Archive for October, 2010

The Hour Goes Back

And the playing goes whack. It ended at 5:30pm today and we had just got there at 4:30pm. Didn’t do much, now the next week is going to be both hard and promising.

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Played Again, Won Again

In a day where I was less sleepy than yesterday but still sleepy, I got to meet a new friend as well as win a game against him and his cousin.

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First Official Speaker Show / No Game Again

Because of being too busy with different stuff and having to order a new washing machine, I didn’t go to play today either. Tomorrow is a most though. Tonight I had my first broadcasted English speaking session on the English Spoken Cafe channel.

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Too Rainy!!!

It was rainy to the point that you can decide that there would be no outdoor training for today.

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Rained, Sweated, BeatED

That was for today. Soaked and watered down, but had a good time and the trainings went well.

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Not Sleeping Is Bad, Sleeping Is Good

I feel like I’m going backwards in terms of intelligence as it’s been 3 days (better say 3 nights) that I have been missing a good nights sleep. No game for today either.

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Stop The Bad Form, NOW!

Let’s do it, huh. quickly.

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Amazingly Not Significant

It was a good game that we won by 12 goals margin, I scored 2 goals and assisted 4 others. But the personal performance wasn’t what I would have expected.

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Sweating In Cold

And it felt good… for now at least! We lost a game and tied in another game, but it was a thriller all the way!

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Getting Back On The Conditioning Exercises

Is hard, but I started the new exercise program today. It’s probably going to be very hard. Some other scenes of the new video project were also filmed, I will most likely film the finishing parts and release the video in a few days.

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