In the trend of the 12 Days of Christmas, here are 9 websites I tend to frequent:
1. Run Like a Mother Book, http://www.runlikeamotherbook.com/. This site is based off the book of the same title and is a great community of women runners. Funny, insightful, helpful.
2. Runner's World, http://www.runnersworld.com/. Of course, Runners World is a magazine for runners, and the website has a little bit of everything. There are great training plans, strength training ideas, forums, etc. It is my go-to resource. I especially love the Smart Coach feature to create my own training plans.
3. Jeff Galloway, www.jeffgalloway.com/training/. I've used this for some of my race training plans. If nothing else, I use it as a basis.
4. Hal Higdon, www.halhigdon.com/. Same as above. I use it as a reference point when making my training plans.
5. Running Planet, www.runningplanet.com/training/. Again, lots of information here, from training to gear to form.
6. Fitness Magazine, http://www.fitnessmagazine.com/. This one also has a lot of information. I really like their picture-by-picture core workouts.
7. Motion Traxx, www.motiontraxx.com/. I actually found this one through Fitness Magazine. I downloaded a 5K track and love it. It is based on bpm of the music, has few words, and keeps me going. I like that the track I have is continuous so I don't notice how long I've gone.
8. Active.com, http://www.active.com/. This is where I go to find a race.
9. Run On!, www.runontexas.com/. I use it to find Texas races, but there's more to the site than just race dates and locations.