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Coaching & Medical Advice

Avoiding buzzy friends – Tips for protecting yourself against mosquitoes

Mosquito bites are irritating and unpleasant.  These little bugs are everywhere, especially in outdoor warm and humid areas.  Are there anything we…  Weiterlesen

Coach Monty – Festive Frivolity, Feasts and the Fells

With the festive season right upon us, it can either be a fine art balancing a carefully planned training program amongst glorious temptations of…  Weiterlesen

Coach Monty – Training for Running in the Heat

If you are thinking of running a GlobalLimits challenge, the chances are you will experience a little 'heat!' For everything GlobalLimits and the many…  Weiterlesen

Coach Nathan Montague on running GlobalLimits Albania – The Hidden Treasure

Considering ‘The Hidden Treasure’ or already signed up? You will need bravery, strength and valour, of which this Sovereign state stands for, to…  Weiterlesen

Nathan’s 7 tips for successful reflection and building on success

With the end of another season impending, this is an important time to reflect on the obstacles you have faced in the past year, but also the goals…  Weiterlesen

Optimizing hydration for great race performance by Dr Ryan Paterson

In ultra-distance racing communities, it is well understood that low-hydration (hypo-hydration) can led to decreased aerobic performance. Many people…  Weiterlesen

Multi-day Fuelling: Stage Racing Nutrition – Coach Month’s Key Tips for Stage Racing Nutrition by Nathan Montague

When we talk about race nutrition it is important to look at this nutrition in totality to include everything that passes you through your lips…  Weiterlesen

Nathan Montague about Coaching tips for GlobalLimits Albania – The Hidden Treasure

GlobalLimits Albania - The Hidden Treasure is a gem of a route. Runnable but rugged enough to take the sting out of the tail. Here…  Weiterlesen

First expedition advice – Blister care by Dr Ryan Paterson

On Blisters, Ryan says: "Experienced runners can have blisters as foot conditions change and when race conditions are not identical to training…  Weiterlesen


Interviews

Dec 2019 - Lynn Robinson (UK) on running as a Vegan

Please introduce yourself (and something on your choice of diet - how long have you been a running vegan?) Lynn Robinson, 51 years young, originally…  Weiterlesen

Sept 2019 - Christina Khinast (Austria (in German and English)

Stelle Dich bitte kurz vor. Ich bin Christina Khinast, 48 Jahre, und nehme schon seit meiner Jugend an Laufbewerben teil. Meinen ersten Marathon lief…  Weiterlesen

Sept 2019 - Derek Kwik (Hong Kong)

1. Derek, please introduce yourself. My name is Derek Kwik and I am based in Hong Kong. I am just a below average runner who thoroughly enjoys pain…  Weiterlesen

June 2019 - Joel Anderson (USA)

Please introduce yourself (where are you from? what do you do? Your race experiences?)  Hi my name is Joel Anderson, I live in Boulder Colorado USA.…  Weiterlesen

Dec 2018 - Juan Ricardo Ferrero (Argentina) (in Spanish and English)

1. Por favor, preséntese.  Soy Juan Ricardo Ferrero de Córdoba, Argentina. Mi profesión es Abogado y soy Director Ejecutivo de la Revista Digital…  Weiterlesen

Dec 2018 - Kevin Webber (UK)

My name is Kevin Webber, I am just an ordinary guy, 53, married, 3kids and 2 cats. I ran loads of half marathons in my 20s and a few…  Weiterlesen

Sept 2018 - Michael Traub (USA)

1. Please introduce yourself (where are you from? what do you do? Your race experiences?). Michael Traub – Denver, CO, USA I work as an independent…  Weiterlesen

Sept 2018 - Mario Machado (Portugal) /Course Director

1. Please you introduce yourself. GlobalLimits Cambodia – The Ancient Khmer Path 2017 was my 100th ultra! I discovered running race in 1961.  I was…  Weiterlesen

June 2018 - Tommy Chen (Taiwan) Runner (In English and traditional Chinese)

Still only in his early thirties, Tommy Chen has already made numerous records in various ultra challenges across the world.  He had chosen the path…  Weiterlesen