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LogYourRun.com has similar features as coolrunning (including free shoetracker). They even allow coolrunning data import. My main complaints with active.com's log is the lack of ability to create routes and that there aren't fields for avg & max HR.
I had trouble with the import, since my version of Excel isn't supported, but I'll just print it out for now..
But logyourrun doesn't seem to do cross-training or export data (for next round of similar drama).
I have posted on other threads that I have produced an importer for your coolrunning running log. www.running2win.com is the site and I believe you will find it easy and very flexible. My suggestion is to create an account, email me your log (email@example.com) with your r2w user name and after the import you can decide to stay or try another site.
I'm sorry to hear about what happened here but the members that have sent me their coolrunning log have been very happy with the import and how the site works... Hope to see you there.
It does allow for crosstraining. The data export feature is on the review page. It's the green "X" on the right.
www.runningahead.com is so good that Runner's World licensed their log earlier this year. Does everything you can dream of, and all for free.
+1 for runningAHEAD.com
Eric, the admin at RunningAHEAD.com seems to be very flexible and cool.
Plus RunningAHEAD.com has an export feature like Cool Running did. I want to retain the ability to export my log at any time and avoid site lock-in.
Yes, I concur. I just e-mailed my log to runningahead.com.
I just got my log uploaded at RunningAHEAD.com and it looks really nice. The shoe tracking is stellar, the graphs are solid, the UI is clean. All of my data are there (unlike here at Active which toasted a number of my custom workout types).
Best feature though...
It has EXPORT capability so I can export my log at any time and take it with me for months and years to come!!!