Are you relatively untrained and unfamiliar with a regular running workout, this program will take you up to a level where you can enter a training programs for recreational athletes. The time period is 12 weeks and it is made up with a gentle progression. Do not skip the first few weeks!
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Saucony Kinvara 6 is one of Sauconys great successes – a popular low drop lightweight shoes with good response. I have tested the 6th version and here is my review.
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We run, swim, hike, climb and go to high altitudes. Garmin Fenix 3 is not only is the the first smartwatch that is really capable of keeping track all those activities, but it’s also the first smartwatch that helps us become better at them.
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Not all climbers and mountaineers have the advantage and access to the mountains. We look west, east, north, south envying those that get to climb each weekend and benefits from a life at altitude however there’s something to be mentioned for living on sea level. Mountain Training is about being creative.
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How are your navigation skills? Studies in the mountains shows that almost everyone has a map and compass in the backpack, but only about half can actually use the tools to take out a course.
If you learn to use a map and compass properly, the winter trip will be much safer and easier.
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So many people ask me, how do you train for the mountains? You are walking 10+ hours a day up there, and you live down in Malta next to the sea, how can you get ready?
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