Tips For Running From You

The time has come to get tips for running from you. For the first year and a half, virtually all the content was created by me, David Tiefenthaler. I am a runner who also has coached high school track and cross country. What started as a hobby to help me organize information on different running subjects has changed to a large internet website with over 10,000 visitors per month. Now I am turning some control over to my visitors.

By using the best of web 2.0, you can add your tips for running here on It is much better than adding a simple comment to a blog. You can upload a photo and write an article for this site. People can read your article and comment on what you wrote. To see an example of a guest article at, check out this post about a Barefoot Rookies Experience.

Two other ways to interact with an RSS feed or Facebook. MyYahoo, iGoogle and many other sites allow you to compile all your favorite website articles on one page. I follow the Milwaukee Brewers, and a few other running websites. I add these sites to my RSS feed and automatically I see the latest articles from these sites at the same time. You can do this by clicking on the RSS feeds below on the left below the navagation bar.

Also, I have added a fan page for at Facebook. Everytime a new article is added, I post the link so that you can see it on your Facebook page if you are a fan. on Facebook

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