A blog by runners. For runners.

Women's Health's RUN 10 FEED 10 Atlanta Action Hero

In this blog post, Women's Health's RUN 10 FEED 10 Chicago Action Hero Jessica Laiti shares how she got started running, and why she's excited about the upcoming race. WalkJogRun: Why did you decide to sign up for the RUN 10 FEED 10 event? Jessica Laiti: I signed up for RUN 10 FEED 10 because […]

Training for My First Marathon

We are proud to introduce our new guest blogger, Scott Cook. Scott will be blogging about training for his very first marathon including everything going through his head before he crosses the starting line of the P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Arizona Marathon. In this post, Scott introduces himself and shares why he wants to […]

Share Race Progress Over Facebook from the App

Your progress will automatically share to your Facebook page once you hit the Facebook icon.  Get ready to get some cheers from friends!

This blog post is an exclusive sneak peak to an amazing feature coming to the WalkJogRun app pending Apple's approval in about five days time. If you find the course map of a race you are going to be competing in, you can share your progress over time on Facebook including your estimated finish time […]

Interview with US Marathoner Craig Leon

Yesterday we headed to the Chicago Marathon media center at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago. Three weeks ago, we sat down with Wesley Korir to talk about his plans for the Chicago Marathon this Sunday, October 7th. We had an exclusive interview with Craig Leon, an elite runner on the field this year for the […]

Halloween Running Events 2012

It's finally the month of Halloween! There are many running and walking events taking place this month with a Halloween theme. What better way to make up for all the Halloween treats you'll be eating this month than running a local race? Are you running a Halloween event this month? Which one? Don't forget to […]

Runner of the Week: Vincent W.

This week's runner of the week is Vincent W. He's a WalkJogRun member that was diagnosed with asthma at a young age and spent a lot of time in the hospital. He's come to a point where he is able to manage the disease and wanted to get in shape and start running. He recently […]

Race Tips from Coach Jenny

Today's podcast guest is Coach Jenny Hadfield, the creator of our training plans. We met up with Coach Jenny at the Chicago Half Marathon where she answered many of our pre-race day and race day questions. In this episode Coach Jenny talks about how to handle your first race. She shares her best tips that […]