I am a mother, woman and a passionate runner.
It was not planned, it just formed and developed to this unity, that I call my life.
From the age of 27, children started arriving as wonderful gifts into my life, and duly managed to turn it upside down as well. They changed my emotional values, my daily routines, and my happy-go-lucky life ended up backstage. This was 11 years ago, and since then, my life’s rhythm has slowly changed. So in effect, my own personal time, – parallel with my role as a mother, which I consider to be the most natural form of bonding in ones life – I found in sports.
I noticed that women see as an almost unattainable and unrealistic goal to have flat, muscular belly after childbirth. I also noticed that the majority of them fancy and desire it. I knew I liked it too- I always did – but I also knew that
Powered by POLAR Hungary What the Vienna Half Marathon was like? not a very diplomatic view on the world famous event The reports from my races are never usually about how I get in shape, or how I did at the race. My own personal
I think we can all agree on the fact, that running is a global phenomenon. It is of course not by coincidence. Your “legs are always on hand” as it is mostly an instinctive form of movement. Regardless of weather conditions, or terrain, one
A sense of guilt Most women experience difficulties not only physical, but also emotional getting back into shape and exercising after giving birth to a child. And I am not thinking about the sort of emotional, “I am too tired to start”,
Part 2 – Giving birth and nursing In the first part of the article series I was talking about my feelings during pregnancy, how did I do sports and what was my diet. Now this part will give you and inside and some facts and
Part 1 – Pregnancy Well then, let’s discuss a typically girly subject. I get a lot of questions about how one can maintain workout, running while being pregnant, or after a pregnancy. When can we start working out, running
How do I stay motivated? What motivates me? The answer is very simple: I motivate myself. Since I am always running: when I am happy, when I am sad, when tired, when I feel energetic, in case I want company, if I want to be alone,
How to define your cruising pace (basic running pace) Powered by Polar In my last article I wrote about the different calculation methods, which are fundamental to be able to determine the taylor-made heart zones for the different
What is HRR? What is a „cruising speed”? Part One Powered by Polar Last time while doing our Polar test work out sessions, our focus was on what really matters for runners, namely: the pulse. Most beginners, run the same length at
WHAT I EAT? In my last article I promissed to draft an average day of mine from the eating point of view. BREAKFAST: I did not use to eat breakfast some years ago, however I have consciously taken the decision to make
How I eat Among the questions I get related to the exercises I do, the other most asked topic is what and how I eat. I know there are people out there who think that I don’t at all, as much as I know there are those out there who
Teaching kids about sports One of my main motivation in sports, is to integrate it in to my kids lives. My aim is, to make it flow in their blood vessels, to make it an integrated part of their lives, not just an option, but the most