I think it is time to say something about my "new" Mavic wheels.
Friday, 29 July 2011
Monday, 25 July 2011
Monday, 18 July 2011
Ok, the beginning of the job is done. I am over 4 exams, 3 super intensive school days and a hefty stock check. It means I didn't have an off day since last Monday and I am going to work true this week. 12 days in the row!
I have to take a bit easy my training for a couple of days, I slightly over pushed myself in the last couple of weeks. I had a lots of study and not enough sleep, but I still did my 9-12 hours weeks. Last week was the hardest, I managed to do around 8,5 hours in 5 days. It doesn't sound to much, but if you pair this amount of training ( over 70k run, 100k cycling and couple of heavy gym sessions) with daily average 4 hours sleep, stress and exams, you can have some idea about the impact. Yesterday I felt my hips wanna fell off. I skipped my planed afternoon run and gym session, and I had some "feet up" time instead. I have to learn, when should I draw the line. I made this mistake enough time during the last two seasons, and now time to learn and understand!
Sunday morning 5:15, Richmond park
W. Cromwell road...
Chill out Sunday afternoon, swordfish steak with corn and Belgian beers..
I have couple of exciting news ( one is very exciting, but I can't really speak about it at the moment...) , I passed all my 4 exams during the weekend. I spent 3 days on the Gym Instructor course in Chiswick. My final level 2 exam is in 4 weeks time. Wowww.. time to pull up the socks again! Bring it on, personal trainer life is waiting for me! :)
My next season plan is started to be round and I have more and more information, sponsorship, help... but the time isn't here yet to talk about it!
Ok, I am off to a run now, here is couple of photos from the last few days!
Monday, 11 July 2011
I received my new CompresSport gears! Thanks for CompresSport UK!
I cathed the moment with Hipstamatic
Got one of the greatest present! Pink cable ends! :) (cheers Martin!)
Picked up my 2012 racing rig! Oh yeh! (big thanks for Mr. Jago!)