The days between the end of January and early February are traditionally thought to be the coldest of the year. Here are some useful tips not only to face this period, but also to face winter in the most appropriate way; whether it’s a simple walk in the city or a hike in the mountains.
“She has to do it with all the instinct that nature has put in her body. Sometimes she hits the target, sometimes she doesn’t. Nevertheless, a mother can’t even embody the character of William Tell, even if we can put ourselves in the shoes of Robin Hood: we deprive ourselves of different things in order
I always thought it was better to do a few races, but prepare well. Unfortunately, however, I find myself in a strange period of my sporting life and more often I miss the time to do the training I want.
Today I tell you about a love at first sight. Do you know when your stomach hurts and you start stuttering in front of someone you like? So was it for me at the arrival of Locarno Triathlon last Saturday (especially because apart from love, I swam without a wetsuit!).
Ibiza is known by everyone for being the island of fun and nightlife. However, not many people know that it hides dreamy views overlooking the Mediterranean and a still wild nature in which to practice different sports.
“Not a diet, but a lifestyle. Not for him, but for me. Not for a day, but every day. Not to feel good in a dress, but to feel good in my body. Not for the beach, but for the mind. Not for a competition, but for the competition I created for myself to become
As I told you, on September 7th I will participate in my first triathlon, the Locarno triathlon. For this reason I am starting to inform myself about the purchase of the right equipment in view of the category that I am going to compete in.
To explain why I decided to run the Valmalenco Ultra Trail Relay on July 19th-20th, I need to go back a bit and tell you a little story. It is the first week of June, the heat is beginning to be felt but it certainly does not stop my passion for the mountains.
When I arrive at a new place the first thing I do is try to find out what there is to do and see. It is an instinctive gesture, often at the limits of the rational: in fact, I drag all the people who accompany me in hours and hours of excursions ending up losing