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Male, 101 years
Boxing, Circuit training, Climbing… (+8 more)

“A sound and healthy body is a strong protection to a man. Besides, it is a disgrace to grow old through sheer carelessness before seeing what manner of man you may become by developing your bodily strength to its highest limit.” ― Socrates

  • 27 Moves

    14:29 h

    73.09 km

    11070 kcal

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  • Javaria

    21.1.2015 @ Move 21.1.2015

    That's very impressive! 50kg - wow, that's how much I weigh...well, almost...

    • Ironsmith


      Thanks, are you volunteering by any chance? :D I'm aiming to gradually increase the weight, though don't want to compromise speed or risk eating a mouthful of steps - they aren't very forgiving on bad form!

  • komonobo

    21.10.2014 @ Ironsmith

    Thanks for the follow back:-)

  • Silvia67

    28.9.2014 @ Ironsmith

    Thanks for follow. Greetings

  • ceci44

    16.5.2014 @ Ironsmith

    Hello, I admirer your profile, i am cecile please contact me direct in my private email ok ( yours Cecile.

  • ceci44

    16.5.2014 @ Ironsmith

    Hello, I admirer your profile, i am cecile please contact me direct in my private email ok ( yours Cecile.

  • Greatest Moves

  • 51

    Highest HR & VO2


    Boxing 0:58'01.2 Average heart rate 173 bpm.


    Highest HR and VO2 2013


    Boxing 0:31'12.1 Average heart rate 182 bpm.
    Back from taking almost 2 weeks off. Thought I'd be a bit rusty but felt great and able to go all out.


    Highest VO2 2014


    Running 0:30'14.6 Average heart rate 164 bpm.
    Hill running


    Highest VO2 and Max HR 2010


    Running 1:10'00.7 Average heart rate 167 bpm, 9.90 km.
    Target: Aerobic, Anaerobic Intensive Tempo Endurance

  • 0

    Longest Hike


    Trekking 8:13'53.2 Average heart rate 134 bpm, 33.53 km.


    Highest VO2, Average and Max HR


    Boxing 0:48'02.1 Average heart rate 180 bpm.

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    Resting Heart Rate Calc

    Training. Anonymous

    Displays minimum heart rate for last 30 seconds. I use it by lying down in a quiet room for 5 minutes with the HR monitor on - and then see what my min heart rate was during the last 30 seconds.


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