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Introducing our 2020 Winter season training programs – The best way to maintain all the work done through the year while improving key aspects of your trail fitness.
As the weather gets colder and rain/snow come along, we all fight the same feeling. We tell ourselves that we want to go out for a run, but at the
It feels “easy” to be a trail runner when the sun is shining, the air is balmy and the days are long—but in the dead of winter, finding motivation can
In this quick strides lowdown, we’ll go over two things: how to do strides, and why they’re important for you as a trail runner. No matter if you’re running short, fast distances or technical, mountainous ultras, strides are a major tool in any runner’s training kit.
What to get the runner who has (seemingly) everything?, here we have smart list of gifts that will make that person happy and at the same time help small business, so you can give and do good, at the same time!
Azores Trail Run – GTS Championship The year is almost over–and with the situation getting complicated again with the pandemic, this week’s race that happened on the island of Azores
Run Wild What does running on the trails mean to you? We’re sure everybody could say something different and personal about it, but one of the things that we all
4 reasons to keep training in the winter Now that the northern hemisphere is heading into winter, we know many of you tend to think that trail running season is
Rickey Gates – Transamericana In 2017 and after the last election in the US, Rickey Gates decided to embark on his biggest project ever (at the time): crossing his country
Sierre Zinal – Elite Race. Last Friday, pretty much out of nowhere, we found out about a very special edition of the mythical race Sierre Zinal happening with just a
This is a key element on mountain running, pacing yourself. You know that the easiest is to start hard and feel like a superhero in the first ⅓ of the
Some people tend to just not train or choose the treadmill when it is raining, but actually they’re missing out. Running under the rain in the right places it’s safe
We already talked about drinking on a long run, well the only difference in doing it during a race is that we don’t want to slow down during the race,
Jim Walmsley – Hardrock 100 FKT attempt. Back in July–without much noise or press at all–we saw another big name jumping into the FKT attempts party: it was Jim Walmsley,
Hail Mary 50k We know that this year has been tough on everybody; lots of races canceled or postponed, and overall uncertainty which is not the ideal environment for being
FKT’s of the week and some races too! Ok, so more FKT’s and records attempts for this week, but also, 2 really big races went ahead in these weird times:
FKT’s of the week We’re back with some of the most epic record’s attempt an FKT of the last couple of days: -Taking things a step further than already
Courtney Dauwalter – Colorado Trail The big news of the week in the Ultra world was the epic FKT attempt that Courtney Dauwalter undertook on the Colorado Trail which finally
Do you want to optimize your training, avoid overtraining and injuries? Discover how with this guide for trail running and ultramarathon training.
New training plan with Lucy Bartholomew! We’re very happy to announce a new a new collab with another Pro Athlete for one of our training plans! This time it’s the
More FKT’s and records attempts Ok, so here we go again with the most epic FKTs and attempts of the last few days: -The epic Bob Graham Round has a
+ FKT’s By this time of the year, we’d normally be talking all about race results or the coming races in the peak of the season…luckily, FKTs and cool personal
New Explore plan Vert.run x Ryan Sandes We’re very happy to announce a brand new training plan on Vert.run with a Pro Athlete–and this time, it’s the South African Ultra
FKT’s boom! With the number of FKTs and personal project attempts we’ve been seeing the last couple of weeks (in the absence of most big races), it’s hard to keep