I just started the Couch to 5k plan (starting week 3 tomorrow!) and was wondering if anyone else has a running blog - I've been writing in mine regularly since I started, and would like to find some other blogs to read. Feel free to post yours! Here's mine:
I don't post very often, but mine is www.undercover-runner.com
I wanted to start a blog about being a new (slow) runner. Running isn't easy for me and I got tired of reading blogs about people who just started running and it was automatically easy and fast.
There are many people on this forum with a running blog. Some are fast runners and some are a bit slower. I fit into the slow group. I started out with the C25K plan and have since moved on to the B210K plan. I think having a blog is a great way to stay focused on your running. Additionally, it serves as a written record of your progress.
Good luck with your running and your blog.
February 17, 2012 Abu Dhabi Terry Fox Run (8.5K) (Abu Dhabi, UAE) - 48.24
September 3, 2011: 5K Race Against the Reds (Fredericton,Canada) – 33.51
August 1, 2011: NB Day 5K (Chipman, Canada) – 36.58
I have a running blog which I started earlier this year. I usually post a couple times a week and use it as a journal to document my thoughts about my runs. I have been a "5 weeks to 5k runner" and am working to be a "good" runner after a long period of inactivity. I have come a long way, but still have much further to go.
I hope that, by doing the blog, I will keep myself motivated. I hope that my few visitors might gain something from my experiences. There are a few running blogs that I visit regularly and I enjoy seeing what others are doing, how they do it, their joys and frustrations, etc.
My blog is a thttp://clippinalong.blogspot.com .
"Whether You Think You Can or Can't, You're Right"-- Henry Ford
Upcoming races: Super 5k 2/3/13
Select Recent Results: Brooksie Way Half Marathon - 1:49:09 (Half Marathon PR), Open Door Julie Run 5k - 22:16 (2nd place age group, PR)
Check out my Running Blog: http://clippinalong.blogspot.com .