Training Logs You'll Actually Want to Use

Tracking your mileage, whether online or on paper, can be great motivation, illustrating consistency, showing progress and identifying potential areas of weakness. Plus, according to a 2017 survey from Running USA, 82 percent of runners like to track all their running statistics and 65 percent say it helps them run better.

While logging your miles in an online spreadsheet or simply writing them down on a notepad that lives on your kitchen counter is great, these creative, useful and just-plain-fun designs will help you stick with your log all year long.

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