The alarm starts ringing so quickly and I’m still stunned on the bed. It´s so hard to wake up and I realize that´s I´ve been dreaming all night around. It´s like an automatic routine and first of all I do is measure my resting hear rate which is between 35 and 40 beats “Oh Yeah”.
The alarm sound´s and god today is so hard to wake up! My roommate Brad Ray tell´s me “Santi it´s fifteen to five so wake up”.
It´s fifteen pass five and I wake up, today my roommate is Edwin Figueroa from LA.
It´s five to six and I jump from bed, really that was not a deep sleep night but I feel euforic.
What a hell is that sound? I just wake up quick to turn off the alarm. I have sleep great and cannot believe that it´s six thirty.
When we are just one year from the start of Olympic Games (I detest Paralympic word) I want to follow with this section.
It´s seven and wake up I need to turn on batteries and although I hadn´t a great sleep, I went yesterday at ten to bed and “oh la la” 38 beats/minutes is my resting heart rate, not too bad because I arrived yesterday from Spain and I waited for too many hours in Philadelfia befote my flight to Toronto took off.
What´s that noise? I hang the phone and wake up altered and confuse.
What´s that sound? I wake up and see the clock, it´s six I´ve sleep for ten hours.
Just before drive to the airport I´m going to write some lines before begin my long trip to Australia.
I´ll speak today about all measures that a racer should take before a race, which is the main goal of the training program.
When I finish the season always meet with my coach “Gabi” to analyze if we have got the goals that we planned.