In this blog Hanna and I test out a couple of new pieces of clothing from dhb on two autumn runs around the picturesque årstaviken, in the southern part of Stockholm. Plenty of nice pictures from around the route included.
The TCS Amsterdam Marathon 2016 was on last Sunday, it was my third marathon, as painful as ever, but a big improvement and a highly satisfying PB. I signed up because I was looking for a run in October and had heard good things about the race - well organised, a nice route, great city, and flat, not surprising given the landscape of Holland, but what you want when you are trying to run a PB!
In this blog post we review the dhb backpack. Perfect for commuting by foot or by bike!
Last weekend was the Lidingöloppet, which promotes itself as the worlds largest cross country race. I had never run a 30 km race, or a trail race this long, so wasn't really sure what time to aim for. My plan was to just run for fun and see how it felt.
This is the first blog in a four part series of blog posts I am writing for Vivo Barefoot, which I will also share here on my own blog. The focus of the blog posts will be on how it feels to use barefoot shoes instead of regular running shoes. In this first post I describe my experiences running during a recent trip to Slovenia.
Last Saturday was the most popular run in Stockholm, the Midnattsloppet (Midnight Run). With a party like atmosphere it is a fun race to run, but I thought it would also be a good opportunity to test out my fitness level coming into the autumn. So how did it go?
Last week I travelled north to the mountains around Åre, Sweden, to participate in the Vivo Barefoot off trail race. The race was part of Fjällmarathon week. In this blog post I introduce barefoot running, and describe my experience barefoot running in the mountains.
When the sun comes out in Stockholm, good luck trying to get a Swede (or Australian living here) to stay inside! We have a short summer, but when the weather is nice there is no better place to be than Stockholm. People often ask me for recommendations, so in this blog I will summarise 10 of my favourite things to do or places to visit over summer in Stockholm. And guess what? There is no "go running"!
At the end of 2015, a year where I was plagued with running-related injuries, I decided that I should start to think about other forms of training, ones that might ease the impact on my body, and especially on my knees. Should I get back into gym training, something I used to do a lot of in my early 20´s, or try something different, something new?!
Quieres ser Estocolmo de pie? En este blog vamos corriendo con Visit Sweden y ser las vistas mas bonitas en Estocolmo. El guia es David, el es de Madrid, pero vive aqui en Estocolmo.
Have you got what it takes to complete the 100 Point Challenge? Before you can answer that you probably need to know what the 100 Point Challenge is! Read on to find out...
My race review and video summary of the Strömmingsloppet 2016 race on Vaxholm.
In this article we take a closer look at energy gels. How do they work? Why use them? And which are the best?
Is it possible that running shoes can have a big impact on running injuries such as runner´s knee? Although far from scientific, I feel like wearing these shoes was a turning point for me!
Are you a #instarunner?! If you are you´ll be able to relate to this article, and if you don´t know what that means then don´t worry... you will be going for an #instarun by the time you finish reading this.
The seven urban summits challenge, the best hills for running in Stockholm.
Here are 4 strength training exercisers for runners that will help you avoid those dreaded running injuries.