The past couple of days has been spent running errands and continuing renovating our house here in Fitou. But Sunday is always a rest day here, so I took this opportunity to get some excercise done in the sun! This was the first run with my new Garmin vívoactive 3 watch. I’ve had a very … Continue reading First run with my Garmin vívoactive 3
Breathing — it happens naturally, we mostly don’t think about. It’s obvious how important breathing and oxygen is for our body. But what’s not so obvious is how much mental and physical potential one can unlock by breathing with the right technique. Every single cell and muscle is fuelled through a process called anaerobic respiration … Continue reading It’s all in your breathing
As mentioned in my previous post, this will be the last one in my brain surgery and recovery blog post series. Specifically, this is about confidence after a brain surgery and getting strong and healthy again. Confidence after brain surgery Right after surgery, I wasn’t really up for looking at myself in the mirror, partly…
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As I wrote while getting back into racing, fitness is lost a lot quicker than it’s gained. And as much as I love exploring a city by running that’s unfortunately not enough when trying to maintain a competitive level of fitness. So what can you do while travelling for work or conferences? Here are a … Continue reading Tips for not losing fitness while travelling
I love experiencing countries, cities and other places on our lovely planet. There’s so much to see and experience, and often too little time for it all. And if you’re travelling because of work then there’s usually even less of that precious time. I love riding my bike, but running is a lot more convenient … Continue reading Exploring a city, by running
As I mentioned in my cycling season review 2016 my winter training did not go as planned. Life got in the way, as it does. But since the end of February I put in a decent block of training and averaged about 8.5 hours of riding per week. It’s still too little to really be […]