Happy Tuesday! It’s time for another edition of Tuesday Topics. This week’s Tuesday Topic: what are your favorite Instagram running accounts to follow? You can write about this or any running related topic. Remember to link-up with Kim and Zenaida and the bottom of this post.
With soooo many running accounts on social media, it can be hard to cut through the noise to fins reputable accounts to follow. Earlier this year I did a huge “unfollow” on my Instagram account. I was following way too many accounts which made my newsfeed super cluttered. Below I’ll share a few of the accounts I decided to keep because I love the information they share.
I only run in Brooks sneakers so it was a no brainer for me to follow their account. Also, out of all the sneaker brands, I feel like they have the most engaging page because they feature all of their products, runners of all sizes, genders and races using their products and they often have cool contests.
Becs is one of the Peloton treadmill instructors. While I do most of my runs with Jess, I’ve been taking more of Becs classes lately and I really appreciate how knowledgeable she is about running. Also, she’s a super fast badass runner but also so helpful. I’ve found so many great tidbits of information about running on her Instagram page. In addition, she often shares lots of great info on her IG stories as well.
I have followed Amanda’s Instagram account for years. Love her page because she’s brutally honest and does really great product reviews. She also share great motivational quote posts and funny running memes – and you know I’m all about the memes!
I came across Amy’s page earlier this year and really enjoyed her content. She mixes in training for races with humor and fun which is something I can definitely relate too. I also love following her goal of doing a half marathon in all of the states.
Tell me: What are some of your favorite Instagram running accounts to follow?
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