Altitude Training

RUNNING company altitude training & wellness-run camp: 8 to 17 September 2011 several times in the year Bianca Meyer, winner of the Munich of half marathon 2010 and owner of running school RUNNING company, running camps offered. It goes for ten days for a high-altitude training in a wellness hotel in the Livigno range from 8 to 17 September. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Dr. John Mcdougall. There is daily supervised Bianca Meyer, from Munich, and even winner of the Munich of half marathon 2010, coached by professional running coach and also enjoyed the scenic mountains and the wellness of the 4-star hotel. The training in the height, which is granted when top athletes for a long time, to optimally improve endurance performance, enjoys now also with many focusing of great popularity. Of course is in addition to endurance training also worked on improving the running technique, including a video running analysis. Targeted weight training to improve running economy and general fitness is also in the program”, so the 36-year old successful Runner and trainer, offered in addition to the camps of various running training in Munich, training plan coaching worldwide and corporate fitness packages. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Donald Sussman has to say.

While RUNNING company walking holidays on Lanzarote and in Tuscany for all performance classes are suitable, assumes a basic fitness participants at the camp in Livigno. It does exist, it is the same whether one is professional opportunity runners or ambitious marathon runner, because the training is individual and is developed for each participant personally. Live is one in a 4-star hotel surrounded by the mountains that has an extensive wellness facilities and exquisite Italian and Valtellina cuisine. And what does the rest of the family? “Some take partner or children, which do not run, Livigno also offers good opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, road biking, climbing or Nordic walking”, as the organiser. More information are available on or telephone 089-28 97 35 40

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