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The RunKeeper Guide to Your Pre-Race Breakfast

The RunKeeper Guide to Your Pre-Race Breakfast

Studies show that a pre-race meal is beneficial to any runner to keep your blood levels steady and provides energy to push you through—especially in longer races. Of course, every runner’s greatest fear is eating something that might upset their stomach on race day. You... More
THE RUNKEEPER GOOD READS ROUNDUP: VOL. 3

THE RUNKEEPER GOOD READS ROUNDUP: VOL. 3

Hey guys! We’re gearing up for the Boston Marathon here at our office, and couldn’t be more excited for Monday. This has also been a busy week for us because we launched our new app, Breeze, which tracks daily activities and motivates people to move more throughout... More
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Tip: Foam Roll Tight Spots

Take today to help your muscles recover. Grab a foam roller and roll over all those tight spots. You’ll thank yourself tomorrow!

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Jennifer: My Fitness Story

In February 2010 I went into my doctor’s office and stood on the scale.  It read 344 pounds.  Something clicked.  You see, I’d been fat my whole life.  I’d made half-hearted attempts to lose weight, but never made any headway. For some reason – at... More
Join Us As We Track 118 Million Miles for the 118th Boston Marathon

A #118forboston Update: Awesome Work Everyone!

About seven weeks ago, we put a big challenge in front of you all: to collectively track 118 million miles in honor of the 118th Boston Marathon. As of last night, a few hours after the Boston Marathon officially wrapped up, we had more than... More
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Growing up in Hopkinton

As a long time resident of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, Patriot’s Day is the one day that puts our town on the map. For one morning every year the running world turns its eyes to the starting line of the Boston Marathon. Having attended 17 straight Boston Marathon starts, this... More

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Introducing Region-by-Region Localization for RunKeeper!

Here at RunKeeper, we’ve done everything possible to try and broaden the scope of our app. Last year we had a big focus on globalization, and brought RunKeeper to the world by introducing 10 different languages. However, in doing so, we realized that by having... More
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RunKeeper: Tagging Friends

Hi guys! We’ve talked about Adding Friends before, but today we’re here to talk about tagging your friends! Lets say you’re out for a run with a friend this weekend, and they’ve forgotten their phone. After you’ve completed your activity, you can tag your friends... More
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RunKeeper: Training Plans and Custom Workouts

Hey everyone! As the middle of the month rolls around, you’ve got to be getting a little tired of running the same old Routes with your Friends right? Well you’re in luck! Now more than ever is the perfect time to really commit to your... More

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RunKeeper Releases New iPhone App for Life Tracking: Breeze

RunKeeper Debuts New iPhone App for Passive Tracking: Breeze™

As we have developed RunKeeper over the past few years, we have been inspired by your endless thirst for improvement. With just a little motivation, you push forward, to move faster, longer, harder, and more frequently. We provide the insights, data and challenges — and... More
Introducing an Awesome New Maps Experience with Mapbox

Introducing an Awesome New Maps Experience with Mapbox

Here at RunKeeper we are all about giving you the information you need to better understand and improve on your fitness. Which is why we are thrilled to announce a new maps experience in RunKeeper thanks to Mapbox Outdoors! Mapbox Outdoors includes thousands of biking,... More
Why Non Compete Agreements Should Go

Time for Non-Compete Agreements to Go

When we started RunKeeper, we included a non-compete provision as a standard term in our employment agreement. It was not because we believed in the importance of non-compete provisions, it was simply a standard term at the time. It never really sat well with me... More