Solution: Change the approach. Eat to train, don’t train to eat. The right foods equal better energy, better training, fewer burpees, and more victorious races.
“That was the moment I decided this is where it’s at,” Cunningham says. “It takes a special breed to sacrifice every bit of your 100 percent for someone else’s 100 percent.”
…al questions and concerns. Thankfully, there are plenty of resources available to help you prepare, get you in the right mindset, and quell as much pre-race anxiety as possible.