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Male, 32 years
Aerobics, Alpine skiing, Circuit training… (+17 more)

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!Train hard! !Get stronger!

I´m tryin to mix all sports to get Multi-Fit. My main sport is Olympic Weightlifting (since 2012)

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    • Weight training 2:33'24 Average heart rate 108 bpm

      Kettlebell Workshop Swing, Turkish GetUp, Clean, Press

    • Weight training 0:25'32.6 Average heart rate 135 bpm

      Front Squat Tabata

    • Trekking 6:13'09.7 Average heart rate 106 bpm, 21.88 km

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