15 Best Senior Running Blogs for Older Runners

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Here are 15 Best Senior Running Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. My First 5K and More

My First 5K and More Delmar, New York, US
Myself Darlene Cardillo. I was a lady in her 50's who was searching for the 'Fountain of Youth.' Along the way, I discovered RUNNING. Read my blo...g and you'll get to see how it all unfolds.more
myfirst5kandmore.com
229 197 577 3 posts / week DA 22 Get Email Contact

2. This Old Runner Blog

This Old Runner Blog Saint Petersburg, Florida, US
The author writes about learning to run half marathons as an adult. This blog tries to give inspiration to people who want to run irrespective of thei...r age.more
thisoldrunner.com
1.2K 1.1K 2 posts / quarter DA 15 Get Email Contact

3. Chocolate Runs Judy

Chocolate Runs Judy US
Hi, I'm Judy creator of Chocolaterunsjudy. Welcome to my little corner of the blogosphere, where I share my passion for running, chocolate, baking..., and pretty much whatever else crosses my mind. I'm on a mission to run a half marathon in every US state & hopefully raise money for charities And to create a safe community for runners of any speed.more
chocolaterunsjudy.com
445 78 1 post / week Jun 2015 DA 11 Get Email Contact

4. Still a Runner Blog

Still a Runner Blog A Blog by Mary Lou Harris where she shares about senior running, travel and related topics. Mary Lou writes about the adventures and misadventures of ...a senior runner, ultra trail runner, and hiker. She is an RRCA-accredited race director. Mary Lou Harris is a proponent of active living, community volunteerism, and inquisitive travel.more
stillarunner.com
268 5 posts / quarter Sep 2012 DA 13 Get Email Contact

5. RunYoung50

RunYoung50 Nottingham, England, UK
Run Young 50 is all about women runners over 50. Find out more about what motivates older women to run and the history of women's distance running....more
runyoung50.co.uk
1.1K 2.5K 467 1 post / month Feb 2014 DA 19 Get Email Contact

6. Running With Rick Blog

Running With Rick Blog Running With Rick incorporates 50 years of current and past running experiences, including the impact it has had on my life and how to balance everyth...ing.more
runningwithrick.co..
5 posts / quarter DA 1 Get Email Contact

7. Running Thru Quicksand

Running Thru Quicksand Welcome to Running Thru Quicksand. I am a proud mom, wife, retired teacher, cross country and track coach. Join me as I navigate life's curveballs... and embrace being a strong woman in my 50s. Together we will learn, grow and conquer whatever comes our way.more
runningthruquicksa..
1 post / week DA 1 Get Email Contact

8. In Hope We Rise Blog

In Hope We Rise Blog Francesca Alicea is on a mission is to inspire others to level up from the adversity and setbacks. Her blog, In Hope We Rise is a space for all of us... who find strength and resilience in faith, and who long to ignite the spark of inspiration within ourselves and others.more
inhopewerise.com/blog
4 posts / day Get Email Contact

9. Sherpaherb

Sherpaherb Olympia, Washington, US
Sherpaherb is a lifelong runner who is on a mission to help runners over 50 stays healthy and fit as they age through his Forever Runner Method. If yo...u are a runner over 50 years old, lose weight and run faster without injury. A simple, low-stress way to long term fitness and health.more
sherpaherb.com/blog
46 15 101 DA 8 Get Email Contact

10. Wimpy Girl

Wimpy Girl Wimpy Girl is a webcomic that follows the life of a not-so-young woman who decides to start running. It is also a platform of encouragement for people... who are brave enough to attempt new things and are willing to laugh and enjoy the journey!more
wimpygirl.com
797 42 DA 9 Get Email Contact

11. NE65+ Runners Club

NE65+ Runners Club The main purpose of the club is to achieve greater recognition for the growing group of senior athletes. Prior to the organization of the club most at...hletic events failed to have age categories beyond 50- not much of a competitive edge for the senior athlete. The club has made great strides in this endeavor. More than 95% of athletic events in New England now include age divisions of 60, 70 and even 80.more
ne65plus.org
DA 17 Get Email Contact

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