Make Running a Routine

Join sisters Lauren and Alyssa for this BEGINNERS game, where you will make running part of our routine and encourage each other along! In this 4 week game you will run 30 min, 4 times a week. Minimum pace is 18min/mile.

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Feb 18Mar 17 · 4 week game
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Join sisters Lauren and Alyssa for this BEGINNERS game, where you will make running part of our routine and encourage each other along! In this 4 week game you will run 30 min, 4 times a week. Minimum pace is 18min/mile.

How to play

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Bet

We'll keep it safe until the game is over.

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Run

Stick to this game's run schedule (below).

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Win!

Split the pot with other winners.

Run schedule

RunBet syncs with the following GPS apps:

An image of the logos for Garmin, Runkeeper, and Strava.An image of the logos for Garmin, Runkeeper, and Strava.

To run indoors, just snap a couple photos— our refs will quickly verify to keep things fair.

This isn’t a game to run the most. Everyone who meets their goals wins and splits the pot.

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Kristen posted

Fished up this Run Bet with a St Paddy’s 5K

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Lindsay posted

Any recommendations for Running apps with coaches that tell you when to speed up, slow down, etc? I’ve been using the Aptiv 5k training program on Audible, which I’ve been loving...but my next run will be my last and I’m hoping to keep it up.

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Lindsay posted

Any recommendations for Running apps with coaches that tell you when to speed up, slow down, etc? I’ve been using the Aptiv 5k training program on Audible, which I’ve been loving...but my next run will be my last and I’m hoping to keep it up.

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Lindsay posted

Any recommendations for Running apps with coaches that tell you when to speed up, slow down, etc? I’ve been using the Aptiv 5k training program on Audible, which I’ve been loving...but my next run will be my last and I’m hoping to keep it up.

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Lindsay posted

Any recommendations for Running apps with coaches that tell you when to speed up, slow down, etc? I’ve been using the Aptiv 5k training program on Audible, which I’ve been loving...but my next run will be my last and I’m hoping to keep it up.

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Lindsay posted

Any recommendations for Running apps with coaches that tell you when to speed up, slow down, etc? I’ve been using the Aptiv 5k training program on Audible, which I’ve been loving...but my next run will be my last and I’m hoping to keep it up.

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Ann posted

Woohoo!

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rebecca posted

Slower pace since I went with my 6 year old, but it is done. ;)

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Kristen posted

Ok y’all...I just had my first run in with a 🐶. It wasn’t as cute as that emoji and it was really scary. He was charging at me and barking and coming close to my ankles like he was going to bite me. I managed to get away while he got distracted by dog behind a fence. When I thought I was in the clear I called animal control bc there was no owner or anyone in sight looking for this dog. While on the phone with animal control he came at me again. At this point I was crying bc I was so scared, still on the phone with animal control. The owner came out from his house down the street and tried to get him & finally did. He apologized. So my question is...what does one do in this situation?! Bc I never thought I could be so scared of a medium size dog! But when it came at me like that I froze bc idk if I should try to run faster and away or stop?!!

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Amy posted

I need some tech help...I usually run indoors and post my treadmill readout and my sweaty selfie. Today I ran outdoors with Runkeeper and I can’t seem to get the run to submit. I click run outdoors and it takes me to the Runkeeper app. What are the next steps to submit it?

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