Fell running: an introductory guide

Fell running: an introductory guide

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In Staveley, Cumbria, Morgan Donnelly, 2011 British fell-running champion, talks Kate Carter through the origins of the sport. He outlines the kit you will need and explains that no matter how much experience you have, you will always be welcome at a fell race.

Check the Fell Runners Association website for information on upcoming races.

http://fellrunner.org.uk

Comments

Thokko says:

Excellent introduction to fell running! I think all shoe reviewers who review shoes designed for fell running should understand that fell running shoes have thin midsoles because terrain that one runs on provides the cushioning.

Joseph Bowden says:

Swag

Eoghan Quigley says:

inov8

T4C says:

Fell running barefeet is crazy given the fact many mt runs are rocky. As regards how to get started,,,find a hill and start to run up it slowly

Carlos Barranco says:

“whole horseshoe of hills”

JustifyJustin says:

The domain of the ectomorph. The closer you are to pure sinew the better 😉

Aron Tesfay says:

It makes perfect sense to do it barefoot because the last thing you want going up a hill is extra weight on your feet

eaglelegend1 says:

What a great film

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