Guest blog BIX

Christmas and New Years are just around the corner and many of us wonder how they can stay fit and healthy over the holidays. Here we are going to share our top 5 tips with you:

1. Stay hydrated

Are you travelling during the holidays? Or do you live overseas and will meet your family and friends back home? Then it’s most likely that you will have to get on a plane or train. Unfortunate...

Since I got back into long trail runs I clearly notice an increase in hunger - having a big meal after a long trail run or race isn't enough - my body is craving consistently for food for the rest of that day..

Packed with all the nutrients your body needs to recover try this super simple, yummy and healthy banana bread recipe. It's super high in protein and great to snack on as it only contai...

For those who have dedicated themselves to the ancient practice of yoga such as yoga instructors, you know the benefits. You feel more relaxed, sleep better, and catch flus and cold way less than you once did. It’s challenging to sum up all the benefits to someone who hasn’t started their yogic journey yet.

To try to explain to someone about the increase of Prana, the moving around of energy or the...

Winter cookies..

In the past few days it's been pretty cold and I've been in the mood of making my own kind of 'Winter cookies'. The result were these healthy & delicious #nobake Pumpkin Spice Protein Balls - packed with peanut butter and lots of Christmas spices like cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and clove. I have to say they turned out really well and I can't stop snacking on them. That's why I wanted...

Foto: Jana Studzinska 

Starting off the 2018 blog with a topic we usually don’t like to talk much about: Injuries

When running and other exercise are a big part of your daily life they become part of your identity which can be difficult once injuries come up. Left without the thing that has given you so much can make you feel incredibly frustrated and lonely. 

BUT, aren’t the darkest moments in our l...

In love with sweet potatoes? Add them to your energy balls. These secret ingredient energy balls taste like heaven. Containing some of the best superfoods in the world (> sweet potatoes, raw cacao & coconut oil) they are the perfect healthy snack before or after your workout!



  • 1 cup of rolled oats (glutenfree)

  • 1 over ripe mashed banana

  • 1 o...

Tired of processed sugary cereal bars? Try this simple yet so amazing recipe and create your own:)

These incredibly delicious bars contain only the best ingredients and are sugar and gluten free!  



  • 2 cups of oats (glutenfree)

  • 2 cups of cereal rice crisps (providing the crunchiness)

  • 2 over ripe mashed bananas

  • 1/2 cup of nut butter (I used...

Burgers are one of my favourite vegan foods. As I like to avoid processed burgers from a package, I played around with different ingredients and found that this bean based burger recipe is the best - full of flavours, crunchy from the outside, chewy from the inside.

Moreover black beans are a great source of protein, high in calcium, iron and magnesium which makes it a great recovery meal :)



Running is a great natural healthy exercise. It keeps you fit, releases endorphins, burns calories and strengthens your heart.

Trail running in particular connects you with nature, allows you to unplug and focus on the moment. It is an adventure as you often run along unknown beautiful places. Thereby trail running is exercise, stress relief and excitement at the same time.

Yoga means...

In love with peanut butter? Follow my simple yet amazing coffee recipe.

The peanut butter gives the coffee a lovely nutty taste. The healthy fats from coconut oil and peanut butter make this coffee extremely creamy - just as you will love it :)



  • 1 cup of hot black coffee (organic)

  • 1 TBSP smooth peanut butter (unsweetened)

  • 1 TSP coconut oil

  • 3 T...

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