Back in 2003, Robert got tired of keeping track of his running miles in an Excel worksheet and decided to whip together a little coding magic, creating the Lantenengo Running Log. Since then, the site has gone through a few name changes, several rounds of improvements, and now has a few hundred users who have recorded over 350,000 running miles.
The training log marketplace has changed dramatically between 2003 and today. There are so many quality logs out there now — logs with huge development teams behind them, constantly working on improvements — that a busy guy just working on his log as a hobby can’t really compete.
But that’s okay. As they say, “Do one thing, and do it well.” That’s the goal here at Inglog. We want it to be a simple, but really good, training log. The log is mainly geared towards running, but also allows you to store bicycling and swim data, along with other cross-training activities.
It may not have all the bells and whistles that the other sites do, but it does let you do what’s important: store your training data and easily analyze it.