Communicate with me on LinkedIn

I often create some free endurance educational content on LinkedIn and if you were interested, please connect with me. I find that the audience is a lot more user friendly, professional and most importantly constructive than on any other social platforms. I don't do business, I don't sell anything. Of course it helps me finding... Continue Reading →

Beginners Long Run advice

Actually the council is the same same for somebody coming back to the long runs from a longer anaerobic period, after injury, after downtime or after sickness, then for a runner who never really did long runs. Start easyGradually increase running timeInclude walking breaksFocus on time instead of distanceBring food and eat breakfast beforeFat burning... Continue Reading →

Getting motivated when unfit

Forget about anything you learnt about not listening to music, podcasts and audiobooks. Forget about the negative effects of anything other than running. Use anything actually to motivate you. Use anything to get you fitter. Use the bike, use the pool, use long yoga sessions, long stretching sessions, long pilates routines. When unfit, anything can... Continue Reading →

Strength and conditioning for runners

This will be closely related to a previous content of how to run 100 miles weeks. The final answer to that question was: you must simply need to have time on hand. This topic was triggered by the KoopCast 117th episode. I really liked the book of Jason Koop, Training Essentials for Ultrarunning. I like... Continue Reading →

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