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JanneKallio

1508 Moves, 238 fans

Male, 39 years, Vantaa, Finland
Cycling, Indoor cycling, Mountain biking… (+8 more)

2014 New year run 10km / City run 12.5 / Vantaa Triathlon Olympic 7.6 / Kisko Triathlon 28.6 / Finn Triathlon - finnish half ironman champs 18.7 / August = ? / IRONMAN MALLORCA 27.9

  • 13 Moves

    20:42 h

    420.2 km

    9274 kcal

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  • feelove

    23.6.2014 @ JanneKallio

    Hello, How are you today? I wish you the best of season My name is Kosy, i will like us to become friends to discuss important issues. write me with this email address feelkosy2@gmail.com Hope to hear from you take care, Kosy

  • kinatra1

    26.3.2014 @ JanneKallio

    wowww amazing body =)) coooll mannn

    http://goo.gl/75XcgV

  • coccco

    8.2.2014 @ Move 8.2.2014

    Miten sä mittaat watit?

    • JanneKallio

      1.3.2014

      Jäi vastaamatta. Power2max. Eli mittaus on tuossa kammen spiderissa. Ant joten Ambitilla saa datat näkyville.

  • icegolf

    26.11.2013 @ Move 17.11.2013

    Kyl mää nostan hattua tälle vedolle!

    • JanneKallio

      3.12.2013

      Koskas sun eka ironman on? mä tuun nostaa sulle sitte hattua ;)

  • mondoshiwan

    21.11.2013 @ Move 17.11.2013

    Every Race is different, but you finished! That's a great goal. And you can be proud of it with all that problems you had during the race.

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  • Greatest Moves

  • 4313

    Florida Ironman 2010

    6.11.2010

    Triathlon 9:54'50.6 Average heart rate 127 bpm, 226.2 km.
    Ironman Florida - 9.54.50, read the story below Place: 131, 27th in M35-39 from 358 (over 2800 participants) Swim 59:01 (18th, overall 131) -3.8km t1: 4:42 Bike 4:57:42 (30th, overall 116)- 180 (182 based on suunto) t2: 3:50 Run: 3:49:37 (51th, overal 257) - marathon, 42.2km¨ http://www.movescount.com/events/event38-Ironman_Florida Ok.. here we go.. Pre race: good training camp in Gran canary, 2 weeks. then back home.. some sick days.. perhaps too easy weeks... then to florida. Got some flue symptoms. Firs some sore throat and then sneezing.. But on race morning.. nothing! There were 2,851 athletes registered for the event. The field represented 47 different countries. The day was COLD! Temperature was sub 10 degrees celcius.. on the bike it was even 7 degrees!!!!! The swim: some big waves, pretty hard navigation.. but the time was ok! the first loop 27-28min, second bit slower. Very nice, didn't really feel that long :) The bike: FAST FAST FAST.. flat as hell, easy.. average speed something like 37km/h. The first hour was freezing, couldn't feel my fingers.. it was below 7 degrees on the start (and you were wet.. with race suit on!!). The ride was going very nicely, no problems.. it was easy to push when needed and I was able to stay focused the whole time.. The last 30km was tail wind, which helped quite a bit.. basically going 45km/h.. Eventually.. sub 5hour bike! (14 powerbar gels, with water at every aid station). The run: this was first marathon for me. and awful, I had to hit the toilet 4 times during first 15km. I wasn't able to hold any gels or fluids.. I should have had a diaper :) .. I was really hurting from 15-30km, but then I happened to get coke on one aid station, that felt great, so the last 10km was just with coke.. and I was able to add some speed in final 5km as I were trying to push myself to do sub 10hours.. AND I I DID.. 9.54.50 and I heard the words "Janne Kallio.. from Finland.... YOU.. ARE.. AN.. IRONMAN" Some videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE7PQ8SKl_4 (mass start) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5XLIs3gZL8 (pre race video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTffGZbmLTk (mass start) http://www.slowtwitch.com/News/Cunnama_Jacobs_take_Florida_1788.html (race story) Ok.. here we go.. Pre race: good training camp in Gran canary, 2 weeks. then back home.. some sick days.. perhaps too easy weeks... then to florida. Got some flue symptoms. Firs some sore throat and then sneezing.. But on race morning.. nothing! There were 2,851 athletes registered for the event. The field represented 47 different countries. The day was COLD! Temperature was sub 10 degrees celcius.. on the bike it was even 7 degrees!!!!! The swim: some big waves, pretty hard navigation.. but the time was ok! the first loop 27-28min, second bit slower. Very nice, didn't really feel that long :) The bike: FAST FAST FAST.. flat as hell, easy.. average speed something like 37km/h. The first hour was freezing, couldn't feel my fingers.. it was below 7 degrees on the start (and you were wet.. with race suit on!!). The ride was going very nicely, no problems.. it was easy to push when needed and I was able to stay focused the whole time.. The last 30km was tail wind, which helped quite a bit.. basically going 45km/h.. Eventually.. sub 5hour bike! (14 powerbar gels, with water at every aid station). The run: this was first marathon for me. and awful, I had to hit the toilet 4 times during first 15km. I wasn't able to hold any gels or fluids.. I should have had a diaper :) .. I was really hurting from 15-30km, but then I happened to get coke on one aid station, that felt great, so the last 10km was just with coke.. and I was able to add some speed in final 5km as I were trying to push myself to do sub 10hours.. AND I I DID.. 9.54.50 and I heard the words "Janne Kallio.. from Finland.... YOU.. ARE.. AN.. IRONMAN" Some videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CE7PQ8SKl_4 (mass start) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5XLIs3gZL8 (pre race video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTffGZbmLTk (mass start) http://www.slowtwitch.com/News/Cunnama_Jacobs_take_Florida_1788.html (race story)

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    Ironman preparation in Gran canaria

    10.10.2010

    Multisport 5:26'33.1 Average heart rate 126 bpm, 140.6 km.
    Very hot day again. 125km bike +15km run. (6 bottles on bike with 3 powerade+4 gels, red bul in transition, 5 botles on run with 2 gels) (check the picture :) Ride 125km: legs tired, HR wasn't going up. The ride was quite a lot of out and back, to keep the phase and aero position. still 1200 meters of ascent) Run 15km: felt very very easy. The pace was on flat section 4.30-4.40min/km. The hils, stairs again (the beginning and end 50m ascent) slowed the average pace to 5min/km

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    Ride around Gran Canaria

    6.10.2010

    Cycling 4:31'36.7 Average heart rate 123 bpm, 111.1 km.
    lot of hills.. check the altitude

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    Riding around Gran Canaria

    2.10.2010

    Cycling 2:59'56.8 Average heart rate 123 bpm, 71.74 km.
    Though day at the "mountains". No gears.. so more muscle :) Check the altitude graph!

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    Noormarkku Sprint Triathlon

    31.7.2010

    Triathlon 1:07'29.6 Average heart rate 154 bpm, 25.78 km.
    Read the story below Jazz triathlon. Sprint triathlon race in Noormarkku. Was just a speed workout for me. No rest/preparation for this.. idea was to just get some though workout. Swim was pretty interesting 40 guys swimming in dark river. It was ok, expect that I hit a big branch, which took of my swimming glasses.. and gave me pretty nice cut to my face.. and also ruined my wetsuit as other brances made few holes in that.. yep i should have swim middle of the river.. not on the side.. i was in top 10 from the swim (check the pictures!) Fast transition.. (long transition.. run thru the athletic field and the run with a bike for 150 m, check the pictures!). Bike was bad.. I struggled to get the speed and midway i started to get some problems with the stomach.. It seems that i have pretty good diesel engine, there is no speed but I could go forever.. This is obvious since I have bike with maximal effort twice this year :) From bike I was 3 minutes down for the lead and 30sec-1minute to 3rd, 4th position. Run was worst that i had for long time.. The running pod show it pretty well (it's not calibrated. The average speed for 5km was about 3:50.. but the fist 2.5km was around 4:30.. the last was then about 3:30.) why? I felt after first 5m that I should go and take shi""#.. you know. I felt that I had eaten a sausages.. Very bad problems with my stomach.. Anyway.. I survived.. Fun race! And it was very exiting to race in the village where I have born.. This was my first race location in 1991. Well that's it. Next race will be on 6.11 in florida.. and distance is bit longer :) Jazz triathlon. Sprint triathlon race in Noormarkku. Was just a speed workout for me. No rest/preparation for this.. idea was to just get some though workout. Swim was pretty interesting 40 guys swimming in dark river. It was ok, expect that I hit a big branch, which took of my swimming glasses.. and gave me pretty nice cut to my face.. and also ruined my wetsuit as other brances made few holes in that.. yep i should have swim middle of the river.. not on the side.. i was in top 10 from the swim (check the pictures!) Fast transition.. (long transition.. run thru the athletic field and the run with a bike for 150 m, check the pictures!). Bike was bad.. I struggled to get the speed and midway i started to get some problems with the stomach.. It seems that i have pretty good diesel engine, there is no speed but I could go forever.. This is obvious since I have bike with maximal effort twice this year :) From bike I was 3 minutes down for the lead and 30sec-1minute to 3rd, 4th position. Run was worst that i had for long time.. The running pod show it pretty well (it's not calibrated. The average speed for 5km was about 3:50.. but the fist 2.5km was around 4:30.. the last was then about 3:30.) why? I felt after first 5m that I should go and take shi""#.. you know. I felt that I had eaten a sausages.. Very bad problems with my stomach.. Anyway.. I survived.. Fun race! And it was very exiting to race in the village where I have born.. This was my first race location in 1991. Well that's it. Next race will be on 6.11 in florida.. and distance is bit longer :)

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    CoolSwim in hietaranta

    27.7.2011

    Pool swimming 0:56'49.6, 4.04 km.
    Pretty interesting swim in hietaranta.. had to look for boats all the time.. one tourist boat was taking picture of me.. probably thinking .. what a gracy fin!

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    Ironman Frankfurth

    8.7.2012

    Triathlon 6:18'24.8 Average heart rate 136 bpm, 179.8 km.
    Ironman Frankfurth. 58min swim + t1 + bike....and marathon? Story, ok swim. Cycling started pretty ok. The weather was pretty bad, it was pouring rain. I kept hammering and was on my way to achieve a 4.50 - 4.55 bike ride. Should be enough for Kona Slot. Then at 80km point.. disaster. Crash on the sharp 90 degree corner. Not just enough grip on the tires. I went down.. -hard.. guys picked me up and took me to sit on the bench. Bleeding from hip, shoulder.. It still seemed that no broken bones.. I was sitting there about 10min and then just climbed back on the bike and carefully started riding.. I was riding like old grandmother, when you crash.. you just don't trust yourself anymore. It took for 20km, to start really pushing again..around 150km i started feeling more exhausted and THEN my right sifter broke! I was able to ride the last 20km with one gear! even the biggest hills.. MAN what a ride.. Came to T2, jumped of the bike.. tried to take a few steps and couldn't even take a single step. Left leg just wasn't able to bare any weight. The doctors saw how i was struggling, took me of the course.. Put me to ambulance and to hospital. Result: I had broken my hip on the crash (so I did 100km of cycling with broken hip!).. Dramatic race

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  • 29 Apps

  • Cycling Aerodynamics

    11.6.2014, JanneKallio
    Cycling, Training

    This App provides simple value if your power vs. speed value is getting better or worse. Basic principle is, when riding on constant elevation with constant wind characteristic you are able to observer your aerodynamic characteristics by measuring the power and speed. The drag is always combination of three: aerodrag, rolling resistance and elevation. rolling resistance can be static as well as elevation. By changing your head position, helmet, bottle placement etc. you can observe how the aerodynamic characteristic changes. When doing this on track.. it limits the possible changes on elevation or rolling resistance. Press lap button, each time that you start new test. The value you see on screen is percentage change that how much better/worse your aero characteristics are .

    TakeAGel

    7.11.2013, JanneKallio
    Triathlon, Training

    Take a Gel every 20 minutes. GU roctane -21g carbs= 63/h

    Race time based 7...

    7.11.2013, JanneKallio
    Triathlon, Training

    Want to see the real racetime on the watch? didn't wear watch on the swim and still would like too see real race time. This app shows the real time based on 7am start.

    Lap button example

    11.7.2013, JanneKallio
    Weight training, Tools for daily use

    Example how to use laps

  • AppVariableExample

    18.6.2013, JanneKallio
    Training

    Average HR for Lap

    11.5.2013, JanneKallio
    Training

    This gets the average HR for lap

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    VARIABILITY INDEX

    9.5.2013, kemetter
    Cycling, Training

    This is a good indication of how ‘smooth’ the ride was. In an Ironman context, VI numbers are typically low, ranging from 1.0 to 1.05 for flat courses and 1.05-1.1 for hilly courses. This is simply the normalized power (NP) divided by the average power.

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    Normalized Power

    5.5.2013, kemetter
    Cycling, Training

    Normalized Power (NP) is a training tool developed by Cycling Peaks (Training Peaks). It was developed to account for the variables associated with riding: wind, hills, sprints, steady state, etc. Using average power does not account for these variables, however NP does.

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    IntervalRecovery

    29.4.2013, JanneKallio
    Running, Training

    This App shows you countdown timer for target heart rate level. So when you finish your interval, this will provide you time estimate when you will reach heart level of 110. The time will automatically start to show the rest time, when heart rate had dropped more than beats in last 10 seconds. And it will keep showing this, until you start the session and heart rate goes up again.

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    AeroDrag

    29.4.2013, JanneKallio
    Cycling, Training

    To make you faster in timetrial or in triathlon, its very important to ensure smooth position & equipment. This App shows realtime your CdA i.e. aerodynamic drag. The app is based on following principle: You produce power which is used in rolling resistance + change in elevation + change in speed + air resistance. CdA is indicates the value a frontal area that is typically measured in metres squared. A typical cyclist presents a frontal area of 0.3 to 0.6 metres squared depending on position. Frontal areas of an average cyclist riding in different positions are as follows Tops* 0.632, Hoods* 0.40, Drops* 0.32

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    Pizza counter

    29.1.2013, JanneKallio
    Weight training, Fun

    This shows how much pizza you can eat afterwards!

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    Instantaneous % G...

    21.1.2013, BJammin
    Cycling, Performance

    This app uses the vertical speed and horizontal speed to calculate the grade (in percent). This metric is useful in cycling and is the common unit to describe steepness.

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  • Chocolate

    16.1.2013, JanneKallio
    Running, Training

    How much you can eat Fazer chocolate.

    23

    Rear Sprocket Gear

    3.12.2012, Lowieke
    Cycling, Guidance

    This formula will calculate the rear-sprocket size, so you can see what rear sprocket you are riding. It uses the cadence, speed, tyre circumference and front gear. Set 48 to whatever chain ring you have and 2050 to your specific tyre circumference. Not sure how useful this actually is, it's fun though, it's just that it's possible with the current parameters. Unlike a Shimano Flightdeck, the Ambit clearly does not receive gear settings from the shifters. This then leaves too many variances to be able to calculate BOTH front AND the rear gear with just the cadence, speed and circumference. This means if you have a triple crank you will end up creating an app for each front chain ring size, ugly. Still it's fun. Haven't been able to test this myself yet, should work, but I suspect one wil have to set the circumference VERY accurately.

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    Distance estimator

    1.12.2012, kemetter
    Indoor cycling, Training

    Calculates your distance based on time and heartrate with the estimate that you cycle 30km/h with an average heartrate of 120bpm. Assumes linear behavior of your speed/hr correlation.

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    MET: How your exe...

    30.11.2012, Michael_M
    Martial arts, Consumption

    MET (metabolic equivalents of task) tells you how much harder you exercise compared to resting on sofa. In practice, MET-values makes possible to compare your effort between different exercise. sleeping 0.9 watching television 1.0 writing, desk work, typing 1.8 walking, 1.7 mph (2.7 km/h) 2.3 walking 3.0 mph (4.8 km/h) 3.3 home exercise, light or moderate effort 3.5 walking 3.4 mph (5.5 km/h) 3.6 bicycling, 10 mph (16 km/h), leisure, 4.0 bicycling, stationary, 100 watts, light effort 5.5 jogging, general 7.0 calisthenics (e.g. pushups, situps, pullups,jumping jacks), heavy, vigorous effort 8.0 running jogging, in place 8.0 martial arts fight 10.0 Check more info e.g. from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metabolic_equivalent

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    Kinetic Road mach...

    30.11.2012, Anonymous
    Indoor cycling, Training

    Equation taken from kinetic website http://www.kurtkinetic.com/powercurve.php The imperial unit conversion for speed was needed to convert to MPH Hope this is a useful app to someone . :-)

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    Gel Alert

    30.11.2012, JanneKallio
    Triathlon, Consumption

    This App indicates when to take the next gel. This is based on the 2g carbohydrates / weight in hour suggestion. This is also based on powerbar gel. When you use this, push lap button after taking a gel. It provides info on when to take the next one.

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    Nike+ FuelBand Ac...

    29.11.2012, Ozen78
    Multisport, Fun

    A useless measurement from a useless device

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    Cardiac drift %

    29.11.2012, The_Ghost
    Running, Training

    Measures the body exertion during exercises and how fit you are. Best athletes achieve near 1%. Usually it is around 5% and non-trained people gain more than 5%. This formula calculates Cardiac drift between previous and current laps during Steady exercises! Laps should be near equal as distances or times.

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    Ghost Previous Lap

    29.11.2012, DCrocket
    Running, Training

    Run against yourself

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    152

    Permillage meter ...

    29.11.2012, Tomu
    Multisport, Counter

    This is for fun and parties :-) This App is for men! This App shows how much you have alcohol in your blood after drinking mugs of beer. You mark the number of mugs of beer you have enjoyed by pressing the LAP button AFTER you have drunk the mug. 1 lap = 1 mug of beer (0,5l, less than 4,7% of alcohol) = 18g of alcohol = 1,5 portion of alcohol I recommend to use 60s GPS interval with this app, so that the accu endures for the next morning and beyond. http://www.paihdelinkki.fi/alkoholineuvonnan-opas/promille Do not trust this for e.g. driving a car. Do not come to blame me if cops do have a different opinion. This ought to be close but it's still for fun :-)

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    Ascent todo

    29.11.2012, JanneKallio
    Trail running, Estimate

    In hilly terrain it's nice to know how much ascent there is going to be before getting back. This App provides you the ascent that you still need to do, before getting back. This works only when you start and end your run in same place!

    1
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    Get to Ironman fi...

    29.11.2012, JanneKallio
    Triathlon, Competition

    It's hard race.. when you start your marathon, you have already logged 3.8km swim + 180km bike.. then you need to do the marathon. What will be your finish time? Do you make it under 9h or under 16h. When using this, remember to push lap button when you start your run!

    1
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    When to take a ne...

    29.11.2012, JanneKallio
    Triathlon, Consumption

    This App calculates how many gels you should have taken during your triathlon race (or what ever you do). Based on your calory consumption and gel calories. Gel calories is based on Powerbar

    5
    1

    Ironman Bike Timer

    29.11.2012, CoachBrett
    Cycling, Competition

    Uses average speed of previous lap to calculate how long you have left to finish your Ironman bike ride.

    1
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    Beers burned off

    29.11.2012, jweak
    Fun

    See how many beers can you safely take after the training without weight gain!

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    9816

    Marathon time

    6.11.2012, Movescount
    Running, Estimate

    Marathon time calculates your estimated finish time for a full marathon in real-time. This is a great tool when striving for a new personal goal. Include this App in your running mode and use it pace yourself to reach your goal.

    9816
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    Climb counter

    6.11.2012, Movescount
    Trail running, Counter

    Climb counter is for running hill sprints. After a couple sprints, it’s easy to lose count. Climb counter keeps track of how many sprints you have done. Just push the lap button once at the top of the first hill. After that, the app will count each sprint and show you the current total count.

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