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fabsi

Female, 38 years, Espoo, Finland
Cycling, Hiking/Trekking, Motorsports… (+2 more)

I am running whenever I have the chance, mostly to relax and clear my mind. I love playing futbol as well but I do not do it that often. I add some strength training here and there if I am in the mood.
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  • 10 Moves

    9:16 h

    24.92 km

    3609 kcal

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    • Running 1:08'07.7 Average heart rate 183 bpm, 10.18 km

      Here it goes my midnight run race. 10 km in 1h. 6 minutes, The fastest kilometer was 5'39 and an average of 6'42. My average heart rate for one hour 183 bpm, woow, I am glad i never saw it, all what it mattered was the chrono and i felt great all the time despite this. My personal maximum HR is about 196 bpm. I expected this time because I did not train properly, I jog and walk during my trainings basically, I could go faster but I do not pressure myself, I just enjoy being outside. Anyways I know what to do if I want a time below 1 hour next 10 km race..

      30.8.2014
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    • Running 0:18'50 Average heart rate 183 bpm, 3.00 km

      Our team Suunto Sisters participated in Helsinki City Triathlon. We came in 5th position out of 28 teams. I am very proud of our team performance and enjoyed the experience very much.. I did the last part (running), the route was a quite hilly 3 km. I started in the 5th position and ended that way, however I was left thinking my time could have been better.. But to be honest, not enough to put us through the 4th.. I felt great during the whole time and perhaps I restrained myself too much from going full speed.. I loved especially the very last meters were my team members joined me and we run together to the goal as fast as we could, very thrilling!.. Our team Suunto Sisters participated in Helsinki City Triathlon. We came in 5th position out of 28 teams. I am very proud of our team performance and enjoyed the experience very much.. I did the last part (running), the route was a quite hilly 3 km. I started in the 5th position and ended that way, however I was left thinking my time could have been better.. But to be honest, not enough to put us through the 4th.. I felt great during the whole time and perhaps I restrained myself too much from going full speed.. I loved especially the very last meters were my team members joined me and we run together to the goal as fast as we could, very thrilling!..

      4.9.2010
    • Sometime ago already, but this year.. Triathlon for fun..

      3.9.2010

      Suunto sisters team after the race..

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    • Running 0:12'03.9 Average heart rate 186 bpm, 2.33 km

      Very easy cooper test.. I felt I did not run as fast as I could (look at 3,5 TE) mainly because 100 m of the outdoor track had ice on it.. Well you can notice I am not a native Finn after all..

      23.10.2010
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    • Running 2:21'30.8 Average heart rate 176 bpm, 21.10 km

      I made it!.. it was hard at the end.. my heart rate was high, although I did not feel that, it was my legs who were quite tired.. I am not sure yet of my official time now.. this one could be one minute longer because i started the log before I crossed the start line!

      8.5.2010
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    • Motorsports 0:52'49.9 Average heart rate 131 bpm, 23.38 km

      Nervous. First time driving solo (commute to work, stopping to bring my son to kinder garden first). Driving really started at the first lap mark. First time driving solo to work. I took my son to kinder garden first, then drove to my office. Can you tell I was nervous? :), the heart rate peaks at the beginning can be explained by having started my log while I was still at home trying to get my son ready to go, but for sure I was nervous because it was my very first time, anyways this is the way to burn some calories while driving, it has not been like this on subsequent journeys. Read more about how it went from http://beginnerdriver.blogspot.fi/2012/11/i-should-know-better.html First time driving solo to work. I took my son to kinder garden first, then drove to my office. Can you tell I was nervous? :), the heart rate peaks at the beginning can be explained by having started my log while I was still at home trying to get my son ready to go, but for sure I was nervous because it was my very first time, anyways this is the way to burn some calories while driving, it has not been like this on subsequent journeys. Read more about how it went from http://beginnerdriver.blogspot.fi/2012/11/i-should-know-better.html

      12.11.2012
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