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Anyone blogging their efforts

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19/04/2011 at 16:27
Hello!
I do a blog- http://runningcupcake.co.uk
At the moment I am training for the Stockholm marathon- anyone else doing it?
I am getting pretty nervous as the day is getting closer now!
20/04/2011 at 06:57
Huh! Some of you have no staying power. Mine is 10 years old this year. So there.

http://runningcommentary.net/

Edited: 20/04/2011 at 06:58
20/04/2011 at 17:52
Ooh, might as well jump on the bandwagon! I started a blog about a month or so ago - I'm living in Saigon in Vietnam at the moment, and running is a bit crap, so I started it to make me look forward to going out and doing the same boring, sweaty loop again and again. Seems to be going well so far, as I've signed up for a half in June in Kuala Lumpur.

I've enjoyed reading some of the blogs posted, have followed a few. I've no-one to run with here, so it's a nice substitute

Lou
21/12/2011 at 10:08

I'm about three months into running and I’m posting my progress on my blog (http://blog.peterfisher.me.uk/category/running/).  Still running sub 3 miles at the moment but working more on pace and breathing.

I'm also a web developer and my blog holds some of my work and opinions on web development

26/04/2013 at 10:59
Read all about it : www.theroad.be
Edited: 26/04/2013 at 11:00
26/04/2013 at 13:00

Great reading some of the blogs on here.

Mine is http://herbifit.wordpress.com/ where I blog about my twin passions of running and veganism

14/05/2013 at 21:04

I had so much resistance (and Tourette's) to running that I had to start a new blog just to have somewhere to pour it all!  It's an anti-motivational blog and working so far  Hope to see you there.  http://totallyunfit.blogspot.com/  and http://www.facebook.com/groups/totallyunfit/

17/05/2013 at 12:00
22/06/2013 at 21:30

I have decided to try to get into triathlon. I am so utterly hopeless, that I've decided to keep a blog, in order to laugh at myself.

If anyone wants to hear of tales of drowning, then this is the blog for you. It's pretty basic at the mo, but I'll pimp it as I go!

www.letstriblog.blogspot.com

23/06/2013 at 14:30
Why does it have to be a blog. Just write about yourself in your own journal.

A good blog has to be interesting, original and have literary merit, a journal written for an audience of one requires none of these. That way you'll have one sure fire devotee.
23/06/2013 at 15:55

Just thought I'd share mine - it's largley focused on training for my first marathon later this year.  I try to keep "I've run x amount of miles today" or "run amount of times this week" off there and focus more on race reports in the build up to my 'A' race.

Plus there's lots of embarassing race pics - everyone likes a good laugh at those 

www.tinyrunner85.wordpress.com

 

27/08/2013 at 13:29

Some Great tips here. I've just started my blog in a bid to motivate others running their first marathon, like me! Fingers crossed someone somewhere will benefit poundingpavements.com

27/08/2013 at 14:33

I've just started my blog on my experiences with barefoot running. Hoping to upload evidence, advice and reviews of kit on a weekly basis as well as a few of my training plans. I would really appreciate anyone giving it a look and any feedback, positive or negative. It's certainly far from complete at the moment but I think I've made a decent start:

www.barefootrunnerdiary.co.uk

 

Thanks

30/08/2013 at 21:18

Hey nice blogs everyone!

My blog with a triathlon slant including my 2:55 London marathon this year and 11:37 Outlaw which may be of interest can be found at 

http://totriornottotri.com 

To Tri or Not to Tri... for those who think it looks a mess!

30/08/2013 at 23:04

Been hard at it:-

http://twobeergeeks.blogspot.co.uk/

We get lots of hits. Anyone know the craic with making some cash from blogging?


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