Runner Interview: Trail & Kale Runner Interview with Sarah Williams, founder of Tough Girl Challenges
Trail running is the answer. Who cares what the question is?!
The location is stunning, La Palma is the lesser-known island in the Canaries but so beautiful. The course itself is very hard, especially for a normal guy like me.
Runner Interview: Florens von der Decken – It’s no shame at all to walk the steeper climbs from time to time. It’s actually quite clever and you can soak in the beauty of nature…
But above all, have lots of fun running, realise how life and the land are beautiful and how fortunate you are to be able to use your lungs and your two legs to cross the landscapes!
It’s a gift to run outside in nature. Take every step, breath of fresh air, and view in! OHHHHHH and bring snacks, pick an EPIC view, and picnic it up!!!
Runner Interview: Elisabeth Borgersen – Consistency is the key to development, especially for the long distances. Listen to your body and enjoy the nature when being out.
Training is a lifestyle, not a means to an end. I don’t follow any plans, I don’t use a GPS watch, and I don’t track my stats. In training I follow a basic guideline: stay dynamic.
Take your time, pace, enjoy, rest, remember your nutrition and keeping your salt as well as your body’s optimal level.
Runner Interview: Steph Harrap – I think a plan is one of the most important tools to have as a runner…if you fail to plan you plan to fail, right?!
Every boom of thunder and ﬂash of lightning almost had me hitting the ground (in fear honestly). I have NEVER ran so hard in my entire life.