Summer Training

Summer Training with Nike+ is a great FUN. I run and take pictures and NIKE+ measures my distance and speed and location with GPS. After run all I have to do is approve my best shots and select the data I wanna showcase and it creates and shares beautiful pictures of mine over 4 social media platforms.

I also compete with people from all over the word. We create and participate challenges and try to be the first one to complete it. Some of them is as short as 5K and others maybe a 1500K for the whole year.

You can complete various badges and view all your activities. I use the Coach function to get ready for the Half Marathon in September. My training start 3 months before the race. All I had to do is set the Race date and select the intensity of the training. It set up a complete training plan and it will kick off 30th June. I still have 2 weeks to prepare mentally and physically for the training.  The best all in all that I have a training buddy, Veronika who motivates me to run. We both running to raise money for Matthias’ surgery. Hope you enjoy the site and keep sponsoring us. Donate in pound or share the article and like our page to get to more people.

Here you can see, some of my pics. Do you use any app or device for you training? Share it with us.

1st WeRunForMatthias team training #nikeplus #werunformatthias #richmondrunningfestival

Another sunny run! 5K challenge! #nikeplus #werunformatthias #afterrunselfie #runnerscommunity #5kchallenge

Next goal to keep this distance >1h #nikeplus #werunformatthias #runnerscommunity #running

Favourite running path!!! #nikeplus #werunformatthias #runnerscommunity #running #thebreakfastclubchallenge

Managed to get home before the heavy rain! #nikeplus #werunformatthias #iloverichmond #richmondrunningfestival check out our website werunformatthias.wordpress.com

#nikeplus #werunformatthias #irun #instarunners #running #runnerscommunity www.werunformatthias.wordpress.com

www.werunformatthias.com #nikeplus #running #runnerscommunity #irun #iloverichmond #richmondrunningfestival #werunformatthias

www.werunformatthias.com #nikeplus #running #runnerscommunity #werunformatthias #instarunners #iloverichmond #richmondrunningfestival

 

Training doesn’t stop

My kitty woke me up quite early this morning and after only 6h of sleep I surprisingly didn’t feel too tired. Stupidly I had a latte around 8pm last night at work (FYI I don’t drink coffee at all) and the caffeine effect worked until about 2am and I couldn’t sleep.
Anyway… I still went for a run as planned, even tho half way it started pouring the rain. I ran 8.40km and it was one of the best runs I’ve done so far. I felt great and still had enough energy to run more but had to return back home and get ready for work.
I have explored new routes and met some geese on the way (oh boy they were quite aggressive as they had babies around).

Don’t give up even if the weather isn’t according to your plans. We are on the mission here to inspire others and most importantly to raise money for Matthias. Please click on the just giving donation button and drop us a £1 or few 🙂

Have a lovely day everyone. Keep moving! 😘

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Check out my 10K running path

Colnbrook-T5 10KFrom Colnbrook run towards T5 Heathrow Airport then you turn towards Stenwall Moor. Continue to Horton and then back to Colnbrook. This circle is on a road all along.

Weekend Cuties

Check out the perfectly timed pics from the GossipGirl on our blog!

36 PERFECTLY TIMED ANIMAL SHOTS

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36 PERFECTLY TIMED ANIMAL SHOTS

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Check out 36 perfectly timed animal shots. Taken with high precision but most of the time just lucky shots. Animal photography at it’s best, at least in a fun way..

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Era Lecsó

Lecso is a traditional Hungarian dish. It can be prepared in many ways depends which part of Hungary you are. My lecso is not similar to any of it as I vary the doze of ingredients to my taste. Here it is Era’s paleo way, feel free to change and make it your own! The ingredients I use are for 2 big plates.

I love meat therefore I use chopped smoked bacon (from Lidl) and Pick Spicy Paprika Sausage (from Tesco deli counter, which by the way not hot-spicy at all). I put them in a pan with some ghee and cook it for 5 minutes before I throw (3 big) chopped onions on the top. When the onion is soft I add the chopped paprika. I usually use 2 bigger paprika per person and slice them into small pieces so it becomes softer-faster. Put the kettle to boil as much water as you can and cut a shallow X around your tomato from top to top, put them in a bowl and pour the hot water on it. After a minute or two, you can carefully remove the skin of the tomato easily. Now chop it up and add it to the lecso. It will became very juicy but after another 5 minutes you can add 2 eggs to the whole stew to dense. And voila, the lecso is ready.

Enjoy your meal and do not forget if you find this post useful donate a pound or two by clicking on the justgiving.com logo on the right side. The aim is to raise money for a lifesaving surgery for Matthias. Read more about him and his journey here: http://helpmatthias.com/

 

first WeRunForMatthias team training

You can see who is always at the front and who is at the back 🙂 Pacing is not easy when you are out and about. I was lucky Vee had the right rhythm so all I had to do is to Keep Calm and Carry On!

Find your rhythm and running buddy. This way you can motivate each other and if one or another looses the pace then you know there’s someone who will motivate you to complete the run.