Now we are heading into the final and most intensive period of training before the season kicks off at the end of November. Looking back on the last couple years, which I have spent travelling back ond forth between trainingcamps and competitions almost constantly, has made me want to reduce the travelling this year. That decision was made so I can train with better quality over longer periods of time without all the interruptions and readjustments that come along with travelling.
Part of this plan included relocating to Einsiedeln in Switzerland before the season kicks off. So, as of 11th September I have been living in Einsiedeln and will stay here throughout the season. Training with the team on a daily basis makes the intensive pre-season period a lot more fun and I will have a better idea where I stand compared to my competitors.
The upcoming week we will be jumping in Oberstdorf before our national championships at the weekend. This will also be my first week jumping with the new suits, which will be interesting.
A couple of impressions from my first few weeks living in Einsiedeln:
Going on a “Bergtour” is great training during the summer.