no ice. Then muscle treatment and rest before a TV interview (with the Norwegian State Channel) – followed by a new training session (a test on the treadmill). Some more rest, then a strength training session. Right in the training session, I got company from the anti-drug staff at the Norwegian Sports Association. This happens about 4-5 times a year. So they followed me around until I had finished the session, and I had to take both a urine and a blood test. I am pretty much used to it, and the testers are nice. It is good that they test athletes, so I fully support that they come during practice hours. But that meant more waiting and an even longer day.
Then, late at night I was home…….today I trained easy and slept most of the day 🙂 Not used to stressful days like yesterday 🙂