15 Best Running Websites Every Runner Should Read In 2020

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When Nick and I started the We Run This podcast, we agreed that the content would cover the running lifestyle but have fun in the process.

Neither of us is an expert but we both have a passion for the sport of running.

While we do offer tips and suggestions on the podcast, we like to leave the real, researched information to the experts.

For this reason, we’ve collected our favorite running websites and some of the best running blogs on the internet.

Here are our suggestions for running websites and blogs for runners of all ages and experience levels.

Runner’s World

This amazing running website is the online home of Runner’s World magazine. Running news, training advice, inspiring stories, running shoe reviews, gear tips, and more.

Runner’s World is, hands down, the world’s leading running magazine, motivating runners of all ages and abilities.


Runtastic by Adidas started as a training app in 2015. Whether runners were looking to lacing up the shoes to head out on their very first run or dusting off your bike to track a ride, Runtastic tracked every mile.

Eventually, the app evolved into a full website with a blog section that offers training advice, product reviews, nutrition tips and more.

Map My Run

Much like Runtastic, Map My Run was an app first and evolved into a help website for runners. The app provides users with the ability to map, record and share their exercise routes and workouts with each other.

The blog section is filled with running tips and ideas for runners of all ages and experience levels and even offers tips for cyclists.

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Run Eat Repeat

Avid runner Monica started Run Eat Repeat as a blog about ten years ago to document training for her first marathon and food log. She’s struggled with her weight since was a kid and needed accountability.

She created Run Eat Repeat as a way to keep on track, motivate herself, and document training for a full marathon. The website has evolved into tips on training, recipes, eating plans, a podcast and much more.

Men’s Running

Men’s Running is the only digital community dedicated to men who just love to run.

Their website is a home for the Men’s Running fraternity – so as well as being a source of archived and exclusive editorial content, it’s a place where runners can come to talk about their favorite sport, seek advice, share videos and images, or simply vent their feelings about the sport we love.

Run To The Finish

Amanda Brooks created Run To The Finish as a place to support the middle of the pack in enjoying the run regardless of the clock.

Running is about so much more than just pace. It’s about injury prevention, connecting to the running community, and eating well to feel better!

Few of us are elite runners able to dedicate all our time to training, reading the new research, and figuring out what will ACTUALLY work.

That’s Amanda’s job. She does the research and tests out the new gizmos, so readers can spend their time enjoying the miles.

Men’s Health

The premier website for men’s exercise and fitness isn’t just about lifting weights and getting abs.

Men’s Health has an entire section dedicated to running, running tips, stretching ideas, ways to improve your runs through weight training, and so much more.

Brooks Running

A team united by one purpose: To inspire everyone to run and be active. At Brooks, they take running and running technology pretty seriously. Their specialized high-tech features are what really set their running shoes apart.

The blog section on the Brooks Running website is dedicated to all things running.

The Science of Running

Steve Magness is a performance coach, author, and lecturer, and a world-renowned expert on performance, having coached numerous professional athletes to Olympic and world championship levels.

Steve has coached seven athletes top Top-15 finishes at a World Championship, twelve athletes to births on the World Championship or Olympic teams, and guided over twenty-five Olympic Trials Qualifiers.

Before launching The Science of Running, Steve was a columnist for Running Times magazine and has also had his writing appear in Runner’s World, Wired, Outside, Sports Illustrated, and NY Mag.

Runner’s Connect

At RunnnersConnect, coaching isn’t a hobby for them. Coaching runners isn’t a side gig.

Coaching is their passion and commitment. Whether you want to hit a marathon best at 2:40 or 4:20, whether your 5k PR is 17:00 or 32:00, the key to improvement is in the training and the ability to stay consistent.

Runner’s Connect has the answers.

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Did we miss your favorite running website or blog? Drop us a line at werunthispod@gmail.com and let us know.