15 Best Running Blogs For Women

If you love to run, you’ll definitely want to check out the running blogs for women listed below. These are incredible sites that are run by women that know what it takes to face the challenges of running on a regular basis. Here is the list ranked by popularity:

The Hungry Runner Girl

This blog is run by Janae and documents her personal experiences with family, food, fun, fitness and most of all running. It’s a great site that really provides an inside look at her personal challenges and how she overcomes them. Motivating and inspiring, this is a great running blog! (@hungryrunnergrl )

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Healthy Tipping Point

Caitlin Boyle is 28 years old and has written 3 books about living life to the fullest by maintaining balance and health. She shares some fantastic running tips and healthy recipes on her blog that you won’t want to miss. (@CaitlinHTP )

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Fannetastic food

Anne is a registered dietitian that is passionate about all things running-related. Learn how to incorporate healthy eating into your running routine with great advice from an online nutrition counselor as she makes her way to the finish line. (@fANNEtasticfood )

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RUN To The Finish 

Amanda C. Brooks created this blog to share her story, provide running tips and keep other runners motivated. She’s contributed to other sites including, and This blog is fun to read and will relate well with any female runner! (@RunToTheFinish )


Meals and Miles

Join a blogger that found her inspiration from other running blogs and as a result decided to give back in return. She’ll show you how she balances her life of running together with a job. This is a must-read for anyone that sits at a desk all day and breaks into a run at night! (@MealsAndMiles )

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Shut Up & Run

Drop all the excuses and just shut up and run! Beth gets down to the truth of running and doesn’t believe in holding anything back. She’ll show you how to stop thinking about running and how to get into action instead.(@ShutUpRun )

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Ali On The Run

Follow along with Ali as she reaches her goals while dealing with Crohn’s disease. You’ll definitely get a lot of motivation from this blog from a woman that eats what she wants and doesn’t punish yourself for eating what she likes. (@AliOnTheRun1 )

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Mile Posts 

Dorothy is a running mother of three that runs a few blogs and owns a small business. She was the cover model on the November/December 2012 issue of Women’s Running Magazine. She offers a variety of interesting posts and as an avid marathoner you’ll love to keep up to date with her successes. (@MilePosts )

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Running With Perseverance

Find out what it’s like being an attorney and a runner through Coco’s personal journey. She’s a 40-something runner who believes in eating chocolate on a daily basis. Find out how she does it at her running blog. (@Got2Run4Me )

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My Neon Running Shoes

Enjoy the insights of a 25-year-old runner that has battled an eating disorder. Elizabeth tells of her dedication to health and wellness, her family and her spirituality through her inspirational blog posts. (@myneonruninshoe )

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Sweat Once a Day

This is one of the best running blogs we’ve seen when it comes to accountability. Emily keeps track of her races on a special part of her blog so you can see her future goals. This way, you won’t have to search through a bunch of blog posts to find out what her next training is for. (@emilysweats )

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Eat Pray Run, DC 

Courtney lives in DC and is committed to blogging about the things that she considers to be the most important including her running, Jesus, food and wine. She’ll write about anything so that you can see her random thoughts and stay motivated at the same time. (@EatPrayRunDC )

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Chic Runner

This is a blog that adds a lot of depth to the sport of running. Danica has come to realize that the time or place you achieve in the race isn’t as important as the journey that you take to make it to the finish line. (@chicrunner )

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The Runner beans

Look through this blog to see exciting reviews of products that runners may find helpful and for healthy recipes. Charlie will show you how she stays on pace to a healthier lifestyle and will show you the training and workouts she uses to stay in shape and balanced. (@charliedwatson )

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Lazy girl Running 

This is a fantastic blog for anyone that desperately needs more motivation to get up on their feet and run. Laura will inspire you to take your first steps and concentrates a lot of her energy on inspiring others. (@lazygirlrunning )


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