261 BARCELONA

 

261  TRAIN de TRAINER en BARCELONA 19 - 21 de MAYO 2016

261 Fearless Clubes representan un ambiente acogedor de lealtad, seguridad y amistad internacional. 261 Fearless Clubes se están estableciendo en todo el mundo. Estos Clubes ofrecen una oportunidad única de comunidad con conexiones globales para mujeres atravez del running de todas categorías y experiencias. La filosofía no competitiva del Club ofrece un ambiente seguro y acogedor para mujeres debutantes en el run. Deseas establecer y facilitar un nuevo Club 261 Fearless y llevar esta oportunidad a tu ciudad.

 

 

Compromisos para líder 261 Fearless Club

 

  • Debes ser consistente corredora femenina o walker (independientemente de la rapidez!) de por lo menos 21 años de edad

  • Debes entender el poder de correr y tienes el deseo de compartir tus experiencias y animar a otras mujeres que buscan la comunidad

  • Debes ser apasionada sobre el movimiento 261 Fearless

  • Debes vivir los valores 261 Fearless

  • No debes fumar

  • Debes comprometerte a partir un Club 261 en tu área

  • Debes asistir un curso de entrenadora 261 y para la formación de un Club 261

  • Ser capaz de realizar un grupo semanal de run para las mujeres en tu Club261 – guiado por entrenadares certificadas  261 Fearless.

  • Tus grupos son accesibles para principiantes y corredoras con experiencia

  • Tu enfocas los progamas semanales a base de los principios 261 saludables (sin nececidad de alto rendimiento)

 

 

 

¿Por qué iniciar un Club 261 Fearless?

 

 

 

  • El uso de la marca  261 Fearless conecta una historia muy emotiva que ha movido a millones de mujeres en todo el mundo

  • Eres una parte importante en el movimiento 261 que actua a nivel mundial y compartes con mujeres de todo el mundo la tarea apasionada de mejorar las vidas de mujeres a través del run

  • Gozas el prestigio de formar parte del grupo exclusivo e internacional de clubes 261 de mujeres en el mundo

  • Red con 261 Fearless y socia ejecutando clubes en todo el mundo

  • Recibes apoyo para iniciar y organizar un Club 261 con directrices, herramientas de comunicación, diseño y página web (a mediados 2016)

  • Recibes material actualizado para el entrenamiento específico y funcionamiento del tu club

  • Entrada libre para todos los miembros de tu club oficial en el mundo 261 Fearless virtual único, donde el club tienes acceso a múltiples foros sólo para mujeres (viene a mediados de 2016)

  • Visibilidad en la página Web de Fearless, Inc. 261 con enlace a tu Web local

  • Recibir ofertas atractivas y exclusivas para tus miembros incluyendo 261 Club noticias/boletín, 261 Club merchandising, descuentos en entradas a eventos 261 y eventos asociados (a partir de 2016)

  • Conocer a nuevas amigas corriendo toda la vida

 

 

261 Train the Trainer es el requisito previo para comenzar  y administrar un 261 Club para  mujeres.

 

 

El primer paso para iniciar un Club 261 es de participar en el curso Train the Trainer. En este curso de dos días, podrás aprender nuestro método exclusivo de entrenamiento y conducir integrativamente un grupo femenino, recibiendo las herramientas necesarias e información para apoyar el sistema  sano y socia. Todos los clubes 261 Fearless viven la filosofía de entrenamiento 261 como enseñado en el método exclusivo Train the Trainer.

261 Fearless Inc. entrena y apoya 261 líderes para operar su Club como una organización sin fines de lucro con una educación adicional den un día, el Business Training.

Cada líder de Club 261 debe participar en ambas capacitaciones (Train the Trainer Coaching y  Business Training) en suma 2,5 días. Para la cualificación entrenadora (261 Coach) sólo se necesita de asistir el programa Train the Trainer, que son 1,5 diás.

 

Nuestro primer 261 Train the Trainer  en España se llevara a cabo:

 

19 - 21 de Mayo en Barcelona / Spain (Coaching /Training + Business Component)

 

Para participar programa Train the Trainer, te pedimos que cumplas los siguientes requisitos:

 

 

  • Debes ser consistente corredora femenina o walker (independientemente de la rapidez!) de por lo menos 21 años de edad

  • Debes entender el poder de correr y tienes el deseo de compartir tus experiencias y animar a otras mujeres que buscan la comunidad

  • No debes fumar

  • Debes presentar certificado médico / nota de autorización de tu médico (fecha de expedición no más de medio año)

  • Debes comprometerte de iniciar un Club 261 en tu área

  • Debes pagar cuota de participación (gastos de viaje exclusivo) $ 261,00 para asistir el curso Train the Trainer

  • Debes completar nuestro formulario de solicitud. Luego, nuestra coordinadora se va conectar con tigo para guiarte por el siguiente proceso.

 


Si estás interesada y quieres enterarte más sobre la participación en un próximo el Train the Trainer, por favor llena este formulario de consulta. Nuestra coordinadora 261 tomará  tan pronto como sea posible contacto contigo. Si tienes preguntas o buscas más información contacta con Inga isigurdardottir@261fearless.org

 

 

Running for everyone

I find it a huge misunderstanding that one has to be a very fit ultra runner to be able to explore a new country via running. Come to think of it, one can become fit and a better runner by exploring a country running. 

Of course you don't go trail running all of a sudden. You start hiking trails or start road running, even cross country running, then little by little discover the new world of trail and reach the trail running sport. We are all unique individuals and different from one another. We also come from different countries and regions, religions and habits. We grow up with different circumstances and societies. But runners get together in the runners world. Where you are from, what you do or what you are struggling with doesn't matter any more, we are all runners. 

Thule Trails is a travel agency which brings runners from around the world together and offers them a unique opportunity to explore Iceland running and share that experience with a fellow runner. 

8 Reasons Why Iceland is the Ultimate

Trail Running Destination

Iceland is ideal for running, as the trails are plentiful and the scenery is spectacular. Running is a popular sport here and many people come from all over the world to enjoy Iceland’s pristine beauty and unique environment, shaped by ancient and current volcanic activity and other natural forces.

I took up trail running after starting a family and had less free time for hiking and spending time in the mountains of my Northern Icelandic home. Here are my top eight reasons why Iceland is an amazing trail running destination:

 

1. Temperatures are ideal for running. 

The weather is rarely too warm and almost always very refreshing. Iceland’s average temperature in summer is 10°C and often with a cool breeze. This is because Iceland is situated by the Arctic circle (between 62° and 66° north) yet isn’t entirely glaciated (despite our country’s name) except for in the Highlands in the center of Iceland.

2. Our water is uncontaminated and safe to drink anywhere.

Iceland tap water comes directly from the mountains and isn’t treated. And when you’re in the backcountry, it’s not necessary to purify the water before you drink; rather, you can safely drink directly from the streams along any running route.

Iceland’s environment is very clean and we even heat our houses with clean energy resources.

For example, most Iceland homes, swimming pools and greenhouses are heated with geothermal water pumped directly from underground, where it is naturally heated. As Icelanders, we take great pride in our eco-friendly practices and place great importance on protecting our island home’s vulnerable landscape, which is why we have three large national parks, one of which is Vatnajökull National Park, which covers 13% of the country and many protected areas and nature reserves.

 

3. Rejuvenating natural hot springs are abundant.

There is a lot of water in Iceland, and you may be surprised to learn that much of it is steaming hot. This is because one Iceland sits atop one the planet’s six geothermal “hot spots.”

The hot spot heats up all this water and gives us natural hot pools to soak in after our runs. The geothermal water comes directly from the earth and the ground underneath us to the surface, sometimes boiling hot.

In areas such as the Westfjords, Icelanders form small bathing pools from natural materials such as rocks and moss. The geothermal water bubbling up from underground is mineral rich and nourishing for the skin and body.

4. Explore truly untamed wilderness.

Very little of Iceland is inhabited by people. Which means that while trail running you, you rarely see any sign of human impact on the landscape.

One of our trail running tours takes us to Europe’s most powerful waterfall called Dettifoss. Other top trails for running take us around ancient or active volcanoes, such as Hekla, which erupts approximately every 10 years.

And one of Iceland’s most adventurous singletrack trails, Fimmvörðuháls, spans the distance between two glaciers covering two volcanoes, one of which erupted in 2010 and disrupted flight traffic around the world for days.

5. Iceland has no pests or predators.

It may sound like a dream to be able to run anywhere in a whole country without worry about mosquitoes, bears or rattlesnakes. But it is possible in Iceland.

Apart from the occasional small midge, there is no wildlife here that can bite you. While Mosquitoes lurk on both East and West coast of Greenland, Norway, the UK, they don’t settle in Iceland.

You can also have peace of mind there there are no ants cockroaches, snakes, bears or lions in our country.

6. No two running trails are alike. 

Every part of Iceland is different, thanks to being continuously pounded and shaped by nature’s most powerful forces including relentless winds, pounding waves, sputtering lava and powerful geysers. As glaciers scraping over the land and raging rivers cutting deep valleys, every part of the country has unique characteristics.

Enjoy the sound  of the trail running shoe hitting different surface, such as fresh lava from recent volcanic eruptions, pumice from older volcanic eruptions, snow that doesn’t melt in summer time, vegetation such as grass and moss that has managed to cover older terrain, stones and birch-tree branches and black-sand beaches.

7. 24 hours of daylight

Feel like running all day? In Iceland you can, thanks to the persistent daylight during the summer solstice. Or for the entire month of June, in fact.

Since you have all day –and all night– there’s no need to rush your pace. You know the feeling of being inspired on your run and you feel like running all day? Let the abundant daylight fuel adventurous runs during which you explore off trail and where ever your curiosity may take you.

8. Some of our running trails look like this: