home
Wendy was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, but that didn’t keep her from running. In fact, it made her more determined and stronger than ever. She is also a yoga, cycling, strength training, kayaking, and waterskiing enthusiast.
Taking the Long Way Home is a combination of Wendy’s running adventures and race recaps. She also provides product reviews, book club guidelines, and how-to tips, particularly for those with rheumatoid arthritis.
My Favorite Article: Perseverance
15. Jeff Galloway’s Blog
Jeff Galloway is an American Olympian and lifetime runner who authored “Galloway’s Book on Running.” He is most famous for his Run Walk Run Method, which he started in 1974. As stated in his blog, over a million runners and walkers have already tried and benefitted from this method.
Jeff does not talk too much about his running experiences in his blog. Instead, he offers various coaching alternatives, training guidelines, and medical information for runners to peruse. He also offers retreats and seminars to training groups and similar organizations.
My Favorite Article: Make Time to Revive
16. Trail Sisters
Founded by Gina Lucrezi, Trail Sisters has become one of the most popular communities for women runners out there. In addition to the blog, it also hosts and holds discussion panels, events, and other running-related activities. Lucrezi has made it her goal to engage and empower more women through trail running and outdoor exploring.
Trail Sisters offers four major services/pages: Journal, Community, Retreats, and Coaching. It also has a race calendar so you can plan out the best schedule for your trail running. If you are looking for recommended running apparel, you can also do your shopping on this blog.
My Favorite Article: So, You Pee Your Pants When Running? I Do Too!
Running-Physio started in 2012 as a blog for runners looking to treat and prevent injuries. As the years went by, it expanded to include various topics on running and exercise that cater to a wider audience. Currently, it is one of the go-to blogs of runners and therapists.
Tom Goom is the man behind this wonderful blog. One of his most notable accomplishments in the industry is his published research in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, which is about proximal hamstring tendinopathy.
My Favorite Article: Plantar Plate injury, assessment and management
18. Strength Running
Strength Running started in 2010 and is the brainchild of Jason Fitzgerald, a USA Track & Field-certified coach who also authored the books “101 Simple Ways to Be a Better Runner” and “Running for Health and Happiness.”
According to Fitzgerald, what makes Strength Running stand out is the quality of the advice he gives to the readers. The blog provides actionable, proven assistance to help people achieve the results they want.
My Favorite Article: What Are Strides? Why You Need to be Running Strides
19. Run Bulldog Run
Steve Speirs started running in the early 1980s, when he was just a teenager. He was a member of the football and rugby teams at his high school, and his purpose for running was to stay fit for these sports. Eventually, his rugby coach encouraged him to try the Barry Half Marathon, where he ended up finishing in the 30%. From there, he never stopped running.
Run Bulldog Run is a coaching-style blog. In addition to Steve’s posts about his running adventures, he also shares how he manages to stay on top of his game through various running tips and guidelines. His blog also includes race recaps, shoe reviews, motivational quotes, and a list of his favorite running stuff.
My Favorite Article: Lessons Learnt at the OSS/CIA 50 Mile Night Run
20. Wandering in a Running World
Wandering in a Running World is a personal blog from US broadcaster and writer Toni Reavis. He helped pioneer the field of running broadcasting, starting with his radio show in Boston called “Runners Digest.” He is most notable for being ESPN’s Road Race of the Month host in the 1980s and 1990s.
The blog is an extension of his work in running broadcasting. What’s exceptionally unique about this blog is that it feels like you’re reading a column in a newspaper. Reavis writes his post in a news-like format, providing you all the details you need about specific races—whether upcoming or completed.
My Favorite Article: Abdi Abdirahman Bringing Racing Back Home to Somalia
21. She Can & She Did
In 2013, Kelly Roberts went viral for taking selfies with hot guys behind her during a marathon. But she wasn’t always a runner. In fact, at first she hated running. But things changed when she gained over 75 pounds in 2009 after her brother passed away.
According to Roberts, She Can and She Did is a storytelling platform particularly dedicated to the women’s running community. Her goal is to inspire other people to feel proud of themselves by sharing with them stories from other people like them. Roberts offers training plans and coaching, too.
My Favorite Article: #WhyWeSweat
This blog is managed by Byron Powell (editor-in-chief) and Meghan Hicks (managing editor), as well as a number of columnists and contributors. Powell was once a food and drug attorney in Washington, DC, but eventually shifted to his passion, which was running.
iRunFar aims to provide its readers with the best possible information about ultrarunning and trail running. It includes a mix of race coverage, gear reviews, educational information, and editorial insights. The blog is most proud of its reader community and the quality comments you will see on each post.
My Favorite Article: Trail First Aid: Blister Prevention and Care
23. Weight Off My Shoulders
Dani Holmes-Kirk suffered a back injury and underwent a subsequent back surgery in 2011. She created this blog as a platform where she could release her thoughts and feelings and lighten the burden she was carrying around. She also hoped to help other people who were going through a rough time.
Dani admits that she grew up hating running. She gave it a shot before her back injury, but soon realized that it was simply not her game. But after the back injury, she went back to running and found happiness in it. She felt like it was therapy for her. Weight Off My Shoulders is a combination of race recaps, healthy food recipes, and Dani’s weight loss adventures.
My Favorite Article: DIY: Thanksgiving Day Cheat Sheet & Tips
24. Veggie Runners
Jayne and Bibi Rodgers are vegan marathon runners who decided to take their mother-daughter relationship to the next level by blogging and influencing. They are also brand ambassadors, entrepreneurs, and public speakers, and very passionate about staying young, fit, and healthy.
The blog is mostly about healthy recipes made by Jayne and Bibi, their running experiences, and a whole lot of parenting. They decided to include this last topic when Bibi became a parent, too. If you are looking for a running blog that has a touch of the mother-daughter bond, you should check this one out.
My Favorite Page: Recipes – Veggie Runners
25. Fat Girl Running
Mirna Valerio is a writer, teacher, and public speaker. She is also a cross country running coach and an avid trail runner. She is one of the writers for Women’s Running, a website for women who are into different types of running.
Fat Girl Running is a perfect example of a “personal” blog. Here, Mirna relates to her audience by keeping everything real. You won’t just learn about running—you’ll also learn how Mirna uses her connection with nature to achieve a more meaningful, happier life.
My Favorite Article: Zaftig Sisters, Dress Your Curves (And Then RUN)
26. Fine Fit Day
Carly Pizzani is the wonderful woman behind this blog. She is a personal trainer, a runner, a writer, and a mother. Carly is an ACSM-certified personal trainer and an RRCA-certified running coach.
Fine Fit Day focuses on providing running and workout tips to its readers. You may contact Carly through the blog if you want to avail yourself of her coaching services. She also features articles and posts from other writers that interest her.
My Favorite Article: 9 Fitness Charities to Inspire You
27. Preppy Runner
Theodora Blanchfield lost 50 pounds a few years back when she finally discovered her path to a healthy, active, and long lifestyle. She started running as a form of cardio to support her diet, and from then on she never stopped loving marathons and other races.
Preppy Runner is mostly about running and coaching. Theodora shares tips and guidelines on how to run races to the best of your ability. She also shares information about grief and how to cope up with it.
My Favorite Article: Every Workout Counts – Preppy Runner
28. Running for Real
Tina Muir is a former elite runner. She owns the Running for Real blog, and is the host of the Running for Real podcast. She stopped running in 2017 after an emotional breakdown brought about by an eating disorder. Her story went viral, and several major magazines ended up featuring it.
Running for Real was her way to get back to what was once her almost perfect life. It became a platform for her to slowly get back on her feet while re-discovering the wonders of running and staying fit.
Check out her podcast: Best Runner Podcast: Running for Real
29. Salty Running
Salty Running is managed by a team of women runners, so it should come as no surprise that the blog is dedicated to women who love to run, but who are also juggling their busy lives. The blog provides coaching and training, tips and guidelines, and the most recent news related to running.
My Favorite Article: Running the Tangents: Why Your GPS Thinks Every Race Course is Long
Coming from a family of running athletes, Jesica D’Avanza has always had her priorities straight. Her inspiration is her dad, an elite track and field athlete who has always believed in her potential as a runner.
The name of this site is a mash-up of the words “run” and “unladylike.” Jesica claims that she runs and coaches in an unladylike manner—covered in sweat and often dumping water over her head. Runladylike aims to help its readers embrace their unique abilities by following their personal journeys and rules.
My Favorite Article: 15 Common Running Mistakes to Avoid
31. I Am Running This
Kelly Caiazo believes that the best way to a healthy life is through running and plant-based eating. Caiazo is a half-marathoner, a vegan, and an environmentalist. She is also a certified plant-based nutrition expert. I Am Running This is a portrayal of Kelly’s adventures while discovering the joys of running, eating healthy, and living as a parent.
Check out her free ebook (no signup required): Form A Fitness Game Plan
32. Running Myself Together
For years, Maria Abbe has struggled with anxiety, depression, and an eating disorder. She admits that she’s still working on her anxiety and depression, but she is proud of the progress she has made. Today, she is an RRCA-certified running coach and an advocate of mental health awareness.
Running Myself Together shares Maria’s story and running adventures. She also offers her coaching services and meal planning templates for those who’d like to try them. You will also find a link to the workout journal she created called “The Imperishable Crown.”
My Favorite Article: A Trip To My Therapist’s Office
We all have stories to tell, and with these stories we can inspire others and bring out the best in them while also bringing out the best in ourselves. This what most bloggers do—they aim not just to share their stories with the world, but to influence and make a difference in other people’s lives.
We hope that the running blogs we shared above can inspire and motivate you to keep fighting for that one thing you love to do—run! Before heading out on your next run, read a post or two from one of these blogs and allow yourself to be inspired.
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