Equipment

The competitions I participate in are extremely remote areas with extreme weather conditions where the longest day trial I have had is thirty hours. Equipment, shoes and clothing can not fail in these competitions as there will not be "spare parts" during the six days the competition is taking place.

The development of equipment and clothing changes with each new collection and, more often than not, several times a year. As I have Oslo Sportslager as a sponsor on clothing and equipment, I can choose from all leading manufacturers and the best quality. With time and with a special interest, I have acquired very good expertise and experience in quality and function for what works in the different environments. For the final decisions regarding equipment, shoes and clothing, I use the expertise of the staff at Oslo Sportslager.

Erfaring med hengekøye i regnskog

Jeg skulle til Peru for å konkurrere i Jungle Ultra som går gjennom regnskogen Amazonas. Dette var et etappeløp med full oppakning og arrangøren hadde pålagt oss å medbringe hengekøye med myggnetting som beskyttelse mot malariamygg og andre kryp. Telt var ikke aktuelt på grunn av alle kryp og den […]

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When should I replace my running shoes?

Spring is here and many find the good old running shoes to get in shape. Many are very eager and run more the first month than what they have done together this past year. The result is often "injury injuries" and other "injuries" that stop the running career for a while and [...]

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Nice advertisement article produced by Garmin to the finance newspaper's magazine «Sports & Leisure».

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Frode Lein - 2016

Running Frequency and Sensor Sensor

Within race technique, the frequency of the number of steps per minute is one of the most discussed areas. Your racing rate will be directional in order to be more efficient and reduce the basis for damage. Running speed optimization is based on the number of steps per minute and 180 is the magic number intended to [...]

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Pulse Oximeter

For several years Garmin has had heart rate monitor in the form of green light under the bells. In addition, the Garmin Fenix ​​5x Plus has been equipped with a red light - pulse oximeter that measures oxygen saturation in the blood. Pulse oximeter is often used by people who move at high altitudes and should be acclimatized. But measurement [...]

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Desert Race Equipment in India

You are alone, and in seven days you will do yourself with what is in your backpack, through an irreplaceable desert. Equipment, shoes and clothing can not fail in this type of competition. This type of stage race includes several important elements: Running, nutrition, clothing, hiking and expedition equipment for extreme conditions. With [...]

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Clothing for Desert Run in India

When choosing clothing, it is important to think that the choices made will be on the body for seven days in extreme heat, out in a desert without shower and washing facilities. In addition, there are cacti, bushes with thorns and a sack that rubs both [...]

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Footwear for desert races in India

In front of a race, most people have a lot of focus on shoes and I'm no exception. I had seen a pair of new shoes from Altra that I wanted to run in the desert race India. But the skiing from Altra did not come to Norway before I was leaving, so with [...]

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Spells for running and hufsing

I have tested spells for several years and practice spells every Monday when I have running, hip and ski training with Nittedal Banquet Racers. By using spells in exercise, remember: balance, support and core muscles are relieved - not strengthened. Why use spells? In some competitions I have chosen to [...]

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Accommodation in extreme cold

In the competition Yukon Arctic Ultra, the temperature ranged from -43 to down to -54 celsius and equipment for accommodation in the wilderness was not only important but vital. Me and my tent mate Asbjørn mastered this cold probably best of all participants. Not only did we survive without frostbite, but we had it comfortably [...]

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Equipment for 50 miles in 50 minus

In the competition Yukon Arctic Ultra we had to keep ourselves with all the equipment, clothing and food. As there is extreme cold and accommodation in tents, we had to use the pulk to get all that was required of obligatory equipment and self-chosen star. Pulk When I was in the starting line of Yukon [...]

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Running shoes for 50 miles in 50 minus

Yukon Arctic Ultra, 300 miles boasts of being "The Hardest and Coldest Ultra Race in the World". Two years ago it was +3 celsius and this year (2018) the long-term forecast was reported -20 celsius for the race days. I chose to bring three types of running shoes for winter placed in [...]

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