A blog by runners. For runners.

Find your weekly mileage sweet spot

Next time you toe the line at the start of a race, survey the runners around you. Ask the runner to your left how many miles he or she ran per week leading up to the race, and then ask the runner on your right the same question. Chances are you'll get two different answers. […]

Training and traveling: putting our app's routes to the test

WalkJogRun member Kelsey Barry regularly uses our app to measure her speed and distance on runs in her hometown, but a recent trip to Spain had her putting our route feature to the test. Unfamiliar with the landscape and in need to continue her training for the Boston Marathon, she decided to plan her runs […]

75% of Runners who Skip February won't run again this year.

4,000 runners started January 2013 running. 75% of runners who skip February won't run again this year. Don't be that statistic. We'll show you how you can reboot your New Years Resolution and be part of the 38% of January runners who'll make it through February. Based on last year's training data if you make […]

Welcome Back Google Maps to WalkJogRun iPhone and iPad App!

After 3 months with Apple Maps and some great feedback from you, our customers, we decided to see if there was a way to get Google Maps back in our app. Turns out, there is!  The app update now available in the app store includes 9 different map types including 2 special additions and the […]

Training Plans and Training Diary makeover

We've been hard at work as it got colder out here in Boston working through some of our members' wishlists and we're happy to announce they're now live on the site. It's big news for triathletes, multi-sport folks and privacy concerns. Training Plans We've updated the training plans from Coach Jenny Hadfield to let you […]

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 […]

How WalkJogRun is Impacted by Apple's iOS 6 Maps

As many of you have probably noticed since updating to iOS 6, there are some problems with the maps in our iPhone and iPad app. Unfortunately, there's not much we can do as developers until Apple fixes some of the problems with the maps. Luckily, you can help out by reporting any issue you notice […]

Lifehacker Searching for Best Smartphone Running App

Lifehacker is currently searching for the best smartphone running app! We know how much our fans love the WalkJogRun app, so we wanted to let you know that you can vote for it! How to vote for WalkJogRun Visit the Lifehacker article Comment on the article with Vote: WalkJogRun Don't forget to say why WalkJogRun […]

The WalkJogRun TV Ads

Have you seen the WalkJogRun TV ads? We worked with Chicago Film Works to record two videos and are so pleased with how they turned out! If you're interested in filming a similar video and are in the Chicagoland area, we highly recommend you contact them! These videos have aired on a few US TV […]

The RUN10FEED10 App, AKA WalkJogRun Lite

WalkJogRun has partnered with Women's Health for their Run 10 Feed 10 event. As part of the partnership, we provided Women's Health with an iPhone app to help runners find routes and log training sessions. It is basically the WalkJogRun iPhone app, rebranded for the event without the ability to create routes or track a […]