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Blogs about Running

11 blogs about Running.

  1. best part of the day
    By pb. 🇬🇧 More info

    blue monday
    17th JuneFollowing on from the musical theme established here 6 days ago, (ruby tuesday) I thought Blue Monday was a suitable title for this, a repeat of the same route, and the first appearance of …
    By pb, 2,457 words
  2. blog7t
    parkrun venue guides. 🇬🇧 More info

    Plant-based Pies
    I've always loved pastry and pies and here are the vegan and vegetarian ones I have tried so far. In general I find them to mostly be fairly decent.Pukka: Vegan Minced beef and onion - …
    By copy7t, 241 words
  3. DC Rainmaker | Blog
    I’m just a triathlete and runner like you: I run, I bike, and I do something resembling swimming. And at the end of the day…I blog about it. 🇺🇸 More info

    FIT File: Apple WWDC WatchOS 11 New Features Deep Dive & Discussion
     For those not subscribed to the FIT File (it’s free!) via your regular podcast app or on YouTube, here’s a quick post with the highlights from the most recent episode. In this episode, we …
    By DC Rainmaker, 136 words
  4. Go Feet
    A blog about running, its history and culture. 🇬🇧 More info

    Glen River parkrun, Cork city
    Ongoing injuries have forced me to really cut down on my running but on a recent trip to Cork city for a family wedding I could not resist checking out a local parkrun. Cork has …
    By Neil Gordon-Orr, 359 words
  5. Lazy Girl Running – Blog
    By Laura Fountain. 🇬🇧 More info

    Making space to work out at home
    Making space to work out at home When we moved to out house almost two years ago from one one-bed London flat, I was really excited to have more space to do some home workouts. …
    By Lazy Girl Running, 628 words
  6. lives; running
    By David Renton. 🇬🇧 More info

    Provisional Measures: Three reasons for delight & one point of caution
    “The court concludes that the conditions are met” The decision of the ICJ to impose provisional measures is a vindication for everyone who spoke out against the war – for the Palestinians of course and …
    By lives; running, 67 words
  7. Once Upon a Time in the Vest
    A blog for athletes and fans of 20th century Track and Field culled from articles in sports journals of the day, original articles, book reviews, and commentaries from readers. By George Brose, Roy Mason. 🇨🇦 🇺🇸 More info

    V 14 N. 33 Bob Schul, A Champion of Champions R.I.P.
    June 17, 2024 Bob Schul (September 28, 1937 - June 16, 2024)News came this morning that Bob Schul passed away yesterday at his nursing home in Middletown, Ohio. Bob as anyone who reads this blog …
    1,725 words
  8. Run161
    Everything you need to know on how to start running. Training advice about how to run faster. Free training plans, shoe reviews and more. By Lars-Christian Simonsen. More info

    The Goldilocks principle and AI coaching
    Good morning, I’ve been thinking about the “Goldilocks principle” lately. You know, how the correct amount of something is great for you, but too little or too much does nothing, or even ends up hurting …
    By Lars-Christian Simonsen, 1,153 words
  9. runswiththedug
    Views from the back of the pack. 🇬🇧 More info

    Cape Wrath Ultra – Explorer version
    I decided back in 2019 that I wanted to do the Cape Wrath Ultra and was scheduled to volunteer for the 2020 race to earn credits for money off the next one. Well, we all …
    By A hill runner in Scotland, 5,366 words
    About endurance sports, habit changing experiments, self-improvement, tech stuff, and general observations. By Tim Teege. 🇩🇪 More info

    Bookshelf Addition: The Power of Now by Eckart Tolle
    🚀 The Book in 3 Sentences Since the present moment is all we ever get to experience as human beings, we should attach more significance to it and think less about the past and worry …
    By Teesche | Tim Teege, 3,592 words
  11. Trail Running for Life
    Trail running to explore the unbeaten path. By Sean Duffy. 🇬🇧 More info

    UTS 100k – Ultra-Trail Snowdonia Eryri
    I booked UTS 100k soon after running the UTS 50 event last year. The mountaineous terrain in Eryri is very challenging, and the race promises a ‘brutal but beautiful’ experience. Both of those claims were …
    By Sean, 3,690 words