100 km Training Update


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The Goal

Run The North Face 100km in Thailand, February 2020.

Training Update

The count down is on, serious training starts in July!

For the last few months I have been trialling a few different training techniques and types of equipment. In preparation for the North Face 100 km trail run.

Hydration Vest

I settled on the Nathan Vapor Air 2.0.

About 50 km’s plus run so far and nothing but pure pleasure.

For sizing go bigger than you normally would.

I have the L-XXXL size and that’s opened to it’s maximum which is perfect for me. (172cm and 80kg)

Nathan Vapor Air 7L 2.0 Hydration Vest Black/Charcoal/Nuclear Yellow
VAPORAIR 2.0 7 LITER HYDRATION PACK

Trail Running Shoes

I can’t go past the Hoka One One, Challenger ATR 5 Mesh.

I have trained over 250 kms in these shoes, which includes 60 plus kms on the road and they still look brand new!

Hoka One One, Challenger ATR 5 Mesh.

Lightweight Quick Dry Shirts

When running anything over 10 kms the climalite running shirt is the only shirt I will wear.

We all know there is nothing worse than chaffing. So for the details but I have serious enough chaffing that bleeding was constant.

adidas Men's Climalite
Adidas Climalite

Techfit Running Shorts

Again due to chaffing compression shorts are a must. They are plenty of great shorts on the market. But Adidas Techfit is such a long lasting short that I’m happy to stay with them.

Adidas Techfit Base 9-Inch Shorts

 

Author: Shane

Why is trail running taking over my life?

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