Finnish YouTuber walks 10km backwards through Kanne

Finnish YouTuber walks 10km backwards through Kanne

A video goes viral showing how a Finnish YouTuber walks 10km backwards through Cannes, Limburg. How does a Finnish YouTuber end up in Kanne and more importantly… what’s so cool about walking backwards?

We’ll tell you right away: there’s nothing fun about walking backwards. At least that’s my opinion John Tilly After completing his “reverse” career in February complaint to a successful conclusion. “I was in so much pain that I could barely walk the next week,” we read at the end of the 24-year-old’s Finnish YouTube video, which has now been viewed more than 13,000 times.

But why on earth is he starting to walk backwards? He explains this in an interview with Importance of Limburg. “I like to challenge myself and yes, walking backwards is a challenge,” said Tilly, who works with his YouTube channel. The road is not lazy She has 111,000 subscribers and hopes – by continuing to make videos with crazy challenges – to make her a sustainable source of income.

Tiili took 1 hour and 40 minutes on his “reverse walk” of 10 km through Kanne. In addition to the calf pain, he also had mild dizziness. He didn’t have a stiff neck from looking back. “my best friend Ottilie She turned behind me and checked that the path was clear. As a result, I didn’t have to turn my head much. She was also pictured on duty.”

And how does a Finnish YouTuber end up in Cannes? This has to do with Ottilie. “I just came from Finland to Holland he moved. I wanted to study abroad to gain experience. At first I went to United kingdomBut later I met a Dutch girl and decided to move in with her MaastrichtTilly explains.

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And not far from Maastricht – across the border – lies the beautiful Belgian city of Kanne, where it stretches along Albert Channel The ideal is a long walk back…

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