I do doubles on Monday and Thursday, take Wednesday off or do easy cardio, do doubles on Thursday and Friday, and the weekend I just get outside and get active - jog or bike ride, or play tennis with my mom.
A perfect day for me would just be a day that goes the way I plan.
I was lucky enough that my parents knew about World Cup skiing, so since I was really little, we were watching World Cup winning runs.
Out on the hill under the helmet, nobody sees your face or hair, but then you take it off, and they do - that's the part I'm nervous about.
When I was 3 years old, I thought I was very good at skiing.
Whether it's learning to hit a backhand in tennis, learning high school chemistry, or getting better at ski racing, I really believe with hard work and analytic preparation, you can skip a few steps and find the faster way.
Drama holds you back.
Dream big, but don't be upset if it doesn't happen.
I like it when hard work pays off.
I remember skiing being a family recreational thing.
I think it's good to stimulate your mind.
I've always wanted to do things as fast as possible.
If I hadn't come East as a kid, I might still be a World Cup racer today, but I wouldn't be the same World Cup racer.
In the end, I want to be an inspiration to somebody.
It rained a lot in New Hampshire, and when I skied, the snow was icy and hard, and the mountains were small.
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