Emmi Peltonen is a Finnish figure skater. The daughter of a figure skating mother and an ice hockey pro father who played for the NHL’s Nashville Predators, the city where Emmi was born, she received her first pair of skates at the age of just two-years-old.
She began figure skating practice just a couple of years later, at the age of five, and has been on the fast-track to success ever since. She is the 2017 FBMA Trophy champion, the 2020 Nordic silver medalist, and a three-time Finnish national champion (2016, 2017, 2019). She has finished within the top ten at three European Championships. She stood first at Volvo Open Cup 2019.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar had a candid interview with Emmi Peltonen, three times Finnish figure skating Champion where she talks about her workout, diet, hair & skin care and her success story.
You are the 3X Finnish national champion. Walk us through your spectacular journey and share what appeals to you most about the sport?
I started skating when I was only two years old. I fell in love with the sport immediately. The speed, the jumping, how insanely difficult elements you can learn with your body and making it look easy. Expressing music and music, in general, has always been a big part of my life and in skating; you can really express the music, which for me feels amazing combined with difficult elements.
You made your Olympic debut at the Pyeongchang 2018 Games. From the experiences you’ve collected from there, how is your preparation for the next Olympics going?
I feel like now, I’ve seen and experienced everything but now I really want to start to succeed in the next Olympics and Europeans and worlds. I want to stay healthy, motivated and train every day really
Good towards that moment.
Introduce us to a day in your life.
I love waking up really early so 6.00 am every day.
I make breakfast and go for a small morning run or a walk with my dog. Then usually I have my first ice session at 8.00 am. After that, I come home to have a snack and I hit the gym.
Then I have a small break and I eat lunch and rest. About 1-2 pm-ish, I have my second ice session. After I rest for a couple of hours and I have my third session at 5 pm.
Last but not least after a day like this I like
To bike for a moment and stretch to be ready for tomorrow.
Then I have dinner and watch Netflix and I go to bed.
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