With the indoor season over for me and my training group, I think it is the right time to share with you all my new training family. Now we are just laying low before the intense outdoor training begin again
Moving to Munich comes with finding the right training group and coach, which I am glad to say I have found it.
Training with a new group is challenging on its own less alone when you really don't speak the language and you are also adjusting to a new home.
I have been more than blessed these few months to get to know them all and be motivated everyday by their hard work and dedication.
Each one of them is a star on its own league, so for me it was like " What the heck am I doing here" training with one Olympian, the German 800 metre youth star and European champion can do that to you, but they are all so humbled and welcoming.
I have being challenged to work harder than ever, to work on my techniques, have I told you German are technique geniuses or freaks if you like.
Working with two coaches who are also the best at what they do, which is make us the best we could be.
I love the jokes, the english courses, the german classes, the car talks, the fashion talk, my German culture immersion and can't wait to learn more and even speak fluently German without requiring Fab to translate for me.
Here are some pictures of us training before the indoor races and some after races crazy snaps.
If you follow me on Instagram, you already know about our nightlife and achievements.
So happy Monday from the crazy German champions of 2014 indoors in 800 metres.
Outfit post coming up on Wednesday.
Who watched the Oscars? I am loving that Lupita won and that Prada dress is opulent and totally Oscar appropriate.
What do you all think?
Thank you for reading