Come and watch special film screening of Langtang, a film by champion ultra-runner Kilian Jornet, on the anniversary of the Nepal earthquake. With our Like the Wind team we’re brining you the opportunity to watch this amazing Langtang film and support… Continue Reading
It’s fair to say that I quite like putting my body and mind through extremes not only in sport but also in my life. Having just come back from ‘adventure holiday’ in Mongolia where I spent ten days in mild -40… Continue Reading
Running in extreme temperatures, hot or extremely cold requires a different approach to training but not only that, you will also need to pick your running kit wisely. Very wisely! I’ve learned my lesson during the preparation for my last… Continue Reading
A picture is worth a thousand words… For me, photographs act as a warehouse where I store my memories and feelings. No one can capture the moments and emotions without saying a single word better than the photos. Uber-powerful, that’s… Continue Reading
Someday everything will make perfect sense. So for now, laugh at the confusion, smile through the tears, and keep reminding yourself that everything happens for a reason. The first stage of planning to do something big makes everything seem so… Continue Reading
What do you do when you can’t run? Thanks to recent happenings in my running schedule I had a bit of extra time on my hands which meant more surfing on Internet, learning new things as well as procrastinating. I’ve managed… Continue Reading
What’s your outdoors dream? Isn’t it time you make it happen? Back in September I was invited to spend two days in the Dachstein mountains in Austria to find out more about Adidas Outdoors’ latest campaign called #ClaimFreedom. It was a great event… Continue Reading
It’s Friday the 13th and I’m sitting in the office with my right leg up – a bag of frozen cauliflower covers my ankle from right to left. My sock is wet, toenails blue and the whole feet is numb… Continue Reading
We must take adventures in order to know where we truly belong. After cycling across Scotland, running around Mont Blanc and doing my first Ultra mountain race I wanted and needed a new adventure. Something new to focus on, big enough to challenge me… Continue Reading
When I first moved to London I thought that trail running and this city simply don’t go together. No mountains, no hills, no trails just super-flat parks, roads and a lot of concrete. Well tough sh*t, Lenka – your trail running career… Continue Reading
Calling all outdoorsy women out there, let’s make this change happen together! Latest post on Emelie Forsberg’s Facebook page about a project called Oxygen immediately caught my attention. The stats she shared were shocking and I still can’t believe that; Over… Continue Reading
Some people go to visit famous Churches around the world. I too. They might look slightly different but they’re all sacred places in their own sense…
Give a girl the right leggings, and she will conquer the world’ [me, adapted from Marilyn Monroe] A couple of years ago there was a real shortage of colourful running tights. Black, blue and shades of grey were the only colours available.
I hate shopping. I’ve got a one or two shops where I go if I need something…and that’s pretty much it. BUT ask me about my runningdrobe….that’s a completely different story! My running clothes counts for 70% of my wardrobe (if not more).
I felt totally over-the-moon when my lovely friend, superwoman and a badass CrossFit-er Georgina came up with this recipe for my blog.. You definitely need to check her out – head over to her blog (Fitcetera) where she talks about all things… Continue Reading