In this sense, my approach to coaching is based on a sustainable approach
By coaching you, I hope that sports practice will become part of your weekly routine
By having a sports routine, you will automatically be closer to your body
By being closer to your body, and therefore being more attentive to what it really needs, both in terms of food and rest
By eating better, you will be (even) more aware of what you have on your plate, by being more attracted to local and unprocessed products
By eating better, by hydrating well, you will sleep better and therefore be in better shape, at home, at work, and have (even) more confidence in yourself
You will discover an unexplored potential
you will get better after each session even through the ups and downs
and all this will give you the natural desire to (re)start your session
A healthy body in a healthy mind,
start with a first step, why not with me ;)?
Sustainable sports coaching is based on the following principles
2 min 29 sec
2017 - Leuven
16 min 58 sec
2016 - Brussels
Since 2011 - Best time
1 h 39 min
2018 - Brussels
Since 2012 - Best time
3 h 45 min
2019 - New York
(I ran 6 marathons so far )
2000 m D+
I have many but here is my TOP 3
Brussels marathon 2012
Running this distance for the first time in my capital. Thanks to a good training, and an ideal weather, I had good feelings all along the course.
New York marathon
Having lived in this mythical city, I was happy to be able to return there with an RFF team that I had been coaching for 1 year. The race was just like the city, magical, energetic and unforgettable. The party, the crowd along the course carries you to the finish.
Trail Dernier Homme Debout
Do a 7 km loop with 400 m of D+ in Max 60 min and a maximum of loops possible. I did 6 of them but the last loop not in the hour… trail known in this small world for its original concept. There was a special atmosphere that lasted until the end of the night because the last runner (the last man standing) finished at 5 am.