We got the awesome opportunity a couple weeks back to connect and interview Professional Freestyle Motocross rider Nate Adams and dive into a 9 question interview. If you are not aware of who Nate is... Well let's just say he currently holds 20 XGames medals and can pretty much do anything on a dirtbike. He is a solid family man and dedicated to keeping his health and wellness in check. We hope you enjoy this super special interview!
To get a little more background on Nate and who he is watch this short video:
3. How important is your nutrition as being a professional freestyle motocross rider? Do you have any tips for someone looking to start a fitness routine?
4. As a professional Motocross rider were sure you are traveling a lot. Do you have any tips or advice for others who travel alot and want to keep healthy and active while on the road?
5. What is your life motto?
I believe if you work hard AND smart, the hard work will pay off. Smart is the key word. Just hard work doesn't always pay off in my experience...Like I mentioned before about getting to a 'certain level' in any discipline, at the top of any sport EVERYONE is good! Haha. It's about being good at what you do, knowing what works best for you in particular and applying that to your training and practice. This has been a constantly changing routine for through the years. What worked for me when I was 22 doesn't necessarily work for me at 33. Adapt, improvise and overcome.
6. Do you have a favorite go-to healthy snack?
7. What's a day in the life of Nate Adams look like?
8. Are you a goal setter? If so, has it helped you in your career or in any other areas of your life and do you find it important to have goals?
Hahaha, I was going to say moto hahahah. I do love to run, but it has gotten harder as I've gotten older. I've slowed down my pace and focused on form and it has enabled me to keep hitting the trail.
10. If today was your last day and all of your accomplishments were forgotten and you only got to leave three truths about life written down on a piece of paper what would those three truths be?