Marathon Earth Challenge: A World Record on the Line and the Runkeeper App in His Pocket
“This story, driven by the Runkeeper app, is a testament to the power of persistence.”
Activity Started: Audio Cues in the Runkeeper App
If you're a runner who loves getting their stats read out to them, we suggest playing with our audio cue voices to keep things fun.
Start Running When You’re Overweight: A Beginner’s Guide
If you’re overweight and want to get into running—here are some guidelines, including what’s considered safe, where to start, and how to be realistic.
Mickey is a runner. At 68 years old, 5’1”, and with a slight build, other younger, taller runners often tower over her. They frequently zoom past her as she keeps her slower pace while alternating between running and walking. Other runners don’t know she suffers from Parkinson’s Disease and osteoporosis. They may see her leg […]
Running Mantras and Why They Work
Running mantras might be the secret to training success. Here’s how to find yours.
10 Ways to Find Gratitude in Daily Life
I’m happier when I can find gratitude. It helps to shift my focus to what’s important and gain a new perspective. I’m prone to looking to the future and sometimes need to remind myself to enjoy the process. I can look forward to what’s to come, but I can’t get there if I’m not paying […]
Running and Postpartum Depression – Laura Norris’ Journey
How running rescued Laura Norris from her postpartum depression and anxiety.
Make Running More Fun By Varying Your Route
Generally speaking, most runners run because they enjoy it! But even the most motivated runner will get tired of the same 5-mile route day after day. Why? You may ask. Running is a very repetitive activity. In addition, a majority of your training runs are easy-paced miles. The combination of these two can make running […]
Forging Resiliency in Challenging Times
Every challenge you face in running, or life, is an opportunity to build resiliency.