Keep track of your training with a running blog

Why you should start a running training blog

Here we show you how to keep track of your training with a running blog. We'll tell you what a running blog is, how they work and how you can start your own running blog today.

What is a running blog?

Blogs are online logs or diaries that enable you to record any aspect of your training; your times, routes or training techniques. All this information builds a picture of how your training is progressing as well as pinpointing any areas of weakness. Check out these great running blogs to find out more.

But, if you want to keep your blog straightforward, you can. You can use your blog to record simply how you feel during your sessions; good days, bad days or even the best post-workout treat you have discovered. That is the beauty of the blog – it’s up to you.

Another plus is the boost a blog can give you when your motivation is rock bottom and you need a kick-start to get out and complete a session – as the last thing you want is a gap in your blog showing you skived off.

So, if you are interested in starting a blog, then look no further – realbuzz have running training blogs that users can set-up free of charge and are easy to use. To give you an insight, the realbuzz running training blogs have the following features:

Add your photos & videos

This facility allows you to add images  and video clips of yourself, your training routes, kit or whatever you like, to share with others.

Running community

All you blog entries (if you wish) can be read by other bloggers who are able to comment and offer advice about what you have written or any comments you have posed. Plus, you can do the same for them. Comments received can really help with your motivation and keep your training on track.


Although other bloggers can add comments to every blog entry, don’t worry you can delete the ones you don't appreciate – you are in charge of what appears on your blog.


You can keep blog posts private if you intend them to be 'for your eyes only'.


This feature is optional and automatically informs your subscribers when you add a new entry to your blog.

Easy to use

Once you've used the site to get a feel for things, it's only a matter of a few clicks and a little typing to get your blog updated.

Why not give blogging a go?

Each entry you make to your blog should be one step nearer to your goal, so keep track of your training and start a running training blog today.

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