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Managment consultant. Focus on yoga, swimming (beginner, TI) and general training.

Training background:

  • Childhood: playground soccer, ice hockey, cross country skiing, swimming
  • 1973-1986 Basketball. Played in the Swedish junior national team and in the Swedish level 1 series (Brahe, IFK Linköping). Coached kids team, camp leader.
  • 1986-2000. Tried various martial arts, fencing, weightlifting, played in lower divisions of basketball. Constant problems with knees and back.
  • 2000-2007. Sporadic training due to becoming the father of twins, weightlifting, running, was only consistent with two years of Jodo. BMI peaked at 27 in 2002
  • 2007- . Mix of "everyday active" (bike to work, take the stairs instead of elevator,...), yoga, weightlifting (squats, deadlift, military press), functional training (e.g. MAQ, burpees) and swimming. Feels great.

Mar
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reviewed Close How to combine food sensibly?
Mar
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reviewed Close Which foods increase the insulin production in body ?
Mar
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answered Long overtraining - What is the solution and how much time is needed to recover?
Mar
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revised hiit wiki description
added definition from Wikipedia.
Mar
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comment What is the minimum effective dose of running that constitutes HIIT?
Check out the questions tagged "hiit", see fitness.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/hiit A popular for of "time minimalistic" hiit is tabata
Mar
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suggested suggested edit on hiit tag wiki
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suggested suggested edit on hiit tag wiki excerpt
Mar
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revised What is the minimum effective dose of running that constitutes HIIT?
added tag
Mar
26
comment What is the best way to improve speed with the Total Immersion stroke?
Perhaps this question can help you, fitness.stackexchange.com/q/7944/3778
Mar
25
answered Proper sleeping time after tough workouts?
Mar
25
comment Program to gain both muscle and endurance
Maybe your goals are a bit conflicting. Increasing your BMI from 20 to 23 is challenging. For example, if your height is 180 cm, the a BMI of 20 means that your current weight is about 65 kg. In order to increase the BMI, your new weight will have to be about 75 kg. Gaining that much in muscle while training/competing in endurance sports sounds difficult.
Mar
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comment Is there a benefit to weightlifting without pushing yourself?
Perhaps this answer to another question would help? fitness.stackexchange.com/a/10210/3778
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reviewed Close What are some scientific and education fitness magazines?
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reviewed Close How to hydrate / get hydrated / avoid dehydration?
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reviewed Reviewed How to hydrate / get hydrated / avoid dehydration?
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reviewed Close What is courtesy in a gym?
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reviewed Close Aerobic exercise: Any updates or comments to the Cooper method?
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reviewed Close Which diet helps you best during marathon preparations?
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reviewed Close I want to know the exact formula to calculate metabolic age
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reviewed Leave Open How can I analyze my running gait?