Some good old tire flipping never goes out of fashion.
Two hours windsurfing, a core session, then running(mostly walking..) 1100 vertical meters to the top of Paganella ski resort. A great lunch was waiting up there with the crew that drove up. Then biking the 65 from the top o Paganella and back to Lake Garda. By the time were back we has been doing activities for 11 hours straight. A monster day!
Another great day at Lake Garda. And of all the great activities here, it is the biking that impresses me the most. Narrow roads carved into the face of the mountains that rise up from the lake. And best of all; no cars!!
Core, biking, weightlifting and hobie cat sailing. Another successful day at Lake Garda. Now off to an evening beachvolley session.
Great first day here at Garda. Stretching and core morning session, then an awesome bike ride, and then a good windsurfing session. That’s so fare. Evening workout still to come. The biking here is unreal. Great roads with no cars and beautiful scenery.
This is a classic situation and you´ve all probably seen it on TV at the end of a tough game or in overtime. The problem is that I get cramps almost every time I run now. This spring I´ve been doing a lot more biking than running. Whenever I´m “home” in Innsbruck, Oslo or on Hawaii I have bikes and I use them a lot. But this week I´ve been driving around the alps, and then I don’t drag a bike with me, running shoes take a lot less room. And sure enough almost every time I go running I end up getting cramps. So to you running experts. Any advice? Never had this problem before.
It’s been a lot of talk from the racers point of view regarding the new ski regulations. Here’s what it looks like from the race departments point of view. Long days building hundreds and hundreds of new race skis to cover the need for all the whole team. And the worst is that some of these skis might only be used once before a guy like me says “softer tail, move the sidecut a 5mm back”. I might say please, but it’s still pretty brutal. But I guess that is the only way to get better. By testing, working hard and moving forward. I guess what I’m trying to say is thanks. Thanks!, for working hard and making us faster.
I’ve spent almost two weeks in Oslo this spring. It’s been nice even though judging by the weather it’s been looking more like
fall. Nice to get A taste of summer before I head back to the office in the Alps next week. This picture is taken at Bygdø. A 20min(if you speed up a little) run from town.
At a farmers party. The invitation said to dress up as a farmer. What more naturale for me than to dress up as a farmer from the alps. And what do you know, I met a friend. Cool party, good times!!