Running - definitely! Additionally I train athletics and mobility at least twice a week and if there is any more time I love swimming.
Until three years ago I hated running. Now I get frustrated when I‘m pausing one day.
Most embarrassing sport moment:
I love the figures and facts after a run. First thing after each run is a check of all analytics in Polar Flow and what I absolutely cannot stand are odd kilometers. Therefore, I sometimes do some rounds around our house, what seems to be very funny for our neighbours...
Proudest sport moment:
There isn't any one big moment. Running is a Great Gift and I am happy to be able to enjoy each run.
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