12 November 2008

I'm quiting...

I have lost the translation of these words of swim, bike and run. None of these words are my favourite day to day say… I mean I don’t have any gut to say it! It is not in my dictionary anymore… I’m afraid I won’t be able walk the talk. Actually, I’m away of this sport for many reasons … temporary perhaps. I have lost my adrenaline and unconsciously I had more fat in my belly… I’m gumuks!

I wish to join my Belacak team in Powerman recently but due to ‘nature calls’ I have to forget it! It is not in my essential task in my line of duty. So guess what! These are the words of my day to day life as an adult student…

Course of action
Implied task
Mahan, Sun Tzu
UN Conventions
Operational Order
Gulf of Eden
Research methodology
End state
Benign role
H hour
D day
Weekly Drive to KL

I’m just being transformed to get used to these jargon… no more tri suit, crank, pedal, supernova, heart rate and useless powerbar… so good bye triathlon for an unknown period… for the country of course.

Sign off…


ibankiih said...

hello Boss..& my fellow team members...
how was our team going on...i heard we moving progress and eunthauthistic most.. congratz!
Boss plz...don't quit...we know can breaking the tradition..we were on the track..to put our navy team amongs the favourites....
permission to yr blog to my blog sir...chears!

ibankiih said...

ops! corrections..permission to link yr blog to my blog...

santhirakumar said...

Boss.. i hope u'll reconsider quitting.The navy guys needs your leadership.Furthermove there are only a fragment of navy officers who are keen on this sport.You can lend your support from a distance but not quitting.And please cycle to keep you fit and release your tension.As for me.ever since i'm with the navy guys i'll give them my full support.