Back in 2003, our founder got tired of keeping track of his running miles in an Excel worksheet and decided to whip together a little coding magic, creating the first incarnation of this website. Since then, it has gone through a few name changes, several rounds of improvements, and now has a few hundred users who have recorded hundreds of thousands of 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.