Roadless | A 10-Day Expedition Through Wyoming

Roadless qualifies for inclusion here for two main reasons: 1. This expedition is solid type 2 fun. It's fully human-powered, no helicopters, no snowmobiles, no lifts, just sweat and effort. 2. It's a beautiful window to the wilderness which provides a mental boost if you are stuck indoors on a treadmill or similar.

TOR Des Geants – Among the Giants of the Alps | Jeff Pelletier

Transport yourself to the Alps with this excellent documentary by Jeff Pelletier detailing his experience in the 2018 Tor des Geants - one of the hardest ultra-marathon races in the world. The views are spectacular and the 200 mile/330 km race has over 79,000 feet/24,000 meters of elevation gain. If you are looking for a change of scene, an inspirational race diary and some amazing POV footage this 44 minute video delivers.

CHASING POUNAMU | Running the Tarawera 100 mile ultramarathon from the back

Great running movies aren't all about winning races and setting records. This inspiring documentary  by Find Your Feet Films follows a back-of-the-pack runner competing in the 2019 Tarawera 100 mile Ultramarathon in Rotorua, New Zealand.

The FIFTY – Peak Obsession – A Fifty Project Short Film – with Jeremy Jones

In "The FIFTY" Cody Townsend attempts to ski all the lines in the book "The Fifty Classic Ski Descents of North America" the twist is that all the ascents are human-powered instead of heli or sled-accessed. In this standalone short film Townsend and snowboarding legend Jeremy Jones attempt to climb and ski two peaks in Alaska: Meteorite and Pontoon. Type 2 fun plus top-level skiing and snowboarding; mountain expertise and good vibes.

Three Peaks Cyclocross 2019 – EF Gone Racing

Avoid procrastination and commit to a warm up spin with this video which follows pro road cyclist Lachlan Morton as he takes on the Three Peaks Cyclocross race in the Yorkshire Dales in the UK.

2019 North Lake Tahoe Spartan World Championship Powered by Rakuten

Make your indoor workout feel relatively easy by watching the Spartan World Championships at North Lake Tahoe, USA

We Need Lungs

Follow Italian ultra-runner Sebastiano Arlotta as he attempts to run across the Pyrenees from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean in 9 days over 900km/560miles with 60,000m/196,850ft of ascent and descent on the GR10 Route.

Ice & Palms presented by Vaude

Max and Jochen set out to bikepack and ski their way across the Alps from Germany through Austria, Switzerland, Italy and France, to the Mediterranean Sea at Nice; covering 1,800 km, 35,000 vertical meters over 6 weeks of continuous travel in this 32 minute award-winning documentary.

Virtual Treadmill Run – Red Rocks Trail Run in Morrison Colorado | FYT Life

POV film of an hour-long trail run at Red Rocks in Colorado, USA. Awesome scenery and bright blue skies plus some technical sections to keep you focused. The audio has no added music so you just hear the runner's steps and the sounds of nature.

Cycle Through Nature -Indoor cycling in the French Alps | World Nature Video

20 minutes of stunning French Alps scenery brought to you by World Nature Video. If you aren't feeling quite ready to commit to a workout trust us, hop on your indoor bike trainer and spin for 20 minutes watching this video.

Two Eight Two: The Munros in 98 Days

Highly recommended for a treadmill run, stair-stepper or elliptical, this is a beautiful self-produced documentary of an epic adventure: trying to hike all 282 of Scotland's "Munros" (mountain peaks above 3,000') in one summer. Kevin Woods does a really impressive job hiking, filming, editing and telling his story. The physical effort and stunning scenery aside, this film is notable for the honest way he documents the mental ups and downs he goes through. Anyone who has ever set themselves a big challenge, be it a marathon, a summit attempt, a PB goal, can identify with what he goes through. Spoiler alert, it is uplifting not depressing.