The Believe Logbook offers an open, customizable design that helps runners focus, plan, record, and ready themselves. This Logbook includes just the essentials: an undated annual calendar and undated daily and weekly running logs for up to 6 months of running.
Professional runners Lauren Fleshman and Roisin McGettigan-Dumas have spent nearly a decade refining their popular Believe Training Journal into the best old-school training log for new-school runners. Now in their new Believe Logbook , Lauren and Ro offer a minimalist workout diary that is the perfect tool to prepare for a specific race or event that is 3-6 months away. You’ll spell out your goals, plot your path, and then start chipping away.
How you fill your Believe Logbook is up to you:
· Log your time or distance.
· Record the course conditions.
· Observe how the workout felt.
· Note crosstraining and recovery work.
· Consider how running fits into your life.
· Track your gear usage.
· Plan races and review them.
· Reflect on your goals and season.
Taking as little as one minute each day to thoughtfully engage with your training can transform you. Just by putting pen to paper, you will find new momentum to power each workout. Day by day, you will unlock insights into you and create a physical object that holds your physical efforts. Your Believe Logbook will become a snapshot, a goldmine, and a story of how running is woven into your life.
About the Author
Lauren Fleshman is considered one of the greatest middle-distance runners in American history and one of the most influential women in running. She is a former professional runner, running coach, writer and co-author of five books, and cofounder of Picky Bars, maker of real food performance snacks. On her popular blog, Ask Lauren Fleshman , she answers questions about being a pro runner, giving advice to runners of all abilities on battling injuries and overcoming plain old bad luck.
She is considered one of the greatest middle-distance runners in American history with state championships, 5 NCAA titles, 15 All-American honors, and a spot in the Hall of Fame. Her professional racing career brought tw• USA Championships and five World Championship berths for Team USA.
Lauren’s pro racing career has been defined by a series of injuries and comebacks. These obstacles shaped her philosophical exploration of running, human potential, and transformation. Her mark on the sport has been defined by her authenticity, activism, and a desire to inspire confidence and connection through sport and creative expression.
In 2015, Fleshman won the Best Athlete Shorty Award for her social media presence and was named one of the most powerful women in running by Runner’s World and Women’s Running magazines. She has been affiliated with Runner’s World , Oiselle, Strava, Roka, Jaybird, and Stance. Lauren lives in Bend, Oregon with her husband Jesse and their son Jude.
Table of Contents
Weekly Training Log
Goals in Review