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Female, 42 years, Unknown
Aerobics, Badminton, Boxing… (+11 more)

i love DIVING more than anything, but can't do that every day.... so i do lots of running and other sports instead - in-between my diving holidays! :-)

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  • 31 Moves

    46:32 h

    210.4 km

    447 kcal

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  • Gilipos

    3 days ago @ Move 17.3.2015

    Enjoy all you can, sports, regards....

  • BetterNextYear

    1 weeks ago @ divegirl2372

    Glad it is going well. Stay positive and I am sure she will make you proud some years from now. Life is good.

  • Gilipos

    2 weeks ago @ Move 17.3.2015

    Keep on moving, well done,regards....constancia es la clave de esto y de muchas otras cosas...

    • divegirl2372

      1 weeks ago

      thanks! same to you! doing my best…. not so easy with a 4-month old a baby to look after!! :-)))

  • BetterNextYear

    2.2.2015 @ divegirl2372

    How is motherhood treating you? All is well, I hope. Is your mother still with you? Best,

    • divegirl2372

      1 weeks ago

      I am doing OK! 6 weeks on my own…. It is hard but we are coping OK! My daughter is 18 weeks old today - she is twice of her birth size already - its a good workout to carry her around!! ;-) She "passed" her trial creche session in the gym today, so hopefully i can now get back to more exercise!!! I miss it and I need it!;-)))

  • BetterNextYear

    16.12.2014 @ divegirl2372

    Thanks for sharing your happy news. Yes, and please be careful in getting back to exercise, especially with a c-section. I know you'll enjoy your baby. Life is good.

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    My longest pool swim ever - so far!


    Pool swimming 1:40'00, 2.00 km.
    2000 meter swim


    my move 500!!!!!


    Crosstrainer 0:49'18.7 Average heart rate 141 bpm, 2.10 km.
    cross-trainer workout at the gym, Marriott Sprowston Manor. My move number 500!!!! :-)


    Hiking from Brooks to the Needles at Isle of Wight


    Trekking 7:22'12 Average heart rate 94 bpm, 21.22 km.
    Day 4 at Isle of Wight: the TOP hike! We parked at Brooks and walked all the way to the Needles and back - the sea views are breath-taking on the way! It was also warm and sunny - my mom and I got sun burned a little by the end of the day! On the way back, just about a kilometre from our parking spot, we got into a very heavy albeit short rain with HUGE hale!!


    My dive no 700!!!


    Scuba diving 1:00'00.
    Ras Ghozlani, Ras Mohammed. This was my dive no. 700!!! And the first dive of this holiday, too.... It is so nice to get back into the water!! :-)

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    318.8km in Apr for Help for Heroes - last move!!!


    Roller skating 1:36'51.2 Average heart rate 118 bpm, 19.72 km.
    this is a very special move for me - as it completes my month's long challenge! I have committed to do 250km "moving" in April to fundraise for Help For Heroes. I had done 125km a month on average over the last 12 months, so it seemed a big enough challenge! I have done 318.8km as of today and have fundraised £344 from 27 donors so far!! It feels really good to accomplish this - especially, considering that I picked up for my challenge the wettest April in the century!!! :-)


    1st time roller-blading since 2001!!!


    Roller skating 2:21'20.5 Average heart rate 125 bpm, 19.19 km.
    wow!! this was my FIRST time roller-blading since 2001!!! A pair of brand new K2 was sitting in my wardrobe never used for over 10 years.... It was GREAT to finally put these to use - finally - today!!! :-) No doubt - there is more roller-blading to come! (Especially, that I DID remember how to break some time into my session today... lol...) Great Windsor Park is certainly a great place to do it!!


    my LOGEST gym workout ever!


    Multisport 3:02'37.2 Average heart rate 132 bpm, 7.59 km.
    what a day! my LONGEST gym workout ever - indoor body step (my Sat regular class) followed by a special Virgin Active outdoor event: MEGA circuits and MOSTER Zumba classes!! Got nice tan in addition to a great workout and used in excess of 1,200 calories in one go! :-)


    the 1st move of my new 12-week training program!!


    Weight training 1:20'31.6 Average heart rate 102 bpm.
    BIG DAY today!! I have started a 12 week weight training program: today was Week1/Day 1 - focus on shoulders; i was doing some hip-hop dancing in my resting intervals (couldn't help it - the music was too good not to dance!) - i hope this won't make my end results worse!! :-)

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    diving with hammers at Daedelus!!


    Scuba diving 1:12'00.


    my first hike this season!


    Trekking 4:58'31 Average heart rate 112 bpm, 19.76 km.
    the first hike of the season!! Tynham village to Durdle Door and back! :-) i used my T6d and GPS-pod first time for hiking today - so that now i know the actual elevation for all these hills!! 166 m is the tallest one.


    longest run (so far)!


    Running 1:28'42.8 Average heart rate 148 bpm, 13.36 km.
    run from home to the Virginia Water lake, around the lake and then back home - this is the longest run I have ever done!! this is my longest run ever (to date)!! this is my longest run ever (to date)!!

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