1. Make things relate to something you’re comfortable with. Break the course into sections, like a relay race. 2. Keep up your fluids, including electrolytes. 3. Practice makes perfect. Steve said he had never done anything in a race that he hadn’t done in training. 4. Work hard. “You get in the race what you deserve”.
“The distances got longer but everyone else slowed down... my peers at the time were way back,” he said.
Although he is now past his peak, Moneghetti also said the training he had taken part in during his career stayed with him to this day.
“You don’t lose the training you’ve done,” he said.
“I might be in the penthouse (fitness level), then if I get an injury setback I’ll only be back to the 35th floor because I can call on all that training I’ve done previously.”