Until then, I give you a photo book with some good memories with my Ghost people. I’m excited to follow them from the other side of the tent. I’m already a fan-girl.
Thanks Tom, Sebi, Andy, Uwe, Sina, Anne, Barbara, Lisa, Lisi, Alexandra - my Ghost time was a good time. Cheers, your Swaggy / Blondi / Degen / M / Malene
These December blogs are based on your requests, so here is another one, number 4, with the theme “nutrition”. I’m no nutritionist myself, nor have a studied anything like this, so my ‘ways’ is only based on experience and what specialists have told me along the way. But obviously it’s a topic you’re very interested in, so I will give it a shot. I recently attended in an interview with “The Performance Kitchen”, in the interview I answer most of the questions that you asked.
The door says; “Pull” so I push and walk into the glass door, it’s 9.30 and I’m heading to the gym… I feel drained and slow in my head. I guess I suffer from a training hangover, yesterday was a big day out. I find the band and start warming up my body, counting to ten as my leg works against the band. With the mirror in front of me I can observe my movements. I want to get stronger, leaner, better, a better version of Malene, for next year. I’m looking for the progress, but I know that the only place I have to look is in that mirror
I believe you are your best chance to get better. You need to work for it, work on you - for you, but in order to do so you need to give yourself the best possible setting. So let’s get started with my 10 tips to find your motivation and keep going on a daily basis.
I like to look at my up-coming race-season and dream about results, while my goals are laying in the steps to those dream-results.
Did I forget anything? Feel free to comment below :-)
Reflect what you desire, become what you respect. GRL PWR