Paweł ChalacisPaweł Chalacis

The lazy time is finally over. Jokes aside, I wanted to have a calm week before the storm. I've been still going to the gym almost everyday, but haven’t done much swimming or running and on top of that I only got my bike back on Wednesday. But I finally know what I’m standing on in terms of Virgin Active London Triathlon and I've set up next four weeks of training.

Paweł ChalacisPaweł Chalacis

I've finished my 4 weeks long running program, not missing a single workout (hell yeah!). It seemed difficult at start, but I don’t even know when these last 4 week have passed. On the other hand, I broke my bike on Thursday and I still don’t have it. I hate public transportation, busy trains and waste of time just sitting and waiting for my station. But hopefully today I will be able to resume my home - work - home cycling.

Paweł ChalacisPaweł Chalacis

Those first months of any activity, when you feel stronger and stronger almost on hourly basis are most rewarding thing for beginners. What’s hard is to notice real progress week to week after that initial burst. You just go with your program, adding that small distance or extra weight, but it’s usually difficult to spot the difference. But today I’m truly powerful!

Paweł ChalacisPaweł Chalacis

I just cannot believe in all that tweets, posts and articles stating how shocking it was to find out that Lance Armstrong doped. The amount of hate and jokes (ok, few of them are actually funny :D) is just ridiculous and suddenly he is not a hero anymore. Either people are blind or they have really short memory. Anyway, my few thoughts about whole “doping scandal” and Oprah interview.