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1461 Moves, 609 fans

Female, 33 years, Helsinki, Finland
Aerobics, Circuit training, Crosscountry skiing… (+9 more)

No matter what you do, just do it properly!

Currently recovering from surgical treatment of a partial tear of the proximal origin in the right hamstring muscle.

Upcoming: Helsinki City Run May 2014, Helsinki Half Marathon (HHM) in June 2014, Helsinki City Marathon 2014

  • 36 Moves

    27:25 h

    64.82 km

    15465 kcal

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  • CraigThom

    3 days ago @ Move 15.4.2014

    Simply awesome !!

  • miccojarvinen

    3 days ago @ Move 15.4.2014

    YES!! Voin kuvitella tuon tunteen :)

    • Cinnaberry

      3 days ago

      Oujeeee! :D Lekuri tietenkin sanoi, että nyt pitää sitten aloittaa varovasti lisäten pikku hiljaa...mutta eihän tässä malta! ;)

  • Queck

    4 days ago @ Move 15.4.2014

    wow - you are a BIONIC GIRL!!! and you made a very good pace- perfect! Congrats!! Best regards Queck

    • Cinnaberry

      3 days ago

      :D It only MIGHT be that you're slightly exaggerating here, but thanks!

    • Queck

      3 days ago

      no exaggerating - serious after such a Long period 5:20 is really good - my pace is getting slower with the Age.. :-(

  • louisoortman

    4 days ago @ Move 15.4.2014

    Singing and running in the rain....! :)

  • BetterNextYear

    4 days ago @ Move 15.4.2014

    Congratulations on makiing your way back. You are very determined. Well done you.

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    After-race high


    Running 1:20'30.6 Average heart rate 151 bpm, 15.72 km.




    Cycling 2:15'00 Average heart rate 137 bpm, 52.88 km.




    Indoor cycling 0:56'39 Average heart rate 151 bpm.




    Running 3:53'10.7 Average heart rate 150 bpm, 42.19 km.
    Easy and enjoyable run in good company! :) Run out of memory space before 3 h.

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    Running 1:42'54.7 Average heart rate 160 bpm, 21.10 km.
    Pääkaupunkijuoksu 1/2-maraton


    HCM 2011


    Running 3:35'29.3 Average heart rate 156 bpm, 42.20 km.
    Helsinki City Marathon 2011 - my footpod clearly NOT properly calibrated (showed total 40.48 km) so my speed control strategy in the beginning obviously sucked.. Still absolutely the best marathon in my list so far, what it comes to the feeling! Position: women's 35th, included all the Finnish championship marathonists whose race was organized at the same time.


    Stockholm Marathon 2011


    Running 3:36'14.7 Average heart rate 103 bpm, 42.20 km.
    Surprising myself with over half an hour improvement from last year's Stockholm race. Truly a pity that the batteries from my belt ran out after midway, therefore the odd graphs.


    HCR 2011


    Running 1:41'16.2 Average heart rate 162 bpm, 21.10 km.
    HCR 2011

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    Tallinn Marathon 2012


    Running 3:27'17.6 Average heart rate 153 bpm, 42.20 km.
    Tallinn Marathon - enjoyable running, despite the awful wind, chatting with great fellow runners almost all the way through. 15th of all the women, 8th in my group.


    Copenhagen Marathon 2012


    Running 3:30'35 Average heart rate 155 bpm, 42.20 km.
    I just remember thinking how lovely it is to run long distances compared to the 1/2 marathons where you really have to run fast. Because of too much crowd I had no choice but to stroll along steadily with the others. The roads were really narrow and with dangerous obstacles here and there. Still I couldn't have enjoyed more as a the weather was perfect and the crowd cheered as we were heroes! :) Perfect!


    HCR 2012


    Running 1:35'20 Average heart rate 160 bpm, 21.10 km.
    HCR 2012 - smiling all the way through and even more so in the last few kilometres. Wonderful to cheer to all the friends and acquaintances at the finish line - just enjoy the atmosphere. I wish all the races would feel like this! :)


    Berlin Marathon 2013


    Running 3:46'27.5 Average heart rate 155 bpm, 42.53 km.
    Me and Berlin - we just aren't compatible in running.. But since this was my only marathon in 2013, it must be one of the greatest. Not only because I could run only 4 months before it (moreover, with pain), but I also managed to finish only 19 minutes later than my PB. It can't be that bad, even though the feeling certainly was.

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    Midnignt Run 2013


    Running 0:45'33.8 Average heart rate 165 bpm, 10.09 km.
    Maybe not the most glorious of my 10k's but I still have to share it as one of the greatest - for this year at least! Truly a great evening event with over 25 of my DNA colleagues. :) Split min/km km/h Pos 1K 04:37 13.03 37 3K 04:17 14.06 29 5K 04:39 12.95 26 7K 04:39 12.91 28 9K 04:43 12.76 27 10K 04:26 13.55 29 ..but if you compare the pace of a half marathon over a year ago, I was able to go almost as fast the whole way then

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    Great to have you in this group, have a nice ride with your bikes!

    Helsinki City Run

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    2012 EVENT: 2011 EVENT:

  • Stocholm Marathon

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    Hi all, 149 days to go today! There is now also an Movescount event for 2011 for sharing results etc:

    Ladies with the Moves!

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    June is pritty wet here in the Great Britain! Lots of preperation for the Olympics going on! Have u got tickets? Or will you be watching?

    Group I

    53 members / 27989 Moves

    The new Group I has arrived........... what award are you going for? This will be where the Lepidoptera is judged :) You guys inspired me to do this one!!!

    High Intensity Intermittent Training (HIIT)

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    A study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine followed 2,560 Finnish men for 16 years. It found that the higher the intensity of exercise, the lower the risk of getting cancer. The suggestion was that high intensity exrecise reduces your cancer risk by an average of 50%. Researchers from Kuopio and Oulu universities found that high intensity exercise particularly lowered the risk of getting and dying from lung and gastrointestinal cancer.Men with a mean (average) intensity of physical activity "over 5.2 MET had a greatly reduced risk of cancer death." To calculate MET,measure VO2 on your HR device, then divide by 3.5

  • Copenhagen Marathon

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    194 days to go (8.11.2011)

    I love SPINNING!

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    Standart 2h Move Battle (note; can be done whenever you want to). Basics: RTE calculates individually calibrated Body Charge scores (TRIMP). The higher the momentary training zone is, the faster you will get scores. Everyone has same opportunity to win since the HR method is individually calibrated and even the gender noticed :-) Rules: You’ll need RTE application (iPhone, Windows, Android, Symbian) - Battles can be done whenever you want! - You can turn on the RTE application few mins earlier (“Start Tracking”) - Every sport is allowed - Remember to encourage others in live map chat - You can see each others’ scores in LIVE! Let the others know that you are participating and make sure that you have an official supervisor checking the Move and encouraging you during the Move! :-) Every Move definitely counts :-)

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    6.2.2014, Movescount
    Running, Performance

    This App indicates the efficiency of your running by introducing the unit "Beats Per Kilometer". It tells exactly how many times your heart beats during one kilometer with current pace and heartrate compared. Less heart beats means less effort to run this pace. This App lets you follow the value live based on last 10 second floating average value of heartrate and running pace.


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