En Route to Vasaloppet 2019, day 42-50, Training for Imroved Quality of Life!


In summary. Over the course of 8 days I have moved from average heart rate 173 bpm. to 163 bpm. while improving average speed from 15.9 km/h to 16.15 km/h. The pulse zone 4-5 has moved from 51%(z5)-42%(z4) to 5%(z5)-85%(z4) on the same route. The training load moved from 16 hours to 9 hours. Some progression!

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En Route to Vasaloppet 2019, day 16-23


  “When I was a child I caught a fleeting glimpse Out of the corner of my eye I turned to look but it was gone I cannot put my finger on it now The child is grown The dream is gone” My life revolved around these lyrics for many many years while wandering in […]

En Route to Vasaloppet 2018, day 115-118


Been doing a couple of nice RollerSafe runs of 18-20 km. I feel more fit and ready to take on the first big challenge: Kongevejsløbet September 10, 2017! This is a seeding roller skiing competition for Vasaloppet 2018 as well as counting as the long distance DM (Danish championships for long distance roller skiing). 45.2 km […]

Schizophrenia does NOT exist, article by Dutch Jim Van Os and co-writers


Here is a roughly translated article from Dutch, Jim Van Os and co-writers stating that schizophrenia does NOT exist. TEDx talk by Jim Van Os Let us all forget the diagnosis Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia doesn’t exist. And thus we should stop diagnosing it. Psychosis does exist. And luckily we are able to do something about that. This […]

About Understanding Psychosis and ‘Schizophrenia’ and the collaboration between health professionals and people with lived experiences


Quoting Ron Unger: ‘Normal’ is actually much more mysterious than it is usually given credit for! – It’s also more dangerous than is usually recognized. David Oaks makes the point that it is ‘normal’ people who are destroying the planet, wiping out species and setting off a process of overheating the earth in a catastrophic […]