I giorni successivi, sempre attraverso i social, vediamo l’incontro con i fan fuori dall’hotel e altri contenuti video in cui lui si trova al maneggio che prende confidenza con alcuni cavalli per creare una speciale sintonia, uno di questi si chiama Pedro.
Infine, viene pubblicato un altro post in cui si vede Can durante un allenamento con le spade.
To clarify real quick: It’s not true that I’m sad or I hurt my leg, and this and that, or bla bla bla. Professionally, it has been a particular period of my life that requires utmost focus, self-discipline and sacrifice. Accordingly, I tend to live up to it trying to avoid distractions as much as I can. It’s something whole another level and it’s coming along perfectly. Hopefully, I am going to make proud anyone who has loved me and trusted me..
Torno a fare quello che faccio e amo fare…
Per chiarire velocemente: non è vero che sono triste o mi faccio male alla gamba, e questo e quello, o bla bla bla. Professionalmente, è stato un periodo particolare della mia vita che richiede massima concentrazione, autodisciplina e sacrificio. Di conseguenza, tendo a esserne all’altezza cercando di evitare distrazioni il più possibile. È qualcosa di tutto un altro livello e sta venendo benissimo. Spero di rendere orgoglioso chiunque mi abbia amato e si sia fidato di me..
One of a million practices since we started off… I’ll be missing them for a while after this month.. Inch by inch it’s coming along to an end and it’s gratifying to see it through. There’s still a lot of work to do though 🤺✨
The emptiness is real. But you will love this as we did 🤍
Posted • @slavkosobin I love these people and a bunch of others who are not in the pictures but made one of the most wonderful crews EVER. This is gonna be the “I had a fuckin time of my life back then” memory when we are grey and old or as @hailtheghost calls it “NOW”
Can Yaman in Ungheria. Hello Budapest! El Turco Coming Soon…
Posted • @canyaman I’m back to Italy after a challenging 7-month period of set life in Hungary. It took a great deal of hard-work, dedication to the fullest extent and hundred percent commitment as it has been the role of my life. The outcome overall is gratifying already…
I’m still recovering from a couple of slight injuries and piled-up fatigue over the course. I’ve been stressed out in a lot of ways, and ultimately by the terrible catastrophe that occurred in Türkiye. I’ve done my best to provide some relief for myself and for others in need.
I and my team had already come up with this idea of charity work for the time I was supposed to be done with my journey in Budapest. Now it’s time we put this project into effect. It’s called “Break the Wall Tour”. It’s meant to embrace teenagers suffering psychologically and a part of the donations are always to be transferred to the victims of earthquake.
These photos, taken in Hallstatt, are from the last and only weekend I was actually able to rest my head and find some peace with some precious people before flying back to Rome…