Training continues and first world cup race is getting closer
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Our snow training continues very intensively. In November, I have been offended for many days in the past 2 weeks, spending 10 days on Pitztal. The first block consisted of 5 days of training in the skicross track, no weather in the weather, and some days we did not reach the track because of the strong wind. For two days we went to the Ramsau coach and returned to Pitztal. The weather was perfect for the next 5 days, even one day we used to test the skis. I tell you, try to ski up on the glacier there is no jar, we've pulled up 20 pairs of skis, so we're tired.
At Pitztal we have 2 different starting sections, so training is great. Coaches already changed one start so training is not the same. That's exactly what I need because I still consider starting to be my biggest weakness.
After the second block, I went home for 3 days, where I needed to regenerate. We were driving large volumes on the track and I was tired. The track has a minute and 3300 m.n. it's a macaque. In one ride is 24 waves - they take the most of the force, because they have to be the most. Now I'm back to Pitztal, where we have a 4-day training plan. Then we move to Ramsau where we should start.
This year we miss the first race at Pitztal after last year's experience when we took 3 runs on the track and the starting fee was 160 EUR. We will be more committed to training and the first light in Val Thorens in early December. Today we experienced the first winter day, the air temperature was -19 degrees and the sensing temperature -25. I honestly say it was cold, but fortunately I had my heated socks LENZ :) First cold day, however, is always the worst ...