19 Jun '12, 6pm
Pre-@WSER100 interviews with Mike Wolfe, Nick Clark, and Jez Bragg. #WS100
Honestly, ditching the legal career back in late April hasn’t entirely caught up to me yet. What I mean is that I was insanely busy in late April/early May finishing up work, packing/moving back to Missoula, then blasting off to Spain for Transvulcania/Zegama. Since returning, I have had a few weeks to focus on my last bit of training, which has been very nice. But, I feel like the bulk of training for a race like this comes in the months leading up, not necessarily the last few weeks, so quitting my job really hasn’t affected how I’ve trained for WS this year. I did get in a really solid block of training since returning from Spain, so that is great. If anything, less stress and more sleep is how I’ve benefited from not working the past few weeks. The one thing I seriously lack is heat training… been cold and snowing in MT!