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Why use LogARun.com?

Have you ever wanted to track your running and wellness side-by-side with your friends? Have you ever wanted to utilize a program that makes it easy and fun to log your running and wellness information, track progress, and view results? If so, then LogARun.com is for you. LogARun.com online running journal makes recording your health information simple and, even better, exciting!

What is it?

LogARun.com online running journal is a site that allows you to log your running, aerobic, and other cross-training activities. You can log your activities, including details such as duration, pace, splits, or repetitions. In addition, you can make notes on each day according to your preference. Not only this, but everyday you can input health information such as weight, body fat %, and sleep so that you can track your progress in these categories at any time. A report including minimum, maximum, and average of all of these variables is available. In addition, you can create custom reports to track progress of anything you choose. This is great for tracking the number of times you have run a specific course or with a specific person, and what your times were during these. If you choose, you can allow others to view your running log. Using the “Teams” feature, you can even give them access to leave you notes on your log. Get some friends to sign up for LogARun and you can track each others’ progress and leave them notes of encouragement or even a slap on the wrist if they haven’t been working out as much as they should!

What separates LogARun.com from other online running journals?

LogARun.com focuses on being totally customizable for your needs. Rather than having you fill in an endless number of blanks everyday, LogARun.com allows you to call the shots and choose exactly what you want to log and track. Best of all, at any time, you can easily create custom reports to track whatever you have been logging in your notes or day title fields. This means you can log many activities such as running, swimming, biking, etc, and as many details about these activities as you want. The more details that you provide each day will allow for even fuller reports to track your progress later.

How do I start?

If you want to experiment with LogARun before you sign up, you can view a demo account by clicking Demo. This will allow you to play around with the site and check out some of the cool features. If you are ready to start using LogARun right away, simply click the sign up link in the header. This will direct you to a page where you can choose a username, display name, and password. By default, your log will be viewable by others but editable only by you. However, if you would like your log to be private, you can check the indicated box. This setting, as well as other privacy settings can be changed at any time. Go ahead, get started and sign up! If you have questions at any time, useful information is provided through the Help link at the top right corner of the page. In addition, you can email runlog@logarun.com if you have any questions or feedback.

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Random Leaderboard
Below are a list of random leaderboards from active members who are either PUBLIC or have selected they are willing to be shown on the leaderboard from the options page. You can check out all of the leaderboards to see where you stack up against other runners in this community. Any ideas for new leaderboards? Email LogARun Administrator.
Runners (Male - Ages 19-22) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. TGraham (86.5)
  2. ElCorredor (83.3)
  3. Kevin McMahon (82.0)
  4. Paul Gennaro (80.5)
  5. Eli McCoy Howard (79.0)
  6. Alex Strenta (77.5)
  7. pgriffin1124 (76.5)
  8. DavidKlein (76.0)
  9. PeteSisson (76.0)
  10. AlexPredhome (75.0)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM
Runners (Female) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. Emily Daum (82.3)
  2. TaylerB (78.3)
  3. Jackie Kirby (76.5)
  4. krista (74.5)
  5. Mary Nolte (73.5)
  6. Alyssa Boyd (72.5)
  7. Jen Rock (71.6)
  8. LauRun (70.5)
  9. Maeva Riley (69.0)
  10. Abby Colby (65.0)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM
Runners (Male) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. Austin Kleber (801.4)
  2. Josh Ordway, MD (111.0)
  3. ChassStar (99.0)
  4. Jerrrrr (92.4)
  5. Mark Weghorst (89.0)
  6. TGraham (86.5)
  7. zparris (84.5)
  8. Clint Wells (84.0)
  9. ElCorredor (83.3)
  10. kpool (82.5)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM
Runners (Female - Ages 18 and under) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. leah_coonrod (51.3)
  2. that kid (34.0)
  3. Meghan Piero (31.0)
  4. Waverly (26.9)
  5. Bannannah (26.2)
  6. Cami Trachtman (25.7)
  7. Kara Hoving (24.1)
  8. Shannon (22.9)
  9. ralbelda (21.8)
  10. Annika Rotvold (18.2)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM
Runners (Female - Ages 19-22) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. Abby Colby (65.0)
  2. Chub$ (63.0)
  3. Lacey Gibson (62.1)
  4. KB (61.1)
  5. AnnieDyroff (57.5)
  6. Krista (55.6)
  7. Kayla Gagnon (55.5)
  8. Meredith S (54.6)
  9. Anne Okonowski (52.7)
  10. Ashley (52.6)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM
Runners (Male - Ages 18 and under) who have run the most miles over the last 7 days
  1. Austin Kleber (801.4)
  2. Jacob L (61.0)
  3. Ryan Salcido (59.5)
  4. AlexChabraja (58.6)
  5. Aaron S (55.3)
  6. Billy Magnesen (54.0)
  7. Matt McBrien (54.0)
  8. Tim Howley (51.5)
  9. Josh Feldman (50.5)
  10. Will McDermott (50.0)
Compiled 4/24/2014 9:00 PM