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kilian jornet
Playing in the mountains • Interested in sports science and environment • athlete • To contact me ➡️
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kilian jornet 5h
The best evening runs: trying to reach the summit before the shadow!
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kilian jornet 7h
Replying to @Vicenteubeda
Esta es la buena pregunta. Porque compite (o sigue compitiendo) un atleta? Y hay el mismo numero de respuestas que atletas... hay algunos que van a necesitar estabilidad, otros cambio constante o puntual...
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kilian jornet 8h
Replying to @Vicenteubeda
Depende del tipo de atletas y los objetivos. Es distinto para atletas en formación, élite... para equipos o atletas individuales, depende también de la personalidad del deportista.
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kilian jornet 14h
Best way to end a day!
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kilian jornet Aug 8
On August 21, 2013 I fulfilled one of my childhood dreams, setting a new speed record on the Cervino. This month is the 7th anniversary of a magical challenge that I remember these days in my blog =>
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kilian jornet Aug 6
Replying to @kilianj
Sabéis paginas web con informaciones sobre restricciones locales/temorales de acceso a la montaña por razones ecológicas? (p.ej: no escalar x pajaros, zonas de erosión...)
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kilian jornet Aug 6
Replying to @kilianj
Connaisez vous des sites web ou rétrouver des infos sur les restrictions locales /temprelles d'accés en montagne pour la protection de l'environment ? (p.e: interdiction de grimper x oisseaux, zones d'erossion...)
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kilian jornet Aug 6
Do you know some website/s to find information about local/ seasonal outdoor access restrictions for environmental protection? (for example: dates to not to climb because birds, sensitive areas to not enter...)
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kilian jornet Aug 4
An excellent article about training in the social media era 👌
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kilian jornet Aug 3
Sports, food, body weight, performance... To loss weight by cutting intake is a shortcut that gives fast results in a short period but have high consequences in the long term. Thanks for speaking up about it
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kilian jornet Aug 3
Scrambling at its best. Pic by Håvard Dalen
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kilian jornet Aug 3
One of the most important things we can do to fight climate change is to tell our governments that we want change. Constantly. EU is consulting on that:
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kilian jornet Aug 2
Visting 4 faces of a single mountain. W-S-N-E at Store Vengetind.
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Salomon Aug 2
Small patch of snow, BIG fun. making the most of his playground.
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Brad Stulberg Jul 30
Everyone wants to be SUCCESSFUL. But few people take the time and energy to define the success they want. As a result, they spend most, if not all, of their lives chasing what society superimposes on them as success. This makes them unhappy. There's a better way. (A thread.)
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kilian jornet Jul 29
Replying to @arjona_manu @BStulberg
Exactly, people want to focus on the 1% marginal gains because are easier to achieve than the “boring” 99% that it is simple but not fancy and demands patience and long term commitment.
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Brad Stulberg Jul 29
What do you know? The best ultra-endurance athlete on the planet, , secrets to success? A carb-heavy diet. Eating when you’re hungry. Drinking when you’re thirsty. Getting a consistent amount of rest. So simple. But not easy. (Many gems in here.)
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kilian jornet Jul 29
Replying to @StephenSeiler
Stress ( from exercise but also external) to determine the recovery to create the adaptations. Also the concentration capacity (to keep high focus and take accurate decisions)
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kilian jornet Jul 27
Com sempre grans coses les que fa en
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kilian jornet Jul 26
Replying to @grantgarrett
Cams sling works like a “via ferrata” kit to protect for a steep, being the Omega pacific link cams you get a 0.7-3 size in one, so it is useful when going to unknown terrain. The rope is a 5mm dynema 30m for abseiling down, normally I use some rock block / shape as anchor.
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