Get ready to run with these working team names. When you want to get in shape, it always helps to have a group of people to support you along the way. Even if you’re exhausted in the morning, your running set will still get you going. You know you can’t sleep just because other people are counting on you. For this reason, The Running Team helps you reach your fitness and diet goals with the right motivation. To help you get started, we’ve made a list of the 120 best running team names. You can use it as inspiration or as a written name for your team.
1. Running Like Moms: This is a great name for a women’s running set.
2. Easier saying than running: It seems like it’s much easier to say your mileage goal than to actually do it. I wish I could say the miles I want to achieve and do it automatically.
3. Running for fun: This is for crazy runners who enjoy running.
4. Rascally Ramblers: I love this cute name.
5. How the West Was Run: This is a play on the phrase “How the West Was Won”.
6. Supersonic Thunder: This can’t be the name of my group because nothing is supersonic in running.
7. Road Warriors: I think this is a great and motivational running team name.
8. Toenails for Shemales: If that was your group name, I would never run with you.
9. Untrained and Confident: This aptly describes my first marathon.
10. Buns on the Run!!!: I think that’s one of the cute running team names.
11. He heals Achilles: Everything will eventually heal.
12. Conquer Anger: This perfectly describes how my quads feel after a hilly run.
13. Vortexians: That’s a nice name.
14. Women’s fasting: At least the name isn’t “The Baggy Woman.”
15. Jugs a Joggin’: This is a clever and funny name for a women’s running group.
16. Two Broads and a Bum: If you have two girls and one guy in your group, this name will work for you.
17. Training Wheels: This is for starting groups running there.
18. Natural Selection: Natural selection will help thin the running herd.
19. Role Model: If you run every day, you are definitely my role model!
20. Rockstar Ninja: This is how I feel after a great run.
21. It’s All About Coffee: If you run before your morning cup of coffee, this running team name will definitely motivate you!
22. The League of Extraordinary Zombies: If you work all the time, this name won’t make sense.
23. Relay Racers: That’s for the relay runners out there.
24. Another Pacers: I like this team name.
25. Chafe Now, Prague Later: Agreed. Generally, I wait until after everything has healed before I start bragging too much.
26. Weekend Runaways: This name works for weekend running groups.
27. Tight Butt And Sweaty Nut: I feel this may be the name of a men’s group or a mixed group.
28. Barefoot Lunatics: If you like running barefoot, you are definitely crazy!
29. Time Wounds All Heels: This is a play on the phrase “time heals all wounds”.
30.7 Deadly Legs: This is another pun based on the phrase “7 deadly sins”.
31. Run Like a Girl: Show that you are a road warrior and run like a girl.
32. Procrastinators: This aptly describes all of my running goals.
33. Baby Got Track: Use this name if you like to run along the path rather than the roads.
34. Bolts: This can’t be my team name. I think my ideal team would be called Snails.
35. We’re Kinda a Big Deal: This sounds very motivational and inspiring.
36. Dance Team Rejects: If you can’t join the dance team, you can at least do cross country.
37. Hell’s Heels: This is a play on the phrase “Hell on Wheels”.
38. Where the Wild Things Go: I love these words on a famous children’s book.
39. Speed bumps: Don’t hit the speed bumps! Just keep running!
40. Road Pigs: If you’re one of those runners who go all the way, run somewhere else.
41. Call Us A Cab!: This is another phrase that describes my feelings during a marathon.
42. Dream Fury: This is a play on the popular phrase “chasing a dream”.
43. Extreme Physio: Again, this is probably not the name I want for my team unless I change it to “Un-Xtreme”.
44. Miles to Martinez: This is a motivational name for all of you after action contestants.
45. The Crazy Marathon: Most of your friends and family probably think that anyone who runs a marathon is crazy.
46. Run. Eat. poop. repeats.: If you can’t think of anything else, I think this will work.
47 – Harbin Girls: This is a great name for a team of female racers.
48. Pimple Sisters: This is another good name for a group of runners.
49. Roasted Legs And Aquin: This is a play on the breakfast plate, “scrambled eggs and bacon.”
50. Happy Feet: I may have liked the movie, but I don’t know how happy my feet actually are after a long run.
51 – Shaved and Lobed: For some reason, this looks sloppy. You should probably use it for all adult groups, just in case.
52. It Hurts Too: Is it really so though?
53. Plenty of fiber: This explains why you run so fast!
54. DMC Run: I like to use the band name for a running team name.
55. Haul’n Ass: You sure are!
56. The Heart and the Lonely: It takes a lot of spirit and spirit to achieve your running goals.
57. Purple People Eaters: I feel this team’s color should be purple.
58. Not Fast, Just Furious: This describes my running style perfectly.
59. It’s a small world: The faster and longer you run, the smaller the world becomes.
60.2 Beauty and the Beast: This is a great name if you have two girls and one guy in your running group.
61. The Quick and the Dead: If you exit quickly, “death” is most likely what you will feel.
62. Lucky Runners: I feel like that’s a good name for a running team that’s gearing up for the St. Patrick’s Day Marathon.
63. Start Running: This is clearly a play on the phrase “get it done”.
64. Chasing Aces: Hopefully, not so much!
65. Blood, Sweat, and Beer: You have to put up with blood and sweat, but then you can have a beer!
66. Iron Man: If you’re training for Ironman, this is a great running team name to choose.
67. Shake, rattle and run: Skip the shake, rattle, and roll by going with this name.
68. Last Minutes: The final minutes can make or break your race.
69. Move Your Ass: That’s one way to phrase it.
70. What hill?: Whenever I see a hill, that is definitely the biggest question on my mind.
71. Between walking and a hard step: Sometimes, it feels like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place.
72. Agony de Fier: If you endure the suffering of feet, you will never have to feel the pain of defeat.
73. Anything for Race Bling!: I have to be honest — when I do a running race, part of me is doing it just for the jersey.
74. Stress fractures: This probably isn’t the most motivational name on the list.
75. The Lonely Train: Get on the Soul Train, everyone!
76. Dead on Arrival: Although it’s not the most motivating name, it definitely describes how I feel after a long marathon.
77. Girls Gone Wild: People probably won’t realize this is a running team name at first.
78. The Whiskey Trade: If you want whiskey at the end, go with this name.
79. Kardash sheruns: get it? Kardash is running?
80. Sweat Girls Rock: I like to say I glow rather than sweat. Unfortunately, the smell is still the same.
81. South Shore 3-Some: Obviously, you can mix this name up with your actual location.
82. Last Call: Last call for a major run! Which person would like that?
83. Nuclear weed: That’s a nice team name.
84. Where is the end?: This is another running team name that perfectly describes how I feel when I’m running. In my first marathon, I forgot it was 26.2 instead of mile 26. For 0.2 miles, I thought my life was over.
85. Turn on the TLC: That’s cute for the band’s name.
86. Your speed or mine?: This is a variation of the phrase “my place or my place?”
87. That’s a nice name.
88. Trippers: We hope you don’t get stuck too much.
89. Are We There Yet?: Another apt way to describe how I feel when I run.
90. Running Because We Can: This is probably the biggest reason behind running. Staying in shape is great, but I’m running marathons to show that I can.
91- Containing the Forty: That’s a great team name for a 40-year-old.
92. Peace Cadet: I like the name of this team because they play as “Space Cadets”.
93. Arizona Run: Obviously, you may have to change the name of the state to match your actual area.
94. Goodlife Angels: That’s a good name, but not the greatest.
95. Sisters with Blisters: I rather not.
96 Glory. That’s a nice name.
97. Perfect Strangers: If you only meet people through a meetup or some other site to run, this is probably a good name for your running team.
98. Pimp My Stride: This is one of the smarter working team names on this list.
99.2 fast, 1 furious: This is another name that works great for a group of three riders.
100- Mixed leggings: This is a nice variation on the dish, “scrambled eggs,” and also describes how my legs feel after a long run.
101- Glow Girls: The old saying goes that women only glow, but men sweat. I think I glow a lot.
102- Perseverance: This is for runners who like to stick to a comfortable pace and keep trucking.
103. I thought that was 5k: That would be a shocking realization.
104. The Breakfast Club: This is for all the pre-breakfast runners out there.
105. Run like the wind: I love this team name
106. Sida. This is another cute running team name.
107. Rebel Run: If you feel like a rebel, go with this name.
108. Keep Calm and Spasm: You can sprint through a cramp, although it’s always better not to have cramps in the first place.
109- Al Raseef: You can also change this to names like Feet on the Pavement.
110. Girls just want to run: I bet your group is the life of the party. 😉
111. Running… Runner… Runnest: This isn’t the best running team name on the list, but it works.
112- The Amazing Runners: If you keep running, you will look amazing after a long time!
113- Whipped Legs: This is technically the correct spelling for the “Scrambled Leggs” option we included earlier.
114. Where are you, Van: After a long run, this is exactly how I feel. Better yet, “Wheelchair, where are you?”
115. SWATT – Sprinters, Walkers and Trash Talkers: I think I’m a little of the three.
116. Ib-pro-fun: You can be pro-fun, but you may also need ibuprofen after a good ride.
117. Team Slaps: If you have those smacks, use this team name.
118- Beer Drink: This is another one of those running team names that triggers the thought of alcohol at the end of a race.
119. Run but you can’t hide: sufficiently real.
120. Worst case scenario: This is one of the running team names that probably sums up my running style.