I just returned to Seattle for the holidays and was greeted by an unusual site in Seattle: a foot of fresh snow. Training in the snow is one of my favorites parts of the season. The air is always quite and cool and I feel very relaxed. But then again, walking around in ice and snow with shoes that have absolutely no traction can get tiresome quickly. My training has come together a lot in the past few weeks. The step back I took in November has been translating into continued progress recently. Coach B told me on Friday that my general strength and fitness level are both great right now, creating collateral improvements in my throw. Unfortunately, I cannot update you on my training distances since the winter weather in Kamloops and Seattle has kept me throwing inside against a wall (temperatures have consistently been hovering between 0º and -10º Fahrenheit). I’ll be posting some distances once the snow melts.
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