I have had a tough but wonderful break from Running Training!
Hard not to run but it’s time to start again ❤️🌹
It’s been a love hate relationship but taking new courses has keep my mind off running.
Although a lot of the times I catch myself dreaming of the time I ram Mont Blanc and and and…
Full blood tests, health checks and NUTRITION ARE IN PLACE.
Back to my routine and strength training, technical training for trail and now the distances and miles will start again!
Can’t wait to be every day in nature!
My favorite Winter Marathon and a couple of Ultras to get points for some big races.
A great coach, training plan and Nutrition…. I got it right before and now the focus begins.
I am ready! It’s will be tough to start the small distances and a Marathon a day is perfect for me but I have to follow my plan.
ou can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing, and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you.” – Maya Angelou
The day I have been waiting for!!
It’s time to run! What I do best.. Ultra distances are my passion and nature is calling!!!
Food for my soul ❤️🌹
@bodyartzuerich and @zuufitness have given me@incredible strength… now to go the distance.
What are your goals? 5km, half Marathon? 56km? 100km? 120? 150? I have enjoyed the stamina now for a little more speed ❤️🌹 ... See MoreSee Less
12 Brain Health Tips From the Experts Including, Dr. Joseph Maroon
In an upcoming article by Lynn Allison for Healthy Living, NEWSMAX MAXLIFE Newsletter, Neurosurgeon and Wellness Expert, Dr. Joseph Maroon, was asked to contribute to the a list of 12 of the worst/best brain health tips.
Dr. Maroon’s response: “use it or lose it” adage applies not only to our bodies but also to our brains. “Exercise is essential to keep both in peak performance,” he says. “Chemicals are emitted by exercising the muscles that result in the release of very important growth factors in the brain. “Exercise is the ‘fertilizer’ for the formation of new brain cells, new synaptic connections, and neuroplasticity.”
Learn more at the Blog Post link below...
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In meinem neuen Buch präsentiere ich ein Konzept, das auf den Prinzipien "sich sammeln - fokussieren - fließen" basiert. Diese Fähigkeiten zur Stressresilienz sind bereits in uns vorhanden, aber oft durch den Alltag überlagert. Ein "Reset" hilft, diese Fähigkeiten wieder zu aktivieren und sich auf das Wesentliche zu konzentrieren.
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