It’s hump day and it’s time to make sure you’ve got you’re weekend adventure planned. I’ll run a half marathon on the trail and take my kids hiking this weekend. Tomorrow I get to take a road running friend of mine out on his first trail run.
Here is some other stuff to inspire you to get out and adventure.
That is a hilarious video from REI for April fools. Still both my wife and I said: But there is something to the idea. I wonder if someone will do anything like it that’s not a joke.
Yup close to my heart because I’m Canadian. The only draw back, in my mind, to a few is that they’re popular so I’ll have to share the trail too much. As the weather gets nicer I usually head deeper into to the backcountry or start super early so I beat the rush on the popular trails and I’m way back off them when others are starting.
Maybe you’re adventure can be helping someone els have an adventure. This is a US based site that pairs up sighted guides with visually impaired runners. You call out the course as they run with you so that they can have an adventure. We far too often take our relative good health as a something everyone has.
This is a stellar video about how to run 100 miles. The story of two friends that decide to run 100 miles together.
So funny and it shows the pain and ecstasy of running and training. If you want to run a 100 miles, you have lots of training to do.
This is a pretty fun video about riding bikes in the snow. I was never into the steep stuff like they have now, but it always makes me smile.
Cool quick video to get you training as the warmer weather comes in my neck of the woods. Yup I’ve been missing climbing these last few years with kids. Mountain running is fun, but I want to get on more rock in my runs.
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