HOW TO SET EFFECTIVE GOALS FOR THE LAKELAND 50/100
Each month we'll be publishing a series of guest blogs written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 5 time Montane Lakeland 100 finisher. In this edition Dr Boardley takes a look at how you can most effectively set your performace and process goals. To read the second installment CLICK HERE.
RUN EVERYDAY DECEMBER (RED)
Do you struggle for motivation to run throughout the darkest months of winter? Montane Lakeland Family and Sunderland Stroller legend Tony Allen is here to help! Tony set up a Facebook group called Run Everyday December with his friends three years ago. The idea was based upon December being a 'nothing month' with very few races and motivation at an all time low. Tony thought it would be fun to have his mates running everyday of the month, but it grew into something much bigger. To read more CLICK HERE.
GOAL SETTING FOR SUCCESS
Each month we'll be publishing a series of guest blogs written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 5 time Montane Lakeland 100 finisher. Throughout the series Dr Boardley will address goal setting and race day planning. To read the first installment CLICK HERE.
MONTANE LAKELAND 100 & 50, CHARITY ENTRIES FOR 2017
There will be 250 charity places available at 9am September 8th 2016. These 250 places are not split/allocated specifically to either the 50 or 100. For more information regarding the charity entries CLICK HERE.
MONTANE LAKELAND 100 & 50 ENTRIES OPEN SEPTEMBER 1ST 9AM
Entries for the 2017 Montane Lakeland 50 & 100 events will be open Thursday September 1st at 09:00am. Please take some time to read the entry criteria, terms and conditions beforehand by CLICKING HERE.
MONTANE LAKELAND 100 & 50 FINAL DETAILS
There's just a few days to go until runner descend upon Coniston for this year's Montane Lakeland 50 & 100. There are some FINAL details which you need to read before making the trip. CLICK HERE to read the final details.
MONTANE LAKELAND 1 FUN RUN
The Montane Lakeland 1 is a 1 mile fun run (walk or run) which takes place at 6:30pm, to follow the start of the 100 mile event. Last year we had 175 children, parents and grandparents taking part. If you've never done the Lakeland 50 & 100 before, you may not be aware of the fantastic Mr Fox, who is planning another dance routine to get things warmed up. To read more and to watch the dance CLICK HERE.
MONTANE LAKELAND 100 & 50 COMPETITOR NOTES 2016
MONTANE LAKELAND 50 & 100 PHOTO COMPETITION
This year, we're running a photo competition on social media. Your snaps should include you and your training partners or fellow competitors. Include the hashtags #furtherfaster and #lakelandfamily posting them on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. You can post beforehand and during the event weekend. Best pictures will win a prize at the Sunday presentation!!
LAKELAND 100 GOAL SETTING
This is the third of a series of guest blogs as we build towards the Montane Lakeland 50 & 100, written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 4 time Lakeland 100 finisher. Over the next two blogs Dr Boardley will address goal setting and race day planning. To read the blog in full CLICK HERE.
MONTANE LAKELAND 100 & 50 RACE NUMBERS
EPIC KIDZ & MONTANE LAKELAND 100 DONATE £10,000 TO LAKE DISTRICT SEARCH & RESCUE MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION
Epic Kidz has donated £10,000, raised from Montane Lakeland 50 & 100 entries, to the Lake District Search and Rescue Mountain Association (LDSARMA).
The LDSARMA is the umbrella body for mountain rescue teams in Cumbria and is a registered charity solely funded by voluntary contributions. To read the blog in full CLICK HERE.