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Thousand sit-ups a day! Matti Nykäsellä was ferocious fitness program end of his life – a statement by Timo jutila for the legendary words: that's it I
Matti Nykänen have condition to take good care in the last year of his.Video review of Matti Nykänen's career peak moments.

Skier Matti Nykänen was known as an honest and good to follow as a man, which was a good situation comedy. Nykänen friend, musician Jussi Niemi Lions Timo Jutila asked the hill to the eagle in 1984, Sarajevo olympic games with this jumping secret.

– Matti said that it's different. There is 20-30 guys, who jump. The first is calculated, then push and lean it this way, the Headland rises to demonstrate standing.

– Then when you realize that both sides have havutus, know they're place. For a little while when more lean, to know the medal was close. After that, still need to wait a while, to lean, to take a calm landing and raise your arms up! You know, no one went over, the Cape report.

Sporting career after Nykänen have condition worry.

– Matti was working out all the time. He himself said he was doing every day ten times a hundred the stomach, i.e. a total of one thousand! It's not the business may not be big, but the kind that activate the abdominal muscles, a Cape tell.

we had a back room in before the gig rowing races and one-foot pushing. Matti won the they always. He kept his body well taken care of.

Matti Nykänen supposed to physical condition concern. AOP
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