London Marathon Race Review

My last race was in February 2020. I had two marathons planned in 2020, Boston and New York. Neither of those happened obviously. Both were moved to 2021, but Boston reduced their field size, so no Boston for me in 2021. Instead I got the chance to run London, which I obviously took, since it’s... Continue Reading →

Reykjavik 10k

Due to the pandemic my last race was a 5k in February of 2020. Since then basically all races have been cancelled. Now that the everything is slowly starting back up again I've been planning races again, but obviously there are no guarantees of them going ahead. When Iceland was one of the first countries... Continue Reading →

AI training plans: TrainAsOne vs Trenara

In some countries races have already started again, in some they haven’t, but a lot of races are currently planned to take place this fall, including a lot of major marathons. You might be making plans for your fall races and might also be considering training plans. You could obviously train without one or get... Continue Reading →

Virtual Boston Marathon Race Review

After years of trying, I finally managed to get a bib for the 2020 Boston Marathon. I also managed to get a bib for the 2020 New York Marathon. So, 2020 would be a great running year. And then Corona happened. Boston got moved from April to September. At the beginning of the year this... Continue Reading →

OOfos OOmg low review

OOfos makes recovery footwear. I've been using their sandals for a couple of years now and I think they're great. Especially after very long runs, but I also just wear them in the summer instead of regular flip-flops, because they have good arch support. However, I live in a country where it isn't always warm... Continue Reading →

Half marathons for slow runners

I've already written a list with Marathons for slow runners and I've also written about the Marathon Majors and their cut off times. So, I thought I also do a list with half marathons and their cut off times. It is a bit easier to find a half with a longer cut off time than it... Continue Reading →

Best running shoes of 2019

I reviewed 19 pairs of running shoes in 2019: 361 Degrees 361 Degrees Strata 3 The Strata 3 is the new mid-to-high mileage stability shoe by 361 Degrees. It has a new lacing system and is a nice plush ride. The Strata 3 is a good long, slow run training shoe for those looking for... Continue Reading →

Christmas gifts for runners 2019

I've written a gift guide in 2018 and in 2017. So, it's time for the updated version. Flipbelt I've been using a Flipbelt for years now. Most running clothes just don't have enough pockets or the pockets are too small to hold your phone, keys and other things you want to take with you while... Continue Reading →

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