June 20, 2019

Health and Fitness Blogs to Follow, the final in our series

Here’s the final installment in our series, Health and Fitness Blogs to Follow. Often in reading about what motivates others to stay healthy, how they overcome setbacks, ideas how to balance family and fitness, we will find the answers to our own healthy living challenges. Consider adding this one to your list of blogs to follow:

Motivated after her first race in August of 2012, Evelin started her blog, EvelinRuns. As a runner, and after following other blogs about running, “I saw it as a chance to share my story and connect to other passionate runners out there” explains Evelin. She continues “it has been a wonderful way to share motivation and inspiration with others, but also to be inspired by other runners!”

Fellow runners will be empowered after reading about her journey of logging miles, as well as reading gear and race reviews. Posting 1-3 times each week, simply put, Evelin writes about her love of running. Check out one of her favorite posts and you’ll reap the benefits of her enthusiasm.

If you’re looking for weekly motivation to lace up your running shoes and head on out for a workout, sign up for her automatic feed here. You’ll enjoy “getting to know more about what life is like as a Swedish runner living in beautiful and sunny Hawaii” as Evelin says.

Health and Fitness Blogs to Follow- next up

Our fourth installment of our Health and Fitness Blogs to Follow series. Take a look and consider adding it to your go-to healthy lifestyle motivation list:

“If I can do it, you can do it” says blogger and runner Chris Stetler. Chris is the founder of blog Never Trade What You Want The Most For What You Want Right Now. Now in its sixth year, you’ll find posts on healthy living topics across the board. “I would like to think I am an example of someone who doesn’t fit the running mold- I’m not fast, I’m not thin, I’m not going to come in the top three rather I’m worried I’ll come in last. But I go out and try” explains Chris. She writes about all things related to running, fitness, healthy eating and posts about three to five times each week.

Chris began her blog as a way to document her health and fitness goals. She especially enjoys the interaction from her readers. “They give me a new perspective on things, ideas on how to improve, or just showing me someone cares” shares Chris. Her blog has expanded to include race reports, weekly happenings, and workouts, just to name a few. People of all ages and fitness levels will relate and find support in her posts.

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Health & Fitness Blogs to Follow

Introducing…Health & Fitness Blogs to Follow

This is the first in our weekly series of Health & Fitness Blogs to follow. So don’t be shy, check them out each week and see if they’re a fit for your motivation, inspiration and healthy living. Connect with fellow athletes and fitness enthusiasts, and you’ll never feel alone again in your journey to health and fitness.

Created in August of 2012, www.gorunjess.com was launched by Jessica Humphrey. “I created by blog initially as a means to document my journey to running my first marathon” explains Jessica. “I planned to run the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon to honor the one year anniversary of my father’s passing. He died in May of 2012 and I wanted to do something for my own health in order to celebrate his life” she adds.

Since finishing her first marathon in May of 2013, Jessica now regularly shares her ongoing journey to balance healthy living, work and family. Posting twice a week on average, Jessica writes about everything from running, yoga, to strength training and healthy eating. She even posts on the topic of triathlon training!

“My blog is written from the perspective of an active mother of two with a full-time career” shares Jessica. She inspires those who are finding a healthy lifestyle as an adult, parent, and career-minded person, Check out one of her favorites, the heart-felt post that followed her marathon finish in 2012.

To add a little fitness motivation and healthy living inspiration into your week, consider subscribing to Jessica’s automatic updates.