We here at The Run Experience are first-hand witnesses to the positive power of community, so we’re sharing some of our favorite running blogs with you. We love their content, and hope they will bring some new ideas and inspiration to keep you moving and motivated!
Toni Reavis is a broadcast journalist who has had his finger on the pulse of running since the 1970s! His insightful commentary on big races and big athletes in the sport are sure to draw you in. You’ll also learn a thing or two from his coverage of high profile events.
Running Shoes Guru is exactly what he sounds like. With reviews, buying guides, and even a shoe finder, this site will point you to all the best running gear suited for you! In addition, be sure to check out the Training section for posts on all things running – technique, mobility, strength, recovery, and more!
Kelly Roberts uses humor, selfies, and running to kick some ass! Her personal transformation from run hater to marathoner, and vocal advocate for health, will keep you smiling. And you might even decide you have time for a selfie or two along the course.
Ethan Newberry is another humorist out to inspire the masses to take on endurance running. He invites a bunch of great runners and gear heads to record videos and share their wisdom on everything from shoes to race reviews.
A podiatrist and avid runner, Dr. Nick incorporates easy-to-understand research into his short, digestible essays on the latest in running science and gear. Give it a read to help with injury prevention and gear selection!
Laura Fountain, a UK-based running coach, wants us to learn to enjoy running. She focuses on the physical as well as the mental components required to feel good during your runs. She’s also got some great race training plans to check out as well!
Editor Bryon Powell and the rest of his team bring you comprehensive news on ultra running and trail running. Gear reviews, race news, and a big community of readers who leave helpful comments on articles will keep you up to date on the latest in the sport.
Anne is a registered dietician, and her blog features healthy eating and recipes along with a mix of race recaps and exercise tips. Who better to keep you fueled for your next long run than a marathoner with tons of ideas for your kitchen?
Pavement Runner doesn’t just pound the pavement. You can find reviews of his races all over the place, including ultra trail races. His site is great for gear reviews and race reviews. He also features some nice give-aways, so check in once in a while and you might get lucky and grab yourself some free gadgets!
Follow Scott Dunlap down a trail and over the finish line with his race reviews. This blog also provides ultra community news and triathlon info. Even if you’re not a triathlete, this blog is sure to inspire you to mix up your cross-training!
Janae’s blog is like swapping stories with your best friend…who runs, tells you about all her good and bad races, and lets you in on the big secrets of life. Come for the running tips, stay for the stories!
Amanda Brooks has years of running experience. She brings together her research and trial and errors so you can benefit from her experience. We love the blog for its witty blend of running advice and real-life stories!
Steve Magness teaches you about running at the elite level, and shows you what training olympians requires. Both physical and mental technique are highlighted in this informational blog.
Thomas is an Irish runner who provides down-to-earth advice and practical tips for running, all with a proven track record of experience. Read through his race reviews and you will find yourself dreaming of vacation runs on the beautiful Emerald Isle!
Dani is a blogger out of the Boston area, who is a runner and a Weight Watcher’s vet. Her journey of transformation and continued fitness through smart eating and running will connect with many a runner who started out with a goal of health in mind.
Jayne and Bibi Rodgers are a UK mother/daughter team who have your recipe for endurance on a vegetarian or vegan diet. Find fitness tips, running info, and great vegan recipes to keep you moving over the long haul.
Mirna Valerio mostly posts over on Women’s Running under the moniker “Fat Girl Running” (check out those posts here), but her original posts are great for some inspiration. This girl has heart, brains, and determination, proving to all of us that if you want to put one foot in front of the other and pursue a dream, then you just go do it!
Tom Denniss is an adventure runner and charity fund raiser based in Australia. His blog chronicles his circumnavigation of the globe on foot. Read about his original fundraising feat, and see what current good he’s trying to create in the world with every step.
Blogger Wendy is running with Rheumatoid Arthritis and shares her personal experiences. She blogs about races, and offers up a great selection of titles in the book club corner of her site. We love this blog for the book ideas, the information on rheumatoid arthritis, and the race ideas!
Carly is a fitness trainer and RRCA-certified running coach, with a blog that includes guest posts from others in the know about running and nutrition. Come away from reading her posts empowered and ready to try something new.
You’ve likely heard of the sports-giant Under Armour, and many of you use their Map My Fitness app to track your adventures. But did you know they also have a blog on their website? A variety of contributors will keep you coming back for the latest and greatest in running!
The Runner Dad is that word of encouragement out there reminding us that to be the best parent for our family, we need to make fitness a priority and be our best selves. Taking on the idea that we are “too busy to be fit,” his advice will remind you to get out there and model the behavior we want our kids to learn!
You have seen endurance runner Dean Karnazes’ name on the front of best selling books and at the top slots of race results. He contributes to the Runner’s World website with musings on running, life, and training. His work will get you dreaming big, as his runs take him to epic places.
Theodora is a New York writer who shares her experience in weight loss and maintenance, along with her escapades in running. Her latest race is a return to the New York City marathon. Her wit and truth are the fun features on this one!
Gina created Trail sisters, and their mission statement says it all: “Building a community of women, inspiring others to lead healthy lifestyles while adventuring outdoors and protecting earth’s playgrounds.” Giving voice to women in sport, as well as advice and gear reviews, this one is not to be missed, and has content that applies to men and women alike.