“Even if you train alone, having a blog allows you to share your story with a community, so you feel like you are part of something bigger. A community of support can hold you accountable, provide advice when you need it and share in your successes and failures, all of which help broaden the benefits of simply participating in the sport.” ~Adam Lesser, Running blog veteran and coach.

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