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1221 Moves, 33 fans

Male, 54 years, Sevnica, Slovenia
Alpine skiing, Boxing, Circuit training… (+21 more)

I am a trainer and master of Martial Arts of Karate and Kickboxing. All my life I was active in sports. I practice karate, kickboxing, boxing, jiu-jitsu, wrestling, running, swimming, skiing, biking, rollerblading, playing soccer, indoor hockey, etc ... When I was active sports I feel great when I'm running in the wild, I completely relaxed and stress-free. Sporting activity I recommend to all people of all ages.

  • 55 Moves

    61:11 h

    203.5 km

    26249 kcal

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  • snowboardette

    2 weeks ago @ bushido04

    Impressive; I still find it hard to start. Can I ask which form you feel is the best for beginners but also provides useful self defense techniques? Sometimes life in the big city can be challenging.. I have found a new boxing gym--I start tomorrow. :0)

  • Linda1

    4.10.2013 @ bushido04

    Nice moves! :) Greetings from Finland.

  • bushido04

    17.9.2013 @ bushido04

    Thank you and best regards from Slovenia!


    17.8.2013 @ Move 16.8.2013

    Svaka cast za treninge ! :)

  • Julien_Sapy

    9.3.2013 @ bushido04

    Hi ! I really like your way to live Sport ! Keep on moving ! Best Wishes for your sport projects ! ;-)

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    Dear all, there were 56 members in this group by March 31st, and I just paid 56 pounds (64 euros) to the Japan disaster fund. Amer Sports will match my contribution, meaning that together that will be 128 euros. It's still not much money considering the devastation but it's definitely something! The money will be directed to the Japanese Red Cross, which will make sure it'll reach those who need it most. My thoughts go out to all the people in Japan who have lost their homes or loved ones and hope that things will get better soon. Thank you all for being a part of the group! Together we can make a difference! Aku


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