Trail – 10 races you should run at least once in your life

Trail – 10 races you should run at least once in your life

Today we are talking about 10 races that will take you to the most inhospitable places in the world, from going through deserts, to traverse islands and circle mountains, always accompanied by extreme temperatures. These races are only for hardcore-trail lovers. Have you participated in any of these 10 races? If so, tell us your experience in the comments! 10 trail races that will test your limitations Ultra Trail del Mont Blanc: UTMB is one of the most famous events in the world. During the week of the UTMB, 5 events take place at the same time at Mont Blanc, gathring more than 7.000 people in the highest mountain in Europe. If you hadn’t make it to the race, you can always follow it live from their website. Tor des Geants: Tor des Geants will take us to surround the “4 giants” at Val d’Aosta, the Italian Alps. These giants (or “geants”) sill take us surround the mountainside of the Montblanc, Grand Paradiso, Monte Rosso and Cervino, and in order to win you will need to avoid sleeping: winners tend to end the course in 3 days, although the organizers will give you 6 days to go through its 330 kilometres. Tor des Geants is not a challenge for everybody, and many people can spend years trying to get a slot. Kima Trophy: also in Italy, the Kima Trophy takes place in Val Masino, north of the country. Kima Trophy is a biannunal race with a 52 kilometres itinerary and 4200 metres of vertical drop. Kima Trophy is also a pioneer in skyrunning races. Zegama: we travel now to  Zegama at Basque Country in...
Athletes you should follow on social media

Athletes you should follow on social media

Are you starting to train and you need motivation and help to do it correctly? Would you like to know what are the others doing while you are training? We suggest this list of athletes that you should follow on social media, to be updated about what happens around you: Too Fat to Run?:  Fattymustrun has a challenge: to get 1 million overweight and inactive women running. In her blog, Julie provides support for larger woman who want to start (or are already) running. This blog is about empowering other women to start running and overcome their insecurities, and if you check her Twitter profile or blog, you will see that she’s making a huge change. Julie is also a motivational speaker and an author of the book “New Year, Same Me”. Check her blog here: http://toofattorun.co.uk/ Lazy Girl Running:  As a runner of ultra-distance, marathons and triathlons, Laura uses her Twitter account to motivate her readers to use running as a tool to overcome limitations or difficulties. She owns a blog and has also written two books: “The Lazy Runner” and “Tricurious”. Definitely she has no time to be bored! http://www.lazygirlrunning.com The 5K runner: The5kRunner is a great resource for beginners to the sport. The blog, owned by 3 people, contains tips for those who are getting started in triathlon and duathlon, but also reviews on all kind of gadgets for running, especially watches. You can check their blog here: https://the5krunner.com/  Randall Wharton:  Many of you can relate to Randall’s story: he started running on 2012, when he was 39 years old, overweighed and unfit. Since then, he has been counting kilometres and...
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