Category: Training

Training

Compassionate training 

Every runner has a training approach. Lately, I have been focusing more on a compassionate approach and in this blog I am discussing the benefits of it.

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Running abroad
Training

Running abroad

We all love it: vacation. But it is not always easy to keep on running on holiday. Here are some tips that I always use when I’m abroad. Make a

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Morning run: pro's and cons
Training

Morning run: pro’s and cons

In this new blog, Katrien and I will talk about the pros and cons of sober training, or the well-known fat run.   ‘fat burning run’   Before we go

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The sky is the limit
Training

The sky is the limit

My first ultra marathon is in the pocket and I could not be more proud. It was a self-supported trail run that I had organised with my dad. He would

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Back on track
Training

Back on track

The past few weeks I have been gradually increasingly my weekly volume and also the intensity of my workouts. I feel again the same as before I was overtrained, and

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Snow fun
Training

Snow fun

A new week, filled with snow, many layers, slippery roads and lots of fun (& good news!) Sleighing After a couple of days (which felt like weeks) doing nothing (except

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Overtrained
Training

Overtrained

Sleep is for the weak is not entirely true. Sleep is for those who appreciate their body and are not afraid to set a step back. Energy levels I felt

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Listen to signals
Training

Listen to signals

Good start of my second week of my training block with a less happy ending. New week After my 50K weekend, I had a surprisingly well Monday. I was a

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