Each season its sport
My passion for sports doesn't end with cycling, swimming or running. I like to play sports in nature and adapt my activity to the conditions of the moment. To the rhythm of my heartbeat and amazed by the landscapes that surround me, I feel a deep gratitude for what I live and for the healthy body that carries me.
As the biking season is slowly coming to an end and there is not enough snow yet for ski touring, I recently tested mountain biking in the snow! Nothing better to have fun and soak up the sun on the sunny sides of our mountains in November.
My equipment: electric mountain bike (with good suspensions and wide tires), helmet, old usable clothes and sturdy gloves.
Itinerary: start with something easy to warm up and then go wherever you desire and your endurance takes you to.
Tips: using the "Eco" mode as long (and often) as possible will allow more intense cardio work and also to have enough battery for difficult, steep, technical or even slippery passages (and to return to the starting point without a problem).
It's your turn! Sensations and fun guaranteed!
A POWERFUL BREATHING TECHNIQUE
This breath cleanses your airway and strengthens your lungs. Ideal during this special period that we are all living!
HOW TO START?
Not so long ago, I thought running on hills was impossible. Yet, I wanted to try to learn how to manage the effort. Here is how...
AN AUTUMN IN GREAT SHAPE
I drink infusions of sage and take spirulina every morning.
THE SAME FOR THE PAST 20 YEARS!
I have received this recipe from a friend, who like me is in perfect health! Thanks to the antioxidant properties of its ingredients, his juice has definitely contributed to my children's health too.
When the drudgery of "walking the dog" becomes an opportunity to push myself and do a workout that I hadn't "planned".
BOOST YOUR DAY!
Every morning, I prepare a fresh vegetable and fruit juice. Juicing has been part of my morning routine for the past 20 years.
TOO HOT TO TRAIN?
Is it too hot to do your favorite outdoor activity? Were you not able to get out early enough in the morning to avoid the heat? When this happens to me and still feel like sweating, I get my yoga mat and... here I am doing 15 minutes of push ups and abs.
When my yoga teacher is on holiday, it isn't always easy to stay motivated to spend more than 20 minutes on the mat. This is what helps me do a bit more: first, when I get up in the morning, I get dressed for a yoga session.