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Find Running Routes and Map Your Own by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Nov 2009 10:00pm For the last couple years I’ve been using Mapmyrun.com to create maps of my running routes. This has been particularly helpful when traveling because where I typically have no idea how far I’ve run. Mapmyrun is a pretty good website, but a few things have always annoyed me. Problems with Map My Run First, there are too many annoying pop- ... Read on »
Favorite NYC Running Route by A Healthy, Happier Bear Facebook Posted Sun 05 May 2013 10:45am There is no denying that New York City is beautiful in the Spring! Tulips abound throughout the cities small parks, fresh air beckons people of all ages outside, sunshine and blue skies tend to outnumber the gray days, and the cooler temperatures allow people to run anytime during the day! Yesterday Katie and I took advantage of the go ... Read on »
How To: Find Local Running Routes With Your Garmin by anotorias Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:00am (And Why Can’t You “CONNECT” on Garmin Connect?) If you’re a relatively new Garmin Forerunner user or have yet to experience the full effect of Garmin Connect ( http://connect.garmin.com ), this will blow your mind: Aside from some cool analytics features for pace, time splits, max/min speed and elev ... Read on »
Best NYC Running Routes! by Melissa Posted Tue 07 Sep 2010 12:00am One of the main things that gets me through long runsand keeps me running in generalis great running routes.  Routes I am excited to run and conquer! Ashley and Meghann’s run definitely inspired me this weekend. I always love runs that involve but are not limited to, parks, bridges, and waterfronts. This morning I went for the clas ... Read on »
Afterhours: Night Running Routes in Los Angeles by anotorias Posted Wed 16 Mar 2011 5:00am Run Into The Darkness Whether you are training for a race, or trying to keep a certain level of fitness with your running, the number one concern for most people is finding the time to do it. If you’re like me and have little to no time during the day to do a medium to long tempo run or otherwise, you may have to join what I ... Read on »
How To: Use Social Media To Find Running Routes by anotorias Posted Sat 19 Mar 2011 5:00am You've Unlocked The Great Outdoors Badge! If you are tired of using the same run of the mill ways of finding running routes around your neighborhood (word of mouth, google, running clubs, etc.), several new tried and true routes are as easy to find as clicking through a popular social media outlet. Here are a few high traffi ... Read on »
Los Angeles Running Route: Foursquare Mayorships by anotorias Posted Fri 01 Apr 2011 6:57am Running Supermayor? Just Do It! Looking to seriously run (pun *totally* intended) L.A. via foursquare? Here are some popular running routes with the minimum number of check-ins it will take you to have a chance at stealing its coveted crown (note: a lot of these may take a while). If you’re a badge or mayorship junkie, t ... Read on »
The safest running route ever by Healthy and Bella Patient Expert Posted Fri 26 Jun 2009 7:00pm Since I started C25K again in the end of May, I have been running the same route for every single one of my runs here in Heidelberg. The last time I did C25K here (week 3 - 5) I always picked the route along the river because it is ideal for running and other activities, but lately I have simply run a round around the campus. The reason I am sticki ... Read on »
Top 5 running routes of all time (so far) by 17281posse Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 10:43pm I know that I have a lot of followers who are straight up runners.  And lately my blog has been all about cycling and triathlon. So runners, this post is for you. The truth is that I started as a runner.  Of the last 20 years, I have probably been on some sort of regular running schedule for 10 of them.  It wasn't until last year that I bo ... Read on »
My Running Route in the News by Glenn Jones Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 3:57pm One of my tried and true running routes is the Newport Back Bay. I know I’m really really spoiled when I say things like “I’m so bored of this route.” I mean after all – how can you get bored running in a place like this? Over the weekend, there was a little excitement in the Back Bay. Turns out a small private plane ran out of fue ... Read on »