Friday Five: Five Running Bloggers to Follow
It’s FRIYAY! The sun is gradually getting warmer in New Hampshire although I still have a ton of snow left to melt at my house. Amazingly I am finally back in my running groove. I had lost my running mojo for awhile but am finally back on track with training for a half marathon.
It feels so good to be happy on the run again. Maybe it’s the warmer weather that is making me happier to run but I will take it! My miles are starting to add up and I am starting to feel a little bit of speed returning back to my legs. I am just happy to be running more and want to celebrate that today by sharing 5 of my favorite running blogs with you.
5 Running Blogs You Should Read
Fueled by LOLZ Holly is a former competitive swimmer turned speedy runner. She picked up cross country in college and fell in love. She shares the tales of her racing and running. She loves running shorter distances but has also run marathons and ultra runs too. Follow her blog and feel inspired!
Run Far Girl Not only is Sarah a runner but she is also the founder of Rise. Run. Retreat., a fantastic running retreat for women where women gather to run, share their stories and to be inspired by the great speakers Sarah has arranged such as Elite runner Steph Rothstein Bruce and functional Nutrionists. Sarah shares her journey of becoming a runner, recovering from an eating disorder and even her tales of running on the U.S. Snowshoe running team. Sarah’s latest venture are her inspiring interviews on IGTV-Showing UP.
Happy Fit Mama Angela is a runner and mom of twins. She is also a Certified Clinical Exercise Physiologist and RRCA Running Coach. Angela inspires with her tales from the run . . . she is currently training for the Mt. Washington Road Race and the Loon Mountain Race. She also shares fantastic recipes and great tips for runners.
Vita Train 4 Life Allie is a runner and triathlete and a twin mom too! She is always on the move training for one race or another. Her training updates will motivate you to get out and get moving and she is hysterically funny. When she is not running or training for tri in the winter you might find her snowboarding in the mountains of Vermont.
Crystal Seaver Crystal is an ultra runner and fitness professional who blogs at Muscles and Miles. You can also find her sharing workouts on her Instagram. Crystal will motivate you with her strength and determination as she shares her journey with racing and all of her fitness routines.