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738 Moves, 73 fans

Male, 58 years
Alpine skiing, Circuit training, Cycling… (+12 more)

Life!!!! Inspire the mind to have a healthy body.

check out this for a move not me but respect to the skills they have ;-) http://www.gadling.com/2011/03/03/downhill-bike-race-in-chile-is-insanity-at-its-finest/?ncid=&a_dgi=aolshare_email

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    push boundaries whatever your limits

    27.5.2011

    Cycling 1:00'00.
    in Chorley, 3 miles done on a hand bike for 2, harder than it looks, and 3 mile on a tandem with a a client who is blind. Her face said it all, It was fantastic and a privilege to be part of it!!!!! what a buzz!!! a 150th move to remember.

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    Mind over body, just do it !

    29.4.2012

    Triathlon 0:12'00.
    Sometimes about doing an event when you have an injury and managing your race and expectations, it can be just as rewarding as winning. Biathle 1k run 100m swim 1k run, in the cold rain and strong wind in your face, not sure this was a good idea , but went for it, did the race just held back on the run, finished and the leg held out. I think i beat last years time, so happy knowing i can go faster :0) just found out that my time was 13min still faster than last year and still happy ;0)

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