You are a 4 time X-Games medalist. Looking back how does it feel to attain such great heights?
X-Games is an amazing event and comparable to the Olympics for our sport so to be able to get a medal is a huge accomplishment. The way I look at my career is that everything I accomplish now is one less regret when I’m retired and something to be proud of. On my bad days of riding or training I’m able to look at those medals and know that one bad day won’t make or break you and just keep working hard for what I want.
How do you like to kick start your day? What does your first meal of the day comprise of?
I normally start my day off with 30 min on a spin bike to get my body warmed up. After so many broken bones its tough to get moving in mornings. Haha. Hop off the bike and drink 16 – 24 ounces of celery juice. Then I normally have a few slices of avocado toast and some turkey sausage. Load up my dirt bike and have some fruit on my way to go ride.
Before starting off as a professional motor racing racer, what are the key points a beginner needs to keep in mind? 5 key essentials to stay focussed and committed.
When you’re starting off its important to learn the basics. Throttle, brakes, shifting, clutch, and body positioning. Its tedious work off the start but if you can master the basics early it will set you up for success in the long run. If you skip on these steps it’s will limit you down the road.
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