Join the Everyday Runners
This is a community for everyday runners in both senses of the word “everyday”: we're normal people, and some of us try to run every single day! Every runner who wants to build a habit is welcome here. 🥰
Whether you're already on a running streak or you want to give it a try, join our free chat community for daily support and encouragement from runners as dedicated as you.
Join now for free lifetime access.
- Instant access to Everyday Runners private chat group on Telegram
- Support and encouragement as you build a daily running habit
- Memes, laughs and selfies of our daily runs
- Guidance as you ramp up your streak or distance
- Nutrition, sleep and cross training chat
- Monthly challenges for distance, duration, or speed
- Exclusive access to the Everyday Runners Strava club
This group has taught me the value of a mile. I love just deciding to run at any time and just start running in any shoes and any attire.
I've been running every day for over 50 days. I would have not kept this up if it wasn’t for the group. When I see the ✅’s coming in throughout the day, I’m like damn I need to do my run!
Had a 12 day streak because of this group and this probably was the longest running streak I’ve ever had.
I did couple of daily run end of last year and today starting again. Already way more than my average. This group was a big motivation 😄
I ran a mile in deep snow! ⛄ Only because of this group.
Been low on energy last few days. Streak only kept alive thanks to this group's mile minimum. In the past I'd have taken a couple of rest days until I felt I had the energy to get back to 5km or more. Last 3 days have been 2km-ish and I felt better for each of them!
I'm Ben Barbersmith, an average guy. Over the course of 18 months I transformed myself from an unfit obese developer who couldn't run a mile into a pretty reasonable marathon runner.
Then starting in 2016 I ran at least 2 km every single day, without exception, for over 5 years.
During those 5 years I ran almost 14,000 kilometers, averaging 7.6 km per day. I ran a 03:04 marathon, ran 104 km in a 24 hour timed race, came 9th in a 50 km ultramarathon, and found a deep peace in running.
But I still remember how hard it was getting started! I did Couch to 5k, which was agony, and I failed to finish it repeatedly. And even when I started my everyday running streak, I had no idea I'd keep it up for 5 years...
Join us in the Everyday Runners community as we help each other start and maintain running streaks of our own and reach our own personal running goals!