Pro Triathlete, Michigan
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10, with a long break for law school and starting my legal career.
This varies. My recovery weeks typically include 12-15hours of training and my large training block before an Ironman will top out around 25.
Mile repeats (running)
I constantly change things up, so often rely on Pandora or iTunes radio.
Probably becoming a licensed attorney in California. That bar exam is NO JOKE!
Running….which I’m hoping can serve as my after life once I’m done with triathlon.
Long trail run followed by coffee or brunch with friends.
It’s always the same: fruits, vegetables, lean protein and maybe some dark chocolate
Every kind of Clif product you can imagine, and a plethora of swim gear.
Train hard, and recover harder. I take both my training and recovery very seriously. The only way I can train and race at my potential is if I properly recover between sessions and races.