For a minimum of 4 months of the yr, Jamie calls the Lake Placid Olympic Training Center in New York house. Here’s how she sometimes spends her days “on campus.” FYI: It ain’t The Ritz!
7:30 A.M.: Rise and shine! Most of the 96 dorm rooms within the OTC, as they name it, are doubles, so Jamie lives with teammate Lauren Gibbs.
eight A.M.: Breakfast within the eating corridor. Like school days, solely higher. “So many hot-food options!”
9 A.M.: Sports-medicine appointment. There’s an on-site employees comprising chiropractors, bodily therapists, and athletic trainers.
10 A.M.—1 P.M.: Strength or dash coaching. In a 20,000-square-foot health club.
1:30 P.M.: Lunch. All meals are included in room and board, which is paid for resident athletes by their “national governing body”—for Jamie, the USA Bobsled and Skeleton Federation.
2:30 P.M.: Exercises. Rehabilitation, stability, or preventive ones.
three:30 P.M.: Meeting. With nutritionist, sport psychologist, or coach.
four:30 P.M.: Snack. Usually Chobani yogurt with granola, almonds, and a banana.
5 P.M.: Recovery session. Massage, cupping, foam rolling, and so forth.
6:30 P.M.: Dinner within the corridor. It’s open day-after-day, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
9:30 P.M.: Nightly protein shake. And perhaps some Grey’s Anatomy.
10:30 P.M.: Lights out. “I try to sleep nine hours every night.”
To study extra about Jamie, go to teamusa.org. The Winter Olympics will air stay, starting Feb eight.
This article initially appeared within the January/February 2018 concern of Women’s Health. For extra nice recommendation, decide up a replica of the difficulty on newsstands now!