Mattew Souza (00:00):
Sometimes the, uh,
Sevan Matossian (00:01):
Oh yeah. Sweet. Bam. We’re live. That’s dope.
Mattew Souza (00:04):
Yeah. If the quality on the screen is a little fuzzy sometimes the vindicate one doesn’t work. But both of ’em should,
Sevan Matossian (00:10):
Should work. That one’s cool. ’cause it says c e o in it. Oh yeah. That one. I couldn’t. Oh, yeah. Uh, well done. Your QR code is scannable. Click done button. Huh? I couldn’t get the, um, I can’t get that. Can you guys get that? Indicate one in the lower right hand corner to work? I can’t get that one to work.
Mattew Souza (00:29):
Mm-hmm. Yeah. I got the same thing. You did the information. Well done. QR code scannable
Sevan Matossian (00:33):
Podcast apparel. It would be cool. Can you tell it to make the dots in the shape of something like, could you make that into a cocking balls or, I
Mattew Souza (00:43):
Was hoping to, and I couldn’t find anything
Sevan Matossian (00:46):
Or naked girl or something.
Mattew Souza (00:47):
I couldn’t find anything on camera that would allow me to do that. It’s got the little logo in the center, but not exactly what we’re looking for.
Sevan Matossian (00:54):
Hey, what is, um, um, oh shit. I fucked up rumble this morning. What’s cerebral palsy? Am I saying that right? Cerebral palsy. I used to take care of a guy who had cerebral palsy. I used to know all about that shit. I used to have to bathe this dude.
Mattew Souza (01:06):
I don’t know
Sevan Matossian (01:07):
What is that? Um, got it to speak. And I remember, uh, Haley made a CrossFit video on some chick who had cerebral palsy and had to wear a helmet everywhere. And then she started doing CrossFit and it gave her like the dexterity strength and balance to not need it. CP is the most common motor disability in children motors. Distinct, just operating your shit.
Mattew Souza (01:29):
Sevan Matossian (01:31):
Uh, cerebral palsy. It means having to do with the brain palsy means weakness or problems with the muscles. Uh, cecere, cere or I’m, I’m not even saying it right. Cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is caused by abnormal brain development or damage to the developing brain that affects a person’s ability to control his or her muscles. I really want to get, um, I want to, I want to get, uh, that chick on that, um, JR Howells
Mattew Souza (02:02):
Sevan Matossian (02:03):
Coaching. What was her name again? Nicole. I saw I wrote her name down here on my notes.
Mattew Souza (02:07):
Yeah. I can’t, I can’t remember. But it sounds like JR is going to, uh,
Sevan Matossian (02:11):
Get her number.
Mattew Souza (02:12):
Yeah. And get us in touch with her.
Sevan Matossian (02:14):
I know we have like four athletes a day every day until the games. But we should try to get her in. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (02:19):
Sevan Matossian (02:20):
Especially, especially if she’s gonna win. Definitely. Because we like winners. Um, wad. Zombie. Don’t let the logo block your gorgeous face, Susa. Fair enough. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (02:34):
Roger that. Oh, wait, he was talking to me. I thought he was talking about your gorgeous face.
Sevan Matossian (02:38):
Uh, wad. Zombie. I, uh, oh. I still didn’t open your text. I saw a text come in from you yesterday saying you were in town, but then I didn’t open it. You text me again and if you’re here, yeah. We should definitely hang out. What the fuck is that? I can’t tell if you come in by your name or I can’t find it. I’ve literally lost control of my text messages. Like, I’ve lost control of my, um, dms. How are you doing <laugh>? Your text must be worse than mine. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (03:11):
Yeah. I’m trying to, I’m trying to stay as much as I can.
Sevan Matossian (03:15):
There he is. Okay. Oh, so you’ve been here since yesterday? Yeah. We should get coffee or something. Oh, look, there he is. Ml.
Mattew Souza (03:27):
Sevan Matossian (03:28):
Uhoh. How would you pronounce that? Mikel or Michael
Mattew Souza (03:31):
Sevan Matossian (03:31):
Mattew Souza (03:32):
You like that
Sevan Matossian (03:33):
West Ky? Yeah. Hel ml. Ml. The sweet bread is ready. Come inside.
Mattew Souza (03:40):
Why is this device not connected? What’s happening here?
Sevan Matossian (03:44):
Uh, I am, uh, I’m bringing, uh, I’ll be shooting with a, I think a 20. I’ll bring a 20 and a 24 mil for the behind the scenes, like the interviews. I, uh, a 1.8 and oh one four, and I will bring a 70 to 200 for, um, b roll to, to capture B roll. I mean, I’ll shoot B-roll with a 24 wide establishing shit, but a 7,200, I’ll have two little cameras on me. What? My leather straps.
Mattew Souza (04:21):
What’s going on?
Sevan Matossian (04:23):
I think he’s having some issues. Let’s see. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (04:26):
Sevan Matossian (04:26):
Wrong. Uh, gimme two. Uh, you’re backstage only. Uh, oh. Oh,
Mattew Souza (04:34):
You sent that picture? Yeah. You seen the text?
Sevan Matossian (04:36):
Yeah. Um, we saw you for one minute, then you vanished. We have Jake Douglas on after this.
Mattew Souza (04:51):
Sevan Matossian (04:52):
Isn’t it weird that Who, who’s the lady we had on yesterday? Emily Deroy. Isn’t it weird that her connection in a hotel room in the United States of America is worse than Slosky sitting in a car in Poland?
Mattew Souza (05:08):
Yeah. It’s a, it’s a crap shoot. Right. <laugh> or like Abigail, who’s just in her house who’s done several podcasts and it didn’t seem to work.
Sevan Matossian (05:15):
Mattew Souza (05:16):
But Ron could be in his car in Poland.
Sevan Matossian (05:19):
<laugh>, crystal, crystal Clear Fork streaming four K. Hello? I’m bro. Slaw.
Mattew Souza (05:23):
Sevan Matossian (05:25):
I’m actually an undercover agent for the Polish Army. That’s why my, uh, internet is lightning quick.
Mattew Souza (05:35):
Yeah. Total toss up. I think a lot of these people are getting into Madison. Now.
Sevan Matossian (05:41):
When do I get to see you guys? Um, I land Monday. I, I seriously think this is what’s gonna happen to me. I’m gonna land Monday. I’m gonna go to Hiller’s house. He’s gonna talk me into doing a workout. Not gonna wanna do it, but I’m gonna do it anyway because he’s gonna like, gimme some pre-workout or something, some Wolverine. And then I’m gonna go over to Jr’s and house. I’ll be there by five or six, I think. I’ll work out with Taylor again. Then I’ll go to my hotel room and I’ll never come out unless it’s to, um, go for a walk. ’cause I’m like an old man. I’m, I’m a chronic walker. I have a walking problem. And then, um, I’ll only leave the house to work. And then that’s it. The, the hotel room. God, I hope I have a decent hotel room.
Mattew Souza (06:32):
You’re getting in with that much time on Monday. Two workouts.
Sevan Matossian (06:36):
I, I just, I, it just, I just kind of wanna check off the box. Hmm. You know what I mean? Go see Hiller’s house. Uh, make Taylor happy. Get a workout in with him. He’s like, he’s like in a frenzy that we’re gonna hang out. I just feel like I should check the box.
Mattew Souza (06:55):
Everybody’s excited to see you.
Sevan Matossian (06:57):
I think it’s things like that. I saw a comment on YouTube yesterday that said that I’m a world-class arrogant douche. And I was like, <laugh>. I, I, I was like sitting with it for a second.
Mattew Souza (07:09):
Sevan Matossian (07:11):
Dunno about the douche part. Could you be arrogant and cool?
Mattew Souza (07:17):
Alls I heard was world class.
Sevan Matossian (07:18):
Yeah. Well, thank you. You
Mattew Souza (07:20):
Sevan Matossian (07:20):
In the blank out. I’m thinking to myself, do you have to be a, if you’re, if you’re, could you just be, oh, he’s a arrogant, nice guy, or never. It’s just arrogant. And then douche is just ha it is just trails along. Like, it just that. Yep. That sucks.
Mattew Souza (07:36):
It doesn’t seem to go with something positive at the, at the back end of
Sevan Matossian (07:40):
That. I’ll tell you. Oh my God, he’s so generous in giving and thoughtful, arrogant, man. He’s like, just fuck. It’s so cool. Ah, there we go.
Mattew Souza (07:47):
There we go.
Sevan Matossian (07:48):
Boom. You can’t stop, Michael. You can’t stop him.
Michal Wesolowski (07:55):
Hi. Sorry for, for the troubles.
Sevan Matossian (07:59):
Ah, not a problem at all.
Michal Wesolowski (08:00):
Are you hearing me?
Sevan Matossian (08:02):
Uh, we are hearing you. Yeah.
Mattew Souza (08:04):
Sevan Matossian (08:08):
Hey. Ah, is it Mikhail or Michael?
Michal Wesolowski (08:12):
Yeah. You know, in Polish. In Polish. Michel. But I think that the easiest version is Michael, but on the during semifinals, uh, she said Michelle <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (08:28):
Ah, definitely not Michel. Michelle.
Michal Wesolowski (08:31):
Sevan Matossian (08:34):
Hey, so, so the C is silent in Poland? I would say hel hel,
Michal Wesolowski (08:39):
Yes. Hel miel. But Michael is okay, you know. Okay. It’s
Sevan Matossian (08:43):
The pen. I like mi for the,
Michal Wesolowski (08:44):
For the place on the world.
Sevan Matossian (08:47):
Okay. But I like Miel. And then hel, uh, uh, pronounce your last name.
Michal Wesolowski (08:52):
Uh, Ky you know, in Polish, Ky in English. I don’t know. <laugh>. Maybe. Maybe OVS is okay, because you, you don’t know a Polish word. Like we and the other words,
Sevan Matossian (09:06):
Um, uh, v slosky. So the w is pronounced with a v. Ky.
Michal Wesolowski (09:14):
Sevan Matossian (09:17):
Michal Wesolowski (09:19):
Sevan Matossian (09:22):
I feel like, um, you’re in a music video and that there’s a really beautiful woman right next to you. Um, part of your entourage. There she is there. She’s
Michal Wesolowski (09:33):
<laugh>. <laugh>. She’ll, she’ll help, help me. Sometimes the, for example, when I will not understand your question, or, uh, I will have problem with, uh, find an word. You know, we are either I’ll do it because, um, I can speak. She’s perfect. And listen, and sometimes <laugh>, she’s listening. I, I speak and we are perfect. Perfect. Together, you know, <laugh>,
Sevan Matossian (10:02):
That sounds like the perfect woman. One that listens. Good. I’m in trouble for that. <laugh>. I’m in big trouble for that. I’m in big trouble.
Michal Wesolowski (10:10):
She’s, yes, but she’s perfect in everything. Me, not
Sevan Matossian (10:14):
<laugh>. Hey, hel, how big is that baby? That baby looks huge. How big is that baby? Is that a giant baby?
Michal Wesolowski (10:21):
Yes. Yes. <laugh>. Yes. This is giant baby. He has five months, the most anabolic baby in the world. <laugh>. He has healthier on the, on the, uh, uh, on the, on the gym. It’s my second son. He has three and half. So I have two sons.
Sevan Matossian (10:41):
Michal Wesolowski (10:42):
Thank you very much. It’s my, it’s my, the biggest success now. CrossFit games in this year. <laugh>. Yeah. I have <inaudible>,
Sevan Matossian (10:51):
Uh, hel. Um, that is a nice thing to say. Your two sons are your biggest success. Uh, and that’s God, that, that, I like that, that warms my heart. It should be that way. And there’s nothing better than a healthy baby. Right? A healthy baby is like everything.
Michal Wesolowski (11:10):
Yes. Yes. It’s true. It’s true. But you don’t know about it. Uh, when you don’t have any, any choice, eh,
Sevan Matossian (11:18):
Right. Hey, when do you come to Madison? Uh, I think he froze. Hel I can’t hear you. You froze. Can you hear me?
Michal Wesolowski (11:40):
Sevan Matossian (11:43):
Hmm. We were doing good there for a second. I can see you. I can’t hear you. I
Michal Wesolowski (11:55):
Sevan Matossian (11:57):
Ah, better. When do you come to Madison
Michal Wesolowski (12:06):
<laugh>? When do you maybe, maybe problem is with the connect, but I, you know, uh, I can go inside to my gym and I have, uh, wifi there.
Sevan Matossian (12:27):
Do you wanna try that?
Michal Wesolowski (12:29):
I can try <inaudible>. Okay. Wait, give me a 15 seconds.
Sevan Matossian (12:38):
Okay. No problem. Matt Burns, uh, he’s from, uh, Poland. He’s in Poland. Oh, what a nice jam.
Michal Wesolowski (12:51):
<inaudible>. Okay. Now is the, the pre place in my dream look.
Sevan Matossian (12:59):
Oh yeah. Wow. Oh, pole dancing studio.
Michal Wesolowski (13:01):
Yes, exactly. Super. Okay. And now I have, um, now I have a wifi maybe for you. It’s better now.
Sevan Matossian (13:17):
Oh yeah. Thank you. Are you, are you, are you, are you sitting in the pole dancing class?
Michal Wesolowski (13:23):
Yes. Yes. Wow. My woman’s policy instructor
Sevan Matossian (13:29):
Who, who owns that gym? Do you own that gym or do you just train there?
Michal Wesolowski (13:34):
<laugh> <laugh>. Uh, we are together Owners. Yes, we’re together owners.
Sevan Matossian (13:44):
Oh, so you own it with the pole dancing lady?
Michal Wesolowski (13:47):
Sevan Matossian (13:49):
Michal Wesolowski (13:49):
Cool. She’s on the pole dance. I am on the, on the CrossFit gym.
Sevan Matossian (13:55):
In in what city in Poland are you in?
Michal Wesolowski (13:58):
You know, it’s good deal because we have, uh, the same entry to, to, to my gym and to the Poland studio <laugh>. Oh,
Sevan Matossian (14:07):
Do, do the, do the, uh, do the people mingle? Do they date
Michal Wesolowski (14:12):
<laugh> Mingle? One more time? Mingle. Can mingle. Do they
Sevan Matossian (14:19):
Do the CrossFit? Um, uh, people date the pole dancing people
Michal Wesolowski (14:24):
<laugh> sometimes. Yes. Yes. Because, uh, a lot of, um, a lot of, uh, women who, who train, uh, pole dance need a lot of strength, a lot of strong, a lot of mobility. Mm. And, uh, CrossFit is good for it.
Sevan Matossian (14:42):
What city are you in? Hel
Michal Wesolowski (14:45):
Sevan Matossian (14:46):
What, what part of Poland are you in? The East, the west. What part of Poland are you in? I’m
Michal Wesolowski (14:50):
Sorry. It’s the, is the East, you know, I have, I have 100 kilometers to Russia now. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (14:58):
Oh, no shit.
Michal Wesolowski (15:00):
Sevan Matossian (15:02):
Um, are you, are you sa is it safe there?
Michal Wesolowski (15:06):
Yes, it’s okay. It’s okay. You know, I have, uh, I have a small, small, uh, pretty city with a lot of Yes. Look, elk, elk, yes. And north. And is, I have a lot of legs, a lot of forests, you know, it’s a beautiful, yeah. Po Yes. But you have to wear, you have to enter, uh, elk. Elk, like e like, oh,
Sevan Matossian (15:36):
I see it. I see it, and then I see it. I see it,
Michal Wesolowski (15:41):
Sevan Matossian (15:41):
Okay. Wow. So you’re on the opposite side of the country from Bronislaw. Bronislaw is on the other side. Yes.
Michal Wesolowski (15:52):
No, no, no. I have 150 kilometers to his city.
Sevan Matossian (15:57):
Oh, that’s it. He’s,
Michal Wesolowski (15:58):
He’s from Ton, you know, Olston is in the same state in Poland.
Sevan Matossian (16:03):
Michal Wesolowski (16:03):
I have, I have less than two hours before him.
Sevan Matossian (16:08):
Um, uh, hel how, how did, uh, how did your paths cross with, um, CrossFit? What, what, what is the, how did, what brought you to CrossFit or CrossFit into your
Michal Wesolowski (16:21):
Life’s? Interesting. Um, it’s a hard question. <laugh>, maybe, you know, maybe I, I, uh, just shortcut find us. I searched, um, I searched a type type of sport who give me, uh, a lot of, you know, a lot of, um, a lot of disciplines like running, like swimming, like light lifting. And the first time I saw CrossFit in 2013, but it, uh, you know, like, probably everybody, it was, uh, CrossFit, uh, in, in u Ss a, uh, probably running and the rest of the athletes. And I saw, wow, it’s a d different sport like I saw before. So maybe I will try it. Why not? I, you know, I, uh, I was fascinated, uh, in a mix of, for example, gymnastic, for example, uh, weightlifting. I was very, um, I was very impressive in muscle apps. And I, and I said to me, I will do it. I will do it, and I will be on the games in the future. <laugh>,
Sevan Matossian (17:46):
From, from the beginning, that was your goal
Michal Wesolowski (17:50):
From the beginning? Oh, it’s <laugh>. My goal was first goal. I, I would like to do Muscle up next. I would like to go on the hands and work. I will, I would like to make a 100 in Snatch. And the, and the goal next to, next, next to
Sevan Matossian (18:12):
What the games.
Michal Wesolowski (18:12):
I, you know. Yeah. It’s, it’s, it’s, it’s joke. I, I, you know, I didn’t, uh, say before I will be on the games. It was, it was the biggest dream on the start. I, I know that CrossFit is my, is my way, it’s my way to my, in my life. But the, the biggest goal, I think that, uh, I saw him daring my way, you know, because I didn’t have before a goal. Only CrossFit games. It’s fun
Sevan Matossian (18:47):
Michal Wesolowski (18:49):
Sevan Matossian (18:52):
So, so that’s interesting. So family and, uh, CrossFit, you’re saying those, those two goals have come together, but family is your biggest goal, is that what you’re saying?
Michal Wesolowski (19:00):
Mm, yes. I think it’s very important for me, for the start, you know, uh, support from my Isabella from a friend, and everything was right. We have, we have Red alert. Yes.
Sevan Matossian (19:24):
Hel um, where, where did when you started CrossFit,
Michal Wesolowski (19:26):
My right. Give gimme five seconds. Okay. Okay.
Sevan Matossian (19:31):
Uh, when you started CrossFit, where were you doing it?
Michal Wesolowski (19:35):
Uh, when I started CrossFit. Could you repeat? Could you repeat last word?
Sevan Matossian (19:46):
Um, where were you doing it when you started CrossFit? Where did you, where did you train? Did you train at a CrossFit gym or at a regular gym?
Michal Wesolowski (19:54):
Ah, sorry. Yes. I, I, you know, I am, I am very lucky, man, because I had my gym. I started to like a trainer, personal trainer, and I had a gym with my, with my friend. And I had, uh, bars, I had, uh, kettlebells. I had, uh, dumbbells. And I had possibly, possibly store possibly to possibility, uh, train in my gym. So I started in my gym. We don’t have any, any other gym cell, um, like me, like mine in, uh, in my city because, uh, other gyms are only for barbells. For kettlebells and typical, uh, gyms, uh, like, uh, you know, uh, but the building only my dream in my city is, uh, is typical for CrossFit and only only me, Casper and other people from my gym train CrossFit in my city. So I started in my gym.
Sevan Matossian (20:54):
So you owned a gym before you owned a gym, before you started CrossFit, you were the owner of a gym?
Michal Wesolowski (21:01):
Yes. I have my gym for 2016. You know, uh, I had, you know, uh, white. Give me one second. I had, uh, white, white. It was, uh, I find a word. Uh, you know, I had a company with my friend
Sevan Matossian (21:24):
Michal Wesolowski (21:25):
<affirmative>. We have gym together. Okay. So, so I had a possibility to, possibility to, uh, train in my private gym. I am lucky.
Sevan Matossian (21:37):
Um, how, how old are you?
Michal Wesolowski (21:40):
Sevan Matossian (21:40):
Michal Wesolowski (21:41):
Old are you? I am 30 now.
Sevan Matossian (21:43):
Okay. So you had your own gym when you were 20, 22 years old.
Michal Wesolowski (21:47):
I am 30 years.
Sevan Matossian (21:58):
Got hit by incoming nuke. Listen you guys in the comments. Everyone chill. I’m chill. This is fine. Everyone be cool? Everything’s good. I’m comfortable. I haven’t gotten all uncomfortable and weird yet. Let’s chill. I, but we did lose him, right? He’s frozen Solid. I, but when I, I can see su Oh, okay. Oh, we got the spin. Yeah. Perfect. This is
Michal Wesolowski (22:30):
Excellent. Okay. I, I’ll show my, my second son.
Sevan Matossian (22:33):
Oh, good. Yeah. I love a second son. There he is.
Michal Wesolowski (22:37):
Sevan Matossian (22:39):
Yeah. What’s up, boy?
Michal Wesolowski (22:41):
He’s, uh, he’s all the time on the podium with me. You know, he has only medal on his neck.
Sevan Matossian (22:50):
You’re, you’re a proud dad. I love it.
Michal Wesolowski (22:53):
<laugh>. Yes. And you know, now I have my, I have my, uh, te tesha te brick, and I have, uh, pocket small nappies. Ah, and I have on my, on my back. I will show you later. Eat train family first. <laugh>. Ah,
Sevan Matossian (23:13):
Hey, when do you come to the states?
Michal Wesolowski (23:16):
I will go, uh, in this Wednesday.
Sevan Matossian (23:21):
Okay, so that’s soon. That’s, uh, today’s money. So in two days you’ll come.
Michal Wesolowski (23:25):
Yes, exactly. I will have at, at 2:00 PM probably flight 2:00 PM Yes. 2:00 PM 25. So it’s okay.
Sevan Matossian (23:36):
Will you come with the whole family?
Michal Wesolowski (23:39):
No, I will not go with my family. It was, it was hard decision, you know. Uh, less than one month ago, we were in Malta and there were, uh, similar, like in medicine, for example, uh, 35 degrees and a lot of sun and really hard temperature. So, uh, for example, my, my, uh, son has, uh, he, sorry, had problem with, uh, with his temperature, his fiber, and my, uh, uh, and my wife said I wouldn’t like to go to the medicine because there is, uh, hotter, hotter than in Malta. And, uh, I wouldn’t like to have a problem, for example, like, I need a doctor. I need to go to the hospital because he needs help. And finally she said, I will go in next year. <laugh>
Sevan Matossian (24:39):
Michal Wesolowski (24:40):
With you. So I, now I have a big challenge because I can’t do last games now, you know? I I, I, I have to be next year, guys. It’s, it’s, sure.
Sevan Matossian (24:52):
Uh, um, are you getting, are you the fittest you’ve ever been in your whole life?
Michal Wesolowski (24:57):
Uh, could you repeat? Are you the, are
Sevan Matossian (25:01):
You the fittest you’ve ever been your entire life? Is this the fittest hel ever
Michal Wesolowski (25:11):
Fittest? Sorry, I, I,
Sevan Matossian (25:12):
Uh, fittest translate. Are you, are you the strongest? Yeah. Are you the strongest you’ve ever done? Fittest.
Michal Wesolowski (25:19):
Okay. Fittest, yes. Fittest.
Sevan Matossian (25:21):
Yeah. That one. Okay.
Michal Wesolowski (25:23):
Yes. Now, yes. I, I am now, like you said, I, I have the best time in my life. I feel that now I have the best performance that maybe not strong, because a strong is not, uh, it, it, it’s not everything. But I think my performance now is the best. And for, for me, the most important is now my experience and my, and my, um, uh, my, you, you know, it’s, uh, clever in CrossFit. Uh, it’s, uh, for example, make a good decision on the arena. It’s a strategy. So now I feel like the best athlete in myself in my life. <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (26:09):
Yeah. Good. Hey, um, I wanna talk to you about the dark place. Okay. The, the place where, where it hurts really bad. There’s a video of you, uh, after a workout. I don’t know if you can see this. Oh. But it’s so bad you can’t even take your vest off. Um, oh my
Michal Wesolowski (26:30):
God. It was terrible. You know, uh, I can, I can tell you about my, about my, the worst experience in my life in work, you know, you know, uh, one time I ran 10 kilometers in 40 minutes, you know, it was, uh, it was my, the worst experience in, in sport, in, in my life, because I, I had, uh, you know, I, I work with, uh, my watch and I work with my, um, you know, I don’t know this word, but heart rate, uh, for health count rate. Yes, exactly. And I had, uh, 37 minutes in red zone during this run, after this run, I, I, I, uh, felt like I had problem with stay in my legs for 15 minutes. So it was very similar, like on the video. But on the video, I, I wake, I woke up at for five minutes and everything was okay, <laugh>.
Sevan Matossian (27:50):
And, and did, did you throw up?
Michal Wesolowski (27:54):
Sevan Matossian (27:54):
You throw up? Did you vomit?
Michal Wesolowski (27:56):
No, no, no. Never. You know, never in cross it. One time I had a very, very close situation, but finally, no, I had, sometimes I had problem with my stomach, but I, uh, I will go to the, uh, to the toilet and I don’t have problem with show up.
Sevan Matossian (28:19):
Yeah. Crazy. How about, did you ever pee your pants?
Michal Wesolowski (28:23):
Sevan Matossian (28:24):
Did you ever pee your pants?
Michal Wesolowski (28:27):
Mm. You know, yes. One time, but, uh, a little bit. Only really little bit. You know, it was on the video, uh, you, you saw it on the, on the, the fitness manager <inaudible>. And I had a brown, uh, brown shirts. Yeah. And it was during second rope climbs in second in second sets. Yeah. Uh, during, go down, I keep the rope in my body, and I had only two steps. And totally, I didn’t have power, you know, it was terrible because I, I, I know that, uh, when I, when I, when I, uh, leave a rope, I will lost more than one minute, and I will, I will not go, uh, on the finish line in time trap. So I had, uh, only one shot, <laugh>, and, uh, and, uh, I had only two moves. I, you know, I did a big tension in my stomach. I did a big tension in my legs and probably in everything in my, in my neck, in my, in my, uh, uh, <laugh> ears and in my eyes. And I keep my 100% my body, and I feel after workout, uh, that I, I did it, but not, not too much, you know? Yeah. It was very, it was very, very, very.
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