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Male, 53 years, Sipoo, Finland
Cycling, Floorball, Indoor cycling… (+5 more)

Sports regularly since the Year 2000: cycling, jogging, Nordic walking, gym and stuff. No great results but some pain every now and then; pain is rewarding. Whatever activity, it has to be fun and funny - if not feeling funny, looking funny. The best way to watch sports is close to the action, when participating. For me it usually means watching backs. (I did not even mention bottoms here since I feel absolutely no symptoms of the 50 Years' Craze.)

  • 20 Moves

    32:19 h

    749.7 km

    10533 kcal

  • Greatest Moves

    • Cycling 4:58'09.4 Average heart rate 141 bpm, 140.5 km

      Tour de Helsinki

    • Running 2:14'40 Average heart rate 158 bpm, 21.27 km

      Levin Ruskamaraton, puolikas, RUK 175, PionK, 30-vuotistapaaminen, Kaitsu ja Pekka hoitivat tuulenhalkaisun

    • Cycling 3:03'50 Average heart rate 147 bpm, 99.97 km

      Vuelta Vantaa with Tommi and Kaitsu, I was the last to arrive of our team, all still in about 1 min frame, nice race

    • Cycling 3:47'35 Average heart rate 149 bpm, 111.0 km

      Giro d'Espoo, worse than last year, pretty okay though, but Sony E was not, could hang along only for a couple of minutes.

    • Cycling 12:29'00, 300.0 km

      Vätternrundan, performing time 11.15 h, total 12.29 h; last year 10.30 h, total 11.00 h, training 50 % less than last year, plenty of potential (I hope) to improve during this summer:) Ave speed performing time 26,7 km/h, last year 29,1 km/h

    • Cycling 4:39'10 Average heart rate 135 bpm, 140.0 km

      Tour de Helsinki. Ave HR may not be quite right, according to my watch it was 93, which is even further from the real figure. Tommi you are the man, 4:08! But next year...:)

    • Running 4:55'00 Average heart rate 148 bpm, 42.20 km

      Helsinki City Marathon, the goal was to do under 4:47. Could not make it. Should I kill myself now? No, of course not. And if I change my mind, definitely not by running :)

    • Running 2:01'20 Average heart rate 162 bpm, 21.10 km

      Turku, Paavo Nurmi 1/2-marathon, 10 km 56 min, total 2.01,20

    • Cycling 11:00'00 Average heart rate 136 bpm, 300.0 km

      Vätternrundan, start time at 23:58 on Friday like last year. The night was okay (about 13 degrees). It was raining only about half the way (between 110-250 km), time 11 h including stops, it was 5 h 40 min better than last year, especially thanks to Jukka the personal trainer and the fellow cyclists, Olav (10:46) and Tommi (10:56). I could only use one gear during the last 70 km, but it was a good one so it did not affect the time. It was a fun and sick event, Vattenrundan:)

    • Running 5:24'21 Average heart rate 144 bpm, 42.20 km

      Stockholm Marathon, very slow motion performance, this time it was even according to the speed plan. The weather was not exceptionally nice: hard wind, constant rain and summer degrees + 4 C.

    • Groups

    • RealtimeEvents!

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      Standart 2h Move Battle (note; can be done whenever you want to). Basics: RTE calculates individually calibrated Body Charge scores (TRIMP). The higher the momentary training zone is, the faster you will get scores. Everyone has same opportunity to win since the HR method is individually calibrated and even the gender noticed :-) Rules: You’ll need RTE application (iPhone, Windows, Android, Symbian) - Battles can be done whenever you want! - You can turn on the RTE application few mins earlier (“Start Tracking”) - Every sport is allowed - Remember to encourage others in live map chat - You can see each others’ scores in LIVE! Let the others know that you are participating and make sure that you have an official supervisor checking the Move and encouraging you during the Move! :-) Every Move definitely counts :-)

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