Western logic does not apply.
Have you ever heard the song ‘Hey Ya’? At the time of writing this, it has been streamed over 276 million times on Spotify and viewed 302 million times on YouTube, so there’s a high chance that you might’ve encountered it in the last 14 years since its release (it’s been 14 years already?!). You might’ve danced to it at a party, sung along in … Continue reading The ‘Hey Ya’ effect
Some time ago I was told that I was going to meet a guy. ‘He’s even crazier than you’, told me my managing consultant, referring to the IRONMAN training regime, so I was looking forward to shaking this guy’s hand. Continue reading “How to beat a world record without giving up a busy day job”
Weymouth’s half-IRONMAN was a test – how much have I improved in the last three months since Staffordshire?
Continue reading “Does finishing of two half-IRONMANs make me a full one? IM 70.3 Weymouth”
Do you know that feeling when objectively you should be proud of your achievement, but are just moderately happy, knowing that you could’ve done better?
Continue reading “Monopoly on emotions – IM 70.3 Staffordshire”
I did it – last weekend, on Sunday the 23rd April, I became a triathlete. This is how it went down.
Continue reading “The First Tri – sprinting to become a true triathlete”
Did you know that Frankfurt am Main is one of the worst cities in Germany when it comes to theft?
Continue reading “Stay safe & vigilant at all times”
Three short alternative tips for first-timers and as reminders to seasoned runners.
Continue reading “3 things no one tells you before your (first) race”
Summary: leave your phone, disconnect from the Internet and reconnect with people.
Continue reading “The perks of no WiFi”
Happy New Year! (Will I burn in hell for saying this on the 24th January? Oh well). Long time no see, but I’m back at it. Let me bring you up to speed on what’s happened over the period between this post and the last one: 1. Christmas happened (seems like years ago). I spent them in Poland, visiting the family and resetting my brain. … Continue reading Back in the game